Elementary Summer School Instructional Teacher Aide

a. Session 1 June 11-June 28
b. Session 2 July 9-July 26
Beginning Salary - $8.38 per hour
Must apply by April 5, 2018
1. Must have completed at least 2 years of postsecondary study or:
2. Must possess an associate degree or higher, or
3. Must have met a rigorous standard of quality as demonstrated through a State or Local Assessment. (or willingness to work with the school district to take this examination to become highly qualified)
4. Willingness to follow instructions of principal, teacher, KISS coordinator and/or Title I teacher while working with children.
5. Must maintain ongoing professional development as per Title I regulations (20 hours professional development annually)
6. Such alternative to the above as the Board may find appropriate and Acceptable
REPORTS TO: Building Principal and/ or designee
JOB GOAL: Assure that student needs are addressed under the direction of a professional staff, i.e Kane Intervention Success System (KISS) Coordinator, KISS Team, Title I teacher or classroom teacher in order to enable student success in his/her educational program.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assist assigned students by tending to individual, personal, social and / or academic needs to help the student gain access to his/her educational program as directed by professional staff.
2. Work in conjunction with the Kane Intervention Success System (KISS) program and/ or classroom teachers to learn appropriate intervention strategies to implement with assigned students.
3. Reinforce safety and hygiene protocol implementation with students while in the school environment.
4. Participate in 20 hours of para-professional training required by Pennsylvania Department of Education to maintain Highly Qualified Para Professional (HQ) status.
5. Attend training specifically to learn how to appropriately implement academic strategies to help students.
6. Implement student daily activity plans as directed by professionals.
7. Attend meetings as directed by professional staff.
8. Assist with the documentation of strategies implemented to monitor student progress.
9. Assist in the supervision of students as assigned in the cafeteria (breakfast and / or lunch), playground and getting ready for dismissal.
10. Any other duties assigned by the Superintendent or his/her designee.
Physical Demands: Ability to sit and talk and hear; Ability to stand; walk, climb or balance, stoop kneel crouch or crawl and move quickly when necessary to promote participants' safety; Ability to lift and/ or move or transfer 50 lbs.
Sensory Ability: Ability to speak clearly and distinctly; Auditory acuity to be able to hear students and directions, use telephone; Visual acuity to see participant activity in the school environment and extra curricular areas such as pool and playground, and read correspondence.
Work Environment: Regular school environment (indoor and outdoors, including planned field trips)
Temperament: Ability to work independently and with a team; Must be courteous; Must be cooperative and service oriented; Ability to be flexible in meeting the needs of students with disabilities which may require cross training.
The information contained in this job description is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is not an exhaustive list of duties performed for this position. Additional duties are performed by the individuals currently holding this position and additional duties may be assigned. The work environment characteristics describe here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Employment on days students are in session in accordance with the annual student school calendar and contingent upon student needs.
EVALUATION: Performance to be evaluated annually by the Principal or designee.
Application Procedure:
Apply Online
Selection Procedure:

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