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Instructional Aide Special Education

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6/27/2013
Leslie A. Perricone
lperricone@alpineschools.net
619-445-0802 103
2
3 hrs/day 10 months
Part Time
7/9/2013 3:00 PM Pacific
Placement will start at Range 8 ($10.63/hour) on the Classified Salary Schedule with a 5-month training period. When training is complete, the employee will be moved to Range 14 ($12.31/hour) on the Classified Salary Schedule.
Date Posted:
6/27/2013
Application Deadline:
7/9/2013 3:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Part Time
Length of Work Year:
3 hrs/day 10 months
Salary:
Placement will start at Range 8 ($10.63/hour) on the Classified Salary Schedule with a 5-month training period. When training is complete, the employee will be moved to Range 14 ($12.31/hour) on the Classified Salary Schedule.
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
2
Contact: Leslie A. Perricone Email: lperricone@alpineschools.net Phone: 619-445-0802 103
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
Definition: Under the direction of a Special Education teacher or other assigned administrator, assist in the instructional program and behavioral management of physically, emotionally and learning disabled students in Special Day Class, Resource Specialist Programs and/or any other regular education of special education program; provide instruction and a positive role model to students in basic living skills, social interactions and academic development.

Training and Experience: AA degree or higher; OR 48 units of higher education (transcript must be provided); OR pass the Alpine Union School District Paraprofessional Proficiency Exam. A typical qualifying background would include graduation from high school and some experience working with disabled children in an organized setting. Must have successfully completed the District's competency-based program requirements as an Instructional Aide Special Education Trainee within a six-month period.

Qualifications Guide
Knowledge of: Child guidance principles and practices; basic subjects taught in District schools; effective interpersonal and communication skills; behavior management and positive reinforcement; classroom procedures and appropriate conduct; basic record-keeping methods.

Ability to: Tutor individual and small groups of special education students in academic subjects, physical education, basic living skills and other assigned instructional areas. Provide support and assistance to a teacher in implementing IEP objectives for individual students. Provide medically related assistance to students with special physical needs. Answer questions and assist students in a variety of academic subjects. Utilize behavior management techniques according to established guidelines.

Physical: The selected candidate must be able to perform the duties of a rigorous work schedule which includes lifting, loading, and unloading and pass a physical examination certifying this ability; stand and walk for extended periods of time; lift, move and restrain students aged three years to fifteen years as required; participate in physical activities on the playground; supervise students in community-based activities.

Examples of Duties: Assist the teacher in modifying curriculum and instruction to meet the special needs of individual students; assist in implementing Individualized Education Program (IEP) objectives; assist in administering academic assessment tests; correct student work; record appropriate data; assist teachers with supervision of pupils in the classroom and on the playground; assist students in getting on and off school buses; lift and assist students in the use of wheelchairs, classroom and playground equipment, bathrooms and other school facilities; under the training of the nurse, perform a variety of medically related duties including administering medications, tube feeding, oral and tracheal suctioning, catheterization and changing colostomy bags as required by individual students; apply feeding techniques as prescribed by the teacher; assist students with toileting as assigned; assist students with orthopedic and other adaptive device; perform other related duties as assigned.

Requirements for Applying

Applicants must have one of the following: (1) AA degree or higher OR (2) 48 units of higher education (please provide transcripts or bring your diploma) OR pass the District Paraprofessional Exam. If applicable, please call 619-445-0802 to sign up for a test.

ALL CURRENT EMPLOYEES interested in transferring into this position from the same classification must file a written request. All other employees interested in this position must complete the application and questionnaire. APPLY: Applications being accepted online ONLY through www.edjoin.org. Please call Leslie Perricone, Human Resources Specialist at (619) 445-0802 for any questions. All regular positions with the Alpine Union School District are offered contingent upon passing a pre-placement physical that includes a drug screen. By law you will be required to be fingerprinted and show proof of legal right to work in the United States. PRE-PLACEMENT MEDICAL EXAMINATION-Appointment is contingent upon passing a pre-placement physical that includes a drug screen. FINGERPRINT REQUIREMENT-California State Law requires that all employees be fingerprinted and show proof of legal right to work in the United States. Employment is contingent upon fingerprint clearance. EQUAL OPORTUNITY EMPLOYER-Accommodations are provided for disabled persons. Advance notice is necessary. Call 619-445-0802. OATH OF ALLEGIANCE- New employees must sign and agree to abide by the provisions of the State of California Loyalty Oath.

      Requirements for Applying

      Applicants must have one of the following: (1) AA degree or higher OR (2) 48 units of higher education (please provide transcripts or bring your diploma) OR pass the District Paraprofessional Exam. If applicable, please call 619-445-0802 to sign up for a test.

      ALL CURRENT EMPLOYEES interested in transferring into this position from the same classification must file a written request. All other employees interested in this position must complete the application and questionnaire. APPLY: Applications being accepted online ONLY through www.edjoin.org. Please call Leslie Perricone, Human Resources Specialist at (619) 445-0802 for any questions. All regular positions with the Alpine Union School District are offered contingent upon passing a pre-placement physical that includes a drug screen. By law you will be required to be fingerprinted and show proof of legal right to work in the United States. PRE-PLACEMENT MEDICAL EXAMINATION-Appointment is contingent upon passing a pre-placement physical that includes a drug screen. FINGERPRINT REQUIREMENT-California State Law requires that all employees be fingerprinted and show proof of legal right to work in the United States. Employment is contingent upon fingerprint clearance. EQUAL OPORTUNITY EMPLOYER-Accommodations are provided for disabled persons. Advance notice is necessary. Call 619-445-0802. OATH OF ALLEGIANCE- New employees must sign and agree to abide by the provisions of the State of California Loyalty Oath.

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