Every child reads and thinks critically and graduates ready for college and career.
Classified Positions
Position Location Posted Apply By*
Part-time Cashier & Food Service HelperParkrose High School8/1/2016Until Filled
Part-time Bus DriversParkrose School District8/9/2016Until Filled
Part-time Food Service HelperRussell Elementary School8/26/2016Until Filled
Part-time Educational AssistantSacramento Elementary School9/12/2016Until Filled
Part-time IDEA Educational Assistants-TemporaryShaver Elementary School10/10/201610/17/16 at 4pm
Part-time Food Service HelperParkrose High School10/11/2016Until Filled
Internal Posting - MS 7 HR Educ AsstParkrose Middle School10/13/201610/21/16 at 4pm
Internal Posting-MS Special Ed SecretaryParkrose Middle School10/13/201610/21/16 at 4pm
Part-time Food Service HelperSacramento Elementary School10/20/2016Until Filled

*Applications received by this date will be given first consideration

If you are interested in applying for a vacancy, you must complete our District application for that specific position. At the time of hire, you will be required to have a fingerprint-based criminal history check through the Oregon Department of Education. The cost of this criminal history check is $77.00 payable by check, cash or automatic payroll withdrawal.

If you require more information, please e-mail Mary King in the Human Resources Department at mary_king@parkrose.k12.or.us

If you want your application on file, but there are no current vacancies, you may still complete the application process, monitor our website for vacancies and when you identify a vacancy for which you wish to be considered, notify mary_king@parkrose.k12.or.us

Additional Information

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