Contact the Technology Facilitator at your school or contact the Technology Help Desk at 336-727-8300.
If you lose time from work due to an approved Workers’ Compensation claim, you may choose one of the following:
- Elect to use earned sick leave during the required waiting period and then begin drawing Workers’ Compensation benefits which are paid weekly.
- Elect to receive no pay during the required waiting period and then begin drawing Workers’ Compensation benefits which are paid weekly.
- Elect to supplement the Workers’ Compensation benefits with the use of partial earned sick leave in accordance with the State Board of Education Workers’ Compensation Policy.
The NC Industrial Commission guidelines state that you are to be paid two-thirds (2/3) of your average weekly wage using the wages you earned in the 52 weeks prior to your accident. This amount is not to exceed the maximum established by the Industrial Commission.
While you are out of work, you will not be paid wages from WS/FCS, as you are receiving the insurance benefit from the insurance company. Because our benefits are normally paid via payroll deduction, you will have to manually pay by check for your costs of your benefits. Contact Payroll Benefits to make arrangements to pay for your benefits.
Also, since you are not making contributions to the NC Retirement System while not receiving a pay check from WSFCS, you WILL NOT earn any service credits as long as you are out of work. When you return to work, you can purchase those service credits back. Contact the NC Retirement System for more information about purchasing service credits at (877) 627-3277. While you are out of work, you do not accrue sick or annual leave. However, when you return to work after being on Workers’ Compensation you will be credited the amount of leave that you would have earned while out of work. You must return to work to take advantage of this benefit.
The NC Industrial Commission states that your employer will direct your medical care if you are injured on the job. WSFCS has authorized Novant Health Urgent Care to provide our initial treatment. You may not change treating physicians unless you are referred to another physician by the last authorized treating physician and they obtain approval from the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Carrier.
The NC Industrial Commission stipulates that employees are entitled to mileage for medical treatment at the current rate per mile beyond a 20 mile radius (round trip) from the point of origin. A form 25T must be completed for reimbursement.
If you are involved in an accident caused by a third party, and you collect from the third party or their insurance company, you will be held personally responsible for repaying WSFCS for the money spent on your claim.
You can visit the North Carolina Industrial Commission’s website for more information regarding your rights and responsibilities for Workers’ Compensation.
Each worker is provided the necessary training to complete their assignment. In addition, here are the Kitchen Assistant requirements:
- Understand and follow instructions
- Experience working with food
- Have good customer service skills
- Have the ability to stand for extended periods of time
- Perform simple math calculations and the ability to follow recipes
Here are the Supervisor requirements:
- Have general computer skills
- Be able to perform simple math calculations
- Have supervisory experience
- Be able to coach and train staff
- Be able to give and receive instructions
Yes. The requirements are as follows:
- Attend a three-four hour New Hire Orientation
- Successfully complete a criminal background check
- Pass a drug screening
- Be free of TB and completion of a health certificate
- Be able to follow simple instructions and follow recipes
- Physical requirments include: lifting up to 35 lbs, bending, reaching, standing, and walking unassisted
These teachers are no longer employed on a contract. They are in temporary positions that end at the end of each school year, and are not guaranteed positions for the next school year. Once we finalize allotments and the list of any FT teachers needing an assignment has been cleared, principals can offer positions to part-time teachers as they deem appropriate to their allotments and the needs of their schools. Part-time teachers wishing to transfer to another school may e-mail the principal at that school informing them of their interest. Part-time teachers wanting to move into a full-time teaching position in the coming school year should contact Kathy Furr (Staffing Specialist) or Brenda Bourne (HR Director) informing them of their interest.
Unlike teachers, classified employees can transfer at any time, not just during the breaks between school years. Classified employees interested in transfer or promotional opportunities may apply for any posted vacancies at any time. The lists of current teacher assistant and classified openings are posted on the “Employment” page of the district’s web site and are updated regularly.
The Lead provides technical direction, schedules work projects, oversees work of the crew, performs custodial work in assigned areas, orders supplies and locks up and secures the building.
The Day Porter opens the building, is the sole custodial presence for the majority of the day, receives supplies, provides support, performs custodial work in assigned area and monitors the grounds.
A Lead position requires 3 years of full-time professional custodial experience where a Day Porter requires 1 year of full-time custodial experience.