Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty
satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required.
The Custodian shall be responsible for the cleanliness and minor repairs at his/her building assignment or as directed. This person will be expected to perform at a high level of expertise, requiring minimal training or supervision. This person is responsible for cleaning and maintaining the physical plant in a condition of operation excellence in accordance with prescribed codes and established district policies and standards. When necessary, based on job requirements the individual may be expected to work different shifts. He/she must report to work for snow/ice removal, flooding, etc.on mornings, nights, weekends and holidays when contacted. Facilities shall be maintained in such a manner so they present no interruptions, or obstacles to the educational program. Perform safely, all duties necessary to the care, protection and preservation of the building and grounds and to provide students, faculty and any other person(s) utilizing the facilities with a safe, attractive, comfortable, clean and efficient place in which to learn, work, play and develop. Must perform general cleaning duties in or near any designated classroom, hallway, shop, offices and rest rooms.
Empty waste receptacles into collection bins.
Clean floors by sweeping, dusting, damp mopping, scrubbing and buffing.
Vacuum or dust window sills and moldings; vacuum drapes; clean furniture, windows, blinds and similar items.
Clean stairs and glass doors, windows and panels; vacuum and remove spots from carpets.
Wet mop halls and lobbies.
Clean and disinfect desks, drinking fountains and wash soiled areas of partitions, doors and walls. Wax and polish floor areas* as conditions require.
Clean and disinfect restroom floors, walls, fixtures and faucets.
Clean and fill all soap, paper, and other dispensing equipment.
All other duties assigned.
Shikellamy employees interested in this position, please apply in writing to:
Dr. Jason S. Bendle, District Superintendent
200 Island Blvd
Sunbury, PA 17801
School Police Officer – Part-time
The following position will be available for the 2022-2023 school year:
School Police Officer – Part-time, reporting to the Chief of Police, is available in the Shikellamy School District. Ideal candidate should possess:
Degree in Criminal Justice or related field, and/or military experience
Municipal Police Officer Educational Training Certification (Act 120) or be a graduate of the Pennsylvania State Police Academy and employed as a State Trooper with the Pennsylvania State Police
Authorization to carry a firearm
A valid PA driver’s license and ability to operate a district vehicle
Ability to work a flexible work schedule
Demonstrate aptitude and competence for assigned responsibilities including:
Response to emergency situations
Maintain security procedures focused on the prevention of drugs
Violence and crime within 6 schools
Serve as a positive role model for students
Strong interpersonal skills and excellent communicator
Speaks to classes on the law, including search and seizure, criminal law, motor vehicle law, digital rights. Laws and responsibilities and other topics as assigned by the Chief of Police
Willingness to develop partnerships with students, parents, families, community organizations and school administrators
Physical ability to patrol facilities via foot
Terms of Employment: 10 month position (part-time) aligned with the school year,
Average 29/hour work week with varied start/end times. Hourly rate of $25.00
Applicants must submit a letter of interest, resume, copy of Act 120 Certificate or verification of employment as a Pennsylvania State Trooper, three letters of recommendation/reference, and the following forms current within one year: Act 34 (Pa Criminal History), Act 151 Pa Child Abuse History)clearances, FBI check, Act 126 Mandated Reporter and Act 82 form to:
Chief Shawn M. Williams
Shikellamy School District Police Department
200 Island Blvd
Sunbury, PA 17801
Deadline to apply: September 12, 2022
Occupation Assessment Tax (OAT) College Student Exoneration Information
Shikellamy Board of Education will exonerate full-time college students from paying the Occupation Assessment Tax (OAT) with proof of full-time enrollment and the completion of the exoneration form. Students will be required to complete this exoneration annually to be exonerated from the OAT. The exoneration form can be found on our website or picked up at the front desk at the IPAC administration office. Completed forms with proof of enrollment can be mailed or delivered to the IPAC at 200 Island Blvd. Sunbury, PA 17801. College students will still be responsible to pay the Per Capita tax.