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Valley School District would like to thank you for your interest in a position with our school district. Open positions are posted throughout the year. You are encouraged to check frequently for new open positions. Valley School District is an equal opportunity employer, with an ongoing commitment to recruit, retain and support a highly qualified staff. For questions regarding employment, please contact Human Resources Manager, Danielle Tupek by email at Danielle.Tupek@valleysd.org 

Employment forms:

Employment Application
Washington State Sexual Misconduct Disclosure Release
Disclosure Statement

 

Current Position Openings


 

TITLE: Assistant ECEAP Teacher

DUTIES: The Assistant ECEAP Teacher will assist the Lead Teacher in the daily operation the ECEAP classroom with a group of children ages three to five years. The Assistant ECEAP teacher will be responsible for the following duties: (1) assisting with the planning, organizing and conducting activities in the ECEAP classroom to provide a quality preschool experience for children; (2) working closely with the Lead Teacher and families to facilitate growth in knowledge of child development, parenting techniques and meeting their families’ needs; (3) providing the children in care with a healthy, safe, nurturing, respectful, supportive and responsive environment; (4) preparing children for success in Kindergarten and beyond; (5) completing duties necessary for compliance with ECEAP, Early Achievers and the Department of Early Learning; and (6) implementing behavior management and guidance practices using the Second Step curriculum. The Assistant ECEAP teacher will work under the supervision of the Lead ECEAP Teacher but will be able to perform most tasks independently.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum requirements include one of the following: 1) documentation of at least 12 college quarter credits in Early Childhood Education, or a Professional Development Plan describing how to obtain full qualifications within five years; 2) hold a Childhood Development Associate credential; or 3) hold an Associate’s degree Early Childhood Education. Candidates must be at least eighteen years of age, hold a basic and infant/child CPR certification, first aid and blood borne pathogen (HIV/AIDS) training, pass TB test with a negative result, hold a valid Washington State Driver’s license, and pass a state and federal background check, including registering with MERIT. A valid food handler’s permit is preferred. This position requires documented child development education or work experience. This position has the following physical requirements: 1) ability to lift up to 45 pounds, often; 2) be on your feet about 95% of the day; 3) assume postures in low level positions; 4) bend to perform various tasks numerous times throughout the day; and 5) stoop and sit on the floor, as well as other requirements listed in the job description. Excellent interpersonal communication skills are required.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: This position will be scheduled to work 38 hours per week for the school year. The position is set to begin immediately and will continue through the 2014-15 school year. This position will be eligible for benefits and retirement.  

WORK SETTING: This position is located at Valley School District and reports to the Early Learning Center Director.

APPLICATIONS: Interested candidates should apply by submitting an application, disclosure statement, unofficial transcripts, three letters of recommendation, resume, and a letter of interest detailing relevant experience and qualifications, addressed to:

Human Resources
Valley School District #070
3030 Huffman Rd
Valley, WA 99181

Applicants will begin being reviewed on August 6, 2014; EOE

TITLE: Lead ECEAP Teacher

DUTIES:  The Lead ECEAP Teacher will oversee the daily operation the ECEAP classroom with a group of ages three to five years old. The Lead ECEAP teacher will be responsible for the following duties: (1) planning, coordinating, and implementing educational plans for preschool children including motivational activities to assist with modifying their behavior; (2) working closely with families to facilitate growth in knowledge of child development, parenting techniques and meeting their families’ needs; (3) providing the children in care with a healthy, safe, nurturing, respectful, supportive and responsive environment; (4) preparing children for success in Kindergarten and beyond; (5) completing duties necessary for compliance with ECEAP, Early Achievers and the Department of Early Learning; and (6) implementing behavior management and guidance practices using the Second Step curriculum. The Lead ECEAP teacher will work cooperatively with the parents and the director to communicate and develop the goals for the children.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum requirements include an Associate’s degree with the equivalent of thirty (30) college quarter credits in early childhood education or hold a valid Washington State teaching certificate with an endorsement in Early Childhood Education (P-3) or Early Childhood Special Education. Candidates must be at least eighteen years of age, hold a basic and infant/child CPR certification, first aid and blood borne pathogen (HIV/AIDS) training, pass TB test with a negative result, hold a valid Washington State Driver’s license, and pass a state and federal background check, including registering with MERIT. A valid food handler’s permit is preferred. This position requires documented child development education or work experience. This position has the following physical requirements: 1) ability to lift up to 45 pounds, often; 2) be on your feet about 95% of the day; 3) assume postures in low level positions; 4) bend to perform various tasks numerous times throughout the day; and 5) stoop and sit on the floor, as well as other requirements listed in the job description. Excellent interpersonal communication skills are required.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: This position will be scheduled to work 8 hours a day, for the school year. The position is set to begin immediately and will continue through the 2014-15 school year. This position will be eligible for benefits and retirement.  

WORK SETTING: This position is located at Valley School District and reports to the Early Learning Center Director.

APPLICATIONS: Interested candidates should apply by submitting an application, disclosure statement, unofficial transcripts, three letters of recommendation, resume, and a letter of interest detailing relevant experience and qualifications, addressed to:

Human Resources
Valley School District #070
3030 Huffman Rd
Valley, WA 99181

Applicants will begin being reviewed on August 6, 2014; EOE

TITLE: Lead Preschool Teacher

DUTIES:  The Lead Preschool Teacher will oversee the daily operation the preschool classroom with a group of ages three to five years. The Lead Preschool teacher will be responsible for the following duties: (1) planning, coordinating, and implementing educational plans for preschool children including motivational activities to assist with modifying their behavior; (2) working closely with families to facilitate growth in knowledge of child development, parenting techniques and meeting their families’ needs; (3) providing the children in care with a healthy, safe, nurturing, respectful, supportive and responsive environment; (4) preparing children for success in Kindergarten and beyond; (5) completing duties necessary for compliance with Early Achievers and the Department of Early Learning; and (6) implementing behavior management and guidance practices using the Second Step curriculum. The Lead Preschool teacher will work cooperatively with the parents and director to communicate and develop the goals for the children.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum requirements include an Associate’s degree with the equivalent of thirty (30) college quarter credits in early childhood education or hold a valid Washington State teaching certificate with an endorsement in Early Childhood Education (P-3) or Early Childhood Special Education. Candidates must be at least eighteen years of age, hold a basic and infant/child CPR certification, first aid and blood borne pathogen (HIV/AIDS) training, pass TB test with a negative result, hold a valid Washington State Driver’s license, and pass a state and federal background check, including registering with MERIT. A valid food handler’s permit is preferred. This position requires documented child development education or work experience. This position has the following physical requirementsL: 1) ability to lift up to 45 pounds, often; 2) be on your feet about 95% of the day; 3) assume postures in low level positions; 4) bend to perform various tasks numerous times throughout the day; and 5) stoop and sit on the floor, as well as other requirements listed in the job description. Excellent interpersonal communication skills are required.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: This position will be scheduled to work 8 hours a day, for the fiscal year. The position is set to begin immediately and will continue through the 2014-15 school year. This position will be eligible for benefits and retirement.  

WORK SETTING: This position is located at Valley School District and reports to the Early Learning Center Director.

APPLICATIONS: Interested candidates should apply by submitting an application, disclosure statement, unofficial transcripts, three letters of recommendation, resume, and a letter of interest detailing relevant experience and qualifications, addressed to:

Human Resources
Valley School District #070
3030 Huffman Rd
Valley, WA 99181

Applicants will begin being reviewed on August 6, 2014; EOE

 
TITLE: Information Technology (IT) Help Desk 

DUTIES: The Information Technology (IT) Help Desk will provide on-demand technical assistance and support for all technology users in the district. This includes software, hardware and operational support to ensure minimal down time and greatest staff productivity. This position has the following responsibilities. (1) Analyze software, hardware, and network-related problems reported by users, diagnose problems, and determine appropriate solutions for the user. (2) Log all calls as to origin and type and track amount of time needed to complete entire service process. (3) Assist in training staff regarding either changes in technology or areas of concern. (4) Consult and/or assist manufacturer’s representatives in the installation of new or malfunctioning equipment. (5) Assist the Information Technology Systems Administrator in the purchase of technology assets, both hardware and software. (6) Monitor and maintain software assets that are installed within the district. (7) Maintain network user accounts, telephone numbers and extensions  Other related duties will be required as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a High School diploma or equivalent. One year of experience supporting Windows in a highly networked environment is preferred. Interpersonal communication skills are required and applicants should have the ability to clearly communicate verbally and in writing. Requirements also include the ability to write clear and concise technical procedures and to handle multiple requests for assistance in an organized manner.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: This is an entry-level IT position that will be eligible for benefits and retirement. This position will work seven (7) hours per day for the school year. 

WORK SETTING: This position is located in the Valley School District Office and reports to the IT Systems Administrator.

APPLICATION: Interested applicants should apply by submitting an application, disclosure statement, unofficial transcripts, three letters of recommendation, résumé and a letter of interest detailing their relevant experience and qualifications, addressed to:

Human Resources
Valley School District #070
3030 Huffman Rd
Valley, WA 99181

Position open until filled; EOE.


Title: CVA Substitute Teacher Pool

DUTIES: The Substitute Teacher will be responsible for providing an educational atmosphere where students have the opportunity to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical and psychological growth. The substitute teacher is also responsible for organizing and implementing an instructional program that results in students achieving academic success in accordance with Valley School District and the federal and state laws. Duties will include implementing instructional activities for students, maintaining effective and efficient record keeping procedures as prescribed by Columbia Virtual Academy including weekly contact and monthly reviews, providing a positive environment for students to be actively engaged in the learning process, and continuing ongoing communication with student, parents and colleagues within established timelines. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum requirements include a four year college degree, a valid Washington State teaching certificate K-8, and certified status as a Highly Qualified Teacher in a specific core subject area. All core subject areas will be considered. Interpersonal communication skills are required, and applicants should have the ability to clearly communicate verbally and in writing. Ability to learn and apply all required and recommended CVA computer applications to create efficiency and consistency in internal workflows and instructional practices. Operational knowledge of the Internet and Web-related technologies.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: The position will be an as needed position with the district. Pay is based on current substitute teacher rates.

WORK SETTING: This position is located in the Valley School District and is required to report to work each day at the CVA-Valley Campus. This position reports to the CVA Principal.

REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS:  Interested applicants should apply by submitting an application, disclosure statement, unofficial transcripts, valid teaching certificate and letter of interest detailing their relevant experience and qualifications, addressed to:

Human Resources
Valley School District #070
3030 Huffman Rd
Valley, WA 99181

Position open until filled; review of applicants will begin on 04/14/2014.


Substitute Teacher Pool

Valley School District #070 is seeking qualified Substitute Teacher applicants. Qualified teachers will have a valid Washington state teaching certificate.

APPLICATIONS: Interested applicants should apply by submitting a cover letter, completed application form including three letters of recommendation, disclosure form, state mandated sexual misconduct form, unofficial copies of all college transcripts and a copy of a current certificate addressed to:

Human Resources
Valley School District #070
3030 Huffman Rd Valley, WA 99181


VSD Non-discrimination Statement

Valley School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained guide dog  or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees of the Valley School District at 3030 Huffman Rd., Valley, WA 99181 are designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Danielle Tupek, Title IX Liaison; Janet Williams, Section 504/ADA Coordinator; Kevin Foster, Compliance Coordinator for State Law (RCW 28A.640/28A.642). A complaint regarding alleged discrimination may be made by e-mail to: compliance@valleysd.org, or by calling the district office at 509-937-2791.