|Date Posted||July 04, 2021|
|Industry||K-12: Public Schools|
|Job Status||Not Specified|
SPECIAL EDUCATION PARAPROFESSIONAL - DISTRICT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM
Position requires 35 hours per week for 170 days while school is in session
We offer an attractive benefits package to include health, dental, vision, life insurance and paid time off as well as a retirement plan through PERA.
Hourly Rate Range = $13.50-$17.50 (DOE)
Responsible for assisting with the instructional and physical needs of special needs students in a variety of functions and settings. Develops and promotes good community relations among various community and school clientele.
1. Collaborates and consults with the special education teachers and specialists in instructional activities in accordance with IEP goals.
2. Assists with instruction in self contained classrooms, one on one and small groups.
3. Maintains and monitors the daily activities of students in all classes, provides a variety of assistance when needed.
4. May assist with the preparation of instructional and resource materials.
5. May supervises special needs students in non-classroom settings.
6. Maintains some student records pertaining to behavior and progress, including confidential reports and information and reports for staffings.
7. Interacts and communicates appropriately with parents and other staff.
9. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
MINIMUM EDUCATION OR FORMAL TRAINING
High school graduate or equivalent
Less than one year
General office equipment
Some knowledge of special needs students helpful
Has the ability to work cooperatively with supervisors and co-workers
Maintains a generally positive attitude
Has read the employee handbook to familiarize themselves with pertinent policies
Observes all district policies and procedures
LICENSES OR CERTIFICATION
ESSENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS
Mostly clean and comfortable; some noise; some hazardous situations, depending on situation and nature of special needs and conditions of students
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Frequent standing, walking, sitting, bending, and reaching
Occasional stooping, squatting, and kneeling
Occasional lifting up to 20 pounds