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must be submitted by
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Facilities & Transportation
Services
methods, materials, equipment, and tools.
Knowledge of hazards and safety precautions and of local, state, and national codes.
Basic computer skills. Strength and dexterity
necessary to perform all required tasks inEnergy Management Technician I/II
cluding lifting, stooping, bending, and workUS-16/18
ing in tiring and uncomfortable positions in
Facilities Management, Sideburn
enclosed and often poorly lighted areas.
Valid driver's license with a good driving
Support Center 6190BR
record. Required to work an evening and/or
Description: Performs responsible technical night shift on a regular basis, accept callwork in carrying out the daily operations and back overtime or regular overtime, and/or
agree to assume an emergency call-out list
functions of the energy management prostatus.
gram; and provides user support and
maintenance services on the Central Control
and Monitoring System (CCMS) to all assigned schools.
Custodian I US-5
Qualifications: Any combination of educaBelvedere Elementary School (Part
tion and experience equivalent to graduation time) 6186BR
from high school supplemented by technical
training or course work in heating, ventilatDescription: Cleans, maintains, and seing, and air-conditioning systems and concures classrooms, offices, restrooms, halls,
trols (HVAC), and microprocessor-based
electronic equipment, plus three years' pro- stairs, and public areas in FCPS-owned
buildings.
gressive experience in the repair, mainteQualifications: Any combination of educanance, and operation of industrial HVAC
systems. Knowledge of CCMS and of infor- tion and experience equivalent to a sixth
grade education plus knowledge of custodial
mation systems applicable to energy management. Skill in oral and written communi- methods, materials, and equipment. Ability
to communicate in English. Ability to undercations. Ability to establish and maintain
satisfactory working relationships with school stand, follow, and repeat basic oral and writ-based staff and peers. Valid driver's license ten instructions in English. Sufficient
with a good driving record. May be required strength, agility, and dexterity to perform all
required tasks. Ability to work outdoors in a
to work an evening and/or night shift on a
variety of temperatures and climates. May
regular or rotating basis, accept call-back
overtime or regular overtime, and/or agree to be required to work an evening and/or night
shift on a regular or rotating basis.
assume an emergency call-out list status.
Financial Services
Preventive Maintenance
Technician US-12
Facilities Management, Sideburn
Support Center 6185BR
Coordinator III, Accounting
Operations US-27
Office of the Comptroller, Gatehouse
Description: Performs skilled journey-level Administration Center I (Open Until
work required to clean, replace filters, install Filled) 6191BR
and repair insulation, and carry out routine
preventive maintenance on boilers and
HVAC units.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation
from high school and completion of an apprentice-level training program, plus two
years' progressive experience cleaning
HVAC units or boiler systems. Knowledge of
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Description: Plans, manages, and coordinates program activities and personnel for
the accounting operations section of the
Office of the Comptroller; and exercises
leadership to design, implement, assess,
and revise programs or activities of the accounting operations section.
FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or business administration, plus six years' progressive experience in accounts payable, accounts receivable, and general ledger with
course work in principles, concepts, and
methods relevant to accounting operations,
some in a supervisory capacity. Knowledge
of theories, procedures, practices, material,
methods, regulations, and/or legislation
related to accounting operations. Ability to
manage and supervise program activities,
budget, and personnel.
FEBRUARY 18, 2015
read and interpret instructions, diagrams,
sketches, blueprints, and manufacturers'
manuals. Ability to work at heights. Sufficient visual acuity, strength, and dexterity to
perform required tasks. Valid driver's license with a good driving record.
mentary schools. Often serves as the lead in
team, program, or project activities; reviews
and selects supplemental materials and resources; designs or modifies teacher guides
and activity materials and encourages interdisciplinary teaching and learning; serves as
a resource teacher for regions, school, and
department staffs. Reviews and interprets
current STEAM-based research and instructional methodologies; provides detailed program support and Professional Development
to regions, schools, departments, and their
Manager, ESOL Program
senior management teams; collaborates with
Assessment US-26
all FCPS departments and offices as required
PreK-12 Professional Learning and
or requested and performs related duties as
Support , Alan Leis Center 6193BR
required or assigned.
Qualifications: Valid qualifying Postgraduate
Description: Plans, assigns, and manages Professional License with endorsements in
the work of the Dual Language Assessment Elementary Education and Mathematics or
team providing services to a student popu- Science preferred plus five years' progressive
lation; provides consultative support to staff related teaching experience, some of which
Field Information Systems
as needed; and ensures that staff is proper- may have been in a supervisory or adminisTechnician I US-15
ly trained and that assigned program uses
trative role (i.e. head teacher, department
Information Technology Operations, current best practices.
chair, etc.). Endorsement in administration or
Woodson Annex - Information Tech- Qualifications: Postgraduate Professional supervision preK-12 preferred. Knowledge of
License with endorsements in appropriate
nology (Open Until Filled) 6178BR
FCPS curriculum, instructional goals, proceeducational specialty with administration
dures, and practices, and of growth, developand supervision preK-12 endorsement pre- ment, and learning. Skill in oral and written
Description: Performs skilled electronic,
electrical, and mechanical installation, test- ferred plus six years' progressive teaching, communications and human relations.
supervisory, or administrative experience in
ing, maintenance, and repairs on a variety
of equipment including telephone and cable the education field of specialization or
television systems, security and fire alarms equivalent education and experience. ThorEducational Specialist, Title I US-25
ough knowledge of methods, materials,
systems, and various school access and
PreK-12 Professional Learning and
practices,
procedures,
and
programs
of
the
control systems including keyless entry,
education
field
to
which
assigned.
Support, Fairfax Ridge 6182BR
clocks and bells, and public address systems; and modifies existing equipment and Knowledge of related laws, regulations, and
policies. Ability to plan, manage, and super- Description: Organizes curriculum revision
installs new equipment, as required.
Qualifications: Any combination of educa- vise programs and personnel. Ability to plan projects and develops, disseminates, and/or
and conduct in-service and staff developimplements Title I instructional programs and
tion and experience equivalent to tenth
ment activities. Skill in oral and written com- materials for general or special student popugrade education with technical training in
munication.
lations; works closely with Title I schools in
electronics, plus four years' progressive
order to meet state and federal requireexperience with information technology,
ments; assists in managing Title I grant and
electronic, video, and/or life safety systems
Educational Specialist, STEAM
oversees administrative tasks in Title I, often
maintenance and repair, two years at the
serves as the lead in team, program, or prohighest apprentice level. High school gradu- US-25
Counseling and College and Career ject activities; and acts as a resource for reation preferred. Knowledge of the procedures, practices, tools, test devices, and
Readiness, Fairfax Ridge (One Year gion, school, and departmental staffs, and the
community.
equipment involved in the operation, testOnly) 6194BR
Qualifications: Postgraduate Professional
ing, troubleshooting, maintenance, installaLicense with administration and supervision
tion, and repair of security intrusion detecDescription: Organizes curriculum revision PreK-12 endorsement preferred, plus five
tion and access control systems that inprojects and develops, disseminates, and/or years' progressive teaching and administraclude, but are not limited to Digital Monitorimplements instructional programs and ma- tion or supervision experience or equivalent
ing Products (DMP) and Aiphone. Skill in
terials around Science, Technology, Engiexperience. Knowledge of FCPS curriculum,
oral and written communications. Ability to
neering, Arts, and Mathematics for general instructional goals, procedures, and practices,
troubleshoot and complete repairs. Ability to
or special student populations in the eleand of professional development and adult
Instructional Services
Information Technology
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FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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learning. Knowledge of state and federal
Title I grant requirements. Skill in oral and
written communications and human relations. Experience using technology tools
for organization, communication, and data
management as well as experience interpreting and using data to monitor program
effectiveness preferred.
Registration Services
Technician US-17
Operations and Strategic Planning,
Dunn Loring Center (Part time)
6188BR
Description: Performs paraprofessional
duties in a specialized area to support
FCPS student registration services.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus five years of progressive general office experience. Good
knowledge of business operations and technical tasks, procedures and practices.
Knowledge of computers and software applications. Ability to conduct case management. Ability to gather and reconcile data.
Ability to work effectively under pressure.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to exercise tact, good judgment, and
initiative.
Office Personnel
FEBRUARY 18, 2015
tion and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus three years' experience, one of which must be related to
payroll management. Ability to deal quickly
and accurately with quantitative information.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to operate personal
computers and office equipment. Ability to
utilize a computer, peripheral office equipment, and software applications.
Administrative Assistant I US-13
Early Childhood Special Education
Services, Dunn Loring Center (One
Year Only) 6187BR
Dining Room Assistant
Laurel Hill Elementary School
$10.93 per Hour
Description: Assisting students during
lunch time. Supervising student clean up,
keeping order and dismissing students to
their teachers. Friendly, energetic, assertive in maintaining expectations of cafeteria
behavior, and loves working with children.
Monday – Friday 11:00 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Qualifications: Interested applicants
should send resumes to: Evi Hickman at
[email protected]
Description: Serves as administrative
assistant to an administrator of Early Childhood Special Education Services in the
Dunn Loring Center; and ensures smooth
and efficient operation of assigned office.
Qualifications Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus three years' progressive experience, two years in the administrative or office assistant class. Financially related work experience and/or accounting course work preferred. Knowledge
of procedures, practices, and operations of
an office. Skill in business English, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Ability to
utilize a computer, peripheral office equipment, and software applications.
Other Opportunities
Business Operations Assistant I/II/III
Dining Room Assistant
US-12/13/14
Payroll Management, Gatehouse Ad- Dogwood Elementary School
$10.93 per Hour
ministration Center I (Open Until
Filled) 6184BR
Description: Performs duties that support
payroll management; processes pay and
leave adjustments, provides customer service; maintains payroll related employee
data; and ensures compliance with pay
policies and maintains files and records
relating to employee pay.
Qualifications: Any combination of educa-
Description: Assisting students during
lunch time. Supervising student clean up,
keeping order and dismissing students to
their teachers. Friendly, energetic, assertive
in maintaining expectations of cafeteria
behavior, and loves working with children.
Qualifications: Interested applicants
should send resumes to Sean McCartney at
[email protected]
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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FEBRUARY 18, 2015
School Bus Driver
Positions Available
2015 Summer Learning Programs and Extended
School Year (ESY) Opportunities
$18.52 Starting Salary
Please visit Summer Learning Programs and ESY for all
program details and job opportunities.
$1000 Referral Bonus for FCPS
Employees
Summer Learning Programs
 Credit Recovery
 SOL Remediation
 Online Campus
 IFTA (Institute for the Arts)
 Elementary IFTA (Institute for the Arts)
 Tech Adventure Camp
 STEM Camp (Science, Technology, Engineering, and
Math)
 ESOL Programs
Extended School Year, Special Education (ESY)
 ESY Secondary Opportunities (Included Key and Kilmer
Center)
 ESY Elementary Opportunities
 ESY Preschool Opportunities
 ESY Related Services Opportunities
Benefits include:
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Excellent retirement, health, and dental
plans as well as life and disability insurance
Childcare cost savings: infant and preschool age children and grandchildren
may ride with you
Paid training program
6 paid nonworking days
Contact HR Client Services
for more information at
571-423-3000
*Non-Virginia residents must possess Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-B) with P
(passenger) and S (school bus) endorsements prior to training. Drivers must have a
good driving record and be able to pass a
physical exam.
Equal Opportunity Employer
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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FEBRUARY 18, 2015
Applications for New Instructional Coaches
The Department of Instructional Services, Office of Professional Learning and School Support is hiring instructional coaches for the 2015-2016 school year. Instructional coaches are typically based in one school
building and support student achievement by providing job-embedded professional learning and providing
instructional support in the content areas. Instructional coaches focus on closing the achievement gap in
reading and math in a culture of collaboration. Instructional coaches are on an eleven month (218 day)
contract and their contract starts on July 27, 2015.
Elementary, middle and high school teachers who are interested in an instructional coach position are
urged to apply.
Requirements include:
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A bachelor’s degree in education, in a K-8 core curriculum or 7-12 English or mathematics, with a valid
teaching license issued by or recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Highly qualified status is
required.
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Five years of progressive teaching experience with a strong understanding of the Fairfax County Program of Studies and the Virginia Standards of Learning objectives is required.
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Applicants must also document a history of professional development and teacher leader activities at
the school and district levels.
Expert knowledge of the following is required:
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Strong interpersonal and collaborative skills
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Strong knowledge and experience with Professional Learning Communities
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FCPS Best Practices in Teaching and Learning, current educational research, strategies for differentiating to meet the needs of diverse learners, and resources related to instruction and FCPS goals and
objectives
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Language arts and mathematics curriculum and instruction
For applications and/or more information:
Visit http://fcpsnet.fcps.edu/is/ic/apply.html Applications are open until filled.
Contact Laura Elliott at [email protected]
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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FEBRUARY 18, 2015
Open Until Filled Positions
Jobs designated Open Until Filled (OUF) will remain on the FCPS job board
(http://careers.fcps.edu) until a candidate has been selected and placed in the position.
Job#
Job Title
Grade
Office/Department
Location
5554BR…….. Accounts Payable Analyst I…………………………. US-21…………. Comptroller……………………………... Gatehouse Adm Ctr
6172BR………Accounts Payable Assistant I/II/III………………….. US-12/13/14…. Comptroller……………………………… Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5847BR………Architectural Capacity Engineer…………………...…US-21…………. Design & Construction…………………. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5644BR………Auditor General……………………………………….. US-33…………. School Board Office…………………… Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5629R……… Budget Analyst IV…………………………………….. US-26…………. Financial Services……………………….Gatehouse Adm Ctr
4081BR……... Bus Driver I/II…………………………………………. US-11/12…….. Facilities Management…………………. Various
6184BR…….. Business Operations Assistant…………………….. US-12/13/14... Financial Services……………………….Gatehouse Adm Ctr
6171BR………Civil Engineer II (May Be Underfilled)………………. US-24…………. Design & Construction…………………. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5565BR………Coordinator IV, Instructional Employment Services. US-28…………. HR Talent Acquisition & Management.. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5434BR …….. Coordinator III, Classification & Compensation ….. US-27...………. HR Benefit Services ………………….. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
6191BR…….. Coordinator III, Accounting Operations ……………. US-27……… Comptroller……………………………… Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5402BR……... Director III, Budget Services ………………………... US-30………… Budget Services………………………. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
4763BR……... Domain Architect …………………………………….. US-27…………. Information Technology……………….. Wilton Woods Ctr
5612BR………Educational Interpreter I/II …………………………… US-17/18……... Special Education …………………….. Various
5871BR…….. Enterprise Messaging Supervisor………………….. US-26…………. Information Technology……………….. Wilton Woods Ctr
5589BR………Equity & Employee Relations Specialist……………… US-24…………. HR Equity & Employee Relations…….. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5909BR……... Equity & Employee Relations Specialist (One Year Only) . US-24………… HR Equity & Employee Relations…….. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5857BR………Exec. Director II, Comm. Community Outreach….. US-33…………. Comm. & Community Outreach…...
Gatehouse Adm Ctr
6178BR…….. Field Information Systems Technician …………… US-15……….. Information Technology……………… Woodson Annex
5896BR………Financial Analyst II……………………………………. US-24…………. Design & Construction…………………. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5924BR………Food Services Manager-in-Training………………… US-6………….. Financial Services……………………… Various
5041BR…….. Food Services Van Driver……………………………. US-7………….. Financial Services……………………… Various
5228BR………Food Services Worker I/II…………………………….. US-1/2……….. Financial Services……………………… Various
5940BR……... Internationalization Specialist………………………... US-21…………. Instructional Services………………….. Fairfax Ridge
5927BR…….. Manager, HR Communications & Client Services… US-27………… Human Resources……………………... Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5444BR………Plumber I………………………………………………. US-15………… Facilities Management………………… Sideburn Ctr
5918BR………Retirement Communications Representative……… US-19…………. ERFC Office…………………………….. Forbes Place
5065BR………Software Developer…………………………………… US-23/25……... Information Technology……………….. Wilton Woods Ctr
Coaching positions can be found at Call for Coaches
http://www.fcps.edu/employment/callforcoaches.shtml
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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