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Santa Rosa Consolidated School District is accepting applications for the following positions:



  1. Must be physically capable and willing to perform required tasks in custodial and general maintenance;
  2. Must be able to lift a minimum of 25 pounds to head level, when required;
  3. Must be able to kneel, squat, crawl, bend and walk without limitations;
  4. Must possess acceptable attitude(s) towards staff, students and parents;
  5. Must demonstrate dedication to job performance and accept direction and guidance from supervisory personnel;
  6. Must be consistent in monitoring work schedules and in performance of tasks;
  7. Must have a current New Mexico Driver’s License;
  8. Must be literate; With a High school Diploma or GED
  9. Must be able to communicate well;
  10. Must know math computations skills. QUALFICATIONS:
  11. Pass a background check

REPORTS TO: Principal or Maintenance Supervisor

Superintendent of Schools – General Supervisor

JOB GOAL: To provide students with a safe, attractive, comfortable, clean and efficient place in which to learn, play and develop. 


  1. On a daily basis, keep buildings and premises, including sidewalks, drive ways and play areas neat and clean.
  2. On a daily basis, implement a high frequency of operation plan provided by the immediate supervisor (sweep, mopping, waxing, dusting, etc…).
  3. On a daily basis, regulate heat, ventilation and air conditioning systems to provide temperature appropriate to the season and to ensure economical usage of fuel, water and electricity. 4. Shovel snow from sidewalks, driveways, parking areas and steps during inclement weather. 5. Check daily to ensure that all exit doors are open and all panic bolts are working properly during the hours of building occupancy.
  4. Raise the United States and New Mexico Flags at or before 8:00 a.m. on each school day and lower them at or after 3:00 p.m.
  5. On a daily basis, sweep and mop classrooms and dust furniture.
  6. Clean corridors each day and during the day when conditions require it before and after school.
  7. On a daily basis, wash all windows on both the inside and outside.
  8. On a daily basis, keep the grounds free from rubbish.
  9. On a daily basis, perform such yard keeping chores as grass cutting, tree trimming, and the like, as needed to maintain the school grounds in a safe and attractive condition.
  10. On a daily basis, keep all floors in a clean and attractive condition and in a good state of preservation.
  11. Make minor building repairs on a daily basis.
  12. Report major repairs needed promptly to the principal, maintenance supervisor on a daily basis.
  13. Maintain on a regular schedule all motors and other mechanical equipment requiring scheduled servicing.
  14. Report immediately and/or on a daily basis, to the immediate supervisor any damage to school property.
  15. Remain on the school premises during school hours and during non-school hours when the use of the building has been authorized and his/her attendance is required by the principal.
  16. Assume responsibility for the opening and closing of the buildings each school day and for determining, before leaving, that all doors and windows are secured and all lights, except those left on for safety reasons, are turned off.
  17. Keep a daily inventory of supplies, materials, equipment and fuel on hand and requisition such need replacements from the principal far enough in advance so that they may be delivered at such time as not to hinder the maintenance person/custodian in his/her duties.
  18. Pick up ample cleaning supplies and/or materials.
  19. On a daily basis, implement an ongoing program of general maintenance, upkeep and repair. 23. Move furniture or equipment within buildings as required for various activities and as directed by the Principal.
  20. Comply with local laws and procedures for the storage and daily disposal of trash, rubbish and waste.
  21. Conduct daily inspection and test of all electrical installations, water well, water connections, pilots on heaters, to ensure their working and safety condition.
  22. Comply with OSHA Policy as adopted by the Board of Education.
  23. Attend board meetings as requested by the superintendent or his/her authorized designee.
  24. Perform other assigned tasks required by the supervisor(s).

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Work schedule and hours to be established by the Board of Education on an annual basis through the recommendation of the Superintendent (pro-rated if necessary).

SALARY: Salary to be established by the Board on an annual basis, through the adoption of salary schedules.

EVALUATON: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the adopted board policies.

POSITION: Community Schools Grant Coordinator


  • Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Must be able to obtain (at least) an Educational Assistant Level. 3A license from NMPED.
  • Preferred 3+ years of working experience in an educational setting (classroom, administration, or grant writing).
  • Preferred Bachelor’s degree or higher in educational background.
  • Great communication skills (writing & speaking)
  • Must be able to work independently and with a group/team.
  • “Salesman mentality” – positive and energetic attitude that encourages participation.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Working “hand-in-hand” with our local community leaders and entities to garner support for the various initiatives that we implement at S.R.H.S.
  • Consult regularly with S.R.H.S. Principal and Superintendent to ensure that they are apprised of the progress, and are able to provide input/feedback as to the direction of the initiatives.
  • Regularly schedule Site-Based Leadership Team meetings to maintain communication between you and the staff working at the high school.
  • Regularly schedule Community-Based Leadership Team meetings to garner participation and support from the local entities and community leaders.
    • Work with these entities to determine what service/program/initiative they can support that is in line with their goals as an organization.
  • Develop an approach on how to measure short-term and long-term outcomes in order to gauge the effectiveness of the initiatives we implement.
    • An annual Needs Assessment Report may be the best way to accomplish this.
    • Annual surveys, interviews, and/or focus groups will be necessary to determine progress.
  • Apply for the Community Schools Implementation Grant on an annual basis.
    • Create an annual budget for the following year’s grant award
    • Adjust your Needs Assessment and Asset Map accordingly, if needed.
  • Submit the annual Progress Report Toolkit to NMPED for them to evaluate the progress that we are making on an annual basis.
  • Maintain all correspondence with NMPED and ensure that you are apprised of all pertinent information as it changes and evolves.
  • Work in conjunction with S.R.C.S. Business Manager to ensure that the annual budget is submitted into OBMS accurately.
  • Work in conjunction with S.R.C.S. Director of Programs and CLSD Grant staff to braid and merge various funding sources, depending on the initiative that is being implemented.
  • Attend Administrative Meetings at the Superintendent’s request.
  • Present your progress and successes to the School Board, at the Superintendent’s request.
  • Appoint participants from the Site-Based Leadership Team and the Community-Based Leadership Team to take ownership of particular programs/initiatives.
  • Follow-up and support any initiative/program that needs additional help. Be willing to adjust the approach when needed.
  • Be creative
  • Be positive
  • Be willing to host community meetings and events with parents, students, and community stakeholders to develop new partnerships and strategies.
  • Develop great rapport and professional relationships with the high school staff that you will be working; alongside, with.
  • Develop funding streams and put infrastructure in place so that what is implemented at S.R.H.S. can be self-sustaining once the Community Schools Grant “sunsets”.
  • Attend conferences and trainings to stay up-to-date on the latest approaches and strategies from NMPED and other Community Schools in New Mexico.

POSITION: IT Coordinator


The IT Coordinator is directly responsible for the overall administration and coordination of the IT system of the school district. He/She will be responsible for troubleshooting and resolving technical problems and providing training to users to maximize the productivity value of technology in the practice.


  • Institute protocols for the use of IT across departments and the school district.
  • Provide advice on the most suitable IT choices
  • In-charge of the E-Rate program for the school district.
  • Provide technical support or training for systems and networks
  • Act as link between end users and higher level support
  • Install and configure software and hardware (printers, network cards etc.)
  • Monitor system and network performance
  • Perform troubleshooting, repairs and data restoration
  • Performance maintenance activities (e.g. backups)
  • Maintain licenses and upgrade schedules


A BS/BA in Computer Science, IT or relevant field or a combination of training and experience.

JOB TYPE: Full-time


  • relevant: 2 years (Preferred)


  • Multiple locations

Position: Reading/Instructional Coach

Primary Goal: Provide support, mentoring, and assistance to classroom teachers in the full and skillful implementation of the district’s literacy program.

  • Serve as a resource for identifying appropriate instructional strategies and interventions to address diverse learning needs and to improve all students’ achievement.
  • Conduct and demonstrate lessons using research-based instructional strategies.
  • Assist teachers in designing and delivering effective instruction.
  • Collaborate with grade-level teams to set goals for improving instruction.
  • Observe instruction and provide “next steps” support for teachers.
  • Prepare instructional guides, forms, records and reports as relevant and as directed.
  • Guide teachers in the use of screening, diagnosis, progress monitoring and outcome assessments.


New Mexico Level Three-B PreK-12 Administrative License preferred.
MA in Education/Reading or Literacy, Level Three License
Strong technology skills and knowledge that enhances data driven instructional practices

Able to travel to outlying partner facilities

Work Schedule: Contract Days: 210

                                      Contract Hours: 7.5 hrs/day
                             Salary: DOE, Licensure and Education



POSITION: CLSD Reading Interventionist

(2 positions available, one in Santa Rosa Schools, one in Vaughn Schools)

Primary Goal: To provide targeted reading interventions which enable students to become independent readers.

Essential Functions: Coordinate, analyze and share assessment data, serve as a resource for students, parents and teachers, teach students to use reading strategies to comprehend a variety of texts, set high expectations to enable students to reach individual goals, foster a love for reading.


BA- MA Level II or III certification Education/Reading
Bilingual/ESL/ TESOL Endorsement (Preferred)
Must be Highly Qualified according to ESSA

Nine – 10 Month Position

SALARY: DOE, Licensure and Education 


Submit resume to Mr. Martin Madrid 344 Fourth St, Santa Rosa NM 88435
email: mmadrid@srlions.com


Applications are available in PDF format below

Applicants must be able to pass a background check and hold required licenses, if applicable. Positions are available until filled with a fiscal year starting date. Applications are also available at 344 4th St. Santa Rosa, NM 88435.

The Santa Rosa Consolidated School District is an equal opportunity employer. No candidate will be denied employment on the basis of race, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, age, or handicap.

Teacher Application.pdf

2019 Non-Cert. Application.pdf

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