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JOB OPENINGS

9 months ago

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View and Apply for Open LCSD1 Positions

All applications for employment with Laramie County School District 1 are completed online through School Stream. Please click here to view open positions in School Stream, apply for an open position or check the status of your application. Please note that you must register in School Stream to be able to apply for a position. For more information, please call 307-771-2100.


Application Information

Once you are logged into School Stream, if you haven't done so, please complete an application by selecting the "Application" menu item on the left hand side of the screen. 

Be sure to complete the job application that is requested for the specific job posting in which you are interested.  You will not be able to apply if you have completed the incorrect application.

The job application is split into several sections so it is not necessary to complete the application all at once, as you will be able to save your progress, exit the program, and come back at anytime to complete the job application.  Please be aware that you will not be able to apply to any postings until you activate your job application by clicking the "Activate" button the main application page.  You can only activate your application once all the required fields in each section of the job application are complete.

Once you have activated your job application(s), it will become searchable within our database and may be evaluated for positions that you have not actively applied for, but are qualified to fill. Be sure to check the job posting you are interested in and make sure you have the same qualification listed on your own application as the posting requires or you will not be able to apply to that posting.

  • Your application will be reviewed for current positions based upon qualifications.
  • We hire food service workers, custodial workers, and bus drivers as substitutes before hiring as permanent employees.
  • You must update your application once a year.
  • Upon hire, we will require that you sign a release with the Department of Family Services for screening.
  • Senate Enrolled Act 52 requires any employee initially hired by LCSD1 on or after July 1, 1996 to submit to fingerprinting for a Background Check with DCI (Division of Criminal Investigation).
  • LCSD1 has a random/reasonable cause Drug Testing Policy in effect. For more information, please refer to Board Policies.

Substitute Teacher Application Guidelines

All Substitute teachers must have earned sixty-five (65) semester hours from a regionally or NCATE accredited institution.

  • Complete the LCSD1 employment application in SchoolStream AND:
  • Obtain a Wyoming Substitute Permit/Wyoming Certification. To obtain a Substitute Permit or a Wyoming Certification, apply at the Professional Teaching Standards Board, 1920 Thomes Ave, Suite 400, Cheyenne, WY 82001. 307-777-7291. They will require:
    • Application for substitute permit/certification.
    • Official transcripts from your graduating college/university.
    • Wyoming History or constitution requirement (For Certification).
    • Fingerprinting
    • Fee: $50 for fingerprinting, $50 for permit, total of $100.
  • After LCSD1 receives your substitute Permit/Certification and screen applications, you will be contacted to complete the following forms:
    • W-4 form.
    • Employment Eligibility Verification, Form I-9 (Please have two (2) forms of ID - drivers license, birth certificate, passport, Social Security Card, etc.) Copy of transcripts (The substitute Office will accept a photocopy). Reference letters (If desired). Consent to Release of CPS Files.
  • Substitute Permits/Certifications are issued by the Professional Teaching Standards Board and are renewable every five (5) years. If you have any questions, please contact the LCSD1 Substitute Office at 307-771-2122.

BENEFITS

4 months ago

Health Insurance

  • Health Insurance - Summary of Benefits (PDF)
  • Health Insurance Handbook (PDF)
  • Carrier: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming
  • Coverage effective date of hire
  • Must elect to participate within 30 days of date of hire; beyond 30 days, enroll during open enrollment unless special enrollment circumstances (i.e., loss of coverage due to change in family status or spouse's employment status)
  • Open enrollment: Month of November with January effective date.
  • Current employee contribution: 8 percent of total premium (subject to change):
    • Family $149.20/month
    • Single $45.12/month
  • $500 single/$1,000 family deductible80/20 co-insurance
  • $1,500 single/$3,000 family out-of-pocket maximum after deductible
  • Pharmacy Program


Term Life Insurance

  • Life Insurance Handbook - Superintendent's Staff (PDF)
  • Life Insurance Handbook - Administrators (PDF)
  • Life Insurance Handbook - All Others (PDF)
  • Carrier: Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, Denver, Colorado
  • Term life insurance with no cash value
  • Eligibility: Permanent Employees, certified staff working a minimum of 17.5 hours per week, all others working a minimum of 20 hours per week
  • Effective date: First day of month following date of hire
  • Must elect to participate within 30 days of hire; beyond 30 days, must complete Evidence of Insurability form
  • Coverage available based on annual salary
  • Employee contribution: $2.50 per month for employee coverage, $1.60 per month for dependent coverage


Optional Term Life Insurance

  • Carrier: Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, Denver, Colorado
  • Eligibility: Permanent employees, certified staff working a minimum of 17.5 hours per week, all others working a minimum of 20 hours per week
  • Effective date: First day of month following date of hire
  • Must elect to participate within 30 days of hire; beyond 30 days, must complete Evidence of Insurability form
  • Coverage:
    • Employee: An amount between $10,000 and $250,000 in increments of $10,000 not to exceed three (3) times your basic annual earnings.  Amounts available with no evidence of insurability required:  The lesser of three (3) times your basic annual earnings or $250,000 if you are under age 60; $40,000 if age 60-69; $20,000 if age 70-79; and $1,000 if age 80 or over.  Age Reductions: To 67 percent at age 70 and to 50 percent at age 75.
    • Spouse: An amount between $5,000 and $25,000 in increments of $5,000.  Amounts available with no evidence of insurability required:  Up to $25,000 if under age 60, $10,000 for ages 60-69.  Spouse coverage ends when your spouse turns 70 years old.
    • Child(ren): You can purchase increments of $2,500 up to $10,000 for each eligible child.


Disability Insurance

  • Carrier: Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, Denver, Colorado
  • Coverage effective date: First day of month following date of hire
  • Eligibility: Permanent Employees, certified staff working a minimum of 17.5 hours per week, all others working a minimum of 20 hours per week
  • Must elect to participate within 30 days of hire; beyond 30 days, must complete Evidence of Insurability form
  • Coverage: Following a 90 calendar day waiting period, upon approval of application, policy will pay 66 2/3 percent of base salary
  • Current employee contribution to premium (subject to change):
    • $1.50/month
  • As long as disability continues, guaranteed benefit of 24 months for own occupation; if approved for permanent disability from any occupation, benefit will be paid until age 65


Flexible Spending Accounts (Section 125 Plan)

  • Carrier: Flexible Compensation Services - Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Wyoming
  • Pre-tax payroll deduction for medical and/or dependent care expenses:
    • Medical Reimbursement Spending Account
      • Established to cover any medical expenses your health insurance does not cover.  For example, deductibles, co-insurance, non-covered items such as vision, private rooms, etc.
      • Adequate documentation includes notification of benefits from your insurance company or an itemized bill from your provider which includes date of service, patient's name, type of procedure, and amount of the claim.
    • Dependent Care Spending Account
      • Established to cover eligible dependent care expenses that are deductible on IRS form 2441 "Credit for Child and Dependent Care Expenses".
      • Monthly child day care is eligible.  The providers Federal Tax ID#, name and address must be included before claims may be processed and reimbursed.
    • Adoption Spending Account
  • Plan Year - September to August


Vision Services Plan

  • Carrier: Vision Service Plan, Rancho Cordova, California
  • Coverage effective first day of month following date of hire
  • Must elect to participate within 30 days of hire;  beyond 30 days, enroll during open enrollment unless special enrollment circumstances (i.e., loss of coverage due to change in family status or spouse's employment status)
  • Eligibility: Permanent Employee


Retirement


Tax Shelter Annuities

  • Employees can contribute a maximum of $18,000 of their annual income to a participating 403(b) investment company.
  • Employees can contribute a maximum of $18,000 of their annual income to a participating 457 investment company.

For more information about LCSD1 employee benefits and plans, please contact 307-771-2111.


EMPLOYEE WELLNESS PROGRAM

3 months ago

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The mission of the Employee Wellness Program is to improve the overall health of LCSD1 employees by offering a comprehensive program that works to reduce health risks, educate, and support employees. We offer a Wellness Incentive Plan, wellness challenges, wellness courses and other resources to educate our employees about wellness and encourage healthy habits.

A monthly wellness e-newsletter is sent to every LCSD1 employee on topics such as stress management, physical activity and nutrition. Schools can choose specific school-based challenges for 4-6 weeks on losing weight, eating better, moving more or reducing stress. 


Wellness Incentive Plan

Employees and their spouses must be enrolled in our Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming insurance plan in order to be eligible for the incentive plan.

Wellness Incentive Plan (PDF)

Notice Regarding Wellness Program (PDF)     


Wellness Challenges

Wellness Challenges are employee driven, self monitoring behavior change programs.  Each challenge is 6 to 8 weeks and includes a log sheet with an incentive and helpful email tips sent weekly.  Staff and spouses are welcome to participate in these challenges.


Move It Team Challenge September 11-October 20th 2017

Join teams of 5 to 10 individuals in your school or worksite.  Log minutes spent moving weekly and turn into your team leader to be entered into weekly drawings for FitBits.  Receive a log sheet and weekly email tips to encourage you to get moving.  Walk, run, bike, practice yoga, stretch, lift weights; it doesn't matter how you choose to move JUST MOVE MORE.  The top 3 teams (total minutes averaged among team members) at the end of the challenge will receive massages for each team member.

To register CLICK HERE (PDF)


Holiday Health Challenge November 20-January 1, 2018

Focus on the three healthy habits of drinking water, moving more and eating plenty of fruits and veggies during the holidays to prevent unwanted weight gain.  MAINTAIN DON'T GAIN is the focus. 

Sugar Detox Challenge February 2018

Kick the sugar habit for good!  Learn about hidden sources of sugar in your diet to finally come to terms with your sugar addiction.  You will receive tips, recipes and meal plans during this challenge.

Abundance Challenge April 2018

Focus on all the good things in your life.  This challenge involves practicing meditation, getting outdoors and keeping a gratitude journal to bring more abundance into your life.  Receive weekly email tips.



       
      



           






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Fitness Classes


All classes are held at Triumph High School Gym unless otherwise noted. No classes during District in-service and recognized holidays.

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Body Burn

This class combines the latest exercise trends such as HIIT (high intensity interval training), Tabata training, and body weight training into a full body strength and cardio workout in 30 minutes!  Mondays and Wednesdays 4:15-4:45 pm. (No class Oct 9)


FitCamp  

This high intensity workout utilizes HIIT (high intensity interval training methods) to give you a total body workout.  Tighten and tone your body while improving your cardiorespiratory system.  Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:00-5:00 pm at Miller Elementary (No class Nov 2)


Please CLICK HERE to register for Fall Fitness Classes.

       

EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES

3 months ago

Employee Handbook


Workman's Compensation Coverage

Identified employees of LCSD1 are covered by the State of Wyoming’s Workers’ Safety and Compensation program for injuries that occur while performing assigned duties. The identified employees are:

  • Janitors, groundskeepers & maintenance workers
  • Cafeteria workers
  • Nurses
  • Bus drivers
  • Workshop employees, bus mechanics, shop teachers, home economics teachers

  • Diagnostic & analytical laboratory employees
  • Power equipment operators
  • Educational assistants who provide services to special education students
  • Federal programs which require coverage for their participants
  • Hazardous substance workers

The accident/injury must be reported immediately to your supervisor, but no later than 72 hours and a written claim must be filed within eight (8) calendar days of the incident. Claim forms must be submitted to the Risk Management Office located at 3320 Maxwell Avenue, Cheyenne, Wyoming. For information call 307-771-2226 or 307-771-2169. You will need to notify Workers’ Safety and Compensation and the Risk Management Office if you will miss more than three days of work.


Employee Units & Associations

The LCSD1 Board of Trustees recognizes representatives of employee units for purposes of negotiations regarding salary, fringe benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment.

  • Teachers/ Specialists (1,279)
  • Paraeducators (321)
  • Nutrition Services (66)
  • Custodial Services (131)
  • The Transportation Unit members are bus drivers, dispatchers, and transportation assistants (130).
  • The Technical & Support Services unit members are executive secretaries, classified employees, clerical employees, facility technicians, mechanics/upholsterers, warehouse employees, mailroom and grounds employees (279).
  • The Administration unit members include the superintendent, assistant superintendents, directors, principals, associate and assistant principals, curriculum coordinators, program administrators, psychologists/psychometrists/
    psychological technicians, department of technology administrators, kitchen managers, supervisors (117).


Cheyenne Teachers Education Association

The Board recognizes the Cheyenne Teachers Education Association, also referred to as the Teacher Unit, as the representative for a unit of employees consisting of:

  • Classroom Teachers
  • Art, Music, and Physical Education Specialists
  • Title I Teachers/ Specialists
  • Special Education Personnel
  • Counselors
  • Secondary Library/Media Specialists
  • Nurses

  • Social Workers
  • Teachers on Special Assignment (TOSA)
  • Homebound Teachers
  • Athletic Directors
  • Education Specialists
  • Instructional Facilitators
  • Technology Integration Specialists
  • Coordinators


Wyoming Education Association Local #1

The Board recognizes the Wyoming Education Association as the representative for a unit of employees consisting of:

  • Local #1 Transportation Unit
    • Bus drivers
    • Dispatchers
    • Transportation assistants
  • Specialists in Education Association - Paraeducator Unit
    • Paraeducators


Wyoming Public Employee Association

The Board recognizes the Wyoming Public Employees Association as the representative for a unit of employees consisting of:

  • Nutrition Services Unit
  • Custodial Services Unit
  • Technical and Support Services Unit


Meet & Confer Units

The Board recognizes representatives from the Administration units on a meet and confer basis for the purpose of negotiations regarding salary, fringe benefits, and other items and conditions of employment

  • Assistant Superintendent of Instruction
  • Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
  • Assistant Superintendent of Support Operations
  • Director of Instruction
  • Director of Special Services
  • Director of Technology
  • Assistant Directors
  • Principals
  • Associate and Assistant Principals
  • Coordinators
  • Director of Finance
  • Business Services Administrator

  • Department of Technology Administrators
  • Planning Administrator
  • Human Resources Program Administrator
  • Facilities/Risk Management Administrator
  • School-Community Relations Administrator
  • Transportation Administrator
  • Nutrition Services Administrator
  • Psychologists/Psychometrists/ Psychological Technicians
  • Nutrition Services Kitchen Managers
  • Supervisors