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School Age Care Aide - Waseca ISD #829

Posted on 9/5/2017 12:42:19 PM

Listing expires 10/3/2017

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Date of Availability: 09/05/2017
Date Closing: Open until Filled

Job Title:

School Age Care Aide

Job Location:

Waseca Central Building

Hours/Days:

Part Time: 6:45-8am, 2:45-5pm, and additional hours available on non-school days, early outs, and substitution.   

Position Start Date:

September 5, 2017

Job Description:

17.50 hours a week:

 

Essential Responsibilities: (Specific position assignment may vary)

    1.   Supervise students assigned to your care at all times.

    2.   Greet and communicate with parents when they are at the program

    3.   Maintain confidentiality of student information

    4.   Record accurate attendance.

    5.   Prepare materials needed for activity

    6.   Assist students in maintaining proper hygiene

    7.   Follow department procedures for incidents and accidents

    8.   Perform general cleaning tasks as assigned.

    9.   Attend and participate in assigned staff and department meetings.

   10.   Perform other duties as assigned.

 

 

Duties during the school year and summer may include any or all of the following:

  1. Direct supervision of children. You need to be acutely observant. You should always be alert to where children are and what they are doing. As explained in the staff handbook, children must be supervised at ALL times.

  2. Devote full attention to children during working hours. Avoid unnecessarily chatting with co-workers unless child related.

  3. Support and participate in activities planned during working hours.

  4. Establish confidentiality between staff members during negative events with child or parent.

  5. Arrive at your designated time and be ready to work.

  6. Greet children in a friendly and pleasant manner, and show enthusiasm on the job.

  7. Remain calm and use good judgment in tense situations.

  8. Keep your time card up-to-date and properly filled out.

  9. Take responsibility for the care of the equipment.

  10. “Respect” is the foremost word at WSAC. This respect is expected to pertain to all staff, parents, and children.

  11. “Flexibility” is another key word to working at WSAC. The job description changes with the needs of the children or the day!

 

Additional duties required for the Aide position:

  1. Help with preparation and clean-up of all rooms and facilities used by the program.

  1. Act as an aide to the lead teacher. Your lead teacher will inform you of day’s plan and any specific                 

duties that may be assigned to you.

  1. You may be assigned a specific group of children to supervise, or you may be asked to “float” between groups.

  2. You may be asked to prepare, serve, or cleanup after a snack is served.

  3. You may be asked to help prepare a project or with the supervision of the project.

 

Job Requirements:

Qualifications:

  1. Must have patience and concern for the proper care of children.

  2. Must demonstrate the ability to work well with children, have good communication skills, show respect, consideration, warmth, and affection to each child.

  3. Good Communication and organizational skills – dependable, prompt, flexible and aware of child development

  4. Good human relations skills in dealing with a wide variety of people.

  5. Demonstrated ability to work well with others, maintain confidentiality and provide positive customer service.

  6. Demonstrated skill in relating to and assisting children.

  7. First Aid and CPR training required of leads and most summer staff.

 

Physical Requirements:

  1. Position requires:  stooping, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, talking, hearing and seeing.  Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

 

Posting Closes On:

Open until filled

Contact Name & Position:

Molly Kopischke

Program Coordinator, Waseca School Age Care

Contact Email:

kopm@waseca.k12.mn.us

Contact Phone:

507-835-3187



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