TLC Instruct. Asst. Sh/Sdc 6 Hrs./5 Days Wk./10 Mo.Yr. #E182 16-747

Fort Bragg Unified School District Fort Bragg , NC 28310

Posted 6 months ago

TLC Instruct. Asst. SH/SDC 6 hrs./5 Days Wk./10 Mo.Yr. #E182 16-747

Employer:

Fort Bragg Unified School District

Date Posted:
4/19/2019

Contact:

Suzie Gibson

(707) 961-2850 3502

Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1

Length of Work Year:
10 Mo. Yr.

Employment Type:

Full and Part Time

Application Deadline:
5/13/2019 4:03 PM Pacific

Salary:

Starting Salary $13.49-$15.57 Hr. DOE Open until filled

Date Posted: 4/19/2019 Application Deadline: 5/13/2019 4:03 PM Pacific Employment Type: Full and Part Time Length of Work Year: 10 Mo.

Yr.

Salary: Starting Salary $13.49-$15.57 Hr. DOE Open until filled Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1 Contact: Suzie Gibson Email: sgibson@fbusd.us Phone: (707) 961-2850 3502

Work Location: Transition Learning Center:

Payroll: Monthly

FBI/DOHJ Fingerprints/TB/CalPERS/CSEA/Keenan:

Employee participation required

Work Location: Transition Learning Center: Payroll: Monthly

FBI/DOHJ Fingerprints/TB/CalPERS/CSEA/Keenan: Employee participation required

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

FORT BRAGG UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

JOB DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT, SEVERELY HANDICAPPED

(Special Education)

DEFINITION

To assist credentialed personnel, helping in education-related activities and with routine clerical duties in a classroom or other setting for severely handicapped students requiring special services.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Received general supervision from a principal and technical and functional supervision from a teacher or other credentialed personnel.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES May include, but are not limited to, the following:

Assists in developing daily schedules for service of students.

Works with small groups of students in learning activities, assisting individuals as needed.

Leads supervise or participate in planned physical education activities with groups of students.

Uses appropriate behavior management techniques.

Works with students on the playground, in the cafeteria and in the bus area.

Secures and projects audio-visual aids.

Assists in the development and production of instructional materials.

Collects and distributes instructional materials.

Participates in planning, developing and implementing programs of individualized instruction for each student.

Consults with staff on student progress and behavior.

Attends required in-service training sessions or workshops.

Assists students with physical disabilities and attends to their physical needs as necessary.

Performs duties, which require lifting, stooping and bending.

Assists students working on individualized programs in speech development, physical and orthopedic training, vision, orientation/mobility, behavior, personal needs, vocational training, and cognitive and emotional skills.

Assists with the data collection and evaluation of student skills and progress.

Assists students with the development of self-help skills such as toilet training, eating, grooming, shopping, etc.

Makes community visits with students, sometimes independently, as required in the I.E.P.

Assists students in general education inclusion activities.

Adapts and modifies curriculum.

Transports students as necessary.

Operates, instructs and assists students in the use of appliances and equipment used in vocational education programs.

Records pertinent information and maintains student files.

Performs clerical tasks and operates office equipment.

Administers various medical procedures to students after receiving proper instruction when necessary.

Implements individual behavior support plans when working with students requiring them.

Performs related duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

High School diploma or equivalent

Successful completion of the Fort Bragg Unified School District proficiency test consistent with E.C. Section 45344.5

Knowledge of:

Basic methods of instruction, including adapting/modifying curriculum.

Specialized needs of severely handicapped students, including physical, emotional and behavioral

Behavior modification techniques

Specialized techniques per mandatory training

First Aid and safety practices, including universal precautions

Ability to:

Direct the activities of and supervise students

Follow written and oral instructions

Assist in the physical care of students

Work with severely handicapped students

Maintain confidence and trust of students

Assess student needs and progress and explain to those concerned with student development

Work independently

Understand and carry out directions

Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work

Learn to operate computers, specialized audio-visual, and other school equipment

Maintain confidentiality

Work and communicate effectively with students, teachers and other staff members

Learn required medical procedures

Help with toileting, and safe clean up of excrement and other bodily discharge

Obtain CPR and First Aid training and certification

Experience and Training

Any combination of experience and training, which would indicate possession of the above skills and abilities.

Special Requirements

Some positions in this class may require possession of a valid California driver's license.

Physical Requirements

Ability to exert 50 pounds of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.

Ability to stoop, climb, stand for long periods of time and perform physical labor, physical mobility and stamina to participate in activities which may be strenuous.

Ability to run after a child.

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.

Board Adopted: April 27, 1989, Rev.

Board Approved:

October 11, 2001, Rev.

Board Approved:

October 14, 2010, CSEA Committee Review: November 16, 2016, CSEA Chapter Approval: April 4, 2017, FBUSD Board Approval: April 25, 2017

Requirements for Applying

DEFINITION To assist credentialed personnel, helping in education related activities and with routine clerical duties in a classroom or other setting for severely handicapped students requiring special services. Performs other duties as assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Received general supervision from a principal and technical and functional supervision from a teacher or other credentialed personnel.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES May include, but are not limited to, the following: Assists in developing daily schedules for the service of students.

Works with small groups of students in learning activities, assisting individuals as needed. Leads supervise or participate in planned physical education activities with groups of students. Uses appropriate behavior management techniques.

Works with students on the playground, in the cafeteria and in the bus area. Secures and projects audio-visual aids. Assists in the development and production of instructional materials.

Collects and distributes instructional materials. Participates in planning, developing and implementing programs of individualized instruction for each student. Consults with staff on student progress and behavior. Attends required in-service training sessions or workshops.

Requirements for Applying

DEFINITION To assist credentialed personnel, helping in education related activities and with routine clerical duties in a classroom or other setting for severely handicapped students requiring special services. Performs other duties as assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Received general supervision from a principal and technical and functional supervision from a teacher or other credentialed personnel.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES May include, but are not limited to, the following: Assists in developing daily schedules for the service of students.

Works with small groups of students in learning activities, assisting individuals as needed. Leads supervise or participate in planned physical education activities with groups of students. Uses appropriate behavior management techniques.

Works with students on the playground, in the cafeteria and in the bus area. Secures and projects audio-visual aids. Assists in the development and production of instructional materials.

Collects and distributes instructional materials. Participates in planning, developing and implementing programs of individualized instruction for each student. Consults with staff on student progress and behavior. Attends required in-service training sessions or workshops.

Assists students with physical disabilities and attends to their physical needs as necessary. Performs duties, which require lifting, stooping and bending.

Assists students working on individualized programs in speech development, physical and orthopedic training, vision, orientation/mobility, behavior, personal needs, vocational training, and cognitive and emotional skills. Assists with the data collection and evaluation of student skills and progress. Assists students with the development of self-help skills such as toilet training, eating, grooming, shopping, etc.

Makes community visits with students, sometimes independently, as required in the I.E.P. Assists students in general education inclusion activities. Adapts and modifies curriculum.

Transports students as necessary. Operates, instructs and assists students in the use of appliances and equipment used in vocational education programs. Records pertinent information and maintains student files.

Performs clerical tasks and operates office equipment. FORT BRAGG UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Administers various medical procedures to students after receiving proper instruction when necessary. Implements individual behavior support plans when working with students requiring them.

Performs related duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS High School diploma or equivalent Successful completion of the Fort Bragg Unified School District proficiency test consistent with E.C. Section 45344.5 Knowledge of: Basic methods of instruction, including adapting/modifying curriculum.

Specialized needs of severely handicapped students, including physical, emotional and behavioral Behavior modification techniques Specialized techniques per mandatory training First Aid and safety practices, including universal precautions Ability to: Direct the activities of and supervise students Follow written and oral instructions Assist in the physical care of students Work with severely handicapped students Maintain the confidence and trust of students Assess student needs and progress and explain to those concerned with student development Work independently Understand and carry out directions Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work Learn to operate computers, specialized audio-visual, and other school equipment Maintain confidentiality Work and communicate effectively with students, teachers and other staff members Learn required medical procedures Help with toileting, and safe clean up of excrement and other bodily discharge Obtain CPR and First Aid training and certification Experience and Training Any combination of experience and training, which would indicate possession of the above skills and abilities. Special Requirements Some positions in this class may require possession of a valid California driver's license.

Physical Requirements Ability to exert 50 pounds of force frequently to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Ability to stoop, climb, stand for long periods of time and perform physical labor, physical mobility and stamina to participate in activities which may be strenuous. Ability to run after a child.

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job. Board Adopted: Attach a resume detailing qualifying education and/or experience, up to three letters of recommendation, and if available, college transcripts verifying degrees or verification from another California school district verifying educational proficiency. Stipend available for AA or BA degree.

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