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EMPLOYMENT:

SOME POSITIONS ARE POSTED ON EDJOIN.ORG

When applying through EDJOIN.ORG please make sure that all of your documents have been scanned in properly to ensure completion of all application requirements. Electronic applications are available on the Documents Download page.  Make sure you download it to your hard drive, complete and mail to Human Resources.  You must include a completed Race Ethnicity Data Collection form along with your completed application.   

SUBSTITUTE TEACHING:  You may complete a certificated application to apply for Substitute Teaching.  A Substitute Teacher must have a BA and have passed CBEST. Applications are kept on file for a year. The current rate of pay for substitute teachers is at the elementary level is $120.00 per day. The current rate of pay for substitute teachers at the junior high level is $130.00 per day. Long-term assignments pay $150.00 per day beginning with the 21st day of the assignment. Substitutes hired can call in an automated system to receive assignments.

NEW HIRES:

Welcome to the Garvey School District.  In order for you to begin your employment with the Garvey School District there are four (4) online trainings you must complete before you begin your employment.  The sooner you complete them, the sooner we can get you processed. 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Read email from Brit Team Insurance. This email has your LOGIN information.  Your user name and your password.
  2. Log into https://www.britteam.com/login/
  3. Take the four courses assigned to you
  4. You may print certificates and take to Human Resources OR save your certificates as a PDF and email them to either Blanca – Certificated bramos@gesd.us or Samnang – Classified skat@gesd.us OR SCREEN SHOT and email them to Blanca – Certificated bramos@gesd.us or Samang – Classified skat@gesd.us

COURSES:

  1. Sexual Harassment and Discrimination - Employees 

 

Run Time: Approximately 32 minutes (not including quiz)
Completion Requirement: 70% or higher on final quiz and 100% slide view

Tablet/Mobile Friendly: Yes
Closed Captioning: Yes

This training will assist employees in understanding the federal definitions and classifications of discrimination and harassment in the workplace under the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII. Including protected classes and employee or prospective employee rights under federal law. Topics are inclusive of: Discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, unwelcome conduct, hostile environment, LGBTQ, genetic information (GINA), pregnancy (PDA), age (ADEA), religion, race/color, national origin, disability (ADA), associational discrimination, and human trafficking.

  1. California AB1432 Mandated Reporter Training (ASCIP) 

Run Time: Approximately 35 minutes
Completion Requirement: 100% slide view
Closed Captioning: Transcript in training

California Mandated Reporter: General training for California Mandated Reporters as required by AB1432.

  1. Bloodborne Pathogen Training for Schools ASCIP 

16:24 min (excluding quiz) Describes the types of bloodborne pathogens (BBP) and explores the ways that they can be transmitted in the school environment. Reviews the requirements for maintaining a formal BBP Exposure Control Plan and provides requirements necessary for adequate personal protective equipment, housekeeping practices and safe work practices. Discusses measures for reducing exposures to bloodborne pathogens.

  1. Employee Safety Orientation 

Workplace Safety: This program is intended for providing both new and existing employees with information on general safety rules and practices for accident prevention.  The program also provides information on what to do in case of an accident or injury.  Topics include:  General Safety Rules, Lifting and Material Handling, Fire Prevention and Protection, Housekeeping, Personal Protective Equipment, Hazard Communication, Driver Safety, Bloodborne Pathogens, Electrical Safety, Lockout/Tagout, Slip, Trip and Fall Exposures, Ladders, Hand and Power Tools, Emergency Procedures, and Accident/Injury Procedures.  A comprehensive 10 question quiz is included at the end of the program