Nursery School Attendant Job Description Sample
Nursery Yard Irrigation Attendant
This position will be responsible for many aspects of day to day operations, including, but not limited to the following Duties:
· Supervising irrigation system
· Setting the daily irrigation schedule
· Maintaining the pond/pumps
· Customer Interaction
· General maintenance of equipment and facilities
· Weeding/Pruning/Fertilizing/Spraying nursery stock
· Preparing Orders
· Tagging Inventory
· Executing smaller deliveries
· Organizing/Straightening Stock
· Loading/Unloading stock
· Checking outgoing material for dry conditions
· Operating P.O.S.
· Achieving and maintaining satisfactory overall yard presentation
The Nursery position is seasonal with the possibility of full time employment, and requires a commitment of up to 53 hours per week, including Saturdays. Salary, vacation, and benefits are available and determined individually.
Reports to: This position reports to the Yard Manager, General Manager, and President.
The primary purpose of this position is to ensure and sustain exceptional presentation of the nursery and nursery material through continued observation and maintenance of the irrigation system throughout the year. This includes installation, upkeep, and winterization of the irrigation system. This position is also responsible for determining and executing a daily irrigation schedule. While irrigation duties do take precedence, this position is also responsible for all Yard Attendant duties. This position is to assist the Yard Manager with any and all functions of the re-wholesale yard.
· High School diploma or GED
· Possession of a valid Driver’s License/Means of transportation to work
· Random Drug Screening
· Ability to efficiently work without direct supervision
· Ability to lift 75 lbs
Willingness to work up to 53 hours per week outdoors (7:00 AM – 4:30 PM)
Nursery School Director
NURSERY SCHOOL DIRECTOR
Regular Part Time Nursery School Director at St. John's United Church of Christ, Chambersburg. Approximately 30 hours per week. Minimum of Bachelor’s in Elementary or Early Childhood Education. Responsibilities include coordination of Early Childhood program, supervision of Nursery School Staff and management of operations and finances.
Submit inquiries by email to: MinistryChair@gmail.com
School BUS Attendant - Union & Benefits
DOE Certified School Bus Attendant
School Bus Company in Bronx, NY looking for School Bus Attendants to partner with our School Bus Drivers to provide a safe environment for our riders. Must enjoy working with children and have strong communication skills.
City & State School Bus Matron/Attendant Certification
Able to pull up to 150 lbs and pass a Physical Performance Test
Department Of Education, Office of Pupil Transpiration Certified
Must be at least 21 years of age.
First Aid & CPR Certification
Able to pass a DOT physical, PPD or XRAY, pre-employment drug test.
Be willing and able to provide door to door service for students.
Verbal and written communication skills in English.
Able to work with students of all ages with mental and physical disabilities, work well under pressure and provide excellent customer service.
Call or come by today to get started with a company dedicated to starting your career in motion!
905 Brush Avenue, Bronx NY 10465
718-657-5100 ext. 5850
Bring Your State ID, Social Security Card & Certifications
We are the largest provider of ADA compliant transportation in the City of New York. Our 40 years’ experience doesn’t stop at paratransit as we are the largest provider of disabled pre-kindergarten, disabled adults, and disabled homeless transportation in the State of New York.
Total Transportation Corp’s success is built on the company philosophy of “Delivering small company feel with large company experience”, we foster a spirit of ‘the customer always comes first’ and take pride in the work we do to achieve that goal. Our management team and staff is committed to providing distinctive, tailored service to address the individuals needs and requirements of our clients. This experience and company philosophy has proven to be invaluable in providing safe, efficient and reliable service.
School & NON School BUS Attendant Needed Asap
CERTIFIED SCHOOL BUS MATRONS NEEDED FOR A BUSY SCHOOL BUS DEPOT IN BROOKLYN NY.
MUST BE CERTIFIED FOR THE OFFICE OF PUPIL 25 - 30 HOURS PER WEEK- SPLIT SHIFT BASED ON SCHOOL HOURS!
4-6 HOUR BREAK IN BETWEEN ROUTES. ADDITIONAL PAY AVAILABLE FOR ADDITIONAL TIME WORKED!
CALL FOR INFORMATION IN REGARDS TO JOB, WILL SPONSOR CERTIFICATIONS. MUST SPEAK ENGLISH!
THIS IS NOT FULL TIME! HOLIDAYS, VACATION, MEDICAL, BEREAVEMENT, PERSONAL & SICK DAYS!
School Bus Attendant
School Bus Attendants needed to work in Baltimore City. The responsibilities include record keeping, customer service, and light bus maintenance. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and have a High School Diploma or Equivalent,as well as excellent written and oral communication skills. A Driver's License is suggested for this position. Applicants will be responsible for the safety of the Students while riding the bus and assisting the Driver with other various duties as required. The applicant must have a clean criminal background and be able to pass a State and Federal background check. Salary commensurate with experience. We offer Daily Pay!
School Attendant Job Description
The School Attendant contributes to the profitable growth of ComTrans by ensuring the highest possible safety and Customer Service standards are followed while transporting authorized clients in the assigned ComTrans vehicle.
This position provides assistance in transportation services for special needs students being transported to and from school.
EMPLOYEE STATUS: Regular: Part-time; hourly / non-exempt position.
$11 an hour with no benefits
RequiredEducation: High School Graduate or Equivalent
Have Level One Fingerprint card or able to obtain one (no criminal background)
Skills, Knowledge and
Employee must be able to:
Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Read, write, spell and orally communicate clearly in English.
Be a good team player.
Understand customer service internally and externally.
Be safety conscious.
Use sound judgment.
Make quick decisions and solve problems.
Utilize time management - prioritizing and planning.
Demonstrate good organization
The physical demands are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions typical of an administrative position and the ability to:
Get in and out of vehicles/vans that seat up to 15 passengers to assist up to 10 clients in and out of the vehicle per day.
Handle clients in wheelchairs with weights up to 150-175lbs.
Bending and stooping to adjust and connect wheelchairs securely in the van.
Stand; climb stairs; walk clients to and from their destination; stoop; kneel; crouch; and reach, extending arms.
Sit as a passenger from 1 to12 hours.
Lift and/or move more than 40 pounds
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:
Outside in all types of weather, going to and from vehicle.
Ability to work and deal with difficult clients while maintaining composure.
The responsibilities of this position consist of, however are not limited to, the following:
Sitting in the back of the vehicle and interacting with the students as needed.
Be fully alert at all times. Carefully watch children so they cannot hurt themselves.
Be knowledgeable and follow the rules of child restraints.
Be able to secure special needs children with required restraints.
Preventing and fending off severe behaviors such as hitting, kicking, biting, and fighting and protect driver from the student.
Attend training on children with special needs.
Communicate with School Coordinator and/or Dispatch.
Assist in providing driving directions to driver.
Assisting in creation of paperwork, maintaining accuracy and completeness.
Care of ComTrans’ property, including radio, map books, car seats, vehicles, etc.
Build a good working relationship with the driver.
If you are looking for fulfillment in knowing that you can make a difference to our clients, then this is the position for you. Please apply at our website www.gocomtrans.com
ComTrans is a safety sensitive company.
Lab Attendant - Computer Based After School Program
In conjunction with a Teacher, Lab Attendants facilitate and maintain after school classroom activities utilizing computers for program implementation and record keeping. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Facilitates the implementation of academic instructional programs, class work and assessments for students.
Interacts daily with students and staff to conduct attendance and program tracking and reports
Maintains positive classroom environment and monitors student behavior to keep them on task
Maintains program instructional materials and computer lab components for student usage
Other duties as assigned EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: High school diploma and knowledge of computer software required.
Ability to effectively communicate and interact with individuals from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. 2 years or 30hrs of college experience preferred. PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT/WORKING CONDITIONS: Light lifting, walking, climbing stairs.
Most programs are in school settings. Posting Title (For the Portals): Lab Attendant - Computer Based After School Program Full-Time / Part-Time: Part-Time Regular / Temporary:
Regular External Company Name: Catapult Learning, LLC External Company URL: http://www.catapultlearning.com/
Cafeteria Attendant - Viera Charter School
(21 years of age or older)
· Assists in the preparation of food and prepares the cafeteria counter.
· Serves students and staff from the cafeteria counter.
· Assists in the cleaning of counters, tables and furnishings in the dining area.
· Maintains trash and garbage collection in a neat and sanitary manner.
· Performs such other tasks and assumes such other responsibilities as the Director/Principal may from time to time assign.
Charter School Associates, Inc. offers an experienced and knowledgeable team of educators and business personnel, led by Michael Strader, for the development and management of quality K-12 charter schools in Florida.
Our mission is to provide parents with a positive public school choice for their child's education in a safe and nurturing learning environment where high expectations equal high student achievement.
Program Director – Therapeutic Nursery School (Tns)
Program Director – Therapeutic Nursery School (TNS) EBAC improves the well-being of children, youth and families by reducing the impact of trauma and social inequities and is committed to building a comprehensive, place-based continuum of accessible, trauma-informed and culturally relevant services that build resiliency, aid in recovery and, where possible, prevent exposure to adverse childhood experiences. Our staff seeks to reduce barriers that contribute to disparities in wellness for socio-economically disadvantaged and racially marginalized families and to create communities where all children and families have supports to reach their full potential.
We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the following dynamic position: Program Director – Therapeutic Nursery School (TNS) A. FUNCTION The Program Director shall oversee all aspects of program operation, ensuring that TNS operates optimally in meeting the needs of the children and families served.
The Program Director works closely with the Clinical Coordinator and Teaching staff and provides general oversight of clinical supervision for staff clinicians, clinical interns and trainees and direct supervision of the educational team. The Program Director facilitates daily and weekly meetings for the team; addresses crises and coverage issues; maintains program budget; and attends to all administrative obligations such as management meetings, and developing and implementing program procedures. . B. REQUIREMENTS AND DESIRED QUALITIES:
MFT, LCSW or PhD or license eligible required. Child Development Site Supervisor or Program Director permit from CCL, or 12 Early Childhood Education units and 3 ECE Administration units preferred. Minimum of two years’ experience offering direct mental health or educational services to young children and their families.
Minimum of two years’ experience working with interdisciplinary teams in a school or milieu setting. Minimum of one year experience managing staff and programs. Excellent administrative and supervisory skills.
Language skills that include the ability to read; analyze and interpret financial reports and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquires or complaints from parents or agencies. Ability to write documentation that conforms to prescribed style and format.
Ability to present information to top management, public groups or board of directors. Demonstration of flexibility, patience and calm in a busy setting. Intermediate computer competency (Word, Excel). Must complete certification in non-violent crisis intervention as provided by Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. Ability to drive with valid driver's license, auto insurance and access to use of an automobile as needed.
C. RESPONSIBILITIES Coordinate the development and implementation of educational, psychological and casework modalities of the program. Coordinate the treatment planning process in conjunction with the mental health staff. Coordinate the intake and evaluation of children referred for services in conjunction with the mental health staff.
Devise specific education programs for children in collaboration with the educational staff. Ensures the environment is safe for the children, families and staff. Provides back-up coverage for teachers and mental health staff in the milieu and provide crisis intervention with children as needed.
Coordinate all staff meetings. Provide observational data and assessment of children's adaptation and functioning in the program to staff through supervision and case conferences. Consult with parents and caretakers, school district personnel, and community partners regarding children's progress in program as needed.
Assume overall responsibility for recruitment, training, supervision and evaluation of staff. Provide consultation and in-service training to staff. Supervise teachers in group or one on one, one hour per week.
Ensure compliance with Federal, State and local laws, Community Care Licensing regulations, and with terms of contracts with funding sources. Work closely with community agencies regarding placement, referrals and other ancillary services in coordination with Clinicians. Attend interagency meetings and conferences.
Utilize Operations Manual and oversee inclusion of periodic policy and procedure updates. Monitor employee work schedules and approve employee time sheets for forwarding to Payroll within the required time frame. Oversee and manages program budget.
Performs other duties as assigned. D. WORKING CONDITIONS and JOB SETTING Work is in a two-story building with stairs that need to be climbed for access to the second floor. Work is primarily in office, classroom and an enclosed outdoor play yard setting.
Because work is directly with small children, full mobility is required for standing, walking, sitting, using hands, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling. Periodic lifting up to 50 pounds is required. Noise levels may be high at times.
EBAC offers a uniquely generous time off package and an outstanding benefits package that includes health; chiropractic; dental; voluntary life insurance (for yourself and your family), AD&D and SDT; accident and critical illness coverage (for yourself and family); flexible spending for medical, child care and commuter benefits; 403b retirement program; legal insurance; and, agency paid life insurance and long term disability coverage. East Bay Agency for Children is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diverse candidates to apply by sending a cover letter and resume to group25ebac.org, or by fax to 510-268-0143. Please use the job title as the subject. No phone calls please.
School Bus Attendant
Safely and reliably transport and assist students and other school district passengers to and from school, educational or sporting events, community-based programs and other special activities.
1. Safely care for and protect student passengers.
2. Conduct emergency evacuation drills as required.
3. Instruct passenger riders regarding safety.
4. Establish favorable working relationships with parents, school staff and Dean staff.
5. Attend training sessions, annual in-service and workshops conducted by Dean Transportation Inc. and/or other approved agencies.
Must pass background check, physical and ongoing drug screening.
1. Identify with geographic service area of school district and routes you travel.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of rules and regulations promulgated by local, state, and federal agencies.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of state laws and local ordinances.
4. Deal with exuberant behavior characteristics of youthful riders.
5. Administer disciplinary procedures in keeping with company and school district policies.
6. Be alert and exercise good judgment concerning emergencies and day-to-day operations.
7. Conduct a bus evacuation drill.
8. Keep accurate records and reports as required, submit in a legible condition, turn in at the specified time.
9. Conduct yourself as a professional Dean Transportation staff member at all times.
10. Secure all equipment that is required for each passenger as prescribed in company policy.
11. Be able to lift, store, and disassemble/assemble wheelchairs of a maximum weight of 40 pounds and/or other ambulatory devices required by the passenger.
BODY MECHANICS OF SCHOOL BUS ATTENDANT
School Bus Attendants are required through their employment to perform various tasks. These physical tasks require varying degrees of lifting, pulling, bending and carrying of heavy objects.
Some examples of these are:
1. Opening and closing of bus entrance and emergency doors.
2. Bending, pushing and pulling to load and unload a wheelchair, with or without a passenger, onto a lift platform, by exerting a maximum of 40 lb. of push / pull pressure.
3. Bending, supporting and otherwise physically helping passengers into and out of a school bus.
4. Carrying and lifting into and from the school bus, personal articles and adaptive equipment of various weights and sizes.
5. Bending and stretching for the cleaning and securement of equipment in the interior of the school bus.
6. Bend, stretch, pull and drag all persons, equipment or other types of articles that would be of varying sizes and weight out of emergency exits on demand.
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