Tulsa Public Schools is hiring support professionals

Collaborator: Tulsa Public Schools
Published: 12/07/2020, 8:17 PM
Edited: 03/11/2021, 10:22 AM
(TULSA, Okla.) Tulsa Public Schools is recruiting team members for critical operations team positions in transportation, child nutrition, and custodial services. The district is encouraging all interested community members to fill out the interest form at www.tulsaschools.org/hiring. Eligible applicants for bus driver, child nutrition, and custodial positions must hold a minimum high school diploma or GED equivalent. Tulsa Public Schools offers flexible schedules, on-the-job training, and competitive health benefits including vision and dental. Successful applicants for bus driver positions have the opportunity to earn a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) while they work; a CDL is not required to apply. “Our support professionals are the backbone of our district,” said Jorge Robles, chief operations officer. “Even in distance learning, we are in need of bus drivers, custodians, and cafeteria assistants, managers, and cooks. If you’re looking for flexible hours and incredible colleagues, we welcome you to join Team Tulsa!” Interested community members can visit www.tulsaschools.org/hiring to fill out the district’s interest form. All potential employees are required to pass fingerprint and background checks as well as drug screening before starting work with Tulsa Public Schools. Tulsa Public Schools has COVID-19 safety protocols in place at all school buildings and district sites. The district’s practices include a self-administered health questionnaire, temperature screening for all adults, and requiring face coverings in all common areas and/or when in the presence of other people. Tulsa Public Schools provides personal protective equipment (PPE) free of charge to all employees if needed. In addition to the district’s efforts to manage and monitor positive cases and exposures, Tulsa Public Schools is working closely with the Tulsa Health Department to launch a pilot COVID-19 rapid testing program this month for staff. By leveraging rapid testing the district will be able to preemptively identify possible exposures and take action, reduce infection rates, keep educators in the classroom, and guide the district’s decisions to manage in-person instruction in the healthiest and safest way possible. Visit www.tulsaschools.org/safety to learn more.


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