ASSIGNMENT POSITIONThere is one (1) immediate Community Liaison-Bilingual (Spanish) position available, eight (8) hours per day, five (5) days per week, nine and one half (9.5) months per year.
Tentative work hours are 8:00 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m, including full benefits.
An eligibility list will be established to hire substitutes and fill future vacancies.FILINGApplications for this position will be accepted online only, Friday, September 7, 2018 through Friday, September 28, 2018 until 4:30 pm.For those without computer access, computer terminals are available at the Personnel Commission Office located at 1830 S Nogales Street, Rowland Heights, CA 91748.
Transcripts on Letterhead or Diploma if you have completed your AA/BA/MAYoumay upload your documents to your application, email them , fax them with a cover sheet to or hand deliver them to the Personnel Commission, Rowland USD,1830 SNogalesStreet, Rowland Heights, CA 91748.
Applications without supporting documents will be consideredincompleteand will bedisqualified.
Transcripts or diplomas from foreign countries must be certified to meet theUSequivalentLICENSE/LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS: A valid, Class C, California Driver's License and a good driving record is required and must be maintained during employment.
The ability to speak and read in the designated language is required for bilingual classes.
The ability to speak, read and write in the designated language is required for bilingual/biliterate classes.WORK ENVIRONMENT: Employees in this classification work both inside and outside, may be exposed to airborne pathogens and germs, drive a personal vehicle to conduct work, and have direct contact with students and the public.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Employees in this classification stand, walk, repetitively use fingers, use both hands simultaneously, stoop/bend, reach overhead, have rapid mental and/or muscular coordination, lift and carry up to 20 lbs.
or over 20 lbs.
with assistance, speak clearly, hear normal voice conversation, see small details and long distances, sit for extended periods of time, and operate a vehicle.
EXAMINATION The examination may consist of the following:Job Related Written ExaminationStructured InterviewLanguage Assessment (Spanish) SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION PROOF OF EDUCATION:If you received your education outside of the United States, you must have your degree/transcripts evaluated by a transcript evaluation service that certifies that your degree meets the United States equivalent for it to be considered.
For more information about organizations who offer this service, please access the following: ADVANCED SALARY STEP PLACEMENTNew employees are normally placed at Step A of the appropriate salary range for this classification.
If the hiring authority requests advanced salary step placement to the Personnel Director, the new employee's eligibility will be determined in accordance with Personnel Commission Rule and Regulation 17.2.1.
The Personnel Commission shall have final approval on any advanced salary step placement requests.
Contact the Personnel Commission office for further information if you are hired.
Advanced salary placement is only available to employees upon their initial hire.APPOINTMENTCandidates who pass all hurdles of the testing process will be placed on an eligibility list in rank order based on final scores including any veteran's / seniority credit.
The top three ranks of eligibles who are ready and willing to accept the position shall be referred to the hiring administrator for interview.
The eligibility list will be established for one (1) year.
All new employees are subject to passing a physical examination, tuberculosis test, background review and must provide satisfactory evidence of authorization to work in the United States.
Employment start date is contingent upon fingerprinting and criminal background clearance.In accordance with Education Code 45301, an employee appointed to this class must serve a probationary period of six (6) months or 130 working days of paid service, whichever is longer.
No employee shall attain permanent status in the classified service until s/he has completed a probationary period in a class.
An employee may be released at any time during the probationary period.PROCESSING FEE:New employees will be charged a processing fee (approximately $64) for the cost of fingerprinting.
This fee must be paid at the time of processing appointment, with a MONEY ORDER ONLY, payable to RUSD.VETERANS CREDITFor entry level classes, veterans with thirty (30) days or more of active service (during a time of war or national emergency) who obtain a passing score shall be allowed an additional credit of five (5) points and disabled veterans receive ten (10) additional points.
Entry-level positions are defined as all positions within the classified service when the eligible is first employed by the District, except for positions designated management or senior management.
Veterans must supply a copy of their Form DD214 along with their application in order to receive such credit.
Veterans credit can only be applied upon initial hire.
INITIAL SALARY STEP PLACEMENT:New employees are normally placed at Step A of the appropriate salary range for this classification.
If the hiring authority recommends advanced salary step placement to the Personnel Director, then the new employee's eligibility will be determined in accordance with Personnel Commission Rule and Regulation 17.2.1.
The Personnel Commission shall have final approval on any initial salary step placement recommendations.
Contact the Personnel Commission office for further information if you are hired.BENEFITS are earned by all regular full-time and part-time classified employees as listed below:Vacation: Employees with one to five years of service earn vacation at the rate of one (1) day for each month in paid status for amaximum of12 vacation days per year.
The number of vacation days earned progressively increases as provided in the RUSD-CSEA Agreement, Appendix A.
Part-time employees earn vacation benefits prorated on the average number of hours worked per day per month in their regular assignments.Holidays: Thirteen (13) paid holidays are earned each year and one (1) floating holiday per calendar year.
Sick Leave: One (1) day of sick leave is earned for each full month of service which may be accumulated from year to year.
Employees who transfer from another California school district, including a county superintendent of schools office, who have accrued sick leave may transfer it to this District.Insurance: Employees whose regular work assignment is thirty hours or more per week are eligible to participate in the District's insurance program which consists of major medical insurance, dental insurance, vision, life insurance and income protection.
01 These supplemental questions are part of the selection process and are considered part of your application.
These questions give you the opportunity to fully explain your background and qualifications as they pertain to this position.
Your answers to the following Supplemental Questions are required for your application to be considered complete.
Please note: if you do not have experience in a given area, type "none." Please do not write "please refer to my resume/application" as these answers will be considered incomplete and you will not be given any credit.
*Experience referenced in the supplemental questions MUST be reflected in your application.
INSTRUCTIONS Read the following questions and type your responses as thoroughly and accurately as possible.
You may find it useful to type your responses in a Word document and copy and paste them below.
Please note that falsifying information on this application may be grounds for dismissal if you are hired.
I have read and understand this statement.
Yes No 02 Do you possess a valid CA Driver License?
Yes No 03 This position requires Graduation from high school or equivalency AND a minimum of 24 semester or 36 quarter units of college coursework.
Please select the option that best describes how you meet this requirement: I have my HS Diploma or Equivalency AND a minimum of 24 semester or 36 quarter units of college coursework.
I have my HS Diploma or Equivalency and an AA Degree.
I have my HS Diploma or Equivalency and a Bachelors degree.
I have my HS Diploma or Equivalency and a Masters degree.
I do NOT have any college level coursework.
04 I have the ability to speak and read in Spanish.
Yes No 05 Select the option that best describes your level of proficiency in Spanish.
No Practical Proficiency Elementary Proficiency
Able to satisfy routine travel needs and minimum courtesy requirements Limited Working Proficiency
Able to satisfy routine social demands and limited work requirements Minimum Professional Proficiency
Able to speak the language with sufficient structural accuracy and vocabulary to participate effectively in most formal and informal conversations on practical, social, and professional topics.
Full Professional Proficiency
Able to use the language fluently and accurately on ALL levels pertinent to professional needs.
06 This position requires one year of community work or involvement, such as church, community advisory groups, PTA, scouting, etc Please describe how you meet this requirement.
Include the name of the business/organization, your position title, length of time you worked there, and describe your duties.
Experience listed below MUST be in your application to be considered.
If none, type NA.
Do not write, "see resume." 07 Are you interested in working as a substitute employee?
Yes No 08 I have uploaded my transcripts and diplomas.
(Required for the application to be considered complete) Yes No 09 "I certify that I have answered the supplemental questions accurately and truthfully." Yes No