Greater Lowell Technical High School

About UsWe are conveniently located off Route 3 on a beautiful 72-acre campus located on the Tyngsborough/Lowell line adjacent to Vesper Country Club. Our campus includes a 512,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, 27,000 square foot new cafeteria and food service area, 13 state-of-the-art science labs and gymnasium, and a swimming pool. Students come to GLTHS from four communities: the city of Lowell, which sends approximately 80 percent of our students; Dracut, with about 15 percent, and the remainder from suburban Tyngsborough and Dunstable. Most enter the school as ninth graders, although some come in their sophomore year.

Although GLTHS is large, it is also a friendly school. At GLTHS, if you dream it, we will give you the tools to accomplish it. Here, we know that each one of us is unique. We come from different places.

We have different ideas. Different goals. Different learning styles. And thats what brings us together.

This is a place where our diversity is embraced, and our differences unite us. Our student body consists of: 48.60% Female, 50.96% Male, 0.44% Non-Binary. Our student racial/ethnic background consists of 7.88% African American, 4.36% Multi-Race, 17.90% Asian, 36.11% Hispanic, 66.94% White, 1.70% Native American or Alaskan, and 1.22% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. 26.0% First Language not English, 17.3% Students with Disabilities, 48.3% Economically Disadvantaged, and 63.3% High Needs.

With a staff of over 350 FTE including teachers, professionals, administrators, and support staff serving 2300 students, an annual operating budget of over $50M in FY22, we are well resourced and supported to ensure students’ readiness for career, college, and citizenship. We challenge students and staff as they realize their individual potential for personal and professional success. Our hands-on approach to learning empowers us.Greater Lowell Technical High School actively seeks to increase the diversity of its workforce and employ individuals that are committed to promoting an educational climate that fosters excellence, respect, and full inclusion of students, educators, staff, and volunteers in all activities and programs. We welcome applicants with diverse backgrounds who are interested in being part of a collaborative, inclusive work environment.

For additional information regarding our school, please visit What you will do: The following information is a brief example of typical duties the individual may be required to perform. It is not to be considered all inclusive.Responsible for cleaning the facilities, including trash removal, floor cleaning, general cleaning, and sanitizing; sets up for school and miscellaneous events; and other related duties. The skills and abilities we are looking for: Ability to work independently on assignments and with peers. Ability to work well with individuals from manydiverse backgrounds and professions, as well as the student body.

Prior work experience required. A High School diploma or equivalent is preferred. Ability to move and carry heavy loads; ability to climb stairs and ladders.This position schedule is Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

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