Current Employment Opportunities
Ninety Six Elementary School Cafeteria Manager - Greenwood County SD52
This position is open to personnel who are already part of the District Nutrition Services Department
Reports to: Director of Nutrition Services and School Principal
SUMMARY: Manages an individual school food service operation in an organized and efficient manner by directing the activities of cafeteria workers, while also meeting federal, state and district requirements.
190 Days per year.
8 Hours per day.
Pay Range: $ 7.41- $13.41 an hour. (Determined by experience and qualifications)
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Please send a one page Letter of Interest explaining your reason and brief qualifications for the position to the attention of Human Resources Department at the following email address: Jobs52@gmail.com. A paper copy may be mailed or dropped off at the district office at Human Resources, 605 Johnston Road, Ninety Six, SC 2966, or sent via fax at 864-543-3704. Mailed copies must be postmarked no later than on the closing date. The position opening will close at on .
Mailing Address: Attn: Personnel, GCSD52. Ninety Six, South Carolina 29666
Positions are also posted at the following websites. (An application may be completed at these sites, and Applitrack will allow the uploading of LOI’s, Resumes and Reference letters)
Greenwood School District 52 is currently seeking a part-time School Psychologist Level ll.
Hours and days are flexible to meet the needs of the students.
Reports Directly to: Director of Special ServicesPurposes: To promote the cognitive, social, and personal development of all students.
A School Psychologist should maintain proper credentials by staying certified (licensure) through appropriate training and college credit. She/he should also stay knowledgeable of current psycho-educational tests, practices, and special education law through current literature, online groups, and professional memberships.
Regular duties of a School Psychologist include attending and leading IEP meetings, and completing all IEP related paperwork into the state database and for the parent. She/he is responsible for direct consultation with administrators, teachers/staff, parents, and students, assessments of students from diverse backgrounds using multiple assessment tools, psychoeducational report writing, collecting and analyzing data, attending Part C to B transition meetings, and explaining district services to families. She/he is responsible for meeting all Federal, State, and District timelines; as well as, those and other duties assigned by the Director of Student Services.
Please send resume and letter of interest to Kelly Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, July 20, 2017.