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Springfield Public Schools

1550 Main St
2nd Fl
SPRINGFIELD, MA 01103
Website:springfieldpsma.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

Company Description:
Public School District
Salary Range:Location:
$14+ Per Hour SPRINGFIELD, MA
Job Type:Category:
Part TimeEducation/Training
Education Level:Work Experience:
High School or Equivalent
Preference: Required
Up to One Year
Preference: Nice to have
Skills/Certifications/Licenses:
- Preference: Nice to have
Description:
School Bus Monitors are responsible for assisting children with getting on and off of the school
bus safety. Furthermore, they are responsible for their safety while aboard the bus ensuring that
students are properly seated. School Bus Monitors must ensure that children get off of the bus at
the correct stop and they are being released to proper parent/guardian. The minimum age
requirement for a School Bus Monitor is 21.
School Bus Monitors are primarily responsible for assisting children with getting on and off of the
school bus at all times.
1. School Bus Monitors are to ensure children are properly seated and facing forward at all
times and remain seated while the bus is in motion.
2. School Bus Monitors servicing special needs vehicles should ensure children are wearing
their seatbelts at all times.
3. School Bus Monitors are to ensure children are allowed off of the bus at their proper stop
and are released to their guardian / parent if so applicable.
4. School Bus Monitors are to maintain order aboard the school bus at all times.
5. School Bus Monitors are to follow basic principles of child safety at all times.
6. School Bus Monitors are to establish good relationships with their bus driver(s), school
staff, parents and children.
7. School Bus Monitors are to ensure all children safely get on and off of the bus at school
or at the completion of their bus run. You are expected to work in conjunction with your
driver to ensure no child is left aboard the school bus upon completion of its route.
8. School Bus Monitors should possess active listening skills and understand what children,
parents and staff are attempting to communicate to you. You must have the ability to
convey information effectively.
9. School Bus Monitors should possess problem solving skills incorporating sensitivity along
with speech clarity and perceptiveness.
10. School Bus Monitors should be able to follow general rules when caring for children.
11. School Bus Monitors should have knowledge of public safety and security policies and
procedures.
12. School Bus Monitors should have the ability to assess the needs of children and those
around them. Having knowledge of child behavior is imperative and show an ability to
exercise appropriate disciplinary techniques.
13. School Bus Monitors should have the knowledge of relevant equipment aboard their
vehicles, policies and procedures.
14. School Bus Monitors have hours and a work schedule that are determined on an annual
basis.
15. School Bus Monitors are employed on a part time, seasonal basis and only work when
school is in session.
16. School Bus Monitors will refrain from the use of obscene or harsh language.
17. School Bus Monitors will only wear clothing that is appropriate as outlined in the dress
code expectations issued to each employee at the start of employment or the school
year.
18. School Bus Monitors will conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times.
19. School Bus Monitors must be self motivated and possess the ability to work with minimum
supervision.
20. School Bus Monitors are required to work both morning and afternoon shifts daily.
21. Use of tobacco products and electronic devices is strictly prohibited.

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School Crossing Guards are mainly responsible for providing school children with safe and
protected access to and from their school. They are tasked with communicating and enforcing
the policies of the Springfield Public Schools to all of those who are within the vicinity and make
sure children understand and follow the rules. School Crossing Guards will attain their on the job
training as they perform their duties. However, they may have to undergo further training in
traffic laws and hand signals to direct traffic flow. All School Crossing Guards should be able to
interact with children and pedestrians in a friendly manner and be able to react quickly to
potential dangers that can affect children. The minimum age of a School Crossing Guard is 21.
1. School Crossing Guards are primarily responsible for escorting or directing
children/pedestrians across streets and stopping traffic as necessary. This responsibility
extends to children getting on and off of school buses who must cross streets.
2. School Crossing Guards will control vehicular or pedestrian traffic at street crossings.
3. School Crossing Guards will communicate rules of safety crossing practices to children
they are responsible for.
4. School Crossing Guards will learn the location and purpose of street traffic signs within
their assigned area.
5. School Crossing Guards will monitor traffic flow to identify safe gaps through which
students/pedestrians may cross streets.
6. School Crossing Guards are to follow basic principles of student safety at all times.
7. School Crossing Guards are to establish good relationships with the students, school staff
and parents.
8. School Crossing Guards are expected to work in conjunction with school bus drivers to
ensure children who must cross streets to board a bus or cross after leaving the bus are
safe.
9. School Crossing Guards should possess active listening skills and understand what
children, parents and staff are attempting to communicate to you. You must have the
ability to convey information effectively.
10. School Crossing Guards should possess problem solving skills incorporating sensitivity
along with speech clarity and perceptiveness.
11. School Crossing Guards should be able to follow general rules when caring for children.
12. School Crossing Guards should have knowledge of public safety and security policies and
procedures.
13. School Crossing Guards should have the ability to assess the needs of children and those
around them. Having knowledge of child behavior is imperative.
14. School Crossing Guards have hours and a work schedule that are determined on an
annual basis.
15. School Crossing Guards are employed on a part time, seasonal basis and only work
when school is in session.
16. School Crossing Guards will refrain from the use of obscene or harsh language.
17. School Crossing Guards will only wear clothing that is appropriate as outlined in the
dress code expectations issued to each employee at the start of employment or the
school year.
18. School Crossing Guards will conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times.
19. School Crossing Guards must be self-motivated and possess the ability to work with
minimum supervision.
20. School Crossing Guards are required to work both morning and afternoon shifts.
21. School Crossing Guards are required to be standing and visible at their posts throughout
the entire shift. Sitting in cars while on duty is strictly prohibited.
22. Use of tobacco products and electronic devices is strictly prohibited.
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Minimum qualifications:
High School Diploma
Associates Degree preferred
Must be 21 years of age or older
Must be City of Springfield resident
Reach out to Valerie Williams, the Senior Administrator of Talent and Diversity Development at
williamsv@springfieldpublicschools.com. She will be happy to answer any questions that you
have.
Nondiscrimination Statement
The Springfield Public Schools does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color,
religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, ancestry,
age, disability or military service or marital status. The Springfield Public Schools does not
discriminate in admission to, access or treatment in its programs and activities on the basis of
race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation, disability or
homelessness.
Title IX Notice of Nondiscrimination
Springfield Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of sex in admission, administration
of its educational programs or activities or employment. Springfield Public Schools is required
by Title IX and its implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 not to discrimination on the
basis of sex in admission, administration of its educational programs or activities or
employment. The Senior Administrator of Human Resources, Kathleen O’Sullivan, Springfield
Public Schools, 1550 Main St. Springfield MA, 01103, 413-787-7100, ext. 55428, has been
designated as the employee responsible for coordinating Springfield Public Schools efforts to
comply with and carry out its responsibilities under Title IX. Inquiries concerning the application
of Title IX and its implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 to Springfield Public Schools
may be referred to Kathleen O’Sullivan or to U.S. Department of Education, Office for Ci
Requirements:
High School Diploma
Associates Degree preferred
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Must be 21 years of age or older
Must be City of Springfield resident
Reach out to Valerie Williams, the Senior Administrator of Talent and Diversity Development at
williamsv@springfieldpublicschools.com. She will be happy to answer any questions that you
have.
Nondiscrimination Statement
The Springfield Public Schools does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color,
religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, ancestry,
age, disability or military service or marital status. The Springfield Public Schools does not
discriminate in admission to, access or treatment in its programs and activities on the basis of
race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation, disability or
homelessness.
Title IX Notice of Nondiscrimination
Springfield Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of sex in admission, administration
of its educational programs or activities or employment. Springfield Public Schools is required
by Title IX and its implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 not to discrimination on the
basis of sex in admission, administration of its educational programs or activities or
employment. The Senior Administrator of Human Resources, Kathleen O’Sullivan, Springfield
Public Schools, 1550 Main St. Springfield MA, 01103, 413-787-7100, ext. 55428, has been
designated as the employee responsible for coordinating Springfield Public Schools efforts to
comply with and carry out its responsibilities under Title IX. Inquiries concerning the application
of Title IX and its implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 to Springfield Public Schools
may be referred to Kathleen O’Sullivan or to U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil
Rights, 400 Maryland Ave., SW Washington, DC 20202-1100, telephone 800-421-3481.

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