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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Teacher Aide Substitute

TEACHER AIDE

 

 

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:  This title is employed for positions which are created for the main purpose of relieving school teachers of that part of their duties, which, while related to the teaching process, can be performed by non‑professional personnel.  The duties of this class differ from those of School Monitor due to the more complex nature of the assignments that are performed.  The duties of Teacher Aide may require specific skills or abilities.  Does related work as required.

 

 

TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:  (Illustrative only)

 

Assists teachers in the correction of test papers, recording of grades, maintaining files and preparing statistical reports;

Proctors and otherwise helps to conduct examinations;

Assists in overseeing technical operations of language laboratory equipment;

Helps to set up science laboratory equipment, conduct experiments and performs limited review of student laboratory reports;

Helps in the technical preparation and production of television programs;

May read in a foreign language from prepared scripts for tape recording purposes;

Reads to and plays records for children in lower grades;

Provides piano, violin or other musical accompaniment.

 

 

 

FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:  Good general intelligence; ability to establish good relationships with children and others; familiarity with classroom routine; good background or knowledge in specific field where specialized duties are involved; above average clerical aptitude; resourcefulness in conducting above described activities indirectly related to teaching process; neat personal appearance; ability to maintain discipline; tact; courtesy; good judgment; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT FOR APPOINTMENT:  Certain assignments made to employees in this class will require access to transportation to meet field work requirements made in the ordinary course of business in a timely and efficient manner.

 

 

 

APPROVED:  OCTOBER 15, 2001

CIVIL SERVICE CLASSIFICATION:  NON-COMPETITIVE

 

$10.40 per hour
Cleaner Substitute
$11.07 perhour
TOSA Special Education Social-Emotional Learning Coach K-124

Job Description:

  • Works closely with teachers and administrators to provide effective learning and social emotional interventions prior to the need for special education classification
  • Works closely wit school-based and district office personnel to close special education achievement gaps
  • Facilitates teacher learning and practices in specially designed instruction and high leverage strategies in supporting students with disabilities
  • Supports teachers in understanding and implementing NYS and Federal special education and Section 504 regulations
  • Maintains knowledge of developments and innovations in special education and social-emotional learning by reading current literature, attending professional meetings/conferences and discussing current developments with others in these fields
  • Works collaboratively K-12 to support the district's implementation of MTSS
  • Designs and works collaboratively with staff for the purposes of providing job-embedded professional development programs and practices
  • Provide ongoing culturally responsive leadership, focusing on equity and supporting a reduction in disproportionate numbers of classified students
  • Facilities student, parent, and staff communication to support an equitable learning environment for the school community
  • Facilitates, teaches and models effective models of co-teaching and works collaboratively with teacher teams to support best practices
  • Supports teachers and teams with the development and implementation of student, classroom and building management plans as well as Special Education Behavior Intervention Plans
  • Supports teachers in writing and implementing quality IEPs, goal setting, and progress monitoring
  • Supports teachers and administrators in determining appropriate programming for students in the continuum of special education services
Per GTA contract

The Geneva City School District is an equal opportunity employer.