Union School

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Union School

OUR SCHOOL
Union School was founded in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in 1919 as a school for the children of U.S. Marines residing in Port-au-Prince. It since has grown to incorporate other English speakers in the community, including dependents of business people, foreign diplomats, international organizations and local residents. The school has moved locations several times since conception and in August 2002 relocated to a spectacular new campus in Juvnat. This facility is housed on two hectares, with two buildings, 38 classrooms, two computer labs, two science labs, a library with 12, 000 volumes and sports fields. Union School is a private, co-educational, and non-sectarian institution established in Haiti for the purpose of providing an American program of studies in both English and French for students of all nationalities. The strengths of Union School rest upon the commitment and mutual respect demonstrated by its parents, faculty, and students in all aspects of its endeavors. We recognize the value of accreditation and strive to maintain the highest standards as prescribed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in regard to our faculty, our curriculum and school procedures.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of Union School Haiti is to continue to inspire a culture of life-long learning that encourages academic excellence and personal integrity. Our U.S. Accredited program is intended to prepare our community of learners to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century.

OUR VISION STATEMENT
The Union School Haiti will be a locally and internationally recognized community of academic and personal excellence.

OUR STATEMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
Union School is committed to meeting the needs of students from diverse cultural backgrounds, offering a program that focuses on excellence in academics and all other areas of their lives. We provide our students, an American curriculum with particular emphasis on Haitian history and culture. This program recognizes that education is a life-long process through which individuals continually acquire skills, develop abilities, and increase their potential. We emphasize the importance of acquiring fluency in oral and written English at all levels, and obtaining proficiency in French. We strive to provide an up-to-date, inquiry-based, and technologically-relevant curriculum which leads our students towards higher education and their individual potential. Our school provides varied educational environments in which to address unique learning needs. Union School believes in a learning process which addresses the total development of the student: cognitive, social, moral, cultural, and physical. Working together, our school community empowers students to pursue excellence, explore the consequences of their actions, and to take meaningful risks. We encourage our students to become responsible citizens and leaders, who hold true to democratic values.

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1919
Private
Not for Profit
Board of Trustees
2.00
Day
Co-Educational
None
AdvancED

Contact Information
Contact Details
509 2943 4923 / 509 2943 1972
954 206 0023
Campus Address
Union School Haiti
Route du Canape Vert
Haiti
Not set
Port-au-Prince
Port-au-Prince
000

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Education Information
Common Core
English
PreK
12

Tuition Fees
5200.0
15300.0

Teacher Information
34
74
26
6

Student Information
265
0
33
76
57
99
0
99
1
18
Teaching Information
190
August
Yes
No
No
No

Job Types and Salaries
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Visa Requirements
This school has not provided this information
School Benefits
Savings Potential
Up to 50% of salary
Accommodation
Furnished apartments
Flights/Transport
Not to exceed 750
Utilities
Electricity, Internet, Cable are fully paid
Moving Allowance
Split between the 2 year contract
Medical
Includes Local and International Health Insurance
Other
Transportation is provided

School Counselor

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Master’s degree and certification in School Counseling.
2. Two to five years’ teaching experience at least five years secondary.
3. Counseling experience preferred.
4. A strong interest to help others and the ability to inspire respect, trust and confidence.
5. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

REPORTS TO: Principals / Director

INTERFACES WITH: Students, faculty, parents, Principal, Business Office and Psychologist and Coordinators
JOB GOAL:
To guide students with personal, family, social, educational and career decisions, problems and concerns. To consult and work with parents, teachers, school administrators and psychologist, about needs and ways to best serve the developmental, emotional and educational interests of the child. To work with the school community to continuously improve school climate.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. To work with students individually, in small groups or with entire classes.
2. To help students understand their abilities, interests, talents, and personality characteristics so that they can develop realistic academic and career options.
3. To use interviews, counseling sessions, tests results, or other tools to assist in the evaluation and advising of students.
4. To help students understand and deal with academic, social, behavioral and personal problems and to provide them with life skills to enhance personal, social and academic growth.
5. To build relationships with students, staff and families by ensuring confidentiality in all personal matters.
6. To provide in-servicing to parents of the community about effective family communication skills and effective parenting.
7. To observe students during classroom and social activities and to confer with teachers and parents to evaluate their strengths, problems or special needs.
8. To plan strategies and encourage students to develop good study habits.
9. To work with the director, principals and coordinators to develop the secondary school class schedule and to be responsible for placing students in appropriate classes.
10. To provide college placement and career planning.
11. Responsible for exposing students to different career opportunities through a yearly career fair.
12. To facilitate the admissions, testing and orientation process for new students.
13. To work with the Assessment Coordinator for standardized testing programs, including implementation, interpretation, and written analysis of results, and shares this information with administration, staff, students and parents and the Board of Trustees, in a timely manner.
TESTING:
• Achievement Testing
• Admissions Testing
• Dissemination of MAP, PSAT ,SAT and TOEFL test materials and assistance in the registration process.
• Scheduling and administering the PSAT to juniors and other interested students.
• Ordering test materials
14. To provide analysis, feedback and summary of standardized testing.
15. To develop rapport and provide constant feedback to teachers and administrators about the students’ progress.
16. To provide in-servicing to faculty to review, understand and formulate strategies to address the needs of the adolescent child.
17. To make every effort to be sensitive to the multiple cultural student body.
18. To promote, advise and provide proper student placement in AP courses.
19. To work with the teachers to develop goals for each class for the school year.
20. Coordinates honor roll, deficiency listings quarterly and yearly, submitting a report to the Director at the close of every quarter.
21. Coordinates with the Secondary Principal and grade 6 teacher an orientation for Grade 5 students moving to junior high school.
22. Develops effective liaison with colleges and universities appropriate to our student body.
23. Prepares transcripts, school profiles, activities lists,, and establishes an effective procedure for the release of student records to authorized agencies, educational institutions and individuals, and writes letters of recommendation for transferring students and college applicants.
24. Responsible for accurate cumulative records and transcripts in each student’s file.
25. Responsible for cumulative records of former students. Work with Technology Director so that these records are maintained in a database.
26. Assist with conferences, faculty meetings on occasion, planning graduation, and hosting visitors.
27. To develop a “New Student/Departing Student” orientation program.
28. To assist new families in the "settling in" process in a new environment.
29. To in-service teachers regarding behavioral and classroom management strategies.
30. To establish a database of community service resources for addressing student counseling requirements.
31. To with both the special services teachers implementing remedial or special service classes for students and classroom teachers who have students enrolled in a special services class work closely.
32. To create with the assistance of the administrative team the development and sustaining a positive School climate and program
33. To provide written monthly program updates, to reflect needs and achievements to the Director.

APPROXIMATE TIME ALLOCATION:
STUDENT PERSONAL COUNSELING
(Observations, Evaluation, Advising, Meetings, “One-on-One” Group Counseling, etc.) 55%
INSERVICING FOR STAFF & PARENTS 10%
GRADE LEVEL GUIDANCE 15%
ADMISSIONS, TESTING, PLACEMENT SCHEDULING 20%

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
The workday shall be from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Works two weeks before and after the teaching staff.

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:
Job performance will be evaluated by the Principals / Director
Starting: 1 Sep 2021
Apply By: 31 Aug 2021
Closes In: 113 days

Grade 6 Teacher

TITLE: SECONDARY TEACHER
GRADES 6-12

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. College degree with teaching emphasis or completion of teacher preparation program.

2. Teacher professional certification; North American certification preferred.

3. Teaching experience in Grades 6-12; experience in North American accredited schools preferred.

4. Professional commitment to becoming a “Master Teacher”

REPORTS TO: Secondary School Principal

INTERFACES WITH: Students, colleagues, parents, support staff and administrators

SUPERVISES: Students and Student Activities

JOB GOAL:

To ensure that each student achieves academic success, develops a lifelong love of learning and becomes a responsible citizen in a global community.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
1. Plan using the school’s curriculum, effective strategies, resources and data to meet the needs of all students.
2. Effectively engage students in learning by using a variety of instructional strategies in order to meet individual learning needs of the students.
3. Systematically gather, analyze, and use data to measure student progress, guide instruction, and provide timely feedback.
4. Use resources, routines and procedures to provide a respectful, positive, safe, student centered environment that is conducive to learning.
5. Maintains a commitment to professional ethics, the school’s mission, and take responsibility for and participate in professional growth that results in enhancement of student learning.
6. Work to achieve acceptable and measurable student progress.


PERFORMANCE GOALS:

1. Use a wide variety of teaching strategies that meet individual student needs and abilities.
The Teacher will:
a) Effectively meet the learning needs of all students.
b) Skillfully use verbal and non-verbal communications;
c) Preview and communicate learning objectives to students in a clear, logical and sequential manner.
2. Show the ability to create and maintain enthusiasm for the love of learning.
3. Demonstrate appreciation for students and seek to celebrate their accomplishments.
4. Show interest in curriculum and instructional development.
a) Serve as a role model, takes advantage of opportunities to learn from others and keeps abreast of developments related to teaching;
b) Promote good working relationships with others through active leadership and sharing of ideas, materials and experiences.
5. Promote good rapport with students, staff, parents and community.
a) Respect the confidentiality of student and staff concerns;
b) Keep parents informed of their children’s progress.
6. Clearly understand and model professionalism.
7. Maintain superior work attendance.
8. Cooperatively adhere to Board policies and implementing regulations.
9. Recognize the importance of the after-school activities program and assume responsibilities in that program.
10. Be self-motivated and assume responsibility willingly.
11. Be willing to expend effort and energy beyond the typical School day.
12. Attend staff meetings and serve on staff committees as required.
13. Attend school and PTA sponsored activities.
14. Keep current and update Power School regularly.
15. Create and maintain current all Moodle Spaces
16. Arrival/Departure time from 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM (Monday-Tuesday-Thursday and Friday). 7:15 AM to 4:15 PM.

INSTRUCTION GOALS:

17. To display evidence of superior preparation for classroom instruction.
a) Uses appropriate examples and illustrations to motivate the abilities and interests of ALL students;
b) Creates and utilizes appropriate materials for instructional purposes;
c) Assesses and adjusts the classroom setting to provide for a variety of learning styles;
d) Provides a variety of information which enriches the curriculum;
e) Draws from a variety of instructional resources to enhance lessons; instruction and content are not driven by the basal textbook;
18. To model and encourage multiple cultural awareness and understanding.
19. To establish long-range goals, instructional objectives and methods relevant to the objectives.
20. To work cooperatively with colleagues in order to connect learning across subject disciplines.
21. To demonstrate accurate and up-to-date knowledge of curriculum and subject matter.

TECHNOLOGY GOAL:

22. To display competence and confidence in using media and technology
a) Effectively uses computer instruction for both self and students in order to integrate and enhance classroom lessons;
b) Seeks ongoing computer staff development opportunities.
c) Uses various technologies in class (e-reader, projector, mimio, etc)

CLASS MANAGEMENT GOAL:
23. To plan and implement strategies that encourage student self-discipline, reinforce appropriate behavior, manage disruptive behavior constructively and allows for grouping of students in the most efficient way to support learning objectives.
a) Skillful in keeping students on the learning task;
b) Adaptive, flexible and creative in situations that are caused by a variety of individual student needs.

ASSESSMENT GOAL:
24. To bring out the best in students by continually monitoring their work.
a) Returns test results promptly, gives written comments and provide group and individual feedback on all assignments;
b) Provides specific evaluative feedback with reinforcement and encouragement.
STUDENT PERFORMANCE GOALS:
25. To motivate students to achieve beyond previous performance levels.
26. To set high expectations that is appropriate for each student’s ability level.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

Teachers will work 190 days as per contract determined by the board approved calendar. Salary is based on earned degrees, certification and number of years of teaching experience.

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:

Job performance will be evaluated by the principal.
Starting: 9 Aug 2021
Apply By: 8 Aug 2021
Closes In: 90 days

Secondary ELA

TITLE: SECONDARY TEACHER
GRADES 6-12

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. College degree with teaching emphasis or completion of teacher preparation program.

2. Teacher professional certification; North American certification preferred.

3. Teaching experience in Grades 6-12; experience in North American accredited schools preferred.

4. Professional commitment to becoming a “Master Teacher”

REPORTS TO: Secondary School Principal

INTERFACES WITH: Students, colleagues, parents, support staff and administrators

SUPERVISES: Students and Student Activities

JOB GOAL:

To ensure that each student achieves academic success, develops a lifelong love of learning and becomes a responsible citizen in a global community.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
1. Plan using the school’s curriculum, effective strategies, resources and data to meet the needs of all students.
2. Effectively engage students in learning by using a variety of instructional strategies in order to meet individual learning needs of the students.
3. Systematically gather, analyze, and use data to measure student progress, guide instruction, and provide timely feedback.
4. Use resources, routines and procedures to provide a respectful, positive, safe, student centered environment that is conducive to learning.
5. Maintains a commitment to professional ethics, the school’s mission, and take responsibility for and participate in professional growth that results in enhancement of student learning.
6. Work to achieve acceptable and measurable student progress.


PERFORMANCE GOALS:

1. Use a wide variety of teaching strategies that meet individual student needs and abilities.
The Teacher will:
a) Effectively meet the learning needs of all students.
b) Skillfully use verbal and non-verbal communications;
c) Preview and communicate learning objectives to students in a clear, logical and sequential manner.
2. Show the ability to create and maintain enthusiasm for the love of learning.
3. Demonstrate appreciation for students and seek to celebrate their accomplishments.
4. Show interest in curriculum and instructional development.
a) Serve as a role model, takes advantage of opportunities to learn from others and keeps abreast of developments related to teaching;
b) Promote good working relationships with others through active leadership and sharing of ideas, materials and experiences.
5. Promote good rapport with students, staff, parents and community.
a) Respect the confidentiality of student and staff concerns;
b) Keep parents informed of their children’s progress.
6. Clearly understand and model professionalism.
7. Maintain superior work attendance.
8. Cooperatively adhere to Board policies and implementing regulations.
9. Recognize the importance of the after-school activities program and assume responsibilities in that program.
10. Be self-motivated and assume responsibility willingly.
11. Be willing to expend effort and energy beyond the typical School day.
12. Attend staff meetings and serve on staff committees as required.
13. Attend school and PTA sponsored activities.
14. Keep current and update Power School regularly.
15. Create and maintain current all Moodle Spaces
16. Arrival/Departure time from 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM (Monday-Tuesday-Thursday and Friday). 7:15 AM to 4:15 PM.

INSTRUCTION GOALS:

17. To display evidence of superior preparation for classroom instruction.
a) Uses appropriate examples and illustrations to motivate the abilities and interests of ALL students;
b) Creates and utilizes appropriate materials for instructional purposes;
c) Assesses and adjusts the classroom setting to provide for a variety of learning styles;
d) Provides a variety of information which enriches the curriculum;
e) Draws from a variety of instructional resources to enhance lessons; instruction and content are not driven by the basal textbook;
18. To model and encourage multiple cultural awareness and understanding.
19. To establish long-range goals, instructional objectives and methods relevant to the objectives.
20. To work cooperatively with colleagues in order to connect learning across subject disciplines.
21. To demonstrate accurate and up-to-date knowledge of curriculum and subject matter.

TECHNOLOGY GOAL:

22. To display competence and confidence in using media and technology
a) Effectively uses computer instruction for both self and students in order to integrate and enhance classroom lessons;
b) Seeks ongoing computer staff development opportunities.
c) Uses various technologies in class (e-reader, projector, mimio, etc)

CLASS MANAGEMENT GOAL:
23. To plan and implement strategies that encourage student self-discipline, reinforce appropriate behavior, manage disruptive behavior constructively and allows for grouping of students in the most efficient way to support learning objectives.
a) Skillful in keeping students on the learning task;
b) Adaptive, flexible and creative in situations that are caused by a variety of individual student needs.

ASSESSMENT GOAL:
24. To bring out the best in students by continually monitoring their work.
a) Returns test results promptly, gives written comments and provide group and individual feedback on all assignments;
b) Provides specific evaluative feedback with reinforcement and encouragement.
STUDENT PERFORMANCE GOALS:
25. To motivate students to achieve beyond previous performance levels.
26. To set high expectations that is appropriate for each student’s ability level.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

Teachers will work 190 days as per contract determined by the board approved calendar. Salary is based on earned degrees, certification and number of years of teaching experience.

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:

Job performance will be evaluated by the principal.
Starting: 9 Aug 2021
Apply By: 8 Aug 2021
Closes In: 90 days

Special Education Teacher

TITLE: SPECIAL NEEDS TEACHER

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Certification in special education or equivalent; North American certification, preferred.
2. A minimum of two years experience as a classroom teacher
3. Successful communication skills in working with teachers, parents, administrators and students; positive interpersonal skills.
4. Experience with “Specials Needs Program” preferred.


REPORTS TO: Resource Center Director

INTERFACES WITH: Counsellors, instructional faculty, parents, Psychologist, principals, students

SUPERVISES: Assigned teaching assistant

JOB GOAL:

To provide high quality instruction and commitment to motivating the learning success of students having special needs; The instruction must be consistent with presentation of the curriculum.

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
1. Plan using the school’s curriculum, effective strategies, resources and data to meet the needs of all students.
2. Effectively engage students in learning by using a variety of instructional strategies in order to meet individual learning needs of the students.
3. Systematically gather, analyze, and use data to measure student progress, guide instruction, and provide timely feedback.
4. Use resources, routines and procedures to provide a respectful, positive, safe, student centered environment that is conducive to learning.
5. Maintains a commitment to professional ethics, the school’s mission, and take responsibility for and participate in professional growth that results in enhancement of student learning.
6. Work to achieve acceptable and measurable student progress.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. To be committed to full participation in student discussion sessions that take place for the purpose of developing student “Individual Education Program” (IEP) plans.
2. To monitor activity in the student’s IEP plan and regularly communicate results to teachers, the counsellor and the Resource Center Coordinator.
3. To use a wide variety of instruction strategies in order to establish both student learning motivation and learning achievement success.
4. To meet with and communicate with parents regularly who have children assigned to the Resource Center.
5. To Assist the Resource Center Director to prepare a School-wide brochure that communicates to parents and faculty the intent and organization of the program.
6. To assist classroom teachers when necessary for student intervention, when appropriate.
7. To work closely with the psychologist and counsellors.
8. To perform other responsibilities, as might be requested by the RS Director and are appropriate to the assignment.

PERFORMANCE GOALS
The Teacher will:
a) Effectively meet the learning needs of all students.
b) Skillfully use verbal and non-verbal communications;
c) Preview and communicate learning objectives to students in a clear, logical and sequential manner.
1. Create and maintain enthusiasm for the love of learning.
2. Demonstrate appreciation for students and seek to celebrate their accomplishments.
3. Show commitment in curriculum to teach the prescribed.
a) Serve as a role model, takes advantage of opportunities to learn from others and keeps abreast of developments related to teaching;
b) Promote good working relationships with others through active leadership and sharing of ideas, materials and experiences.
4. Promote good rapport with students, staff, parents and community.
a) Respect the confidentiality of student and staff concerns;
b) Keep parents informed of their children’s progress.
5. Clearly understand and model professionalism.
6. Maintain superior work attendance.
7. Cooperatively adhere to Board policies and implementing regulations.
8. Recognize the importance of the after-school activities program and assume responsibilities in that program.
9. Be self-motivated and assume responsibility willingly.
10. Be willing to expend effort and energy beyond the typical School day.
11. Attend staff meetings and serve on staff committees as required.
12. Attend school and PTA sponsored activities.
13. Keep current and update Power School regularly.
14. Create and maintain current all Moodle Spaces
15. Arrival/Departure time from 7:30 AM to 3:00 PM (Monday-Tuesday-Thursday and Friday). 7:15 AM to 4:15 PM.

INSTRUCTION GOALS:
16. To display evidence of superior preparation for classroom instruction.
a) Uses appropriate examples and illustrations to motivate the abilities and interests of ALL students;
b) Creates and utilizes appropriate materials for instructional purposes;
c) Assesses and adjusts the classroom setting to provide for a variety of learning styles;
d) Provides a variety of information which enriches the curriculum;
e) Draws from a variety of instructional resources to enhance lessons; instruction and content are not driven by the basal textbook;
17. To model and encourage multiple cultural awareness and understanding.
18. To establish long-range goals, instructional objectives and methods relevant to the objectives.
19. To work cooperatively with colleagues in order to connect learning across subject disciplines.
20. To demonstrate accurate and up-to-date knowledge of curriculum and subject matter.

TECHNOLOGY GOAL:

21. To display competence and confidence in using media and technology
a) Effectively uses computer instruction for both self and students in order to integrate and enhance classroom lessons;
b) Seeks ongoing computer staff development opportunities.
c) Uses various technologies in class (e-reader, projector, mimio, etc)



CLASS MANAGEMENT GOAL:
22. To plan and implement strategies that encourage student self-discipline, reinforce appropriate behavior, manage disruptive behavior constructively and allows for grouping of students in the most efficient way to support learning objectives.
a) Skillful in keeping students on the learning task;
b) Adaptive, flexible and creative in situations that are caused by a variety of individual student needs.

ASSESSMENT GOAL:
23. To bring out the best in students by continually monitoring their work.
a) Return test results promptly, gives written comments and provide group and individual feedback on all assignments;
b) Provide specific evaluative feedback with reinforcement and encouragement.
STUDENT PERFORMANCE GOALS:
24. To motivate students to achieve beyond previous performance levels.
25. To set high expectations that is appropriate for each student’s ability level.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

Teachers will work a minimum of 190 days. Contract to be determined by the board approved calendar. Salary is based on earned degrees, certification and number of years of teaching experience.

PERFOMANCE EVALUATION:

Annual performance evaluation completed by the Resource Center Director and reviewed by the Director.
Starting: 9 Aug 2021
Apply By: 8 Aug 2021
Closes In: 90 days

Librarian/Media Specialist

TITLE: LIBRARIAN

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. University Degree and advance training

2. North American certification and degree preferred

3. Minimum of three years' teaching experience


REPORTS TO: Principal and Director


INTERFACES WITH: Faculty, Support Services, Staff, Students, Parent Volunteers and Parents.

SUPERVISES: Assigned Support Services Personnel and Parent Volunteers

JOB GOAL:

To create an enriched library environment that will motivate to students to read and treasure literature. This includes teaching the appropriate library skills that will enable students to utilize the library to greatest effect possible.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. To create a warm, positive student-centered library.
2. To maintain an atmosphere conducive to study and research.
3. To prepare and present weekly library skill instructions to students in grades 4-6.
4. To develop and implement reading incentive programs.
5. To evaluate, select and requisition new library supplies.
6. To assist teachers in the selection of books and other instructional materials and makes library materials available to supplement the instructional program.
7. To keep informed teachers and other staff members concerning new materials.
8. To maintain a comprehensive and efficient system for cataloging all library materials and instructs teachers and students on use of the system.
9. To maintain an annual inventory of all library materials.
10. To work with teachers in planning those assignments likely to lead to extended use of library resources.
11. To promote appropriate conduct of behavior of students using library facilities.
12. To actively participate in the Literacy Committee and SIT.
13. To provide guidance to students in selecting books.
14. Arranges frequently-changing book-related displays and exhibits likely to interest those using the library.
15. To develop and enhance a technological component in the library.
16. To checkout and circulation books in the library, using Follet’s automated systems.
17. Assists as needed in the school as directed by the administration.
18. Compiles and prepares orders for books, audio-visual materials; periodicals and supplies etc.
19. Prepares an annual report to the administration on the use of the library by staff and students.
20. To work with the Tech department to develop a program for expanding the library into a modern multi-media center.
21. Keep the library open from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm Monday through Thursday, 7:00 am until 2:45 pm on Fridays.
22. To prepare and administer the library budget.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

Work day will be 7:30 - 3:00 pm. Wednesday s -4:15

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:

Job performance will be evaluated by the Principals.
Starting: 9 Aug 2021
Apply By: 8 Aug 2021
Closes In: 90 days