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7-12 Physical Science Teacher


The position of 7-12 Physical Science Teacher is open at Northridge High School for school year 2022-23.  The right candidate must hold a valid Ohio Teacher’s License, have a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education, be highly qualified in the subject matter, have a passion for teaching, and be dedicated to student achievement and success.

 

Qualified candidates should apply online via the Dayton Area School Consortium at https://www.applitrack.com/dayton/onlineapp/.

 

The deadline for applying online is July 2, 2022.

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Intervention Specialist (9-12 Grade)

Northridge High School has the need for an Intervention Specialist for 9–12 grade for school year 2022-23.

 

The right candidates must hold a valid Ohio Teacher’s License, have a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education, be highly qualified in the subject matter, have a passion for teaching, and be dedicated to student achievement.

 

Those interested and qualified should apply online via the Dayton Area School Consortium at https://www.applitrack.com/dayton/onlineapp/.

 

The deadline for submitting applying online is July 2, 2022.


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Internal Certified Openings

None at this time.

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Classified Openings

POSITION:  Janitor
 
Qualified candidates apply online via the Dayton Area School Consortium at https://www.applitrack.com/dayton/onlineapp/.  The deadline to apply is July 10, 2022.
 
Minimum Qualifications:
  • High school diploma or GED.  Post-secondary training in a trade is desirable.
  • Meets all mandated health requirements.
  • Documented evidence of a clear criminal record at the time of hire and every five (5) years thereafter.
  • Custodial and/or building maintenance experience is preferred.
  • Basic mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and carpentry skills.
  • Ability to read and comply with Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
  • Knowledge of pneumatic, microelectronic, and other HVAC control systems.
  • Knowledge of boiler operations, preventive maintenance, and repair procedures.
  • Available to respond to building and/or service emergencies.
  • Available to substitute for custodians when needed.
  
Responsibilities and Essential Functions:  The following duties are representative of performance expectations.  A reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a qualified individual with a disability to perform essential functions.
  • Checks daily to find out if a school activity requires preparation or clean up.
  • Upholds board policies and follows administrative procedures.
  • Promotes a favorable image of the school district.
  • Monitors building conditions during working hours.  Recognizes when problems may be developing (e.g., unusual odors, noises, leaks, etc.).  Immediately reports suspected problems and/or unsafe conditions.  Maintains clear routes to fire exits.
  • Performs custodial duties.  Provides for the regular and orderly removal of trash.  Cleans floors.  Sanitizes toilet rooms.  Re-supplies toilet paper, towels, soap, etc.  Polishes furniture/woodwork.  Washes windows.
  • Performs minor repairs that do not unduly disrupt the routine work schedule.  Avoids disrupting building activities except during emergencies.
  • Prepares for community and school activities in and around the building and cleans up after the event or activity.
  • Monitors the building’s heating and ventilating equipment.  Reports concerns.
  • Deals with unexpected situations (e.g., ill children, spills, broken glass, etc.).
  • Follows approved safety procedures to clean up injuries involving chemicals, solvents, blood, body fluids and/or body tissues.  Participates in occupational safety and health training programs as directed.
  • Cleans, moves, and arranges furnishings, supplies, and equipment as directed.
  • Anticipates needs and replenishes consumable supplies to avoid interrupting the regular work schedule.
  • Helps with the receipt of deliveries.  Unloads trucks.  Inspects packages for damage.  Verifies quantities.  Organizes and stores supplies.
  • Inspects HVAC equipment as directed.  Helps prepare boilers for annual inspections and summer shutdown.
  • Complies with safety regulations and environmental laws.  Ensures that custodial supplies are labeled and stored safely.
  • Prepares  and submits reports, records, and inventories as directed.
  • Promptly documents all accidents/injuries.
  • Removes snow, ice, and debris along sidewalks to public entrances.
  • Picks-up and delivers equipment, materials, and other supplies as directed.
  • Reports student discipline problems, vandalism, or other related concerns.
  • Inspects safety equipment (e.g., emergency lights, alarm systems, ground fault protectors, etc.) as directed.  Anticipates and is prepared for fire, health, and safety inspections.
  • Acts responsibly to protect district equipment and property.  Takes appropriate action during adverse weather conditions.  Responds to building emergencies as requested.
  • Helps with basic maintenance needs of the building and completes work orders for larger maintenance needs.
  • Helps deal with unexpected circumstances or pressing district needs as directed.
  • Helps manage building security.  Assists rental groups as directed.  Directs visitors to the office.  Secures the building at the end of the workday.
  • Takes precautions to ensure student safety.  Reports unauthorized persons or suspicious circumstances immediately.
  • Reports evidence of suspected child abuse as required by law.
  • Keeps current and shares knowledge about advances in equipment technology.
  • Promotes a positive image of the custodial department.  Wears appropriate work attire and maintains a neat appearance.
  • Respects personal privacy.  Maintains the confidentiality of privileged information.
  • Participates in staff meetings and professional growth activities as directed.
  • Maintains a positive and courteous attitude when dealing with others.
  • Accepts responsibility for personal decisions and conduct.
  • Strives to develop rapport and serve as a positive role model for others.
  • Performs other specific job-related duties as directed.
  • Completes Public School Works Training as required by the district.
  
Abilities Required:
  • Demonstrates professionalism and maintains a positive work attitude.
  • Takes the initiative to identify and solve problems independently.
  • Communicates effectively using verbal, nonverbal, and writing skills.
  • Completes detailed paperwork accurately.
  • Works cooperatively to support a successful team effort.
  • Averts problem situations and intervenes to resolve conflicts.
  • Reacts productively to interruptions and changing conditions.
  • Lifts, carries, and/or moves custodial supplies and equipment.
  • Climbs and works from a ladder or other equipment that requires balancing skills.
  • Works in confined spaces that may limit physical movement.
  • Performs activities that require reaching, crouching, kneeling, and/or crawling.
  • Maintains an acceptable attendance record and is punctual.
  • Travels to meetings and work assignments.
  
Working Conditions:  Exposure to the following situations may range from remote to frequent based on circumstances and factors that may not be predictable.
  • Potential for exposure to blood borne pathogens and communicable diseases.
  • Potential for interaction with disruptive and/or unruly individuals.
  • Exposure to adverse weather conditions and seasonal temperature extremes.
  • Duties may require operating and/or riding in a vehicle.
  • Exposure to loud noises and equipment vibrations.
  • Duties may require operating power tools and exposure to electrical hazards.
  • Duties may require exposure to chemicals, combustible materials, air borne particulates, and odors.
  • Duties may require wearing protective clothing and using safety equipment.
  • Duties may require working under time constraints to meet deadlines.
  • Duties require working during the evening and/or weekend.

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POSITION:  SCHOOL BUS DRIVER File 703 - Bus Driver.pdf

 

Position Purpose

Under the general supervision of the Transportation Supervisor, to ensure the safe transportation of students, staff, and others to and from school, residential neighborhoods, and field trips.
 

Minimum Qualifications

•     High school diploma or GED.

•     Meets all mandated health requirements.

•     Documented evidence of a clear criminal record at the time of hire and every five years thereafter.

•     Self-directed and able to learn required skills for the position.

•     Valid Ohio Department of Education Permit appropriate for the assignment.

•     Training in first aid, CPR, and physical/behavioral management techniques.

•     Congenial disposition and strong interpersonal skills.

 

Qualified candidates apply online via the Dayton Area School Consortium at https://www.applitrack.com/dayton/onlineapp/.  Posting is open ended until the position is filled.




POSITION:  BUS AIDE - 2 HOURS PER DAY - August – June (9 months)
 
Minimum Qualifications:
•     High school diploma or GED.
•     Meets all mandated health requirements.
•     Documented evidence of a clear criminal record at the time of hire and every five years thereafter.
•     Self-directed and able to learn required skills for the position.
•     Valid Ohio Department of Education Permit appropriate for the assignment.
•     Training in first aid, CPR, and physical/behavioral management techniques.
•     Congenial disposition and strong interpersonal skills.
 
Qualified candidates apply online via the Dayton Area School Consortium at https://www.applitrack.com/dayton/onlineapp/.
 
Responsibilities and Essential Functions:
  • Checks with the transportation supervisor to learn about the needs of students being transported.
  • Seeks advice when expectations are unclear.
  • Is sufficiently knowledgeable about the bus route to assist a substitute driver.
  • Upholds board policies and follows administrative procedures.
  • Promotes a favorable image of the school district.
  • Helps with bus loading and unloading procedures.   Operates the wheelchair lift.
  • Assists student with mobility needs.  Ensure that students are comfortable and safely secured.
  • Ensures that wheelchairs are properly secured before the bus starts.
  • Inspects harnesses, restraints, and other safety devices.  Immediately corrects or reports unsafe conditions and/or defective equipment.
  • Offers help when students ask or their behavior suggests they need assistance.
  • Avoids being intrusive.  Solves student concerns discreetly.
  • Respects personal privacy.  Maintains the confidentiality of privileged information.

POSITION:  SUBSTITUTE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS
 
Qualified candidates apply online via the Dayton Area School Consortium at https://www.applitrack.com/dayton/onlineapp/.
 
Position Purpose
Under the general supervision of the Transportation Supervisor, to ensure the safe transportation of students, staff, and others to and from school, residential neighborhoods, and field trips.
 
Minimum Qualifications
•     High school diploma or GED.
•     Meets all mandated health requirements.
•     Documented evidence of a clear criminal record at the time of hire and every five years thereafter.
•     Meets qualifications defined in the current Ohio Revised Code, Ohio Pupil Transportation Operation & Safety Rules, and school board policy.
•     Completion of the Ohio Pre-service School Bus Driver Training Program.
•     Valid Commercial Drivers License (CDL) with a school bus endorsement and a satisfactory driving record as a condition of initial and continued employment.
•     Satisfactory pre-employment and ongoing random drug test results.
•     Ability to physically manage students with disabilities.
•     Ability to anticipate and deal with stressful traffic and weather conditions.
•     Demonstrates maturity and ability to work with students and their families.
•     Training in first aid, CPR, and physical/behavioral management techniques.
•     Congenial disposition and strong interpersonal skills.
 
Responsibilities and Essential Functions
•     Operates the bus according to all motor vehicle laws.
•     Upholds board policies and follows administrative procedures.
•     Promotes a favorable image of the school district. 
•     Practices defensive driving techniques.  Maintains established routes and time schedules:  Note: Safety is the top priority even if delays disrupt the bus schedule. 
•     Transports only authorized passengers.  Picks up and unloads students only at approved stops.  Keeps route sheets up-to-date.  Offers routing suggestions. 
•     Performs pre-trip and post-trip safety inspections.  Checks fire, emergency equipment, and first aid supplies.   Prepares written inspection reports.
•     Offers help when students ask or their behavior suggest they need assistance.
•     Remains on the bus to supervise loading and unloading procedures. Never leaves keys on an unoccupied bus
•     Operates the wheelchair lift.  Ensures that wheelchairs are properly secured before the bus starts.
•     Inspects harnesses, restraints, and other safety devices.  Immediately corrects or reports unsafe conditions and/or defective equipment.
•     Is prepared to assist students with medical or other health emergencies.
•     Monitors student behavior.  Enforces safety regulations.  Maintains high standards and upholds the student conduct code.





POSITION: SUBSTITUTE CAFETERIA WORKER


Minimum Qualifications:

• High School Diploma or GED

• Meets all mandated health requirements.

• Documented evidence of a clear criminal record.

• Available and able to promptly report for work when called.

• Self-directed and able to learn required skills for the position.


Qualified candidates apply online via the Dayton Area School Consortium at https://www.applitrack.com/dayton/onlineapp/ AND submit a letter of interest and resume to Judi Hunter, Food Service Director, [email protected] Northridge Local School District, 2008 Timber Lane., Dayton, OH 45414.


Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

The following duties are representative of performance expectations. A reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a qualified individual with a disability to perform essential functions.

• Checks with the supervisor for assignments and/or instructions. Carefully follows all directions. Learn skills needed to perform all assigned duties.  Seeks advice when expectations are unclear.

• Upholds board policies and follows administrative procedures.

• Promotes a favorable image of the school district.

• Assists with deliveries. Organizes, stores, dates, and rotates stock as

directed.

• Helps other staff as needed to met established schedules. Carefully uses supplies.

• Ensures compliance with all food preparation regulations (e.g., food temperatures, sanitation procedures, etc.)

• Sets up serving lines and replenishes supplies as directed.

• Properly stores or disposes of leftover food.

• Cleans, washes, and sanitizes equipment and food preparation areas (e.g., work surfaces, cooking equipment, serving lines, accidental spills, etc.) stores supplies and equipment as directed.

• Learns how to operate the fire suppression system.

• Promotes a positive image of the food service program. Wears appropriate work attire and maintains a neat appearance.

• Respects personal privacy. Maintains the confidentiality of privileged information.

• Assists with special district events and rental groups when assigned.  

• Reports student discipline problems, vandalism, or other related concerns.

• Promptly documents all accidents/injuries.

• Takes precautions to ensure student safety. Reports unauthorized persons or suspicious circumstances immediately.

• Reports evidence of suspected child abuse as required by law.

• Maintains a positive and courteous attitude when dealing with others.

• Accepts responsibility for personal decisions and conduct.

• Strives to develop rapport and serve as a positive role model for others.

• Performs other specific job-related duties as directed.

• Completes Public School Works training as required by the district.




                                                                                             



Athletic Openings


Cheerleading - Middle School Coach for 2022-2023 SY.


Northridge Middle School is searching for a Cheerleading - Middle School Coach for SY 2022-2023.  Candidates with coaching experience and a valid Pupil Activity Permit are preferred.

Those qualified and interested should email a letter of interest, resume with references, and certifications to:

NATHAN FARMER, A.D.
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The deadline to email a letter of interest and resume is June 17, 2022.

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Football - 7/8 Grade Asst. Coach for 2022-2023 SY.


Northridge Middle School is searching for a Football - 7/8 Grade Assistant Coach for SY 2022-2023.  Candidates with football coaching experience and a valid Pupil Activity Permit are preferred.

Candidates interested and qualified should email a letter of interest, resume with references, and certifications to:

NATHAN FARMER, A.D.
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The deadline to email a letter of interest and resume is June 17, 2022.

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Substitute Openings


Substitute Teachers


There is a great need for excellent substitute teachers in our district.  

A substitute teacher carries out the absent teacher's prepared lesson plans.  Note:  During a prolonged absence as defined by board policy, the substitute is responsible for performing all essential functions identified in the absent teacher's job description.

Qualifications include:
  • Completed application for a short term or long term substitute teacher license.  Valid Ohio teacher's license or certificate is preferred.
  • Meets all mandated health requirements.
  • Documented evidence of a clear criminal record and drug test results.
  • Demonstrates professionalism and maintains a positive work attitude.
  • Skillfully manages individual, group, and organizational interactions.
  • Communicates effectively using verbal, nonverbal, and written skills.
  • Completes detailed paperwork accurately.
  • Organizes tasks and manages time effectively.
  • Averts problem situations and intervenes to resolve conflicts.
  • Lifts, carries, and/or moves instructional supplies and equipment.
  • Performs activities that may require reaching, crouching, and/or kneeling.
  • Uses self control, perseverance, and physical skill to manage students.
  • Maintains and acceptable attendance record and is punctual.
  • Travels to meetings and work assignments.
Those qualified and interested are welcome to apply for school year 2021-2022.
 
Applications are being accepted on the Dayton Area School Consortium

 
The District provides equal opportunities for employment, retention, and advancement of all personnel.  This Board encourages all personnel to assist in the accomplishment of this goal through their personal commitment to the concept of equal opportunity for all personnel regardless of race, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, religion, sex, economic status, age, military status or disability.
 




Please contact the Northridge Board Office for more information.

Northridge Local Schools
2008 Timber Lane
Dayton, OH 45414
(937) 278-5885

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