EdPost

EdPost Listings

A top job posting site for positions in education

Customize Your Search

Sort by Date Posted | Sort Alphabetically | Search Help

Education Assistant I - Northeast Metro 916

Posted on 2018-01-12 2:12:40 PM

Listing expires 2018-02-09 12:00:00 AM

( HTML Version ) ( ADA/Text Version )


Start Your Online Application Now<https://www.applitrack.com/nemetro/OnlineApp/JobPostings/View.asp?AppliTrackJobId=1715> NORTHEAST METRO 916 INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT VACANCY NOTICE Date Posted: January 12, 2018 Position Title: Education Assistant I Assignment: Project Return at Capitol View Center Hours Per Day: 6.5 Starting Hourly Rate: $14.57 (this position is benefit eligible, including health, dental, life and retirement benefits) Expected Starting Date: ASAP Job Summary: Under direct supervision, performs duties that are instructional in nature or may deliver direct services to students in the classroom and/or learning environments. Serves in a position for which a teacher or another licensed professional has ultimate responsibility for the design and implementation of educational programs and services. May provide specialized assistance for students with special needs. This job performs its role within District policy and State/Federal laws. Duties and Responsibilities: * Assists licensed staff with classroom instruction by working with small groups of students or an individual student. * Assists licensed staff in creating an environment that is appropriate for learning. Reinforcing positive behavior and re-directing inappropriate behavior. * Assists licensed staff with the planning, preparation and implementation of differentiated instructions for individual students and groups. Prepares and organizes learning materials. * Assists licensed staff in the preparation of student record keeping. Collects and enters data for progress reports and other documents with accuracy and consistent with documentation standards. * Supervises and monitors students at all times including bus loading, unloading, recess and lunch. * Support of a student's physical care as needed. * Performs other job-related duties as assigned. Required Skills: One to three years work experience with school children and/or special needs population; basic computer skills and email; proficient in core subject areas; able to manage behaviors and intervene in crisis situations; good oral, written and interpersonal communication; ability to create collaborative and positive relationships. Unrelated successful work experience may be considered. Two years of study at an institution of higher education (a minimum of 60 semester credits), an Associate's (or higher) degree, OR passing score on the ParaPro assessment. Ability to pass pre-placement physical exam; ability to lift, physically contain and withstand unpredictable pushing or pulling by students up to adult size; ability to move quickly to avoid unpredictable physical interactions (please see description of physical requirements below). Job Requirements Never (0%) Occasionally (1%-33%) Frequently (34%-66%) Continuously (67%-100%) Stand - - X - Walk - - X - Sit - - X - Use Hands - - X - Reach with Hands & Arms - - X - Climb or Balance - X - - Stoop/Kneel/Crouch or Crawl - - X - Talk & Hear - - - X Taste & Smell - X - - Lift or Carry Never (0%) Occasionally (1%-33%) Frequently (34%-66%) Continuously (67%-100%) Up to 10 lbs. - - X - Up to 25 lbs. - X - - Up to 50 lbs. - X - - Up to 100 lbs. X - - - More than 100 lbs. X - - - District Special Education Profile: Special Education programs and services in Northeast Metro 916 are central to the Intermediate District's mission and fully integrated in its structure and decision-making processes. Programs provide special education and related service support to students from early childhood through age 21 with emotional/behavioral disorders, autism spectrum disorders, developmental and cognitive disabilities, deaf and hard of hearing disabilities, and learning disabilities. Our highly structured, safe learning environments share these characteristics: * Classrooms of 4-10 students supported by 1-4 trained education assistants. * Behavior management support, on-site mental health professionals, due process and curriculum support staff. * In-house collaborative teams can include: audiologists, behavior specialists, deaf/blind specialists and interveners, autism specialists, developmental adaptive physical education teachers, education assistants, health specialists, occupational therapists and assistants, physical/other health disabilities teachers, physical therapists and assistants, school psychologists, school nurses, school social workers, speech/language pathologists, and sign language interpreters. Commitment to Equity At Northeast Metro 916, equity means that everyone has access to what they need in order to learn, grow and thrive. To learn more, click here<http://www.nemetro.k12.mn.us/Page/2975>. Northeast Metro 916 will not discriminate against individuals based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, parental status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, age or sexual orientation. Northeast Metro 916 uses the applicant tracking<http://www.applitrack.com/?r=MNEdPost> system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online
Start Your Online Application Now


NORTHEAST METRO 916 INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
 
VACANCY NOTICE  
  
  
 

Date Posted:      January 12, 2018

Position Title:    Education Assistant I
 
Assignment:      Project Return at Capitol View Center

Hours Per Day:  6.5


Starting Hourly Rate:  $14.57 (this position is benefit eligible, including health, dental, life and retirement benefits)

Expected Starting Date:  ASAP
  
 
Job Summary: 

Under direct supervision, performs duties that are instructional in nature or may deliver direct services to students in the classroom and/or learning environments. Serves in a position for which a teacher or another licensed professional has ultimate responsibility for the design and implementation of educational programs and services. May provide specialized assistance for students with special needs. This job performs its role within District policy and State/Federal laws.
 
Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Assists licensed staff with classroom instruction by working with small groups of students or an individual student.
  • Assists licensed staff in creating an environment that is appropriate for learning. Reinforcing positive behavior and re-directing inappropriate behavior.
  • Assists licensed staff with the planning, preparation and implementation of differentiated instructions for individual students and groups. Prepares and organizes learning materials.
  • Assists licensed staff in the preparation of student record keeping. Collects and enters data for progress reports and other documents with accuracy and consistent with documentation standards.
  • Supervises and monitors students at all times including bus loading, unloading, recess and lunch.
  • Support of a student's physical care as needed.
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

Required Skills: 
 
One to three years work experience with school children and/or special needs population; basic computer skills and email; proficient in core subject areas; able to manage behaviors and intervene in crisis situations; good oral, written and interpersonal communication; ability to create collaborative and positive relationships
Unrelated successful work experience may be considered. 

 

Two years of study at an institution of higher education (a minimum of 60 semester credits), an Associate's (or higher) degree, OR passing score on the ParaPro assessment.

 

Ability to pass pre-placement physical exam; ability to lift, physically contain and withstand unpredictable pushing or pulling by students up to adult size; ability to move quickly to avoid unpredictable physical interactions (please see description of physical requirements below).

 

Job Requirements

Never (0%)

Occasionally (1%-33%)

Frequently (34%-66%)

Continuously (67%-100%)

Stand

-

-

X

-

Walk

-

-

X

-

Sit

-

-

X

-

Use Hands

-

-

X

-

Reach with Hands & Arms

-

-

X

-

Climb or Balance

-

X

-

-

Stoop/Kneel/Crouch or Crawl

-

-

X

-

Talk & Hear

-

-

-

X

Taste & Smell

-

X

-

-

 

 

Lift or Carry

Never (0%)

Occasionally (1%-33%)

Frequently (34%-66%)

Continuously (67%-100%)

Up to 10 lbs.

-

-

X

-

Up to 25 lbs.

-

X

-

-

Up to 50 lbs.

-

X

-

-

Up to 100 lbs.

X

-

-

-

More than 100 lbs.

X

-

-

-

 

 

District Special Education Profile: 

Special Education programs and services in Northeast Metro 916 are central to the Intermediate District's mission and fully integrated in its structure and decision-making processes. Programs provide special education and related service support to students from early childhood through age 21 with emotional/behavioral disorders, autism spectrum disorders, developmental and cognitive disabilities, deaf and hard of hearing disabilities, and learning disabilities.
 
Our highly structured, safe learning environments share these characteristics:
  • Classrooms of 4-10 students supported by 1-4 trained education assistants.
  • Behavior management support, on-site mental health professionals, due process and curriculum support staff.
  • In-house collaborative teams can include: audiologists, behavior specialists, deaf/blind specialists and interveners, autism specialists, developmental adaptive physical education teachers, education assistants, health specialists, occupational therapists and assistants, physical/other health disabilities teachers, physical therapists and assistants, school psychologists, school nurses, school social workers, speech/language pathologists, and sign language interpreters. 

 

 Commitment to Equity

At Northeast Metro 916, equity means that everyone has access to what they need in order to learn, grow and thrive.  To learn more, click here.

Northeast Metro 916 will not discriminate against individuals based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, parental status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, age or sexual orientation.   



Northeast Metro 916 uses the applicant tracking system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online