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About the Employer Corcoran Unified School District has earned honors as an Apple Distinguished Program grades K-12 for four years! CUSD has three elementary grade level schools (PreK-1, 2-3, 4-5), a middle school (grade 6-8) and a traditional high school. The District also has a successful and growing preschool with a new state of the art facility along with supporting adult, continuation, community day and independent study schools. There are 3,400 students in the District within a supportive and friendly community. The City of Corcoran is clean, well-managed and among the top 50 safest communities in the nation! Many community members are employed by local agriculture-based companies as well as the two correctional facilities located outside of Corcoran. Our staff is supported in several ways to be successful in teaching the Common Core curriculum through countless opportunities for staff development. Teachers are exposed to using the latest innovative and powerful methods to deliver instruction through the use of technology. The District is dedicated to serving students and staff through a safe, nurturing, positive, and motivational culture that lifts everyone to higher levels. There are no limits to our achievement and growth! Job Information Date Posted: 9/3/2021 Application Deadline: Until Filled Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 194 Days per Year Salary: Placement on the Classified Salary Schedule. (Range 17: $18.50 - $23.69 per hour) Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1 Contact: Rebecca Hernandez Email: rgonzales@corcoranunified.com Phone: Hours:: 8 Hours per Day School Site:: District View Job Description Requirements / Qualifications Requirements / Qualifications FOR CURRENT EMPLOYEES ONLY: Current employees of the District interested in applying must submit a letter of interest/resume by 3 p.m. on Friday, September 10, 2021 and can obtain the password by referring to the in-house posting or contact the District Office. Outside applicants must apply on Edjoin.org. Outside applicants must attach the required documents and meet the job qualifications. Please refer to the job description. Any incomplete applications may not be considered for the vacant position. * Letter of Introduction (Must be signed) * Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two Letters with Original Signatures) * Proof of HS Graduation (Copy of HS diploma or HS transcripts verify graduate date; or the equivalent) * Resume * Typing Certificate (Net speed equal or greater than 40 wpm) FOR CURRENT EMPLOYEES ONLY: Current employees of the District interested in applying must submit a letter of interest/resume by 3 p.m. on Friday, September 10, 2021 and can obtain the password by referring to the in-house posting or contact the District Office. Outside applicants must apply on Edjoin.org. Outside applicants must attach the required documents and meet the job qualifications. Please refer to the job description. Any incomplete applications may not be considered for the vacant position. * Letter of Introduction (Must be signed) * Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two Letters with Original Signatures) * Proof of HS Graduation (Copy of HS diploma or HS transcripts verify graduate date; or the equivalent) * Resume * Typing Certificate (Net speed equal or greater than 40 wpm) Comments and Other Information Corcoran Unified School District is comprised of three elementary schools as well as a middle school, a comprehensive high school, a continuation school and an online independent study school. The district also boasts an adult school and a pre-school program. The District is enjoying recent growth with an increasing enrollment of 3400. The District is also unique with non-traditional grade-specific schools (K-1, 2-3, 4-5). The middle school serves grades 6-8 student while the high school, with a population of over 900 students, is a traditional grades 9-12 school. The demographics of the school encompass a population of approximately 82% Hispanic, 13% Caucasian 4% African-American and 1% others. Eighty-one percent of the students receive free or reduced lunches. Corcoran is mainly a farming area, which means there are a large number of seasonal workers and migrant parents. The district operates several categorical programs to accommodate the many needs of the diverse population. All schools are on a traditional calendar. Class-size reduction is implemented in grades K-3. Students benefit from participating in enrichment programs such as a 5-12 grade music program, AVID, Gifted and Talented Education, Advanced Placement classes, a strong grades 7-12 leadership program, club activities and athletics. The parent and community involvement and support is evident in the success of our athletic programs and student clubs. We also have implemented the 21st Century School's grant at all of our K-8 schools. The District's standards-based curriculum of the district and the literacy focus have propelled the district toward its goal of academic excellence. Teachers are working collaboratively to achieve innovative teaching practices to see exciting improvements in student achievement. CUSD has 326 dedicated, highly qualified, talented and committed staff members. The District is one of the larger employers in the city of Corcoran. It manages a budget of over $28 million per year. The well-maintained facilities, staff development programs, curriculum development and academic emphasis attest to the commitment of the Board to provide a safe and supportive environment for all students. The City of Corcoran is located in the Central San Joaquin Valley in Kings County in the middle of the one of the most prosperous farming communities in the nation. Incorporated in 1914, the City of Corcoran, population of 23,154, is located in the heartland of California's fertile San Joaquin Valley. Corcoran is a 'small town' in the best sense of the word, with its citizens working together on major community projects. Corcoran has been built on a strong agricultural base because it is located near one of the most remarkable geographic features in the San Joaquin Valley, the Tulare Lake Basin, which is the most fertile region in the world. The Corcoran Unified School District does not illegally discriminate on the basis of ethnic group identification, religion, age, actual or perceived sex, color, sexual orientation, gender, race, ancestry, national origin, mental or physical disability, or any other reason prohibited by State and Federal Discrimination Statues in any program or activity conducted by the District. Comments and Other Information Corcoran Unified School District is comprised of three elementary schools as well as a middle school, a comprehensive high school, a continuation school and an online independent study school. The district also boasts an adult school and a pre-school program. The District is enjoying recent growth with an increasing enrollment of 3400. The District is also unique with non-traditional grade-specific schools (K-1, 2-3, 4-5). The middle school serves grades 6-8 student while the high school, with a population of over 900 students, is a traditional grades 9-12 school. The demographics of the school encompass a population of approximately 82% Hispanic, 13% Caucasian 4% African-American and 1% others. Eighty-one percent of the students receive free or reduced lunches. Corcoran is mainly a farming area, which means there are a large number of seasonal workers and migrant parents. The district operates several categorical programs to accommodate the many needs of the diverse population. All schools are on a traditional calendar. Class-size reduction is implemented in grades K-3. Students benefit from participating in enrichment programs such as a 5-12 grade music program, AVID, Gifted and Talented Education, Advanced Placement classes, a strong grades 7-12 leadership program, club activities and athletics. The parent and community involvement and support is evident in the success of our athletic programs and student clubs. We also have implemented the 21st Century School's grant at all of our K-8 schools. The District's standards-based curriculum of the district and the literacy focus have propelled the district toward its goal of academic excellence. Teachers are working collaboratively to achieve innovative teaching practices to see exciting improvements in student achievement. CUSD has 326 dedicated, highly qualified, talented and committed staff members. The District is one of the larger employers in the city of Corcoran. It manages a budget of over $28 million per year. The well-maintained facilities, staff development programs, curriculum development and academic emphasis attest to the commitment of the Board to provide a safe and supportive environment for all students. The City of Corcoran is located in the Central San Joaquin Valley in Kings County in the middle of the one of the most prosperous farming communities in the nation. Incorporated in 1914, the City of Corcoran, population of 23,154, is located in the heartland of California's fertile San Joaquin Valley. Corcoran is a 'small town' in the best sense of the word, with its citizens working together on major community projects. Corcoran has been built on a strong agricultural base because it is located near one of the most remarkable geographic features in the San Joaquin Valley, the Tulare Lake Basin, which is the most fertile region in the world. The Corcoran Unified School District does not illegally discriminate on the basis of ethnic group identification, religion, age, actual or perceived sex, color, sexual orientation, gender, race, ancestry, national origin, mental or physical disability, or any other reason prohibited by State and Federal Discrimination Statues in any program or activity conducted by the District.

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