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Employment Opportunities

Crossing Guard For Cumbola

• Must be able to cover morning AND afternoon bus stops
   • 3 hours per day/ 15 hours per week- depending on the school calendar
     • Clearances needed- Child Abuse, Criminal Background Check, and Fingerprinting
             •Candidate must also complete an online training class ( Saint Clair School to detail)

Interested candidates must send a letter to:
Blythe Twp
PO Box 91
Cumbola, PA 17930
EMAIL: [email protected]
PHONE: 570-277-0446

      Instructional Technology Teacher

                                 

The Saint Clair Area SD is seeking applicants for an Instructional Technology Teacher.  Applicants should possess a Pa. Technology Education PK-12 certification, or be willing to pursue certification.

Interested applicants should please submit a letter of interest, resume, Pa. Standard Application, and all required clearances to:

 

Thomas McLaughlin

Superintendent

Saint Clair Area SD

227 South Mill St.

St. Clair Pa. 17970

 

Deadline to apply is 6/30/2022.  EOE

 




Part-Time Maintenance


The Saint Clair Area School District is seeking applicants for a part-time maintenance worker. This position will assist in maintaining and repairing district property. Knowledge and experience in electrical, HVAC, and plumbing necessary.

Interested applicants please submit a letter of interest and resume to: Thomas McLaughlin Superintendent Saint Clair Area SD 227 South Mill St. Saint Clair, Pa. 17970 
 

 

Accepting Applications on a Rolling Basis for the Following Positions:

Starting at $12.50/ hr

Part-time Paraprofessional

Part-time Cafeteria Staff

Per Diem Office Staff


Per Diem Cleaning Staff

Per Diem Cafeteria Staff

Per Diem Paraprofessional

Application
(Applications also available in District Office)


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Substitute Teacher Program

 

 


Clearances

On Wednesday, July 1, 2015, Governor Wolf signed House Bill 1276, now Act 15 of 2015. The Act makes changes to the CPSL, as amended last year. Many of the changes are applicable to volunteers; however, there are a few changes applicable to employees. The amendment:

  • Added definitions for “direct volunteer contact,” “immediate vicinity,” and “routine interaction”
  • Waived fees for state criminal history checks and child abuse clearances for volunteers
  • Extended time period to obtain new certifications (previously called “clearances”) from thirty-six (36) months to sixty (60) months

 

Current Clearances: