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School Board Of Levy County Bronson , FL 32621

Posted 2 months ago

Drug Free Workplace

The School Board of Levy County policy requires drug testing. After being offered employment and prior to reporting to your worksite, the Personnel Department will contact you to schedule your drug test within 24 hours. You will need to report to the CareHere Center, 445 Ishie Avenue, Bronson,FL 32621 at your scheduled time. Failure to make your appointment or a positive test will result in the job offer being rescinded. Please take positive photo identification with you. At the lab, you will be asked to provide a urine sample. The SBLC will be billed and pay for the test. The lab's doctors will notify you of any positive test results, as well as notifying our office. We may have a conference with you to discuss positive test results and you will be notified in writing of the results. I hereby affirm that I have received this information on SBLC policy regarding drug testing. I understand that employment is contingent upon reporting to the lab for drug testing within 24 hours of a job offer and a negative test result.

Conditions of Employment

  • Are you a U.S. citizen or otherwise legally authorized to work in the U.S.?
  • Are you willing to submit to a drug test?
  • Are you willing to submit to a Level 2 Criminal Background check?
  • Do you understand that any false or misleading information in this application (or any omissions of information) shall be full and sufficient grounds to refuse to employ or having been employed shall be immediate cause for dismissal?

General Questions

  • List skills/certifications/licenses you possess which are pertinent to the position you are applying for (i.e., 10-key calculator, computer, air conditioning, auto mechanic)

  • Are you presently being investigated or under a procedure to consider your discharge for misconduct by your present employer; or have you offered a resignation to your previous employer because of an investigation or consideration of discharge for misconduct? Please answer "yes" or "no".

  • If "yes" explain the circumstances.

  • Have you ever been convicted, found guilty, had adjudication withheld, entered a pre-trial diversion program, or pled guilty or nolo-contendere, (no contest) or guilty to any offense classified as a felony or misdemeanor? Please answer "yes" or "no".

  • If "yes" explain the circumstances.

  • Have you ever had a positive drug test, or been tested for alcohol on or after January 1, 1995 and the results yielded a concentration of .904 or greater, or have you ever refused to be tested for alcohol, drugs and/or controlled substances?

  • If "yes" explain the circumstances.

Social Security and ADA

Social Security Numbers are collected and will only be used to prevent application duplication, to conduct background checks, and, once hired, to process payroll, employment benefits, and retirement benefits.

In accordance with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) of 1990, an employee may request reasonable accommodations when he/she meets the criteria of a disability as defined by ADA. Employees desiring reasonable accommodations in employment may contact the personnel office at 352-486-5231.

Benefits

Full Time emloyees (25 hours per week)

Board Pays for Employee Only:

Health Insurance ($1,500 Deductible)-Employee portion $55.38 per paycheck.

Life Insurance ($10,000)

Additional Coverages for Purchase:

Supplemental Life Insurance

Hospital Endemnity Plan

Dental

Vision

Aflac Cancer

Aflac Accident

Medical Expense Flexible Spending Account

Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account

401K/403B/407

Long Term Disablility

Attachments

ParaPro Certificate

High School Diploma

Miscellaneous

Resume'

Reference

References

Reference must be work related-NI/Sub: 0 of 7 external references required.

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