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Deadlines
Resumes for jobs
posted in this issue
must be submitted by
March 17, 2015.
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F A I R F A X
C O U N T Y
P U B L I C
Superintendent’s Office and
School-Based Administration
Assistant Principal I/II, High/
Secondary School US-25/27
Robinson Secondary School (219
Days) 6235BR
Description: Assists with the planning, assessment, instructional leadership, communication, community relations, and safety
and administrative management required to
manage the instructional and special programs, organization, and facilities of assigned high school.
Qualifications: Must hold or be eligible for
Postgraduate Professional License with endorsements as a secondary school principal
or in administration and supervision preK-12,
plus five years' progressive secondary
school level teaching and leadership experience, or equivalent experience. Knowledge
of principles and practices of modern public
school secondary education and an ability to
apply them to the needs of the school. Skill
in oral and written communications. Ability to
plan, organize, and coordinate high school
or adult education level instructional programs and services. Ability to supervise programs and evaluate the work of instructional
and support staff. Ability to develop effective
working relationships with students, staff,
and the community.
S C H O O L S
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prentice-level plumbing training program
plus five years' progressive plumbing, pipefitting, and commercial kitchen equipment
service/repair, one year at the journey level.
Knowledge of methods, materials equipment, and tools. Knowledge of local, state,
and national codes and of hazards and safety precautions. Basic computer skills.
Strength and dexterity necessary to perform
all required tasks including lifting, stooping,
bending, and working in tiring and uncomfortable positions. Valid driver's license with
a good driving record and Commonwealth of
Virginia backflow certification. Required to
work an evening and/or night shift on a regular basis, accept call-back overtime or regular overtime, and/or agree to assume an
emergency call-out list status.
Plumber I US-15
Facilities Management, Edison Support Center 6243BR
Description: Performs skilled journey-level
plumbing and pipefitter work required to install, inspect, maintain, and repair new and
existing water, steam, and natural gas systems and appliances.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation
from high school and completion of an apprentice-level plumbing training program
plus four years' progressive experience in
plumbing repairs, pipefitting, and commercial
kitchen equipment service/repair, two years
at the apprentice II or equivalent level.
Knowledge of local, state, and national
codes and of hazards and safety precautions. Basic computer skills. Strength and
dexterity necessary to perform all required
tasks including lifting, stooping, bending, and
Plumber II US-17
working in tiring and uncomfortable posiFacilities Management, Sideburn
tions. Valid driver's license with a good drivSupport Center (Readvertisement)
ing record and Commonwealth of Virginia
5523BR
backflow certification. May be required to
work an evening and/or night shift on a reguDescription: Leads and performs the skilled lar or rotating basis, accept call-back overjourney-level work required to install, modify, time or regular overtime, and/or agree to
repair, maintain, and troubleshoot new and
assume an emergency call-out list status.
existing water, steam, or natural gas systems and appliances.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation
from high school and completion of an ap-
Facilities & Transportation
Services
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
FAIRFAX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
CAREERQUEST
Building Supervisor III US-14
Edison High School 6249BR
Description: Supervises and participates in
the cleaning, maintenance, operation, and
security activities for a school or an FCPSowned building.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus, three years of
progressive experience with public building
maintenance, one year of which shall have
included the oversight or supervision of
custodial personnel. Knowledge of custodial
methods, materials, practices, and equipment. Ability to operate and adjust central
heating and air conditioning systems. Ability
to train, assign, and supervise. Ability to
maintain records and prepare routine reports. Strength, agility, and dexterity to perform all required tasks indoors and outdoors
in a variety of temperatures and climatic
conditions. Must successfully complete the
FCPS Custodial Certification Course within
12 months of appointment. May be required
to work an evening and/or night shift on a
regular or rotating basis.
Building Supervisor II US-13
Mountain View Alternative High
School 6244BR
Description: Supervises and participates in
the cleaning, maintenance, operation, and
security activities for a school or an FCPSowned building.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus, three years of
progressive experience with public building
maintenance, one year of which shall have
included the oversight or supervision of
custodial personnel. Knowledge of custodial
methods, materials, practices, and equipment. Ability to operate and adjust central
heating and air conditioning systems. Ability
to train, assign, and supervise. Ability to
maintain records and prepare routine reports. Strength, agility, and dexterity to perform all required tasks indoors and outdoors
in a variety of temperatures and climatic
conditions. Must successfully complete the
FCPS Custodial Certification Course within
12 months of appointment. May be required
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to work an evening and/or night shift on a
regular or rotating basis.
gressive food services experience, one
including supervision of employees. Ability
to work in uncomfortable conditions and
sufficient visual acuity, strength, and dexterity to perform required tasks. Ability to give
Grounds Equipment Technician I
and follow oral and written English direcUS-13
tions. Ability to operate related computerFacilities Management, Woodson
ized programs. Possession of a Fairfax
Complex 6242BR
County Sanitation Certification. Free from
any infectious or communicable disease
Description: Performs the skilled journeywhich, according to a determination by the
level work required to inspect, maintain, and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Serrepair small engines and related equipment. vices, poses a risk of transmission through
Qualifications: Any combination of educa- the handling of food. Successful completion
tion and experience equivalent to graduaof the Manager Training Course.
tion from high school and completion of an
apprentice-level mechanic training program
plus three years' progressive small engine
repair experience, two years at the apprentice II or equivalent level. Knowledge of
methods, materials, equipment, and tools.
Project Manager, Psychological SerKnowledge of local, state, and national
vices US-26
codes and of hazards and safety precautions. Skill in the diagnosis of problems and Intervention and Prevention Serin making appropriate mechanical repairs.
vices/Psychology Services, Fairfax
Basic computer skills. Strength and dexteri- Ridge 6241BR
ty necessary to perform all required tasks
including lifting, stooping, bending, and
Description: Plans, manages, and coordiworking in tiring and uncomfortable posinates the daily programmatic operations
tions. Valid driver's license with a good driv- required to develop tiered systems of mening record. May be required to work an
tal health support and implement the evievening and/or night shift on a regular or
dence based Youth Mental Health First Aid
rotating basis, accept call-back overtime or program.
regular overtime, and/or agree to assume
Qualifications: Valid qualifying Postgraduan emergency call-out list status.
ate Pupil Personnel or Professional License
with endorsements in school counseling,
school psychology, or school social work,
plus five years of progressively more responsible successful professional experience related to specialty, some of which
may have been in a supervisory or adminisFood Services Kitchen Manager III
trative role. Experience in all aspects of
US-12
program management, including managing
Food & Nutrition Services - 7.75
Hours, West Springfield High School a budget and reaching objectives within
timelines. Experience with mental health
(195 Days) 6229BR
agencies and the juvenile justice systems
preferred, in-service training and related
Description: Manages the operations of a
activities and provide a high level of leaderfood services finishing kitchen responsible
ship. Excellent human relations skills and
for 900 + meal equivalents, which receives
ability to establish and maintain successful
most of its food pre-prepared by a central
cooperative working relationships with apkitchen; and may provide limited food serpropriate school communities and school
vices for other on-site programs.
based and central office staffs. Ability to
Qualifications: Any combination of educacommunicate effectively, both orally and in
tion and experience equivalent to graduawriting.
tion from high school plus three years' pro-
Special Services
Financial Services
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CAREERQUEST
School Assistants
Safety & Security Assistant US-11
Lee High School (190 Days) 6248BR
Description: Performs a variety of duties
required to maintain a safe and secure environment in a school, an alternative learning
center, or for adult and community education programs held during or after school in
the evening and/or on weekends; enforces
the regulations establishing a tobacco-,
alcohol-, weapons-, and drug-free school
setting; and may monitor students in a selfcontained setting.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by specialized safety or security environment training plus two years' progressive experience.
Skill in oral and written communications and
in record keeping. Ability to control students
and maintain a healthy school environment.
Sufficient mobility to move about school
building and school grounds as required.
Strength to deter and/or restrain students to
prevent injury in cases of unruly behavior.
Ability to successfully complete compulsory
certification training approved by the Virginia Center for School Safety within 60 days
of hire. Must successfully complete compulsory recertification training annually. Applicants must be 21 years old at time of appointment.
Office Personnel
Administrative Assistant III US-15
Hearings Office, Gatehouse Administration Center I 6237BR
Description: Serves as administrative assistant to the administrative hearing officer;
and ensures smooth and efficient operation
of the administrative office.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus five years' progressive experience, three years in the administrative or office assistant classes.
Knowledge of procedures, practices, and
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operations of office setting. Skill in business will also be expected to teach one class.
English, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Ability to utilize a computer, peripheral To Apply: Please e-mail Matt Eline, princioffice equipment, and software applications. pal, at [email protected]
Office Assistant US-8
 Fairview Elementary School (199
Days) 6239BR
 Orange Hunt Elementary School
(199 Days) 6240BR
Hourly Mathematics and Science
Teachers
Out-of-School Support – Homebound/
Homebased, Fairfax Ridge
$32.13 per Hour
Description: Performs a variety of office
duties required to support the activities of
the school to include responding to requests for information, maintaining and updating records, and preparing documents.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus some general
office experience. Knowledge of procedures, practices, and operations of an office. Skill in oral and written communications. Ability to utilize a computer, peripheral office equipment, and software applications.
Description: Out-of-School Support (OSS)
offers instruction to students, ages 3
through 21. Homebound students are confined at home or in a health care facility for
medical reasons that prevents normal
school attendance. The purpose of OSS is
to provide continuity of educational services
between the classroom and home, health
care facility, or other situation, for students
who, because of illness or disciplinary action, are unable to attend school.
Qualifications: Qualified candidates should
carry a teaching license. It is important that
the candidate feel comfortable in home settings with students who have significant and
unique needs.
Other Opportunities
To Apply: Interested applicants should email resumes to: Jeanne Veraska, program
manager, at [email protected]
IB Coordinator – Teacher Contract,
194 Days
Robinson Secondary School
Hourly Multilingual Translator
Special Services; Operations and
Strategic Planning; Language
The International Baccalaureate (IB) coordi- Services
nator is responsible for the administration of $24.30 per Hour
theIB Diploma Program. Responsibilities
include providing information and guidance
to students, parents, and teachers about
the IB program; coordinating the IB curriculum in the school, including creativity, action, and service , the extended essay, and
Theory of Knowledge; providing appropriate
professional development for teachers; administering the IB examinations; and maintaining appropriate data. Candidates
should have strong interpersonal, communication, and administrative skills, be technologically literate, and have a strong sense of
responsibility for the academic needs and
personal welfare of the students. The IB
coordinator at Robinson Secondary School
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Description: Reviews and evaluates documents; translates school-home communications and systemwide documents from English to the target language of Urdu; clarifies
terminology and content; uses technology in
English and Urdu appropriately to format,
translate, save and retrieve work; assumes
responsibility for quality of translation work
submitted by reviewing, editing and revising
own work; responds to editing suggestions
of other; learns new translation skills and
new technology; maintains records of translations.
Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to comple-
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tion of a bachelor's degree in education, a
language, or a related field, plus five years
of progressively more responsible multilanguage experience with proficiency in
Urdu and English. Experiential knowledge
of the culture, customs, governmental and
school services. Ability to communicate
effectively, both orally and in writing, in English. Must pass a FCPS translator’s exam
to qualify.
To Apply: Interested candidates should email their resumes to Pernilla Urps,
language services specialist, at
[email protected]
Hourly Warehouse Worker/Driver
Forte Center
$11.74 per Hour; Up To $14.88 per
Hour with a Commercial Driver’s License
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ence to applicants with proficient keyboard
skills and knowledge of Microsoft office
computer software as well as knowledge of
date entry and database management
tools, such as SAP or Filemakerpro.
School Bus Driver
Positions Available
$18.52 Starting Salary
Valid driver's license with a good driving
record. Summer only, from mid-May to end
of August availability.
$1000 Referral Bonus for FCPS
Employees
To Apply: Interested applicants should fax
resumes to Jesse Martin, at 571-642-9159
or [email protected]
Temporary Hourly Position
Document Management – Wilton
Woods Center
$11.72 per Hour
During the months of June, July, and early
August, document management needs temporary, part-time assistance with the collecDescription: Performs routine manual work tion and destruction of records from schools
and offices. Hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. with
associated with receiving, warehousing,
a 30 minute unpaid meal break (7.5 work
issuing, and/or delivering supplies, materihours per day), Monday through Friday.
als and equipment, moves material to and
from storage, loading and salvage areas by Must have the ability to safely and repeatedly lift and move heavy boxes while workhand truck or forklift; stores stock material
ing quickly and safely. Must be able to tolin appropriate storage locations; receives
erate working in the heat and standing for
delivery of ordered supplies, materials and
equipment at a loading dock and compares long periods and operate a large paper
items with freight bills: prepares and packs shredder. Please note this is part-time seasonal work with no benefits.
items with freight bills prepare and packs
items for shipment to various offices and
To Apply: Please send resumes to manlocations; and performs related duties as
[email protected], by Monday, April 20,
assigned.
2015, with the subject line of “Shredding”.
Qualifications: Any combinations of education and experience equivalent to completion of the tenth grade and one year of
experience in warehouse receipt, stocking,
and inventory. Working knowledge of: storekeeping practices and procedures; stock
control and inventory methods. Good ability
to follow oral and simple written instructions. Handle various types of material and
warehouse equipment. Ability to establish
and maintain cooperative working relationships with others. Must write legibly, have
good verbal communication skills and solve
simple arithmetic problems. Strong desire to
work hard and perform well. Good physical
ability to move moderately heavy and/or
bulky material. Ability to manage information efficiently and accurately. Prefer-
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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
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Applications due March 27, 2015
for Great Beginnings Coaches
2015-16 school year
The Office of Professional Learning and School Support, Instructional Services Department, is seeking coaches for the Great
Beginnings Programs for the 2015-2016 school year. Current elementary and secondary classroom teachers, counselors and
librarians who have an interest in supporting new instructional employees should consider applying. All Great Beginnings
coaches receive a stipend, as well as recertification points for licensure renewal. Applicants should possess the following:
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A minimum of three years of successful teaching experience in FCPS, with a preference for candidates who possess five or
more years of experience
Extensive knowledge of curriculum and instruction, the FCPS Best Practices for Teaching and Learning, Professional
Learning Communities, Portrait of a Graduate and effective classroom management skills
A desire to work with beginning or continuing instructional employees to support their growth and learning in the profession
Strong communication, human relations and facilitation skills
A commitment to collaboration and teamwork
Interested applicants must be available two days per month for professional development and after-school seminars during the
school year. Applicants must also be available August 17-21 for the Coach Professional Development Institute and August 2428 for the Great Beginnings: The Next Generation Summer Institute. The application, a current resume, a principal recommendation, and a colleague recommendation are required.
Application packets are available on the Intranet at: http://fcpsnet.fcps.edu/is/Offices/PLSS/
For more information, call 571-423-1340.
All applications and supporting materials must be received by Friday, March 27, 2015.
2015 Summer Learning Programs and Extended School Year (ESY) Opportunities
Please visit Summer Learning Programs and ESY for all program details and job opportunities.
Summer Learning Programs
 Credit Recovery
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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)
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ESY Elementary Opportunities
ESY Preschool Opportunities
ESY Related Services Opportunities
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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
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
6209BR………Architectural Engineer…………………………………US-24…………. Design & Construction…………………. Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5644BR………Auditor General……………………………………….. US-33…………. School Board Office…………………… Gatehouse Adm Ctr
5629BR………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
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
6199BR………Public Health Attendant………………………………. US-4………….. Special Services…………………………Various Locations
5918BR………Retirement Communications Representative……… US-19…………. ERFC Office…………………………….. Forbes Place
5065BR………Software Developer…………………………………… US-23/25……... Information Technology……………….. Wilton Woods Ctr
5958BR………Summer Programs Specialist (One Year Only)……. US-21…………. Instructional Services………………….. Fairfax Ridge
Coaching positions can be found at Call for Coaches
http://www.fcps.edu/employment/callforcoaches.shtml
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