Regular positions: All persons who have a regular work schedule, receive wages or salaries through DCSDâ€™s payroll and whose employment is not limited to a specific period of time or purpose. Full-time positions: Those employees who are scheduled to work 30 hours or more per week. All regular full-time employees are eligible for all employment benefits provided by DCSD to its employees in general. Part-time positions: Those employees who are scheduled to work less than 30 hours per week. Regular part-time employees are eligible for limited employment benefits in general. Temporary positions: Those employees whose administrative or professional technical service is intended to be of limited duration. Paid interns, who are employed for a limited duration, fall under this category. This definition excludes individuals supplied under contract by an outside agency. Temporary employees are not eligible for employment benefits in general and their term of employment does not normally exceed one year. Seasonal positions: Those employees who are hired to work for a particular season or specific time of the year on a recurring basis, usually less than nine (9) months annually. Substitute positions: Those employees who work on an as needed basis for absent classified or licensed employees. Absences can include both daily absences and leaves of absence. Substitute positions are not eligible for time off or health benefits.
Douglas County School District
Non-exempt positions: Employees (i.e. classified) who are subject to all provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as amended and other laws that regulate overtime. These employees receive an overtime pay rate for hours worked beyond 40 hours in any workweek. Exempt positions: Executive, professional, administrative, licensed and some computer professional employees who are excluded from the overtime provisions of the FLSA as amended. These employees do not receive overtime pay for hours worked beyond 40 hours in any workweek. 110 positions: Those employees who are retired under PERA and can only be hired when a job posting has not produced a viable candidate pool.