The district employs more than 400 staff members who fit under the support staff category. Support staff includes bus drivers, office clerical help, custodial workers, food service workers, school monitors, occupational therapy assistants and school nurses who work in all of South Colonie's schools and offices. This portion of the Human Resources Department web page provides a variety of resources for these staff members such as job descriptions and employment applications, evaluation forms and other publications.
South Colonie Support Staff Job Application Forms (all forms are pdf format)
Applications are always accepted for many full-time, part-time and substitute positions listed below. When an opening occurs, applications will be forwarded to the hiring supervisor for review. For upcoming Civil Service examination announcements, please visit the Albany County Department of Civil Service web site.
New Employee Letter (pdf)
Civil Service Procedures (pdf)
School Bus Driver
Requires high school diploma or equivalent and CDL B Driver's License with P and S endorsements. We will provide training to help you attain the necessary licenses.
Repairs diesel and gasoline vehicles. Must possess CDL B Driver's License with P and S endorsements. Requires high school diploma or equivalent
Requires high school diploma or equivalent and good computer skills. Previous experience doing clerical work perferred. Substitute position, filling in as needed. Must type at least 35 words per minute - test given.
Requires high school diploma or equivalent. Semi-skilled building repair and maintenance responsibilities as well as grounds maintenance.
Requires high school diploma or equivalent and previous work experience doing cleaning. Works individually and as part of a team.
Food Service Helper
Requires high school diploma or equivalent. Cashier experience helpful.
Performs skilled repairs and maintenance of buildings. Knowledge of carpentry, plumbing and electrical. Must possess CDL B driver license. Requires high school diploma or equivalent.
Requires high school diploma or equivalent. Establishes good rapport with students. Those who are bus monitors must take NYS Education Department Bus Aide Pre-Service course (provided by school district).
Provides health services in school buildings. Must possess NYS RN license with CPR and AED certifications.
Works during summer and vacation breaks in maintenance, computer/technology or clerical fields. Requires high school diploma or equivalent.