Non-Instructional Support Positions

This Notice is being posted pursuant to an agreement between Baltimore County Public Schools and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended by the American with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADA), it shall be unlawful for an employer to discriminate against any employee or job applicant with respect to hiring, promotion, firing, compensation, or any other term, condition, or privilege of employment because the individual has a disability, has a history of a disability, or is believe to be disabled.

The ADA also requires an employer to provide reasonable accommodation to an employee or job applicant with a disability, unless doing so would cause significant difficulty or expense for the employer.

Baltimore County Public Schools supports and will comply with the ADA in all respects and will not retaliate in any manner against employees or job applicants because they have exercised their rights under the law.

Baltimore County Public Schools has an equal employment opportunity policy and ensures that all supervisory employees and other employees abide by the requirements of that policy.

Any Alleged violations of the ADA (within 300 days of the date of the discriminatory act) may be reported to:

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Baltimore Field Office
10 S. Howard Street, 3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201
(800) 669-4000
TTY (800) 669-6820
www.eeoc.gov

Required for All Positions All non-instructional support candidates must successfully complete a fingerprinting and criminal background check (state of Maryland, Senate Bill 315, effective October 1, 1986). The fee charged for fingerprinting is $70.50. A fingerprinting identification card will be issued.

Successful completion of a pre-employment physical is required prior to employment as of March 2014.

Office Professionals

Office professionals are often the first point of contact with many external stakeholders of the school system and provide excellent and quality customer service.  Additionally, they assist others throughout the school system as well as support the offices and departments where they serve as a team member.

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Transportation Employees

Regular and substitute bus drivers and attendants safely transport tens of thousands of students to and from school on time each day.  Qualified applicants must possess customer and human relations skills.  In addition, Bus Drivers must possess the ability to pass and maintain the requirements for Commercial Drivers’ License (CDL) holders (e.g., physicals and random drug testing).

Paid training is available for Bus Driver and Bus Attendant applicants that successfully clear the pre-employment physical and fingerprinting/background.

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Food and Nutrition Services Employees

Part-time substitute food service workers and regular part-time employees provide nutritious and appetizing meals in a supportive and attractive atmosphere for the students of BCPS. Advancement opportunities exist, and regular employees are eligible for BCPS benefits package consistent with the number of hours worked.

How to Apply?
To edit an existing application for employment or to set up a profile for future employment opportunities, click the link and log into Applitrack.

Visit the job board!
https://a1-3.applitrack.com/bcps/onlineapp/

  • Click on categories under vacancies.
  • Click on the desired position.
  • Read the complete job description and then click Apply (in upper right hand corner).
  • Follow the instructions to create your online application.
  • Please be sure to “submit” the application.

Department of Facilities Management

Department of Facilities Management includes: the Office of Facilities Construction and Improvement; the Office of Facilities Operations; the Office of Facilities Support Services, including the section of Maintenance, Grounds, and Logistics.

Grounds Workers:  Responsibilities may include mowing grass, installing and mending fences, removing graffiti, maintaining athletic fields, installing and repairing concrete and blacktop.  Applications received are screened, and qualified candidates are invited to a recruitment session.  Most positions within the Office of Grounds require an employee to obtain and maintain throughout their career a Commercial Drivers License (CDL).  Newly hired employees are given a period of time to meet the requirement, and the Office of Grounds will assist in training to obtain this license.

Operations Employees:  Work on various shifts including day, second, third, and weekend. Applicants recommended for employment are encouraged to start as a substitute employee allowing one to travel to different sites within an area to determine where they would be comfortable accepting regular employment.

Maintenance Workers:  Areas supported by the Office of Maintenance include electrical, plumbing, floor and ceiling, painting and glazing, roofing and relocatables, fire alarms, inventory control, and general maintenance. 

Environmental Services Employees: Responsibilities include keeping our buildings safe of environmental issues such as mold, mildew, rodents, air quality, and any other issues that may affect the safety and welfare of our students and staff.

Construction and Improvement: staff includes professional engineers, architects, designers and construction personnel who act as consultants, design team or project manager for new construction, renovations and site improvements

Building Security: staff includes security patrol for second and third shift, loss control, and risk management who perform a  variety of functions including inspections, monitoring of cameras and camera systems, workers compensation, monitoring of alarm and other security systems

Logistics Staff:  Responsibilities include mail preparation and distribution; warehousing and distribution of forms, furniture, and equipment; and the storage of archived files and material.  

How to Apply?
To edit an existing application for employment or to set up a profile for future employment opportunities, click the link and log into Applitrack.

Visit the job board!
https://a1-3.applitrack.com/bcps/onlineapp/

  • Click on categories under vacancies.
  • Click on the desired position.
  • Read the complete job description and then click Apply (in upper right hand corner).
  • Follow the instructions to create your online application.
  • Please be sure to “submit” the application.
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