Volunteers


Nespelem School District job openings. Please apply ASAP. Open until filled.



HOW TO APPLY:


To apply, mail or drop off a resume and application to Debra Pankey, P.O. Box 291, Nespelem, WA  99155 –or phone 509-634-4541(on line application www.nsdeagles.org). All applicants must pass a background check, drug testing and must work well with students, staff and parents.



The Nespelem School District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin (including language), sex, sexual orientation including gender identity, creed, religion, age, veteran or military status, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its employment procedures & personnel practices as required by state and federal laws. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance may be directed to the district's Title IX Compliance Officer, and/or the Section 504/ADA Coordinator, 229 Schoolhouse Loop Rd, Nespelem WA 99155 (509) 634-4541.



Current Job Openings

We are a PAX School.




Technology / Assessment Coordinator

Job Title: Technology / Assessment Coordinator
Reports to: Nespelem School Principal
Work Schedule: 8 hours per day, 184 days per year, inclusive of holidays

  • Job Summary:
    The Technology Coordinator works with Network/Infrastructure Specialists, Network/Desktop Support Specialists and others to support staff and students in their use of district technology resources.  Duties include support, maintenance and troubleshooting of desktop hardware, mobile hardware, peripherals, and software and user accounts.  Other duties include supporting district and state assessment testing.

Essential Job Functions:  

  • Work with Network/Infrastructure Specialists, Network/Desktop Support Specialists and building principals to support and assist school staff in classroom integration of technology.  

  • Support staff in their use of technology. Be an advocate and model of technology usage.

  • Act as a resource and research guide in evaluating software, Internet sites, technological teaching tools, equipment, and network planning as requested by site staff, Network/Desktop Support Specialists, and the Principal.

  • Oversee user account profiles at assigned sites: enter and manage user accounts including resetting passwords, ensure compliance with district network usage policies and procedures, and report abuses of network.

  • Provide first-line technical support and troubleshooting for district-supported technology systems within building.  

  • Submit and follow-up repair requests for staff and students.

  • Assist with Basic technology hardware setup and configuration

  • Assist with the installation and configuration of district supported software on classroom and lab workstations as directed.

  • Assist with the maintenance of the district’s technology inventory system.

  • Serve as an active member of the district technology committees as directed.

  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality with school district records and systems security.

  • Assisting with/Administering Technology Assessments, State Assessments, and Curriculum assessments to students in a lab and classroom environments.

  • Teaches and monitors progress of Keyboarding (Typing) K-8

  • Teaches basic computer skills

  • Monitors classroom work to be completed in computer lab

  • Other duties as assigned.

Desired Skills:  

  • Experience in a K-12 educational setting.

  • Working knowledge of iPads

  • Working knowledge of Google Chromebooks

  • Experience with supporting and troubleshooting Skyward student information system a plus

  • Willingness and ability to perform various maintenance and installation duties as needed.

  • Experience supporting library information technology: experience with the Follett Destiny system a plus.

  • Experience proctoring and managing computerized assessment testing.

  • Demonstrated ability to assist in the setup, maintenance, and troubleshooting of computers and peripherals

  • Experience with common computer applications a plus.

  • Experience with the Windows & Apple operating systems a plus.

  • Experience troubleshooting and installing multimedia hardware including LCD projectors, document cameras, and smartboard technology.

  • Experience with Blogs, Wikis and other Web technology

  • Experience working with technology integration in teaching

  • Experience with Computer Maintenance and Repair including hardware replacement.

  • Microsoft Certifications, CompTIA, or other technology certifications a plus

  • Willingness to learn multi- aspects of technology and applications.


Minimum Qualifications:  

  • High School Diploma

  • Either an Associate’s Degree, or two years of post-high school education, or successfully passing the written Educational Testing Service competency examination.

  • Ability to work effectively with staff and students with a wide range of technology skills

  • Must have experience working effectively as part of a team

  • Effective time management and organizational skills

  • Working knowledge and experience with Windows 7 and 8 desktops and tablets.

  • Must have knowledge using iOS devices including iPads.

  • Knowledge and experience with office productivity software including Microsoft Office and/or Open Office/Libre Office.

  • Experience using and supporting Google Apps environment including Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Docs.

  • Working knowledge and experience with a variety of multimedia applications

  • Must be able to lift and carry 30 pounds

  • Resourceful and able to work with limited direct supervision

  • Valid WA. State Driver’s license required


Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Work is typically performed in and around a student learning environment; may be exposed to childhood diseases; may be required to sit for prolonged periods of time; may experience a multitude of demands and changing priorities.

Evaluation

The Technology Support Specialist shall be evaluated periodically by the Building Principal pursuant to the currently established district procedures and evaluation criteria.  The process shall include an evaluation of the employee’s performance of the above essential job functions.

Classification History

Job description developed December 2014



Special Education Teacher

Counselor --2 days a week

Nespelem School District job openings for a Special Ed Teacher (1 year)  Counselor, and Culture Coordinator For the 2015-2016 school year.

 

HOW TO APPLY:  To apply, mail or drop off a resume and application to Debra Pankey, P.O. Box 291, Nespelem, WA  99155 –or phone509-634-4541, See the school website, www.nsdeagle,com for more information and the on-line application.  Open until filled.


 


JOB REQUIREMENTS:
-Must be a highly qualified teacher in the 
State of Washington (A Copy of Professional Educational Certificate with endorsement, and a Placement File or College transcript is required.).
-Must have knowledge of CCSS & TPEP
-Actively instruct students, create lesson plans, assign and correct homework, manage students in the classroom, communicate with parents, and help students prepare for standardized testing
-Understands and has knowledge of PAX schools
-Must pass a pre-employment background check & finger printing.
-Must have a current Driver’s License.
-Must have the ability to work well with students.
-Strong reading background, PAX trained or knowledge of


HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE: Full-time position


SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS: Rate of pay depends on experience and qualifications.

CLOSING DATE / DEADLINE: Open until filled

HOW TO APPLY: 
 To apply, the Nespelem School website www.nsdeagles.org applications are posted, mail a resume to Debra Pankey, P.O. Box 291, Nespelem, WA 99155 -or- phone 509-634-4541.









On Call Substitute Paraprofessional

Starting pay $11.70 per hour



-Must have a AA degree or have passed the Washington State Praxis Test

-Must be able to work with preschool – 8th students grade special services system



-- On Call Substitute Bus Driver

Starting pay $15.02 per hour
(7-8 a.m. & 2:30-
3:30 p.m.)

The Nespelem School District is accepting applications for a Substitute Bus Driver position.
Hours will be determined. Please see the following qualifications:
       
  • Submit a Nespelem School application
  • Resume
  • Pass a background check
  • All Certifications (ex: CDL B, P1 & S1 Endorsements and Medical Certification)
  • Training will be provided and paid for by the Nespelem School for those that do not have the credentials for the position.
  • Closing date Open Until Filled
Please call 509-634-4541 for an application or go to the Nespelem School website @ www.nsdeagles.org for an application.




-- On Call Substitute  Maintenance

Please contact the school for more information.

 

HOW TO APPLY:  To apply, mail a resume to Debra Pankey, P.O. Box 291, Nespelem, WA  99155  -or-  phone 509-634-4541.

Applications are available on the following addresses: 

dpankey@nsdeagles.org  or school website at http://www.nsdeagles.org 




Process:


Process for Certificated Positions:



Application Procedure:

  1. Complete District Application (download below)
  2. Resume´
  3. Signed Letter of Application addressing qualifications
  4. Copy of Professional Educational Certificate(s) with endorsements
  5. Placement File of References
  6. College Transcripts (copies are acceptable for application process)
OPENING DATE:
CLOSING DATE:
SALARY:           Washington State Salary schedule
             

Please contact the Nespelem School District for Applications and information at 634-4541.    


Please send completed applications to:

     Debra Pankey

      dpankey@nsdeagles.org

      Box # 291

      Nespelem, Washington 99155 

 


 

NESPELEM SCHOOL DISTRICT 14 is committed to providing equal opportunities for all persons without regard to age, sex, sexual orientation including gender expression, disability or use of at trained service animal, veteran or military status, race, creed, religion, or ethnic background in its educational activities, policies and employment practices.

Thank you,

Debra Pankey, Principal 


The Nespelem School District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin (including language), sex, sexual orientation including gender identity, creed, religion, age, veteran or military status, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its employment procedures & personnel practices as required by state and federal laws. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance may be directed to the district's Title IX Compliance Officer, and/or the Section 504/ADA Coordinator, 229 Schoolhouse Loop Rd, Nespelem WA 99155 (509) 634-4541.

Please contact the Nespelem School District for Applications and information at 634-4541.    

Applications for download:


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