Title – Plumber
School/Building – Maintenance Building – District
Number of Openings – 1
Close Date (11:59 p.m. Central) – Open until filled
Name – Dean Nemoir
Title – Director of Human Resources
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone – 920-906-6501
Position Start Date – As soon as possible
Salary/Wage – $23.81 – $25.87/hour
Appointment Type – Full Time
The person occupying this position must be capable of successfully performing the essential duties and responsibilities of the position with or without reasonable accommodation, including but not limited to the following:
- Must possess proven skills and experience in commercial/residential plumbing repair
- Must possess a State of Wisconsin Journeyman or Master Plumbers License
- Must possess a valid State of Wisconsin Driver License
- Under general supervision, perform skilled and semi-skilled or manual work on maintenance and repair jobs
- Assist in the repair and maintenance of all buildings and grounds
- Assist in transportation of supplies and equipment from storeroom
- Assist in moving heavy equipment, furniture and other materials when necessary
- Assist and participate in general snow removal and salting operations
- Performs other duties as directed by the Director of Facility Services and Safety
- Displays emotional stability, maturity and the ability to work and communicate effectively and cooperatively with staff, students, parents and the public
- Ability to create and sustain positive and productive interpersonal relationships in the workplace
- Previous work history indicates a good attendance record, dependability, reliability and a professional attitude
- Remain free of any alcohol or illegal substance in the workplace in compliance with Policy 2133.01 throughout their employment in the District
A written and performance test will be administered to all persons being considered for this position. Persons interested in this position in need of reasonable accommodation in the testing and interview process because of disability should contact the Human Resource Office.
LOCATION: East Central Wisconsin. Award-winning schools and staff. Sixty miles north of Milwaukee on Highway 41. Easy driving distance to University of Wisconsin systems located in Oshkosh, Madison, Milwaukee, and Green Bay. UW Campus (two years) and Marian University (four years) located in Fond du Lac. City population and surrounding area which constitutes the school district, approximately 45,000.
SCHOOLS: 14 schools – one high school, grades 9-12 with an alternative high school option; three middle schools, grades 6-8; nine elementary schools, grades 4K-5; and one STEM charter school serving grades 5 – 12. Individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences are encouraged to apply.
STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS: American Indian-.4%, Asian:-3%, Black-8%, Hispanic-14%, Pacific Islander-.1%, White-69%, Two or more:-6%
DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT: The mission of the Fond du Lac School District, in partnership with the family and the community, is to promote high achievement and foster the continuous growth of the whole child, so that each becomes a creative, contributing citizen in a global society by providing personalized learning opportunities in a safe, nurturing environment.
Belief that students must receive a high quality educational experience resulting in high student achievement
Belief in advancing the learning of all students in the district by addressing the entire range of inequities across race, ethnicity, social class, ability, gender, sexual/gender identity and their intersections.
Belief that the principal serves as an instructional leader.
Belief in the Professional Learning Community Model and the RTI / PBIS Framework.
Belief in collaborative and collective problem solving.
Belief that each student has intrinsic value and is a unique individual with different needs and abilities. Belief and background in educational accountability and that schools are accountable to the community. Belief in parent and community based partnerships and that families, schools, and community empower students to become responsible and accountable citizens.
Belief that positive and productive relationships create and support an environment conducive to optimal learning.
The Fond du Lac School District does not discriminate in the employment of support staff on the basis of the Protected Classes of race, color, national origin, age, sex (including transgender status, change of sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity) pregnancy, creed or religion, genetic information, handicap or disability, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, military service (as defined in 111.31, Wis. Stats.), ancestry, arrest record, conviction record, use or non-use of lawful products off the District’s premises during non-working hours, declining to attend an employer-sponsored meeting or to participate in any communication with the employer about religious matters or political matters, or any other characteristic protected by law in its employment practices.
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