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Paraprofessional - Special Education II - Grades: K-5th (6 Hrs./day) (El Granada Elementary School)

Paraprofessional - Special Education II - Grades: K-5th (6 Hrs./day) (El Granada Elementary School)
Employer:
Cabrillo Unified School District
Date Posted:
5/25/2018
Contact:
Martha Ladd
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Length of Work Year:
180 work-day calendar, starting August 20, 2018
Employment Type:
Part Time
Application Deadline:
Until Filled
Salary:
CALPERS member after January 01, 2013 rate: Range 17 Step A ($16.92/hour) to Range 17 Step E ($21.35/hour); CALPERS member prior to January 01, 2013 rate: Range 17 Step A ($15.96/hour) to Range 17 Step E ($20.15/hour)
Date Posted:
5/25/2018 Application Deadline:
Until Filled Employment Type:
Part Time Length of Work Year:
180 work-day calendar, starting August 20, 2018 Salary:
CALPERS member after January 01, 2013 rate: Range 17 Step A ($16.92/hour) to Range 17 Step E ($21.35/hour); CALPERS member prior to January 01, 2013 rate: Range 17 Step A ($15.96/hour) to Range 17 Step E ($20.15/hour) Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1 Contact: Martha Ladd Email: laddm@cabrillo.k12.ca.us Phone:
Location:
El Granada Elementary School
Times of Day:
TBD
Schedule:
6 hours/day; 5 days/week; 180 work-day calendar
Location:
El Granada Elementary School
Times of Day:
TBD
Schedule:
6 hours/day; 5 days/week; 180 work-day calendar
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print
BASIC FUNCTION:Under the supervision of the Principal and Director of Special Services, and the functional supervision of the classroom and special education teacher, assists a certificated teacher or specialist in providing instruction to individual or small groups of students; monitors and reports student progress regarding behavior and performance; performs a variety of clerical duties as assigned.REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:Supports inclusion and collaboration programs. EAssists teachers in carrying out behavior modification programs. EProjects a mature, constructive, stable, and healthy (positive) attitude in a learning environment. EIdentifies learning needs of children and provides emotional support, friendly attitudes, and general guidance. EAssists the principals and teachers in supervising pupil behavior in accordance with adapted school standards. EAssists pupils in the process of being served and seated in lunch areas. ERemains informed of special medical needs or problems of students. EAssists students with social, hygienic and prevocational skills. EAssists students with toileting needs. EAdapts methods of instruction to meet the individual needs of students. EAssists in the development of a variety of instructional materials. EFacilitates and augments communication systems with and without specialized equipment, as needed. EAttends I.E.P. meetings, as necessary. EProvides instruction to students with special needs and identified learning disabilities in various classroom settings. EProvides assistance in all aspects of the care and education of those students who have special needs, including health related needs. EAdapts methods of instruction to meet the individual needs. EPrepares instructional materials as directed by the teacher and other support staff; monitors and scores a variety of tests. E Tutors individual or small groups of students, reinforcing instruction as directed by the teacher; monitors and assists special education students in prescriptive learning activities. EUtilizes behavior modification techniques and multisensory instructional strategies to improve the academic skills of students with learning disabilities or other related problems. EObserves and controls behavior of students according to approved procedures; reports progress regarding student performance and behavior. EOversees student activities including field trips as required; supervises playground activities as assigned. EPerforms a variety of clerical duties such as preparing, typing and duplicating instructional materials, scoring papers, and recording grades. EProvides support to the teacher by setting up work areas, displays and exhibits; operates audiovisual equipment; operates education training equipment; and distributes and collects paper, supplies, and materials. EConfers with teachers concerning programs and materials to meet student needs. EAssures the health and safety of students by following health and safety practices and procedures. EDirects group activities of students as assigned. EMaintains confidentiality. EParticipates in staff meetings and inservice training programs on a regular basis. EPerform related duties as assigned.KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:KNOWLEDGE OF:Child guidance principles and practices related to students with learning disabilities.Basic subjects taught in district schools, including arithmetic, grammar, spelling, language, and reading.Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary.Oral and written communication skills.Interpersonal relations skills using tact, patience and courtesy.Recordkeeping techniques.Classroom procedures and appropriate student conduct.Operate office machines and keyboard equipment. ABILITY TO:Work independently.Assist with instruction in prescriptive learning activities in a regular education learning environment.Demonstrate an understanding, patient, and receptive attitude toward children with special needs.Perform clerical duties such as filing, duplicating and maintaining records.Print and write legibly.Make arithmetic calculations quickly and accurately.Understand and follow oral and written directions.Learn the procedures, functions, and limitations of assigned duties.Communicate effectively with children and adults.Read, interpret and follow rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.Work confidentially with discretion.Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.Supervise and discipline students according to approved policies and procedures.Operate instructional and office equipment.Facilitates friendships and peer relations.ASSIGNMENT LOCATION:May be assigned to more than one site during the workday; time/site can be adjusted during the work year depending on need of students.EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to graduation from high school, and one-year experience in working with school-age children in an organized setting.WORKING CONDITIONS:ENVIRONMENT:Classroom environment and office environment; subject to constant interruptions.PHYSICAL ABILITIES:Hearing and speaking to students, bending, kneeling, standing for long periods, and vision to observe students.
Requirements for Applying
To qualify, must meet the following: 1. Pass the the Paraprofessional Special Ed. II test, and2. High school diploma or the equivalent, or3. Two years of college (48 units), or 3. A.A. degree (or higher) Selected applicants will be called to take and must successfully pass the Paraprofessional Special Ed. II test. Previous experience as a Paraprofessional Special Ed II preferred. Organized, structured, strong communications skills desired.
Letter of Introduction
Letter(s) of Recommendation (3 Letters of Recommendation, one from current or most recent supervisor)
Resume
Requirements for Applying
To qualify, must meet the following: 1. Pass the the Paraprofessional Special Ed. II test, and2. High school diploma or the equivalent, or3. Two years of college (48 units), or 3. A.A. degree (or higher) Selected applicants will be called to take and must successfully pass the Paraprofessional Special Ed. II test. Previous experience as a Paraprofessional Special Ed II preferred. Organized, structured, strong communications skills desired.
Letter of Introduction
Letter(s) of Recommendation (3 Letters of Recommendation, one from current or most recent supervisor)
Resume
This position reports 6.0 hours/day; 5 days/week; 180 days/ yearDistrict offers coverage for health, vision and dental plans for 180-day, prorated to FTE. District contribution for health benefits shall be equal to Kaiser medical contribution for the employee only.For C.U.S.D. Employees, the District password is cusd.Nondiscrimination Statement: The Governing Board desires to provide a positive work environment where employees and job applicants are assured of equal access and opportunities and are free from harassment in accordance with law. The Board prohibits district employees from discriminating against or harassing any other district employee or job applicant on the basis of the person's actual or perceived race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, gender identity, gender expression, sex, sexual harassment , or sexual orientation. Any complaints can be submitted to Jane Yuster, Superintendent, Equity/Title IX Compliance Officer, Personnel and Pupil Services, 650-712-7112, 498 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019.
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