Employment


Mechanic

(Full-Time/Year Round)

RSU21 seeks an experienced mechanic to maintain and repair all district owned vehicles, including grounds and snow removal equipment, to assure maximum safety and efficiency of vehicle operation.

QUALIFICATIONS: INCLUDING EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND EXPERIENCE:           

A minimum of two years as an automotive or truck mechanic preferred

Valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License with school bus and passenger endorsements or ability to obtain endorsements within 90 days of hire date.

State of Maine Inspection License for school buses or ability to obtain one within 90 days of hire.

State of Maine Inspection License for regular vehicles or ability to obtain one within 90 days of hire.

Valid DOE fingerprinting certification.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE:

Performing preventative maintenance and emergency service for all vehicles.

Maintaining/repairing bus engines, transmissions, brake systems etc.

Performing state inspections for both district vehicles and buses.  

Maintaining inventory of parts necessary for effective turnaround time on repairs.

Maintaining an organized work area for safe operation of the garage.

Processing work orders and maintaining detailed records of repairs.

Plowing as needed during the winter months.

Driving bus as a substitute driver as determined by Transportation Supervisor.

Performing other related duties as assigned by the Transportation Director or appropriate administrator.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:         

52 weeks per year. 40 hours per week. Earned paid vacation. Full Benefits/Competitive Wage and benefits package.

 

Master Electrician

(Full-Time/Year Round)

RSU21 seeks an experienced electrician to maintain district electrical applications to ensure maximum safety and efficiency of electrical applications and services.

QUALIFICATIONS: INCLUDING EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND EXPERIENCE:           

High School Diploma/GED (or equivalent).

Master Electrician License.

5 years preferred experience as a licensed electrician.

5 years of preferred experience working in an education or medical environment.

5 years of preferred experience with Building Automation Systems (BAS), lighting controls, refrigeration systems, surveillance/fire/burglar alarm systems, troubleshooting complex electrical systems and/or components.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE:

Assessing and reporting required repairs or maintenance needs to the Facilities Manager.

Designing and installing new circuits and/or systems as directed.

Performing maintenance actions as assigned.

Assisting with inspections as directed.

Identifying Life/Safety needs and expediting project completion to ensure campus safety.

Researching and recommending system upgrades and repairs to achieve desired efficiency.

Maintaining licensing currency and continuing education requirements.

Conducting periodic inspections and testing of equipment to ensure safe function and operation.

Optimizing district systems for energy conservation.

Ensuring that local, state, and federal codes are met and maintained.

Applying for electrical permits as needed.

Performing other duties as assigned.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:         

52 weeks per year. 40 hours per week. Earned paid vacation. Full Benefits/Competitive Wage and benefits package.



Custodian Shift Leader

(2nd Shift/Full-Time/Year Round)

Previous supervisory experience in a housekeeping environment required

Full Benefits/Competitive Wage


Full time School Bus Drivers

$1,500 Sign-on Bonus

The RSU 21 Board has authorized a one time sign on bonus of $1500 to new Commercial Driver Licensed (CDL) drivers to be applied uniformly to a specified class of drivers administered through the RSU 21 Business Office until suitable candidates are found.

1.      Newly hired drivers who hold a CDL with school bus endorsements will be awarded $500 following 90 days of employment. The remaining $1,000 will be awarded to the driver following their one year anniversary date of hire and active service as a utility driver. Total sign-on bonus to be $1,500.

2.        Newly hired drivers who do not currently hold a CDL with school bus endorsements will be awarded $500 with proof of required CDL endorsements following 90 days employment or at which time they receive their CDL to drive a bus following 90 days of employment. The remaining $1,000 will be awarded to the driver following their one year anniversary date of hire and active service as a utility driver. Total sign-on bonus to be $1,500.

 A class B license with S & P endorsements, Fingerprinting (CHRC), drug testing, DOT physical and a good driving record are required. Excellent benefits including health, dental, life insurance and paid holidays. Lots of field trips, sports trips and summer work available for extra hours. Pay according to driving experience. Training available.


2019-2020 VACANCIES

Grant Funded Ed Tech II - (1 Year Only)

(Mildred L. Day School)

This position is a 2019-2020 school year position.

Potential for continuation of position in future school years 

is dependent on grant funding.

The position will support students receiving Title I services in Literacy and Math.

Experience in literacy instruction a plus.


.17 Dance Instructor

(Kennebunk High School)

1 year-long course open to students in grades 9-12

Maine Certification (517) K-12 required


.85 Middle School Art Teacher

State of Maine Certification 620

The Middle School of the Kennebunks is accepting applications for an innovative, dynamic art teacher with interest in a student centered, multimedia instructional model.  Experience in studio art practices and digital art preferred. The ability to work with a team and a keen understanding of the middle level student are essential.


Classroom Teacher MULTI-AGE K/1

(Kennebunkport Consolidated School)

Maine 020 General Elementary K-8 certification required




KHS Transition Technician/Job Coach

Special Education

Ed Tech III

(Beginning 2019-2020 School Year)

Kennebunk High School is seeking an individual who has experience working with special needs students grades 9-12 and/or human resource experience with providing support and training for new hires in entry-level positions. Job coach credentials are required. This person will work with the KHS Transition Specialist/Job Developer. Prior knowledge of vocational programming/training and community workforce resources is a plus. Duties include providing assistance with student school-to-work transition planning: career exploration, workplace readiness, job skill development with entry level positions, and on-site job coaching. This position requires flexibility working with students both on-campus and in the workplace.

Ed Tech II - Special Education 

(Kennebunk High School) 

Background in high school curriculum and experience working at the high

school level



ED TECH II - SPECIAL EDUCATION

(Kennebunk Elementary School)
Experience working with students with behavioral and emotional challenges required. Appropriate certification required.

Ed Tech II - Special Education

(Mildred L. Day School)

Experience working with elementary students requiring direct instruction to learn functional, academic, and social skills.

Appropriate certification required

Ed Tech II – Special Education

(Kennebunk High School)

Experience working with secondary students requiring direct instruction

to learn functional, academic, social and vocational skills.    

Appropriate certification required

 Ed Tech II – Special Education

(Kennebunk High School)

Experience working with secondary students on the autism spectrum required.

Appropriate certification required

(1) Ed Tech II – Special Education

(Kennebunkport Consolidated School)

Experience working with secondary students on the autism spectrum required.

Appropriate certification required

 

.4 CONTRACTED SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PROVIDER

State of Maine Certification (093)

Successful candidate will be a licensed professional with experience completing psycho-educational evaluations at the elementary level

 

 Specialized Substitutes

(on call basis)

Proper licensure required

Speech/Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Physical Therapists

 

Speech Pathologist

Full-time Licensed and Maine Certified

Experience providing speech therapy to school age children required

Prior experience working with students with developmental disabilities preferred

.4 Speech Pathologist

Licensed and Maine Certified

Experience providing speech therapy to school age children required

Prior experience working with students with developmental disabilities preferred


.5 Social Worker - Elementary

(Sea Road School/Mildred L. Day School)

State of Maine Certification

Successful candidate will be a licensed professional with experience working with students at the Elementary School level.


Anticipated School Social Worker

(Kennebunk High School)
The position is a member of a student services team that provides individual and group therapy to 504 students and regular education students in grades 9-12 who are experiencing emotional and behavior issues that impact their education.   The social worker also coordinates/consults with other school supports and community resources.
Master’s Degree required with school age experience, LCSW preferred

 


Substitute School Nurses

Nurse On-call Substitutes Needed

 

Food Service Substitutes - ON AN ON CALL BASIS

 

coaching

Boys Lacrosse Varsity Assistant Coach

First Team Boys Basketball Coach

High School Assistant Track Coach (long jump, triple jump & pole vault)

Middle School Cross Country Coach

Anticipated Boys First Team Soccer Coach

JV Girls Lacrosse Coach

7th Grade Girls Soccer Coach

JV Girls Soccer Coach

7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach

8th Grade Girls Basketball Coach



DATE:    July 18, 2019

DEADLINE:     Applications accepted until positions are filled unless otherwise noted.

 

If you wish to apply for any of the following positions, please download and complete the appropriate application and provide your certification and/or fingerprint approval.  If you do not hold a fingerprint approval or need to renew, please follow the instructions at the following site:

https://www.maine.gov/doe/cert/fingerprinting

Submit printed application to:
Kathryn M. Hawes, Ph.D, Superintendent of Schools
RSU#21 177 Alewive Road
Kennebunk, Maine 04043
Phone: 207-985-1100 FAX: 207-985-1104
Contact: Sherry Allen