*In accordance with the City of Rochester Ordinance No. 2014-155, as of November 18, 2014 employers will no longer inquire as to an applicant’s prior criminal conviction until after the initial employment interview. If granted a second interview with SPCC, any prior criminal conviction, including a DWI, must be disclosed and discussed privately with SPCC’s CEO. If this should apply to you, it is your responsibility to contact Lisa Butt at email@example.com
If you have a Child Protective Indication you must disclose this and offer explanation if applicable. Because we need to ensure the safety of children we work with, depending on the circumstances this may affect your eligibility. In the event that you are hired and it is subsequently discovered when we complete the required CPS clearance check, this will likely result in termination of your employment.
In addition, because most positions at SPCC require you to drive, you must possess a valid NYS driver’s license with a driving record that meets Agency Insurance requirements. In the event that you are hired and it is subsequently discovered when we complete MVC that your record does not meet agency requirements, this could result in termination.
To report suspected child abuse or neglect, please call Monroe Co. Child Protective Services (CPS) at 585-461-5690.