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It is the policy of the Board of Directors to permit employee job sharing when recommended by the Superintendent, provided that in no case should the cost to the District of a shared position be greater than the cost of a regular position. Employees and applicants who wish to share a job must meet the minimum qualifications for the particular position. Employees who are placed on probation are ineligible for job-sharing. Once probation has been successfully completed the employee may apply for job-sharing.
The District reserves the authority to:
A. Determine which positions are authorized for job-sharing assignments, if any;
B. Require job-sharing employees to attend staff training or other staff development activities;
C. Terminate any job-sharing assignment, or change a job-sharing position to a full time position held by one employee, at the sole discretion of the District;
D. Approve or deny any request to create a job-sharing position in a position currently held by one employee, or vice versa;
E. Require job-sharing staff members to work full-time in the event of the termination or resignation of one of the job-sharing staff members, or until such time as a replacement can be hired, at the sole discretion of the District; and
F. Adjust the times where the job-sharing staff is reporting to work consistent with any adjustment to the schedule of the school or work-site at issue.
Cross References: Board Policy 5215 Assignment and Transfer of Certificated Administrative Staff
Legal References: RCW 28A.400.300 Hiring and discharging employees--Leaves for employees--Seniority and leave benefits, retention upon transfers between schools
28A.405.070 Job Sharing
Adoption Date: 10/28/99, Revised 10/08/15