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    Sabine ISD does not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, military status, genetic information, or on any other basis prohibited by law. 

     

    Job Openings

     


    Substitute Needs: The cafeteria is looking for substitutes . . . this would be a "call as needed" position and must be willing to work at any campus. Sub's tasks would consist of assisting in food prep, serving students and cleaning. Hours would vary. Please pick up a substitute packet at the Superintendent's office or if you are already on our sub list, please contact Tracy Calvit (903-984-8564, ext. 204 or tcalvit@sabineisd.org) to be added to this department. 


    Sabine ISD Food Services has an immediate opening for a 6 hour cafeteria position for a Food Prep/Server available at the elementary campus. The job also requires lifting of approximately 40 lbs, organization skills and the ability to multi-task.   

     

    Applications are available on the district’s web site at www.sabineisd.org, by calling 903-984-8564, or in the district’s Administration Office located at 5424 FM 1252 W, Gladewater, TX  75647.  Refer questions about the position to Sunnie Caldwell, Director of Child Nutrition Programs, at 903-984-6917 or 903-984-8564.


    ​Sabine ISD Food Services has an immediate opening for a 5 hour cafeteria position for a Dishwasher available at the high school/middle school campuses. The job also requires lifting of approximately 40 lbs, organization skills and the ability to multi-task.   

    Applications are available on the district’s web site at www.sabineisd.org, by calling 903-984-8564, or in the district’s Administration Office located at 5424 FM 1252 W, Gladewater, TX  75647.  Refer questions about the position to Sunnie Caldwell, Director of Child Nutrition Programs, at 903-984-6917 or 903-984-8564.

     


     

    Job Classification: In-School Suspension Facilitator (Posted 6/30/20)
     
    Reports To: Building Principals and Assistant Principals
     
    Job Summary: Supervise and monitor students assigned to the In-School Suspension Program.
     
    Knowledge and Abilities: • Applicant should have knowledge of school and classroom rules, procedures and practices. • Applicant must have the ability to interpret and establish appropriate rules, methods and techniques in maintaining a disciplined academic environment. • Applicant must have strong interpersonal skills and patience. • Applicant must have experience working with students and knowledge of conflict resolution techniques is strongly encouraged.
     
    Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Provide supervision for students who are assigned to the In-School Suspension classroom. 2. Take daily attendance. 3. Review in-school suspension policies, procedures and student expectations with students daily. 4. Work with students and or other staff members during student reflection period on issues such as behavior management and the prevention of undesirable behaviors that resulted in student being assigned to ISS. 5. Monitor all ISS assignments; provide encouragement and feedback to students, monitor tests, computer work and provide instructional assistance as appropriate. 6. Ensure students have security escorts to lavatory facilities. 7. Email teachers 24 hours in advance for work requests and complete student Work Completion Logs for all students assigned to the room. 8. Facilitate and arrange delivery of student lunches when necessary. 9. Refer behavior problems to Assistant Principals.
     
    Education and Experience: • Bachelor’s degree. • Operating knowledge of computers. • Experience in working with high school age children. • Must be able to handle and react to potential volatile situations and take appropriate action. 
     

    GREGG COUNTY SPECIAL EDUCATION SHARED SERVICE ARRANGEMENT (Posted 6/21/20)

    2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR

    SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER FOR ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR UNIT

    QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree, special education certification as required by Texas Education Agency regulation

    SUPERVISOR: Principal to whom assigned; Director of Special Education


    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
    The role of a teacher, in responding to the unique needs of the individual student, is to interact effectively with each component of the educational setting within the framework of the philosophy and objectives established by board policy, consistent with statutes and standards of regulatory agencies, and in accordance with administrative regulations and procedures, to create an educational environment which is conducive to learning and which provides opportunities, strengthens areas of weakness, and extends positive values to each facet of life.

    The teacher:

    1. Cooperates with other teachers in planning and implementing the instructional program for the student assigned to him
    2. Works with the principal and supervisory staff in identifying and solving problems related to student behavior
    3. Assesses student needs with regard to the instructional goals and objectives
    4. Utilizes teaching techniques and classroom strategies to accommodate the various learning styles and behavior of students
    5. Assists in the selection of programs, equipment and materials to meet the needs of his students
    6. Supervises paraprofessionals, aides, and volunteers assigned to classroom
    7. Performs effectively assignments relating to record keeping, reporting, and textbook accounting
    8. Utilizes furniture, equipment, and facilities in the most effective manner to support the instructional and behavioral program
    9. Interacts with students, teachers, and administrators to promote a positive school image to enhance the teaching-learning process
    10. Promotes positive community relations through effective communication and involvement of community members
    11. Performs other duties and functions as assigned by the principal


    PLEASE COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL APPLICATION FOR POSITION ON THE SABINE ISD WEBSITE. PLEASE DIRECT ANY QUESTIONS TO
    vthornton@sabineisd.org. 


     

    Bus Driver (posted 9/25/19)

    Sabine ISD has openings for school bus drivers. Experience is preferred but not required. Training will be provided. Contact Tracy Calvit at 903-984- 8564 or email: tcalvit@sabineisd.org to apply for this position (applications are available on this web site). It is the policy of Sabine ISD not, to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, or political belief in its employment practices.

    Qualifications: Valid Texas Commercial driver’s license (Class B with P & S endorsements), 21 years of age, ability to pass DOT alcohol and drug test, ability to pass a DOT Physical, and a criminal background check. Ability to follow verbal and written instructions, to communicate effectively with others. Ability to manage student’s behavior while operating a school bus.

    Supervisor: Transportation Director

    Performance Responsibilities:

    1. Follow assigned route and adhere to established schedules.
    2. Drive bus to and from extracurricular activities.
    3. Check bus for mechanical defects before and after each operation and notify supervisor of needed repairs.
    4. Maintain paperwork, daily bus mileage, pre-trip and post trip student head count.
    5. Keep assigned bus clean and fueled.
    6. Communicate with Administrative staff and parents on student behavior as needed.
    7. Maintain student discipline and report violations to proper administrator.
    8. Ensure safe operation of school bus on all roadways.