Clackamas County Children's Commission is currently hiring for a full-time CLASSROOM AIDE for the 2019/2020 school year!
POSITION OBJECTIVE: To assist the Teacher and Assistant Teacher in providing and coordinating classroom services to families enrolled in the assigned classroom; to assist the Teacher and Assistant Teacher to ensure high quality early childhood education standards are met; to help ensure that Clackamas County Children's Commission policies and procedures are followed.
REPORTS TO: Education Supervisor; also takes direction from Teacher
SUPERVISES: No direct reports
CLASSIFICATION: Non-exempt; Represented
PAY GRADE: A
Assist Teacher and Assistant Teacher in carrying out daily classroom activities and schedules
Assist Teacher with follow-through and evaluation of the daily lesson plan
Assist Teacher and Assistant Teacher with assuring the class is equipped with all needed materials and supplies
Assist with input of child behavior observation notes to be used for individualization
Participate in Open House and other class and center events
Use a positive behavior intervention and support (PBIS) approach in directing and guiding children
Participate in bus monitor training and act as bus monitor if needed
Assist with maintaining the classroom in a neat, safe, and clutter-free manner
Provide child care at Family Gatherings if needed
Program Participation and Team Member:
Arrive to work on time; punctually attend and actively participate in all required activities, meetings, and trainings.
Be a respectful, cooperative, and reliable team member and participant in program activities.
Project a professional work image, both in dress and manner.
Be familiar with, and adhere to, position-related policies and procedures as well as the program's overarching objectives.
Follow Agency policy/procedures for reporting and documenting suspected child abuse and/or neglect.
Education and Experience:
U.S. High School Diploma/GED or Equivalent
Current Child Development Associate (CDA), or ability to complete CDA within one year of hire preferred
Knowledge of child development preferred
Experience working with children ages three to five preferred
Skills and Abilities:
Ability to apply positive behavior intervention and support (PBIS) approach in directing and re-directing child behavior
Ability to positively interact with families of various cultural and socio-economic backgrounds
Ability to work cooperatively in a team environment
Ability to work use time effectively and work with minimal direct supervision
Ability to possess and maintain a valid driver's license and insured vehicle available for use on the job (or have alternative transportation).
Ability to possess and maintain compliance with State of Oregon Criminal Background Registry-CBR. You may begin the free CBR process now at: https://oregonearlylearning.com/providers-educators/providers-educatorscbr/.
Ability to possess and maintain current First Aid/CPR certification.
Ability to obtain and maintain an Oregon Food Handler's Card
This a full-time (33-36 hours/week), non-exempt, union represented position that runs during the 9 month school year (September-May). The starting wage is $13.00/hour. Bilingual (Spanish/English) employees who successfully pass an assessment will receive an additional $0.35/hour language differential. A full benefit platform (including medical/vision, dental, life/disability, generous retirement & much more!) is also available to all regular/full-time staff.
Visit our website for more information or to apply online - www.cccchs.org. You may also email a cover letter/resume to email@example.com. A pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check are required. If you need any accommodation in the application process, please call Human Resources at 503-675-4565x124.
Clackamas County Children's Commission is an equal opportunity employer.
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