The Instructional Materials Clerk will be responsible for scheduling students and classes for the computer and/or science lab use; the circulation of instructional materials; assembling and shelving materials; keeping track of inventory--books, tapes, etc.; developing a tutoring plan for participating students; maintaining communication with cooperating teachers regarding students’ progress; taking care of miscellaneous paperwork which would include keeping records on participating students; repairing equipment and materials; providing an attractive environment in the computer and/or science lab; other duties as required.
High school education or equivalent. Must have knowledge of typing, filing, correspondence, spelling, English, and simple mathematical computations; some computer knowledge desirable; ability to learn resource center operations, procedures and equipment; must type at a speed of not less than forty (40) words per minute and must receive a satisfactory score of 80% on the district screening test; establish and maintain cooperative relationships with students, faculty, and other employees.
Salary and Terms of Service:
Salary range (17) $12.00 to $15.43 per hour, eight (8) steps, three and one-half (3.5) hours per day, five (5) days per week. Holidays, sick leave, and vacation benefits.
Apply Online. Application, resume, California High School Diploma dated 1981 or later or a Certificate of Proficiency, and valid typing certificate (within one year from an accredited institution) are required by the closing date of May 2, 2012. It shall be the applicant's responsibility to supply copies of their letters of recommendation and any other materials desired to be included in the application. District screening test will be given Wednesday, May 2, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the district office board room. If you do not have a passing score on file, contact the Personnel Department to reserve a space. Please be prompt.
All applications will be screened and interviews scheduled for qualified applicants. If after interviews suitable applicants are not found, the search will continue. As required by California State Law should you be employed by the District, your fingerprints will be taken and submitted to the Justice Department and the FBI for a background check. Processing fee will be at applicant's expense.