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Employment

Substitute Special Education, Spanish, Secondary Science, Social Studies and English teachers needed.

Now accepting applications for Substitute Security Monitors, Cafeteria, Personal Care Assistants, Custodians and Cafeteria Monitors. Pay is $11.00 per hour.

Employment packets are available in the Central Administration Office, behind the football field at Valley Jr Sr High School campus from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Return completed packets to Audrey Sleigh at Administration. Clearances can be obtained on-line scroll down on this page for links*

Additional forms needed to apply for any position:

ACT 126 TRAINING

Act 126 of 2012 (“Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Training”) amended the Public School Code of 1949 to mandate that all school entities and independent contractors of school entities provide their employees who have direct contact with children with a minimum of three hours of training every five years on child abuse and sexual misconduct recognition and reporting. The law went into effect on January 2, 2013.

The Commission has developed a free three-hour online course entitled “Professional Ethics and the Educator Discipline Act“. The course consists of four modules, which participants can complete at their own pace. Completion of the course partially satisfies the mandatory training requirements of Act 126 as follows:

  1. Recognition of the signs of sexual misconduct, as defined in Act 126;
  2. Reporting requirements for suspected sexual misconduct set forth in the Educator Discipline Act;
  3. Provisions of the Educator Discipline Act, including mandatory reporting requirements; and
  4. Maintenance of Professional and Appropriate Relationships with Students.

Participants will still need to receive training addressing child abuse recognition and reporting under the Child Protective Services Law and their school entity’s policies related to reporting of suspected abuse and sexual misconduct.

The course is available on the Department of Education’s SAS Portal. Participants who do not have a SAS account must first register for one by visitinghttp://pdesas.org/. To register for and view the course, participants must log into the SAS PD centerhttp://pdc.pdesas.org/. A brief assessment will be given at the end of the course. All participants will receive a certificate of completion. Educators holding Pennsylvania certification will receive Act 48 credit. All content must be viewed prior to taking the assessment and receiving a certificate. Click the link below for more detailed instructions.

Individuals who are not interested in receiving a certificate of completion or Act 48 credit can view the course here:http://lms.pdesas.org/content/courses/Act126/_shared/demo/. This version of the course allows participants to skip through slides and may be particularly useful for teachers in preparation programs who want to use all or some of the course content to complement classroom instruction for preservice teachers. Individuals who want to receive a certificate and Act 48 credit MUST log into the SAS PD Center and obtain a passing score on the assessment.

More information about the requirements of Act 126

Act 126 Training Registration Instructions (PDF)

 

Arrest Conviction Report and Certification

Commonwealth Sexual Misconduct Disclosure Form

All applicants for employment must now complete and remit the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Sexual Misconduct /Abuse Disclosure with the application. Complete form attached.

Form I -9

School Health Record

Please bring all completed forms and clearances to Administration Office 707 Stevenson Blvd. New Kensington, PA. We are located behind the football stadium. Call 724-335-4401 ext 1064 for more information.

Update on the requirement of Clearances for Employment and volunteer activities with students.

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Substitute Teachers Needed

The New Kensington-Arnold School District is currently hiring qualified day-to-day substitute teachers.

Please submit a complete Pennsylvania State  Teacher Application and clearances to Superintendent Office, 707 Stevenson Blvd.

Non-Teaching Positions

To apply for custodial, cafeteria, clerical or aide positions within the district,  an Employment application form must be completed with current clearances. 

Links to getting clearances on line paying by credit card.

Please be aware that current Act 34 (Criminal Record Check), Act 151(Child Abuse History) clearances and FBI Clearance are required to work in the district in any capacity. Click Here for link to clearance regulations and forms needed for application.

Follow the directions to print an Act 34 and 151 application.

 Fingerprinting Service 
MorphoTrust and the Department of General Services have developed a roll-out schedule for 75 public centers. To find a site, visit https://www.identogo.com/locations/pennsylvania. This map will continue to be updated.
For FAQs or additional information on fingerprinting services, locations or scheduling an appointment, applicants are encouraged to visit the Idemia supplier website at https://www.identogo.com/locations/pennsylvania
To enroll and schedule an appointment

 District Service Code is 1KG6XN for registration

PDE apologizes for any inconvenience caused and is committed to supporting you.

Contact:

Hours:

Mon – Friday 8 AM – 4:30 PM CST

Thank you for your attention to this important matter.

The New Kensington-Arnold School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or handicap in the administration of any of its educational programs, activities, or with respect to employment.