Employment cannot commence until the district receives a copy of letter of approval regarding the criminal history review check. Call 609-292-0507, if it has not been received.
All candidates for certified and non-certified employment must complete an on-line application. Please click http://wtpsjobs.novusolutions.com to go to the site where job openings and the applications are located.
A letter of interest, resume, copies of transcripts, N.J. certification, PRAXIS scores, N. J. Highly Qualified Teacher Identification forms (download from http://www.nj.gov/njded/profdev/hqt/house.pdf ), and other applicable paperwork must be provided at the time of the interview. Candidates that do not have access to a computer may come to Washington Township Board of Education Eileen Abbott Central Administration Building, 206 East Holly Avenue , Sewell , NJ 08080 to complete the on-line application. Please call 856-589-6644, Ext. 6608 for an appointment.
Vacancies are advertised on the district hotline (856-589-9537), in the Sunday Philadelphia Inquirer, Courier Post, Gloucester County Times, and other newspapers as needed. They are also posted at the Central Administration Building , and they can be viewed between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Applications must be submitted on or before 4:30 p.m. on the closing date to be considered.
After an application is received, it is screened for meeting preferred criteria and appropriate certifications. It is then forwarded to the school principal and/or administrator where the vacancy exits. Due to the volume of applications received, status checks can not be conducted. Upon submittal, an e-mail will be generated informing you that it has been received and will be processed. All applications are archived. To activate your candidacy for additional vacancies, please log in to the posting site to reapply using your original user name and password. Your original application will appear. You may update your application as needed at anytime.
Questions pertaining to any advertised positions may be sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Status of New Jersey certification may be checked at http://www.state.nj.us/education
10 month staff - 10 sick days
WTSSSPA members receive 4 personal days (2 without reason)
Vacation days are determined by the individual bargaining unit:
*If employee has less than a full year of experience, find the month hired and the corresponding days allowed below:
(Example: Custodian hired on Oct. 1, 2000 would be eligible for 7 vacation days as of July 1, 2001.
Sexual harassment can happen at the work site or at any school, any time, yet it's easy to miss in our day-to-day routine. As a school employee, you share responsibility for making sure your workplace and school environment aren't affected by sexual harassment. In fact, the Supreme Court expanded Title IX legislation against sexual discrimination making schools legally and financially liable for failing to identify and take action against sexual harassment.
To eliminate sexual harassment, you must first recognize it and then take appropriate action. The viewing of this videotape and completion of the review quiz is intended to help you understand, identify, respond, and intervene against workplace and school harassment.
Common examples of sexual harassment are:
All incidents of sexual harassment should be reported immediately to your supervisor/manager/principal/ administrator or to the district Affirmative Action Officer (AAO):