Now Hiring! Special Education Resource Center Associate (Teachers Aide, Tutor); 25 hours per week; Moreno Valley Location! at Altus Schools

Application Deadline

Until Filled

Date Posted
10/11/2023
Contact
Number of Openings
1
Salary
Pay Range
$18.95 - $21.99 Per Hour

Add'l Salary Info

Begin w/ Step 1 hourly contract @ $18.95 (Step 2: $19.43, Step 3: $19.92, Step 4: $20.42, Step 5: $20.92, Step 6: $21.44, Step 7: $21.99); 25 hours per week
Length of Work Year
228 Work Day Contract-12 month
Employment Type
Part Time

Job Summary

Job Summary

Under the direct supervision of the education specialist, the successful candidate will assist in supporting annual goals from Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) for students in grades 6-12, and support operations of a community-based resource center. Special Education Resource Center Associates (RCA) are a key part of each resource center’s instructional staff. The RCA position is hourly and part-time, 25 hours per week. RCAs are role models for students and expected to look, act, and speak as representatives of the school at all times.

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

• Hold a high school diploma or its equivalent • Completion of two years college coursework from an accredited college or university (Minimum of 48 semester units)- Must attach unofficial transcripts • Reliable transportation • Pass a work styles/behavior survey and math assessment • Clear background check by the Department of Justice and FBI • Resume • Two letters of recommendation, on letterhead, within the last two years- one from direct supervisor • Excellent organization, time management, and record keeping skills • Experience working with youth and specialized student populations preferred

  • Copy of Transcript
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two Letters of Recommendation on letterhead written within the past two years, one from direct supervisor)
  • Resume

    • Hold a high school diploma or its equivalent • Completion of two years college coursework from an accredited college or university (Minimum of 48 semester units)- Must attach unofficial transcripts • Reliable transportation • Pass a work styles/behavior survey and math assessment • Clear background check by the Department of Justice and FBI • Resume • Two letters of recommendation, on letterhead, within the last two years- one from direct supervisor • Excellent organization, time management, and record keeping skills • Experience working with youth and specialized student populations preferred

    • Copy of Transcript
    • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two Letters of Recommendation on letterhead written within the past two years, one from direct supervisor)
    • Resume

      Comments and Other Information

      We are on a mission to transform the lives of students! Audeo Valley is a free public school option, serving students in grades 6-12 who seek an alternative learning experience to the traditional school setting. Repeatedly recognized for its quality instructional program, high-caliber teaching and strong operational performance, Audeo Valley seeks to redefine how teachers teach and students learn. Our standards and expectations are high as we prepare our students for the future. Together—teacher, parent, and student—we can guide our students to achieving great academic success and accomplishing the goals each has identified as their own. Audeo Valley is an educational option for students in grades 6-12. Its instructional design is based on a “University Model.” Students work independently and attend classes, labs, or tutorials 1-2 times/ wk. Students come at scheduled times; no more than 20 students on site at a time. The learning environment, located in resource centers throughout the city, is professional, clean, safe and well-equipped with curriculum resources, teacher & student laptops, desktop computers, wireless networks, and high-speed T-1 Internet access in each resource center. SELECTION PROCEDURE: Selected applicants will be interviewed by a panel of School Administrators and will complete work-styles/behavior survey and math quiz. Candidates who successfully complete this phase of process will be interviewed by the Deputy Superintendent School Services and Superintendent School Services and Founder. MORE INFO: Visit our website https://audeovalley.com/ NOTE: Applications are considered ONLY for this school, and NOT for other charter schools within SD City Schools nor schools within the county. Audeo Valley strives to: --Operate an economically successful "business" and ensure that there are adequate resources available to meet the needs of our students. --Select people on the basis of skill, training, ability, attitude, and character without discrimination with regard to age, gender, color, race, creed, religion, political belief, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, health condition, or disability that does not prohibit performance of essential job functions. --Review wages, and working conditions continually with the objective of providing maximum benefits in these areas, consistent with sound business practices. --Dedicate ourselves to accountability and continuous improvement. --Develop competent people who understand and meet our objectives, and who accept with open minds the ideas, suggestions, and constructive criticisms of fellow employees. --Respect individual rights and treat all employees with courtesy and consideration. --Do all these things in a spirit of friendliness and cooperation so that Audeo Valley will continue to be known as "a great place to work!" Resume will not be accepted in lieu of application. We apply the same process for selecting staff. Key components of the process include: paper screening, team interview, work-style behaviors survey, director/manager interview, extensive background checks and reference checks. We may call any person listed as a reference and/or any former supervisors on your application. We do not invite all applicants to interview. We do not hire everyone who applies, and we do not discuss our hiring decisions with applicants. Equal Employment Opportunity No person working at Audeo Valley or applying for work, is to be discriminated against in employment or application for employment or subjected to harassment in the work environment because of potential parental, family, or marital status or the exclusion of any person because of pregnancy or related conditions, age, gender, color, race, creed, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, health condition or sexual orientation. Employment or application shall not be affected by physical or mental disability where the employee is able to satisfactorily perform the essential duties required by the job.

      Comments and Other Information


      We are on a mission to transform the lives of students! Audeo Valley is a free public school option, serving students in grades 6-12 who seek an alternative learning experience to the traditional school setting. Repeatedly recognized for its quality instructional program, high-caliber teaching and strong operational performance, Audeo Valley seeks to redefine how teachers teach and students learn. Our standards and expectations are high as we prepare our students for the future. Together—teacher, parent, and student—we can guide our students to achieving great academic success and accomplishing the goals each has identified as their own. Audeo Valley is an educational option for students in grades 6-12. Its instructional design is based on a “University Model.” Students work independently and attend classes, labs, or tutorials 1-2 times/ wk. Students come at scheduled times; no more than 20 students on site at a time. The learning environment, located in resource centers throughout the city, is professional, clean, safe and well-equipped with curriculum resources, teacher & student laptops, desktop computers, wireless networks, and high-speed T-1 Internet access in each resource center. SELECTION PROCEDURE: Selected applicants will be interviewed by a panel of School Administrators and will complete work-styles/behavior survey and math quiz. Candidates who successfully complete this phase of process will be interviewed by the Deputy Superintendent School Services and Superintendent School Services and Founder. MORE INFO: Visit our website https://audeovalley.com/ NOTE: Applications are considered ONLY for this school, and NOT for other charter schools within SD City Schools nor schools within the county. Audeo Valley strives to: --Operate an economically successful "business" and ensure that there are adequate resources available to meet the needs of our students. --Select people on the basis of skill, training, ability, attitude, and character without discrimination with regard to age, gender, color, race, creed, religion, political belief, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, health condition, or disability that does not prohibit performance of essential job functions. --Review wages, and working conditions continually with the objective of providing maximum benefits in these areas, consistent with sound business practices. --Dedicate ourselves to accountability and continuous improvement. --Develop competent people who understand and meet our objectives, and who accept with open minds the ideas, suggestions, and constructive criticisms of fellow employees. --Respect individual rights and treat all employees with courtesy and consideration. --Do all these things in a spirit of friendliness and cooperation so that Audeo Valley will continue to be known as "a great place to work!" Resume will not be accepted in lieu of application. We apply the same process for selecting staff. Key components of the process include: paper screening, team interview, work-style behaviors survey, director/manager interview, extensive background checks and reference checks. We may call any person listed as a reference and/or any former supervisors on your application. We do not invite all applicants to interview. We do not hire everyone who applies, and we do not discuss our hiring decisions with applicants. Equal Employment Opportunity No person working at Audeo Valley or applying for work, is to be discriminated against in employment or application for employment or subjected to harassment in the work environment because of potential parental, family, or marital status or the exclusion of any person because of pregnancy or related conditions, age, gender, color, race, creed, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, health condition or sexual orientation. Employment or application shall not be affected by physical or mental disability where the employee is able to satisfactorily perform the essential duties required by the job.