Positions posted for 2022/23 will be posted in phases (see below):
In County Transfers:
The initial posting of vacancies shall be for a period of seven (7) calendar days and such
posted vacancies shall be held vacant for any in-county employee, including unassigned
employees identified in Section B. who wish to apply to transfer to vacant positions in any
job classification in which he/she is currently qualified. This shall not be construed as to
provide any employment rights to the annual contract personnel identified in accordance
with paragraph B.4. and 7. of this article should these personnel fail to transfer to vacant
positions during this phase.
NOTE: In the event a new school is scheduled to open in the next school year,
vacancies at the new school shall be posted prior to the Phase I posting in
sectionD.1.(a) and held open for a period of seven (7) days before dropping to Phase II.
Involuntary Transfers/Return from Leave:
After the initial seven (7) day posting, only those vacancies in the same job groupings
(teacher assistants, clerical, cafeteria assistants and custodians) for which employees are
unassigned and qualified shall be held vacant until these employees are assigned.
Unassigned employees listed for involuntary transfers as indicated in paragraphs B. 4 and 7
shall be placed in vacant positions in jobs for which they are qualified by greatest seniority
in the district within the following categories and restrictions:
(1) Qualified multi contract personnel in the job classification.
(2) Qualified annual contract and bumped annual contract personnel in the job classification.
(3) Qualified multi-contract personnel in any job classification for which they are qualified.
(4) Qualified annual contract and bumped annual contract personnel in any job classification
for which they are qualified. Employees will have the right to one refusal but will be
placed at the bottom of the reassignment list after the second refusal. Unassigned
personnel have priority for placement back in the school or work site in which they were
identified, in the event a vacancy becomes available in that school or work site in the
specific job in which they are qualified.
Vacancies for which employees returning from an extended leave are qualified shall be
held vacant until these employees are assigned. Employees returning from leave shall be
placed in vacant positions for which they are qualified by greatest seniority in the
district within the following categories:
(a.) Qualified multi contract personnel.
(b.) Qualified annual contract personnel.
(5) Unassigned employees will have the right to one refusal, but will be placed at the
bottom of the reassignment list after the second refusal
Regular In County Transfers and Qualified New Candidates:
Vacancies remaining after the placement of unassigned personnel and personnel returning
from leave shall then be posted and held vacant for both qualified in-county personnel who have
filed with the Human Resources Division a completed transfer request in accordance with
district guidelines and qualified new candidates from the applicant pool.
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