Campus Supervisor at Valley View Middle School #427

Mt. Diablo Unified School District
Concord, CA, US

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Campus Supervisor at Valley View Middle School #427 at Mt. Diablo Unified

Job Information

Date Posted:

Application Deadline:
3/31/2023 4:30 PM Pacific

Employment Type:
Part Time

Length of Work Year:
15 hrs/wk

Up To $22.72/hr

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

Contact: Alex Fernandez


Phone: 925-682-8000 4149

Job Description / Essential Elements:


DEFINITION: Under general supervision and evaluation by the site administrator, performs work of routine difficulty in continuous monitoring of student activities during school hours in and around the school facility; and performs other related duties as required.


  • Visually observe student behavior during campus hours on school property; document and report all incidents according to established procedures

  • Advise the principal and assigned supervisor of all serious disturbances, hazardous conditions, unsafe procedures and all serious safety/security matters

  • Tour the school's perimeter and interior periodically to provide maximum visibility, reduce potential physical conflicts among students and provide an atmosphere conductive to the learning process

  • Patrols hallways, restrooms and other areas in and around a school campus. Physically patrol and monitor all campus buildings and grounds; stop and question all students not in class during class time; monitor parking lots and student gathering areas before, during and after school; report to school site administration students that are in the hallways during class time

  • Visually monitor campus buildings and grounds for the presence of outsiders on school campus and report to administration; Checks for unauthorized persons on school grounds and on the alert for disorderly conduct by students

  • Tactfully and diplomatically deals with potential or actual misconduct by students

  • Request identification from adults and students and assist them, as necessary, with legitimate school business

  • Reports incidents beyond designated authority to the appropriate school administrator

  • Confers with school administrators on activities relating to the monitoring of students in and around the assigned campus

  • Assist with school safety programs, as assigned, such as fire drills, evacuation procedures, inspection of fire equipment and other school property

  • Ensure adherence to good safety procedures; follow federal and state laws, as well as Board policies; comply with all nondiscrimination policies of the Board of Education

  • Maintain discipline and orderliness during breakfast and lunch periods and when buses are loading and unloading students

  • Successfully participate in training programs offered to increase individual skill and proficiency related to assigned duties to include cultural diversity, conflict resolution and sensitivity training


Training and Experience: A combination of training and experience equivalent to high school graduation; some experience working with young people and training with restorative social justice practices and response to intervention strategies.

Knowledge of:

  • The community

  • School routines, policies and regulations

  • Diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of students

Skill in:

  • Responding appropriately to behavior problems of students to maintain safe and orderly conditions on a school campus

  • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with others

Ability to:

  • Have sufficient mobility with or without accommodation to perform the duties of the position

  • Learn and interpret school and district rules, policies and procedures

  • Follow oral and written directions


  • A valid California Driver's License may be required.

Certificates and Other Requirements:

Meet requirements as set forth in applicable state and federal laws and District Annual Notices (i.e. Mandated Reporting, Blood Borne Pathogen). Certification in First Aid and CPR required every 2 years.

School-based settings and surrounding school environment or other District designated environment working with students in a diversified campus environment; subject to diverse weather conditions.

Physical Abilities:

Seeing to monitor students during classroom activities and to read instructional materials; hearing and speaking to exchange information and provide assistance to students and staff; walking, reaching, holding with arms, bending at the waist, crouching and squatting to assist students; dexterity of hands and fingers to assist students and to operate specialized equipment or office equipment; pushing wheelchairs, lifting up to 25 pounds or equivalent in lifting students.

Other Qualifications:

Must successfully pass the District's pre-employment fingerprinting and TB testing.

CSEA, Salary Range 372


Board Revision: 6/22/15


Mt. Diablo Unified School District (MDUSD) is honored to serve nearly 29,000 students at more than 50 school sites in Contra Costa County, in the cities of Clayton, Concord, Pleasant Hill, portions of Martinez, Pittsburg, and Walnut Creek, and the unincorporated communities of Bay Point, Lafayette, and Pacheco.

MDUSD offers award-winning, innovative programs in Career Technical Education (CTE), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), extensive visual and performing arts programs, rich foreign language and dual immersion offerings, and regional magnet programs. MDUSD is pleased to offer the only High School and Elementary School International Baccalaureate (IB) programs in Central Contra Costa County; efforts are underway to establish the program at other elementary schools and a middle school. Our College Now program enables high school juniors and seniors to take college classes at Diablo Valley College that allow them to meet high school graduation requirements while also earning college credits, one of only three such programs in the region. The nationally-renowned Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program is in place districtwide. The district also offers a Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program at more than 20 elementary school sites.

Our highly-acclaimed Adult Education program helps more than 7,500 adults each year achieve education, employment, and personal goals with extensive course offerings for career and technical education, adult basic education, high school diploma and high school equivalency, parent education, English as a Second Language, family literacy, citizenship, programs for adults with disabilities, and personal growth and enrichment. In addition, Adult Education supports one of the 10 regional American Job Centers of California Access Sites at its Loma Vista Adult Center, offering job readiness and career search workshops and resources. 


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