Description: The Vacancy, Basic Function, Minimum Qualifications THE VACANCY:There is one position available for District Project Success.It is 6 hours per day, 5 days per week and 10 months per year (during the school year).The typical workday will be from approximately noon until 6:00 p.m.
The incumbent in this position will be visiting the various sites.BASIC FUNCTION:Under the direction of the Director, Early Childhood Education, implement approved academic and enrichment class activities for Extended Day Programs; provide a safe and nurturing environment for student achievement; perform a variety of clerical support duties related to classroom activities; collect, maintain and input attendance data into assigned school program database.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school and two years working with children in an organized setting.LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:Valid First Aid certificate required within six months of employment.
Examination Procedures & Information THE EXAMINATION: Exam WeightWritten Examination (NCLB Testing) 50%Qualifications Appraisal Interview 50%Eligibility list will be certified and established for six (6) months.Thewritten examination will be offered several times during the first two weeks of October.All who are successful with the written test will be invited tothe oral exam whichis tentatively scheduled for Tuesday,October16th.
You will be notified via email, as indicated on your application, regarding the testing and interviewing dates, times and locations, should you be invited to participate.The supplemental questionsto the application will be reviewed and rated for certification.
These questions are required at the time of application and are qualifying.
Applications will be reviewed for minimum requirements.
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Job Responsibilities REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:ESSENTIAL DUTIES:Implement approved academic, enrichment and recreational activities for students; provide homework assistance and instructional support to students.Provide a safe and nurturing environment for student achievement.Prepare and organize instructional materials to promote student learning.Collect, maintain and input attendance data into assigned school program database.Monitor students in the classroom and computer lab: supervise students during recess and sports activities; guide students into safe play activities.Assist students to develop communication skills, enhance character traits and serve as an appropriate language model.Coordinate the distribution of snacks to students.Perform routine first aid and seek assistance for non-routine illnesses or injuries.Prepare, collect and maintain a variety of records, logs, notes and files.Assist in the collection, preparation and maintenance of screening and assessment data.Communicate with school site staff regarding student participation.Attend meetings sessions with designated staff to discuss issues or concerns.Maintain classroom in as safe, sanitary and orderly condition.Communicate with personnel and parents to exchange information and resolve issues or concerns.Inventory and replenish classroom supplies as needed.Operate a variety of audio-visual, office and instructional equipment; including a computer and assigned software.OTHER DUTIES:Perform related duties as assigned.KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:KNOWLEDGE OF:Classroom procedures and appropriate conduct.Student behavior management techniques.District and site policies, procedures and regulations.Instructional methods, techniques and subject matter.Classroom procedures and appropriate student conduct.Basic subjects taught in the district schools, including English, science, history,reading, and math.Requirements of maintaining a classroom in a safe, clean and orderly condition.Goals and objectives of assigned program.Basic record keeping techniques.Basic instructional methods and techniques.Health and safety regulations.Basic First Aid techniques.Operation of standard office equipment, including a computer and appropriate software.Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.Nutrition needs for student.ABILITY TO:Plan develop and implement enrichment activities.Provide instructional support.Read, interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures applicable to child care.Monitor and evaluate student progress.Understand and follow oral directions.Communicate effectively with others.Supervise planned educational, enrichment and recreational activities.Maintain accurate records.Operate a variety of audio-visual, office and instructional equipment, a computer and assigned software.Administer basic first aid as needed.Perform clerical duties related to classroom activities.Monitor and evaluate student progress.Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.To perform playground supervision.WORKING CONDITIONS:ENVIRONMENT:Classroom and playground settings.PHYSICAL DEMANDS:Sitting or standing for extend periods of time.Bending at the waist, kneeling, crawling, or crouching to assist students.Hearing and speaking to exchange information.Seeing to monitor students.Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate standard classroom equipment.Ewing Consulting, Inc.
August 2016 VACATION ? HOLIDAYS - ILLNESSEmployees accumulate twelve (12) days of vacation during the first year of employment, increasing up to twenty-two (22) days beginning the 18th year of service, prorated for part-time, 9, 10, and 11 month assignments.
The number of paid holidays per year varies from twelve (12) to fourteen (14) days depending on the work calendar.
Employees accumulate twelve (12) days of paid sick leave per year, with unlimited accumulation, prorated for part-time, 9, 10, and 11 month employees.RETIREMENTAll employees who are in the classified service and work four (4) hours per day or more are members of the Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) and Federal Social Security.
If an employee in the classified service works less than four (4) hours per day they are members of an Alternate Retirement System (PARS) and do not contribute to Social Security.
Approximately 7% is deducted from your paycheck for PERS retirement.HEALTH & WELFAREThe District offers a comprehensive health benefits program for employees who work twenty (20) hours or more per week.
This includes medical, vision, dental insurance plans and life insurance for employees.
For full-time employees the District pays the employee's health, vision, dental, and life insurance premiums with an employee contribution required for some plans.
For part-time employees plans are available on a prorated basis.
Dependent coverage is available.PROFESSIONAL GROWTHThe District encourages employees to pursue professional growth.
Professional growth points shall be earned by employee participation while in non-paid status in activities which are employment related.
Professional growth points are awarded annually and accumulate at $20 per approved Professional Growth Point and/or tuition and textbook reimbursement up to $500 is also available - limited to one per year.
01 Are you available for work Monday through Friday from 12:00 p.m.
to 6:00 p.m.
during the school year?
Yes No 02 Are you familiar with standard office equipment, including the ability to keep records on a computer?
Yes No 03 Have you had experience with basic instructional methods and techniques?
Yes No 04 How many years of verifiable work experience have you had observing and controlling the behavior of students in or outside of the classroom?
No experience, willing to learn less than 1 year 2 - 3 years 4 years or more 05 How much experience have you had working in an organized setting with school age children?
No experience, willing to learn 1 - 2 years 3-4 years 5 years or more 06 How many years of job related and verifiable, experience do you have in a lead or supervisory capacity?
no experience and I am willing to perform these duties Less than 12 months 1-2 years 3 years or more 07 How many years of experience do you have, monitoring and evaluating student progress?
No experience, willing to learn One year or less More than 1 year and less than 2 years 2 to 4 years 5 years or more 08 Have you previously taken the No Child Left Behind test with Newport-Mesa, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Westminster, or Ocean View?
Yes No 09 If you have previously taken the No Child Left Behind test with Newport-Mesa, Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, Westminster, or Ocean View, please state with which school district test was taken and about when test was taken.
(This test must be taken, by invitation, to obtain a score to be placed on our eligible list).