The goal of Saunemin Community Consolidated School District #438 is to recruit, retain, and develop qualified staff that will provide the District with personnel that can provide high quality educational programs, fully meet the needs of our students, adress the expectations for our community, and implement the mission and vision of the District.
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Thank you for your interest in Saunemin Community Consolidated School District #438! To learn about opportunities and/or complete our online application, please visit the links below. To learn more about our district, we encourage you to spend some time reviewing the information and resources available on our website.
Current Internal Job Opportunities
Teacher Demographics At-A-Glance
Displays the race/ethnicy and gender of teachers.
Percentage of teachers holding a bachelor's degree, master's degree, or higher.
Student / Teacher Ratios
Average number of students per teacher.
Percentage of full time teachers who return to the same school year after year.
Average Salary for Teachers.
State of Illinois Licensure
Most Saunemin Community Consolidated School District #438 positions require some form of licensure. Please find below links to Illinois licensure-related websites:
Dewitt, Livingston, Logan, McClean Counties Regional Office of Education #17
Illinois State Board of Education
Educator Licensure Information System (ELIS)
Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR)
Employee Assistance Program
Saunemin Community Consolidated School District #438 is committed to the complete well-being of its employees, and to this end we have arranged for a comprehensive Employee Assistance Program. The employee assistance program is a voluntary, confidential service that provides professional counseling and referral services designed to help with personal, job, or family related problems. These services can help you and your family members identify, resolve, and gain control over personal problems that may be interfering with work and daily life.
403(B) Voluntary Retirement Plans & Supplementary Life Insurance
Saunemin Community Consolidated School District #438 offers employees the opportunity to contribute to 403(b) voluntary retirement plans. The District also offers employees the opportunity to enroll in Supplementary Life Insurance plans. For 2019, participants may contribute up to $18,000 in a 403(b) voluntary retirement plan. For more information about these plan types, please use the links below:
403(b) Plan Basics - Internal Revenue Service
Sauemin Community Consolidated School District #438 currently has approved agreements with the following 403(b) and Supplementary Life Insurance providers:
Equal Employment Opportunity and Minority Recruitment
Saunemin Community Consolidated School District #438 shall provide equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of their race; color; creed; religion; national origin; sex; sexual orientation; age; ancestry; marital status; arrest record; military status; order of protection status, unfavorable military discharge; citizenship status provided the individual is authorized to work in the United States; use of lawful products while not at work; being a victim of domestic or sexual violence; genetic information; physical or mental handicap or disability, if otherwise able to perform the essential functions of the job with reasonable accommodation; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions; credit history, unless a satisfactory credit history is an established bona fide occupational requirement of a particular position; or other legally protected categories. No one will be penalized solely for his or her status as a registered qualifying patient or a registered designated caregiver for purposes of the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act, 410 ILCS 130/.
Persons who believe they have not received equal employment opportunities should report their claims to the Nondiscrimination Coordinator and/or a Complaint Manager for the Uniform Grievance Procedure. These individuals are listed below. No employee or applicant will be discriminated or retaliated against because he or she: (1) requested, attempted to request, used, or attempted to use a reasonable accommodation as allowed by the Illinois Human Rights Act, or (2) initiated a complaint, was a witness, supplied information, or otherwise participated in an investigation or proceeding involving an alleged violation of this policy or State or federal laws, rules or regulations, provided the employee or applicant did not make a knowingly false accusation nor provide knowingly false information.
The Superintendent shall appoint a Nondiscrimination Coordinator for personnel who shall be responsible for coordinating the District’s nondiscrimination efforts. The Nondiscrimination Coordinator may be the Superintendent or a Complaint Manager for the Uniform Grievance Procedure. The Superintendent shall insert into this policy the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the District’s current Nondiscrimination Coordinator and Complaint Managers.
Mr. Gary Doughan
39 Main Street
Saunemin, IL 61769
Mr. Gary Doughan
39 Main Street
Saunemin, IL 61769
The Superintendent shall also use reasonable measures to inform staff members and applicants that the District is an equal opportunity employer, such as, by posting required notices and including this policy in the appropriate handbooks.
The District will attempt to recruit and hire minority employees. The implementation of this policy may include advertising openings in minority publications, participating in minority job fairs, and recruiting at colleges and universities with significant minority enrollments. This policy, however, does not require or permit the District to give preferential treatment or special rights based on a protected status without evidence of past discrimination.