Details for PARAPROFESSIONAL

TWO EAGLE RIVER SCHOOL 

The successful applicant must possess an AA degree OR must have 60 semester credits or 90 quarter credits in appropriate fields or demonstrate ability using the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test. Must pass a pre-hire drug test, background check and fingerprinting with no violence against children or other individuals and no sexual abuse against children convictions.  Must be willing to promote a program of drug and alcohol free education and must be willing to be a team member of an active staff and demonstrate cooperative behavior. Experience working with Native American youth and/or knowledge of Native American culture preferred but not required. All applicants must submit a Tribal application, a supplemental questionnaire for background investigations, a copy of academic transcript, a copy of certification if applicable, proof of enrollment from a federally recognized Tribe if other than CSKT and if claiming veteran’s preference, a copy of DD214 must be submitted. This is a Testing Designated Position (TDP) within the definition of the CSKT Drug Testing policy. The successful applicant, if not already employed by the Tribes must pass a pre-hire drug test and serve a mandatory six (6) month probationary period. Salary is $11.23 per hour. To apply, contact Personnel at 406-675-2700 Ext. #1043 for an application. Tribal applications are also available online at csktribes.org. This position closes on Thursday, February 20th, 2020 @ 5:30 p.m. 

CSKT IS A TRIBAL MEMBER PREFERENCE EMPLOYER

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