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Teacher Assistant - Juvenile Court & Community Schools - April, 2013

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4/1/2013
Jessica Glover
Not Specified
12 months
Full and Part Time
4/30/2013 1:00 PM Pacific
$10.15 per hour
Date Posted:
4/1/2013
Application Deadline:
4/30/2013 1:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Full and Part Time
Length of Work Year:
12 months
Salary:
$10.15 per hour
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Not Specified
Contact: Jessica Glover Email: jglover@sdcoe.net Phone:
Various sites across San Diego County
Various sites across San Diego County
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San Diego County Office of Education TEACHER ASSISTANT Juvenile Court and Community Schools DEFINITION Under the immediate supervision of a classroom teacher or school administrator, provides clerical and tutorial assistance to the instructional program in an assigned classroom at a Juvenile Court and Community Schools program. TYPICAL TASKS · Orients and provides instructional assistance to individuals or small groups of students. · Tutors individuals and small groups of students in various subject areas. · Observes and controls behavior of students according to approved procedures; reports progress regarding student performance and behavior. · Administers tests to students and posts test results; scores papers and posts scores to student records. · Assists teacher in establishing and maintaining a clean, safe and pleasant classroom and learning environment. · Assists in preparing instructional materials. · Delivers teaching materials and supplies to classrooms.· Assembles, sets up and installs new equipment. · Sets up bulletin board and other classroom displays. · Assists in maintaining student records and files; takes attendance. · Operates equipment such as copy machines, computers and audiovisual equipment. · Performs related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education Graduation from high school or its equivalent. Two years or 48 semester units of study in a college/university; or Associates degree or higher; or successful completion of an assessment test, administered by the San Diego County Office of Education, in basic reading, writing, mathematics skills and the ability to assist with instruction is required as stated in the No Child Left Behind Act. Concurrent enrollment in a minimum of six (6) semester units or nine (9) quarter hours of college credit at an institution accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Verification of Enrollment (Form TA140) must be submitted prior to start of employment and submitted each year. Experience Some experience working with students is desirable.

Requirements for Applying

SDCOE is recruiting for Teacher Assistants for the Juvenile Court and Community Schools Program. TA's will work closely with a JCCS teacher in an assigned classroom to provide clerical or tutorial assistance. The Juvenile Court & Community Schools Program serves home-schooled students, teen parents, incarcerated youth, youth on probation, working teens who need to help support themselves or their families, homeless youth, expelled youth, youth in group homes, and other youth who benefit from a non-traditional learning environment. All Teacher Assistants must be currently enrolled in school and carrying at least six semester units or the equivalent, regardless of how much education has already been completed. SDCOE will verify the enrollment of each TA selected for hire through a form that must be completed by your college or university registrar. All Teacher Assistants must meet No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements before being placed in a classroom. The requirement may be met in one of the following ways: 1) 48 semester units of study in a college/university; 2) Associates degree or higher; or 3) successful completion of the SDCOE TA exam, administered by the San Diego County Office of Education, in basic reading, writing, mathematics skills and the ability to assist with instruction. Applicants with bilingual skills in Spanish and Arabic are preferred.

      Requirements for Applying

      SDCOE is recruiting for Teacher Assistants for the Juvenile Court and Community Schools Program. TA's will work closely with a JCCS teacher in an assigned classroom to provide clerical or tutorial assistance. The Juvenile Court & Community Schools Program serves home-schooled students, teen parents, incarcerated youth, youth on probation, working teens who need to help support themselves or their families, homeless youth, expelled youth, youth in group homes, and other youth who benefit from a non-traditional learning environment. All Teacher Assistants must be currently enrolled in school and carrying at least six semester units or the equivalent, regardless of how much education has already been completed. SDCOE will verify the enrollment of each TA selected for hire through a form that must be completed by your college or university registrar. All Teacher Assistants must meet No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements before being placed in a classroom. The requirement may be met in one of the following ways: 1) 48 semester units of study in a college/university; 2) Associates degree or higher; or 3) successful completion of the SDCOE TA exam, administered by the San Diego County Office of Education, in basic reading, writing, mathematics skills and the ability to assist with instruction. Applicants with bilingual skills in Spanish and Arabic are preferred.

          Employment with SDCOE is contingent upon successful completion of a post-offer background check. The San Diego County Office of Education is an equal-opportunity employer.

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          Application Deadline: 4/30/2013 1:00 PM Pacific

          Employment with SDCOE is contingent upon successful completion of a post-offer background check. The San Diego County Office of Education is an equal-opportunity employer.

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