The San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools accepts on an ongoing basis applications for Substitute Paraeducator positions.
SALARY: $13.00 Hourly
All applicants must be able to meet the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements to receive further consideration.
The Paraeducator works in the classroom to assist the teacher in the preparation and implementation of education and training programs. The Paraeducator directs, assists and encourages the completion of all teacher initiated activities in a variety of educational settings, including:
Alternative Education Programs: Paraeducators working in the Alternative Education programs will assist teachers to maintain a safe classroom environment and provide academic training and supervision of "at risk youth” through the following programs: Community Schools, providing academic, social skills and mental health development to students from grades 7-12 who have been expelled or referred by their local school districts or Probation; Juvenile Court School, bringing academic, vocational and computerized instruction, along with improvement of self esteem and social skills, to Juvenile Hall to serve students who are wards of the court.
Special Education Programs: Paraeducators working in the Special Education programs at County Schools will assist teachers to provide academic and self help skills training to severely mentally and/or physically handicapped students from birth to age 22. Typical handicapping conditions affecting students in these programs include: autism, blindness, deafness, mental retardation, serious emotional disturbance, orthopedic impairment, multiple disabilities, traumatic brain injury, visual, speech, language or hearing impairment.
·Assist teacher in one or more of the following curriculum areas: academic, vocational education, social skills, health development, language development, sensory/motor, arts & crafts and household arts;
·Assist the teacher with student care activities such as: toileting, diapering, face and hand washing, manipulation of clothing and feeding;
·Assist the teacher in the preparation of educational materials and teaching aids;
·Effectively supervise students;
·Maintain classroom records;
·Work cooperatively and communicate effectively with parents, school district personnel, law enforcement, health services and social services representatives;
·Implement activities the teacher has introduced.
.Ability to lift 50 pounds;
·Ability to meet the No Child Left Behind Requirements; (Completion of an Associate's Degree or higher - OR- completion of 72 quarter units or 48 semester units may be substituted in lieu of taking the NCLB written test. Copy of degree or transcripts must be provided).
·High School Diploma or equivalent.
·Ability to use the English language to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing;
·Previous school experience in a class for the handicapped or experience with a youth group program.
·Training or education in related areas such as child development, health care, special education.
·Experience with computer operations.
NECESSARY MATERIALS FOR APPLICATION
·Completed Ed-Join on-line application;
- Applicants must meet minimum qualifications and submit all necessary materials in order to qualify as a candidate.
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
760 E. Brier Dr, San Bernardino, CA 92408 • (909) 386-9501
Internet Address: www.sbcss.k12.ca.us
This facility is handicapped accessible
AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2004, PAPER APPLICATIONS WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED. ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED THROUGH ED-JOIN AT www.sbcss.k12.ca.us
All employment offers are made contingent upon ability to pass a pre-placement physical examination. State law requires all of our employees to be fingerprinted for the purpose of a confidential background investigation and prohibits the commencement of employment until the background investigation has been completed. Proof of freedom from active tuberculosis based upon an intradermal test must be furnished at time of employment. Public Law 99-603 (Immigration, Naturalization & Control Act of 1986) requires that all employees hired after November 6, 1986 provide proof of work eligibility. Therefore, if hired please be prepared to present appropriate documentation verifying identity and ability to work legally in the U.S.