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Paraeducator, Court/Community Schools

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11/13/2012
Jordan Hunt
707-399-4440
1
5 hours/day; 5 days/week; 183 days year
Full Time
11/20/2012 5:00 PM Pacific
$14.21 to $18.12 per hour or $14.55 to $18.56 per hour with 48 units of college course work or $14.92 to $19.03 per hour with an Associate's degree or $15.28 to $19.49 per hour with a Bachelor's degree
Date Posted:
11/13/2012
Application Deadline:
11/20/2012 5:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Full Time
Length of Work Year:
5 hours/day; 5 days/week; 183 days year
Salary:
$14.21 to $18.12 per hour or $14.55 to $18.56 per hour with 48 units of college course work or $14.92 to $19.03 per hour with an Associate's degree or $15.28 to $19.49 per hour with a Bachelor's degree
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Contact: Jordan Hunt Email: JHunt@solanocoe.net Phone: 707-399-4440
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
Solano County Office of Education JOB TITLE: Paraeducator, Court/Community Schools (Range 13) Range 14 (48 units), Range 15 (AA Degree), Range 16 (BA Degree) DESCRIPTION OF BASIC FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY To assist a certificated instructor in all areas as assigned and to assist in maintaining a classroom conducive to learning. JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS • Experience in tutoring and supervising small groups of students. • Minimum of six (6) months experience working with children. • High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. • An Associates degree or 48 units from an institution of higher education. Otherwise, a passing grade on all sections of the assessment test given by SCOE and a minimum of six (6) college units or CEUs in related field. • Must have valid CPR and First Aid certification, or ability to obtain certification. • Ability to understand and follow both oral and written instructions. • Ability to work with students in specialized and regular settings, with patience and understanding. • Ability to handle confidential materials with discretion. • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with students, teachers, parents, and the general public. • Ability to learn and follow safety rules and regulations of the Solano County Office of Education Court/Community School programs. • Possession of a valid California driver’s license preferred. This work consists of routine to moderately complex technical and responsible paraprofessional duties, at the entry level to full journeyperson level, within a classification series. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES • Assists certificated teacher in operating classroom and instructing individual or small groups of students. • Supervises students in community-based or regular education-based programs. • May work independently with a group of students in the absence of the teacher. • Assists certificated teacher in developing lesson materials and plans, identifying students’ needs, and maintaining records. • Assists individual students in specific problem areas as necessary. • Takes proper action in situations that threaten the safety of the students or staff. • Helps maintain order in the classroom and assists instructor with appropriate discipline when necessary. • Performs class-related clerical work. • Assists students in use of computers. • Assists in maintaining a clean and orderly classroom. • May receive and record money for classroom activities. • May attend meetings such as IEP, SARB, parent-teacher, etc. • May be required to drive with or without students. • Orders, repairs, inventories, and secures materials and equipment. • Collects, reviews, grades, records, and files students’ work. • Performs related duties as required. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Employees in this classification receive limited supervision within a broad framework of policies and procedures. SUPERVISION EXERCISED None PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REQUIREMENTS This position requires a physical examination be taken and passed based on the physical requirements listed below: Work Position (Percentage of Time): Standing (20%) Walking (10%) Sitting (70%) Body Movement (Frequency): None (0) Limited (1) Occasional (2) Frequent (3) Very Frequent (4) Lifting – lbs. (0-40) Lifting (1) Bending (3) Pushing and/or Reaching Kneeling or Pulling Loads (1) Overhead (2) Squatting (2) Climbing Stairs (1) Climbing Ladders (1) Revised 11/7/07 Paraeducator, Court/Community Schools

Requirements for Applying

High School diploma or GED equivalent An Associates degree or 48 units from institution of higher education or a passing grade on all sections of the assessment test given by SCOE and a minimum of (6) college units or CEUs in related field Valid CPR & First Aid Certification, or ability to obtain certification.

      Requirements for Applying

      High School diploma or GED equivalent An Associates degree or 48 units from institution of higher education or a passing grade on all sections of the assessment test given by SCOE and a minimum of (6) college units or CEUs in related field Valid CPR & First Aid Certification, or ability to obtain certification.


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