General Position Responsibilities:
Under direct supervisor, this position is responsible to perform general field reading duties.
Summer Student Work Program Guidelines:
- Students must be at least 18 years of age by the time they begin employment.
- Students selected for the Summer Student Work Program will be expected to work 40 hours per week. Those requiring more than 40 hours of time-off during the Program, or require a work schedule of less than 40 hours per week, should not apply. Requests for time-off greater than 40 hours will not be accommodated.
- All requests for time-off during the Program must be approved, and requests of greater than 8 hours should be requested as far in advance as possible. The openings are considered to be temporary, full-time positions and all time-off will be unpaid, including holidays.
- The Summer Student Work Program will begin as soon as May 4, 2021 and will conclude on September 11, 2021. No summer employment will be extended beyond September 11, 2021.
- Students will be limited to two (2) years of District employment, unless there is a shortage of applicants. Third-year students in rare cases will be considered, based on District need, with approval of the President. Wage: first year $12.50 per hour; second year $13.50 per hour.
- First consideration will be given to students who have successfully completed one full year or more of college. College-bound students, or those with less than a full year of college level courses taken, will be considered for any remaining vacancies. All applicants must be a high school graduate or possess a General Education Diploma (GED).
- Students selected for the Summer Student Work Program are required to pass a background check and a pre-employment drug screen as a condition of employment.
- Have and maintain a valid Driver’s License while in this position.
- Strong organizational skills; personal initiative, attention to thoroughness, accuracy and details.
- Ability to work with general supervision.
- Knowledge of the District's service area preferred.
- Work inside and outside in all weather conditions and varying terrains for extended periods of time.
- Walk a typical length of 8 – 10 miles per day.
- Capable of stooping, bending and crouching throughout the work period.
- Capable of lifting 25 –75 pounds throughout the work period.
Specific Responsibilities may include:
- Reads and records information using a hand-held device. Must be able to complete the assigned route daily.
- Drive District vehicle in accordance with established District Driving and Safety policies and procedures, as well as strictly following traffic laws and ordnances.
- Report all unusual conditions, events or occurrences immediately to supervisor.
- Communicate with and assist customers, co-workers, and management professionally, regardless of provocation.
- Comply with and understand all pertinent District policies and procedures.
- Performs a variety of other duties as assigned.
An Equal Opportunity Employer “Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation"