Founded in 1886 and rooted in Episcopal values, Breck School is a preschool through twelve, college preparatory day school with more than 1,100 students. Located in Golden Valley, Minnesota, on 52 acres just minutes from downtown Minneapolis, Breck enjoys a national reputation for excellence and achievement in academics, athletics, and the arts.
Breck faculty are among the best educators in the country. Each year, Breck teachers travel the country to attend and present at national and international conferences, visit peer schools for benchmarking and idea sharing, and are afforded the opportunity of summer grants for study and travel. At least one faculty member each year is also awarded a year-long, paid sabbatical.
Breck has an institutional commitment to the principles of diversity. In that spirit, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical challenge, national origin, or any other characteristic. To learn more about our commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive campus, click here.
Interested in working at Breck? We are currently looking for candidates for the following postings; however, candidates are always invited to submit applications regardless of openings. Please submit your resume and information to the Human Resources department listed below.
Math Substitute Teacher
Title: Extended Day Program Staff
Reports to: Director of Extended Day and Lower School Director
Hours: 3:00-6:00 PM, Monday through Friday (through May 29, 2020 — on days school is in session)
The primary role of Extended Day Program Staff is to provide for the safety and well-being of the Lower School students in the Extended Day Program.
- Create and facilitate an after-school environment that is both safe and nurturing for Lower School students.
- Maintain a consistent attendance system to ensure the accountability of children in the Extended Day Program.
- Plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities that engage children after school.
- Support communication with Extended Day families through monthly calendars and regular updates.
- Demonstrate flexibility and responsibility in the role of Program Leader.
- Establish and maintain positive relationships among students, parents, and colleagues.
- Minimum of two years post-secondary education in a degree related field.
- Experience working with young children.
Submit letter of interest, resume, and two letters of reference to firstname.lastname@example.org.
FLSA Status: Non-exempt
Effective Date: 7/1/19
Responsible for ensuring students are transported each day in a safe, courteous, timely fashion. Driver interacts primarily with students, parents, faculty and administrators, and supervisors.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Drives school bus on daily routes, and charters to and from the transportation facility
- Conducts pre and post trip inspections and completes related forms as required by the State of Minnesota
- Observes and adheres to all federal and state safety rules and regulations. Adheres to safe work behaviors and promptly corrects conditions and unsafe behaviors which may lead to accidents.
- Reports all accidents immediately
- Manages emergency evacuation of bus. (See competencies below.)
- Observes all route operating policies and practices
- Notifies supervisor immediately of any change in CDL license status and/or endorsements
- Maintains cleanliness of bus
- Fuels bus as necessary
- Supervises safe loading and unloading of students
- Participates in ongoing training classes and meetings as scheduled
- Delivers/picks-up materials/documents as requested
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job:
- Work requires moderate physical effort and use of motor skills necessary to drive and maintain school bus.
- While performing duties of this job employee will regularly stand, walk, stoop and kneel.
- Will regularly operate school bus, which requires coordinated movements.
- Driver must be able to safely exit via the rear emergency door and safely assist students ranging in weight from 50 to 200 pounds off the bus out of same rear emergency door. Drivers are tested by Breck annually to ensure they can meet these criteria
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Dependable and able to follow directions
- Able to read a map
- Must be a team player
- Able to drive a large vehicle on various roadways
- Communicates effectively
- Maintains excellent attendance and punctuality
Education and/or Experience
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required. Must have excellent verbal and skills. Ability to maintain Class B driver’s license with a school bus and passenger endorsement.
Send resume or Breck application to email@example.com. Call 763-381-8218 with questions.