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Full time custodian position open at Sterling Junior/Senior High School
Full time custodian position open at Sterling Junior/Senior High School
Jim Goracke
Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Full time custodian position open at Sterling Junior/Senior High School

STERLING, USD 376 is accepting applications for a full-time evening custodian to work at Sterling Junior/Senior High School. Normal hours are 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM, but on nights of events the hours may be shifted. Duties include some lifting and a significant proportion of the hours involve physical activity, as well as general cleaning, setting up for school events and cleaning up after events, and possibly light maintenance. This is a 12-month position.   

 

USD 376 is a great place to work. Our community, staff and students take great pride in our schools. Our custodians are not just “janitors”, but respected and valued members of our school community. We offer great pay and exceptional benefits, but the best benefit of working in Sterling Public Schools is the opportunity to work with our great kids and staff. 

Starting pay is $15.11/hour and will go up to $15.70 after the first year 

10 paid vacation days

12 sick days

$578 per month contribution to health insurance

KPERS retirement (Vested after 5 years)

Please contact Susan Ziegler at 620-278-3621 with questions. Applicants must be available to begin duties April 15, 2020. The classified application can be found online here: Custodian Application, or picked up in the District Office at 308 E. Washington, Sterling, Kansas. The district office doors are on the southwest corner of the building. USD 376 is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap in admission or access to, treatment, or employment in its programs, activities and facilities.