Current Openings

  • Administrative Positions:

    The Central Square Central School District is accepting applications for the following position for the 2022-2023 school year:

    Executive Director of Personnel  (Civil Service Position Class Title ‐ Director of Employer/Employee Relations)
    Paul V. Moore High School

    Position Class Definition: 12‐month position
    Essential nature of work, degree of difficulty and responsibility.
    Assists local school district officials in the administration of a comprehensive labor relations program; does related work as required.

    This is a management‐level position providing direct service in all matters related to employee relations, requiring considerable use of independent judgment and initiative.  Work  is performed under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent, Superintendent or other designated school official and includes responsibility for all human resource/personnel management activities, including labor relations.

    Responsibilities include but will not be limited to:
    Typical activities characteristics of the class.
    •     Assists in drafting proposals, negotiating at the table, and administering labor agreements;
    •     Advises in the area of personnel administration, including human rights inquiries and Civil Service Law administration;
    •     Assists the district at Civil Rights and Title IX hearings;
    •     Assists the district at improper practice hearings, impasse procedures, etc.;
    •     Prepares employee contracts and/or handbooks and oversees printing and delivery to the district;
    •     Researches economic and non‐economic issues contained in labor agreements in the surrounding area;
    •     Acts as liaison between the district and County Personnel Department;
    •     Assists in the representation of employer at Unemployment Insurance and Workers' Compensation hearings;
    •     May conduct workshops and training sessions for Board of Education and administrative staff;
    •     Researches and advises district administrators on matters relating to Education Law;
    •     Assists in revising Board policy related to contractual issues.
    •     Oversees recruitment, selection, interview, and appointment processes for all staff, including preparation of the Superintendent’s recommendations to the Board; Oversees the  assessment of plans for long‐range personnel needs and recommends to the Superintendent;
    •     Develops and maintains a personnel records system;
    •     Assists in the development of regulations for staff evaluation and coordination of a periodic written performance evaluation for all teaching, administrative, supervisory and support staff;
    •     Serves as official designee at appropriate stages of the grievance procedure; plans, organizes, and represents the district in arbitration hearings with legal assistance when needed;
    •     Maintains Board policies and administrative regulations and assists in their development, amendment, and distribution;
    •     Determines and explains compensation, working conditions, and fringe benefits to employees and directs orientation for new staff;
    •     Analyzes and prepares job descriptions, personnel reports, and similar documents;
    •     Serves as District Records Access Officer, Records Disposition Officer, Title IX Officer, and ADA Compliance Officer;
    •     Performs other related duties as assigned by the Superintendent.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
    Summary of full performance level characteristics.
    •     Through knowledge of public personnel and labor relations administration, including New York State Labor Law, Education Law and Civil Service Law; principles and practices of labor relations and contract administration;
    •     Good knowledge of grievance handling and disciplinary procedures; research procedures;
    •     Ability to meet and deal effectively with officials, employees and the general public; communicate clearly and effectively, orally and in writing.

    Education and Experience:
    •     Possession of a juris doctoral degree and six (6)  years of professional experience in the area of personnel/labor administration, including five (5) years of labor relations experience involving responsibility to act as chief spokesperson at negotiations; OR
    •     Possession of a bachelor’s degree and eight (8) years of professional experience in the area of labor administration, including five (5) years of labor relations experience involving responsibility to act as chief spokesperson at negotiations; OR
    •     An equivalent combination of  training  and experience as defined by the limits  of "A" and "B" above.

    Note: Your degree or credit hours must have been awarded by a college or university accredited by a regional, national, or specialized agency recognized as an accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education/U.S. Secretary of Education. If your degree or credit hours were awarded by an educational institution outside the United States and its territories, you must  provide independent verification of equivalency.  You may contact the Human Resources Department for a list of acceptable companies who provide this service. You must pay the required evaluation fee.

    Required Certification/License:  Established by statute, rule or regulation governing position.

    Salary:  Commensurate with experience

    DEADLINE:  February 17, 2023

     

    Instructional Positions:

    The Central Square Central School District is accepting applications for the following positions: 

    Anticipated Openings:

    • 1 - Part-time .5 fte ENL teacher - All buildings
    • 1 - Cover Leave Speech Therapist
    • 1 - Long-term Social Studies teacher at Central Square Middle School from approximately April 10, 2023 through June 23, 2023
    • 1 - Cover Leave Earth Science teacher at Paul V. Moore High School from February 27, 2023 - June 23, 2023
    • 2 - School Psychologist Interns for 2023/2024 school year: 

    Essential Job Functions:

      • Work with students in all grade levels, as well as students in out-of-district placements;
      • Complete initial and re-evaluation comprehensive assessments and reports;
      • Provide one-to-one, group, and crisis counseling and interventions;
      • Collaborate as part of a team for Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP);
      • Participate in Response to Intervention (RtI) and Data Team meetings at the elementary and secondary levels;
      • Participate in CSE, Section 504, and CPSE meetings;
      • Consult with classroom teachers, support staff, and families

    The Central Square Central School District is always accepting SUBSTITUTE TEACHING/HOMEBOUND TUTOR applications. In addition to individuals who hold teaching certification, the District invites individuals with a bachelor’s degree to apply as non-certified substitute teachers (this includes retirees and college graduate students).

    The District is accepting applications for 2022/2023 school year for CERTIFIED HOMEBOUND TUTORS:

    • Salary $35 per hour; two or more students $37.50 per hour
    • Compensated for mileage
    • NYS Teaching Certification required

    If interested, please submit the following:

    • Substitute Teacher/Homebound Tutor application
    • Cover Letter
    • Resume
    • NYS Certification
    • Employment References

    Non-Instructional Positions:

    • School Bus Drivers (Full-Time, Part-Time and Substitutes)
      • Applicants must be 21 years of age and possess a clean, valid Driver's License.
      • Applicants must be able to work 6:00 am to 10:00 am and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm to be considered.
      • Free comprehensive paid training is provided to qualify for employment 
      • Subject to fingerprinting requirements. 
      • Applications can be received by emailing Personnel@cssdapps.org or visiting the Personnel Department homepage.

    • Head Automotive Mechanic (Full-Time)

    Subject to fingerprinting requirements. 

    Applications can be received by emailing Personnel@cssdapps.org or visiting the Personnel Department homepage.

    **MUST BE QUALIFIED ACCORDING TO OSWEGO CO. CIVIL SERVICE  

    This position has primary responsibility for supervising and performing skilled automotive repair and maintenance tasks to a variety of automotive equipment and related machinery requiring a thorough knowledge of the trade.  This class differs from Senior Automotive Mechanic because of a larger operation or because of additional involvement with the total operation of the transportation function such as assisting a superior in route planning, budget preparation, and supervision of bus drivers.  The work is performed under general supervision allowing wide leeway for the exercise of independent judgment in performing the technical aspects of the work. Supervision may be exercised over subordinate automotive mechanics and bus drivers.  The incumbent performs related work as required.

    PRIMARY WORK ACTIVITIES (but not limited to):

    --    Supervises, coordinates, and maintains preventive maintenance on school district motor vehicles;

    --    Performs skilled operations in the repair and overhaul of gasoline and diesel motor equipment, including trucks, tractors, cars, and buses;

    --    Repairs or replaces motor pumps, fuel pumps, generators, carburetors and shock absorbers;

    --    Repairs ignition systems, transmissions, brake systems, clutches, vehicle cooling systems, and front and rear axles;

    --    Adjusts connecting rods and bearings, steering mechanisms and aligns wheels;

    --    Greases vehicles, changes oil, oil filters, and other fluids;

    --    Makes minor welding and body repairs to automotive equipment;

    --    Keeps maintenance and repair records with established policies and procedures;

    --    Requisitions replacement of parts and equipment;

    --    Maintains trip records and prepares transportation reports including accident reports;

    --    Assists in establishing routes to be followed by the bus drivers;

    --    Calls and assigns substitute drivers;

    --    Maintains time records for payroll purposes;

    --    Assists in preparing transportation budget estimates and recommendations;

    --    May operate a school bus;

    --    Assigns drivers to special field trips.

    THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF:  Standard automotive repair methods and of the terminology and tools of the trade;

    ABILITY TO:  make difficult repairs to heavy automotive and other mechanical equipment; of operation of buses; of geography of the district; of safety procedures and traffic laws and regulations; plan and supervise the work of others; good motor and hand and eye coordination; manual dexterity; good physical condition.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    A.      Graduation from a regionally accredited or NYS registered college or technical school with an associate’s degree in automotive repair technology, automotive mechanic technology, automotive service technology, or related field and two (2) years of experience in the maintenance and repair of automotive equipment; OR

    B.      Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma and three (3) years of experience in the maintenance and repair of automotive equipment; OR

    C.      Four (4) years of experience in the maintenance and repair of automotive equipment; OR

    D.      An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of “A,” “B,” and “C” above.

    SPECIAL REQUIRMENT: 

    If the position involves the operation of a school bus, the following special requirement applies:

    Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age and be eligible for a CDL Class B motor vehicle license issued by New York State at the time of application for appointment.  Possession of the license at the time of permanent appointment.

    SALARY TO BE DETERMINED

      


    • Groundsworker (Full-Time)

    Subject to fingerprinting requirements. 

    Applications can be received by emailing Personnel@cssdapps.org or visiting the Personnel Department homepage.

    **MUST BE QUALIFIED ACCORDING TO OSWEGO CO. CIVIL SERVICE   

    Performs routine manual work in grounds maintenance activities, requiring some knowledge of grounds maintenance activities.  Work is performed under general supervision and assignments are outlined in detail and inspected periodically.  The incumbent performs related duties as required.

    PRIMARY WORK ACTIVITIES (but not limited to):   

    --  Mows, rakes, and cuts grass;

    --  Removes snow and ice and spreads sand and salt on walks, pathways, drives, and parking areas;

    --  Fertilizes, seeds, and cultivates lawns and athletic fields;

    --  Operates trucks, mowers, tractors, and snowplow in performance of duties;

    --  Hauls and spreads top soil, gravel, and related grounds-keeping materials;

    --  Plants and cares for trees, shrubs, and plants;

    --  When not working as a Groundsworker, does other routine manual work including minor maintenance tasks;

    --  Maintains equipment including, but not limited to painting, repairing, and lubricating as needed;

    --  Removes trash from buildings and grounds and deposits in proper places.

    WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF:  64.5 grounds maintenance activities;  196.8 willingness to perform manual work

    ABILITY TO:  67.1  follow oral and written directions.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    One year of experience in park or grounds maintenance activities. 

    REQUIRED CERTIFICATION/LICENSE:

    Established by statute, rule or regulation governing position.

    NOTE:  If the position requires the operation of a motor vehicle, then the following special requirement applies: 

    Eligibility for an appropriate motor vehicle operator’s license at time of application for appointment.  Possession of the license at time of appointment.

    Salary: $49,235.04

     


    Non-Instructional Substitute Positions:

    The Central Square Central School District is accepting applications for the following SUBSTITUTE positions:

    • Substitute School Nurse
      • Must hold an RN Certificate.
    • Substitute Food Service Helper
      • Will be an on-call basis for any of our six (6) school buildings.
      • On the job training is included.
    • Substitute Custodial Workers
      • Will be an on-call basis for any of our nine (9) buildings.
      • Must be willing to work either day or night shift and some Saturdays.
    • Substitute School Bus Monitors
      • Will be an on-call basis (Calls may come on short notice).
      • On the job training is included.
      • Must be able to pull 120 lbs. and pass a physical.

    Teaching Assistant Positions: 

    The Central Square Central School District is accepting applications for the 2022/2023 school year.  Applications can be received by emailing Personnel@cssdapps.org or visiting the personnel department's homepage.

    The Central Square School District is accepting applications for full-time Teaching Assistants.

    10 Months, 6.5 hours per day, Monday - Friday Days.

     NYS Teaching Assistant Certification Required.

    Starting Wage: $25,988.46

    *** Always accepting applications for Substitute (on call) Teaching Assistant positions