SEA 2 - IEP Special Education Assistant 2 - IEP @ Valhalla Elementary #928**$1500 Hiring Bonus** at Mt. Diablo Unified | EDJOIN

 

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SEA 2 - IEP Special Education Assistant 2 - IEP @ Valhalla Elementary #928**$1500 Hiring Bonus** at Mt. Diablo Unified

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Date Posted: 5/31/2022 Application Deadline: 8/18/2022 12:00 AM Pacific
Employment Type: Part Time Length of Work Year: 6 hrs/day; SDO
Salary: $16.79/hr - $22.47/hr **($1500 Hiring Bonus - $500 at hire, $500 at 6 month & $500 at the end of 1 year) Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Alex Fernandez Email: fernandeza@mdusd.org
Phone: 925-682-8000 4149
SCHOOL: Valhalla Elementary
SUPERVISOR: Theodora Pappas, Principal
EXAM DATE: Every Wednesday at 9:00 AM
Job Number:: 928
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   

CLASS TITLE:         SPECIAL EDUCATION ASSISTANT II/IEP

 DEFINITION:  Under general supervision and evaluation by the site administrator, performs work of moderate difficulty in providing specialized instructional support services in various pre K-12 and adult emotionally disturbed, autistic, behavioral, bilingual, full inclusion or assistive technology special education settings; and performs other related duties as required.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

  • Communicate regularly with other members of the instructional team regarding daily performance of the student
  • Under supervision works with assigned student in a group or on an individual basis assisting with specific instructional tasks and accommodating the special needs of the individual student
  • Assist  assigned student with special needs in learning or using special equipment of instructional media
  • Assist  assigned student with special needs in learning or using special tests
  • Assist  assigned student with special needs in the development and maintenance of appropriate social behaviors through the use of a variety of positive reinforcement techniques, activities and/or materials
  • Escort assigned student with special needs to and from buses and in the transferring of students to and from classrooms and events
  • Encourage and assist assigned student with special needs in communicating and engaging in social activities such as field trips and extra curricular activities
  • Supervises assigned student with special needs in snack and lunch activities and outdoor/campus activities
  • Assist assigned student with special needs in learning gross motor skills and teaching independent mobility
  • Support assigned student of diverse levels and types of disabilities, gender, ethnic and cultural backgrounds
  • Maintain and prepare records and performs clerical duties related to special education programs
  • May lift and move assigned student with special needs
  • Assist in teaching assigned student self-feeding skills and grooming and dressing skills
  • Assist in the toileting of assigned student frequently involving lifting and cleaning of student, diapering; supervises teenage student in the use of sanitary supplies
  • May assist with community based instruction
  • May be required to travel from location to location

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:

Training and Experience: A combination of training and experience equivalent to high school graduation and one year experience working with students or the completion of one year of college-level coursework in a field related to the particular assignment.  Successful completion of the Instructional Assistant Proficiency Examination and/or hold appropriate certification for the position. Commitment to complete required training courses or in-services within the first six months of being hired/promoted.

Knowledge of:

  • The appropriate subject matter, program and special instructional or communication procedures
  • The individual differences in children
  • Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, punctuation and mathematics
  • General classroom procedures, practices and equipment
  • General needs relative to students who are physically challenged and/or severely emotionally disturbed students
  • Techniques of learning reinforcement and behavior modification for students
  • Diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of students with special needs

Skill in:

  • Applying special instructional or communication procedures
  • Following oral and written directions
  • Communicating clearly both orally and in writing
  • Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with school staff, students and parents
  • Reading, writing and arithmetic
  • Keeping school and student matters confidential
  • Understanding and appropriately responding to the needs of all students and to posses a genuine liking for students

Ability to:

  • Perform the duties of the position with or without accommodation
  • Learn and interpret rules, policies, regulations and procedures

Licenses:

 A valid California Driver’s License may be required. 

Certificates and Other Requirements:

Ability to meet proficiency requirements as set forth in applicable state and federal laws and District Annual Notice (i.e. Mandated Reporting, Blood Borne Pathogen).  Certification in First Aid and CPR required every 2 years.

Environment:

School-based settings or other District designated environment working with students in a diversified special education classroom environment.

Physical Abilities:

Sufficient vision to monitor students during activities and to read instructional materials; hearing and speaking to exchange information and provide assistance to students and staff; frequently walking, reaching, holding with arms, bending at the waist, crouching and/or squatting to assist students; dexterity of hands and fingers to assist students and to operate specialized equipment or office equipment; pushing wheelchairs; lifting and/or manipulating objects or persons, and/or use of motion up to 25 lbs. or equivalent with or without assistance by another individual and/or with or without the assistance of devices designed to support the lifting effort.

Other Qualifications:

Must successfully pass the District’s pre-employment fingerprinting and TB testing.

CSEA, Salary Range 416

MT. DIABLO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT                            Board Approved:   11/02

                                                                                                      Board Revision:  6/22/15

 

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

POSITION: DEFINITION: Under general supervision and evaluation by the site administrator, performs work of moderate difficulty in providing various specialized instructional support services in various pre K–12 and adult special education settings; and performs other related duties as required ------------------------------------------------------------ Please see Job Description. ------------------------------------------------------------ SELECTION PROCEDURE: To qualify for this position applicant must have a high school diploma and official transcripts of at least two years of college (48 units) or an AA degree or pass our proficiency exam (will accept CBEST in lieu of). Areas covered on the written exam are math, reading, and writing. Please provide copies of your official transcripts or proof of CBEST along with the application. Those candidates successful in the above areas will be invited to interview. All material to be reviewed by the screening committee must be submitted with the application. EXAMINATION INFORMATION: LOCATION: District Office, 1936 Carlotta Drive, Concord; Board Room DATE: Every Wednesday TIME: 9 a.m. (approximate test time 3 hours). No admittance once the test begins. PLEASE ATTEND ONE OF THE ABOVE TESTING DATES. (UNLESS YOU HAVE PROOF OF CBEST OR OFFICIAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS SHOWING 48 UNITS OR MORE.) YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE WRITTEN NOTIFICATION

Answers to Supplemental Questionnaire that can be found by copying and pasting this link: https://mdusd-ca.schoolloop.com/file/1516177890221/1552638253343/9214836294825258632.pdf

  • Letter(s) of Recommendation
  • Resume

POSITION: DEFINITION: Under general supervision and evaluation by the site administrator, performs work of moderate difficulty in providing various specialized instructional support services in various pre K–12 and adult special education settings; and performs other related duties as required ------------------------------------------------------------ Please see Job Description. ------------------------------------------------------------ SELECTION PROCEDURE: To qualify for this position applicant must have a high school diploma and official transcripts of at least two years of college (48 units) or an AA degree or pass our proficiency exam (will accept CBEST in lieu of). Areas covered on the written exam are math, reading, and writing. Please provide copies of your official transcripts or proof of CBEST along with the application. Those candidates successful in the above areas will be invited to interview. All material to be reviewed by the screening committee must be submitted with the application. EXAMINATION INFORMATION: LOCATION: District Office, 1936 Carlotta Drive, Concord; Board Room DATE: Every Wednesday TIME: 9 a.m. (approximate test time 3 hours). No admittance once the test begins. PLEASE ATTEND ONE OF THE ABOVE TESTING DATES. (UNLESS YOU HAVE PROOF OF CBEST OR OFFICIAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS SHOWING 48 UNITS OR MORE.) YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE WRITTEN NOTIFICATION

Answers to Supplemental Questionnaire that can be found by copying and pasting this link: https://mdusd-ca.schoolloop.com/file/1516177890221/1552638253343/9214836294825258632.pdf

  • Letter(s) of Recommendation
  • Resume

    Comments and Other Information

    REQUIREMENTS: All applicants must possess the knowledge and skills required for successful job performance as follows: TRAINING & EXPERIENCE: • A combination of training and experience equivalent to high school graduation. • One year experience working with students or the completion of one year of college-level coursework in a field related to the particular assignment. • Successful completion of the Instructional Assistant Proficiency Examination and/or hold a CBEST. • Commitment to complete two required training courses or in-services within the first six months of being hired. KNOWLEDGE OF: • The appropriate subject matter, program and special instructional or communication procedures • The individual differences in children • Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, punctuation, and mathematics • General classroom procedures, practices, and equipment • Diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of students with special needs SKILL IN: •Applying special instructional or communication procedures •Following oral and written directions •Communicating clearly both orally and in writing •Recordkeeping •Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with school staff, students and parents •Reading, writing, and arithmetic •Keeping school and student matters confidential ABILITY TO: •Perform the duties with or without accommodation •Learn and interpret rules, policies, regulations, and procedures LICENSES: • A valid California Driver's License may be required. Current certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid required NONDISCRIMINATION: The Mt. Diablo Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identify, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, actual or potential parental, family, marital status, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Questions, concerns or complaints regarding compliance with Title IX student issues, please contact the Title IX Compliance Officer, Wendi Aghily, Chief of Pupil Services and Special Education, at 1936 Carlotta Drive, Concord, CA 94519, by phone (925) 682-8000, or email at aghilyw@mdusd.org. Questions, concerns or complaints regarding compliance with Title IX employee issues, please contact the Chief of Human Resources, John Rubio, at 1936 Carlotta Drive, Concord, CA 94519, by phone (925) 682-8000, or email at rubioj@mdusd.org. Questions, concerns or complaints regarding harassment, discrimination, intimidation and bullying, please contact the Equity Compliance Officer, Jennifer Sachs, Executive Director of Instructional Support, at 1936 Carlotta Drive, Concord, CA 94519, by phone (925) 682-8000, or email at sachsj@mdusd.org.

     


    Application Deadline

    8/18/2022 12:00 AM Pacific

    Date Posted

    5/31/2022

    Contact

    Alex Fernandez
    925-682-8000 4149

    Number of Openings

    1

    Salary

    $16.79/hr - $22.47/hr **($1500 Hiring Bonus - $500 at hire, $500 at 6 month & $500 at the end of 1 year)

    Length of Work Year

    6 hrs/day; SDO

    Employment Type

    Part Time

    SCHOOL:

    Valhalla Elementary

    SUPERVISOR:

    Theodora Pappas, Principal

    EXAM DATE:

    Every Wednesday at 9:00 AM

    Job Number::

    928