Less than 12 Month
The purpose of the position is to assist students in the
classroom under the supervision of the teachers as a viable
part of the total instructional program.
The overall role is to provide
support services; IA is expected to implement programming as
directed by the teacher, school principal or designee
This may also include h
services, supports, or adaptations required by a student in
order to maintain their health status including:
medical devices, nursing care, psychosocial care, medically
necessary services, specific services and equipment to
sustain and enrich life and adaptations required to maintain
life, provide an environment conducive to growth and
development, stimulate learning, and maintain the student in
the least restrictive environment.
High School Diploma
Qualified criminal history check
Strong desire to work with special need
Effective human relations skills
Prior experience working in a special education
environment is preferred
Work with individual students or a small group
of students to reinforce learning of material or skills
initially introduced by the teacher.
Assists the teacher in devising special
strategies for reinforcing material or skills based on their
perceived understanding of individual students, their needs,
Help students' master equipment or instructional
materials assigned by the teacher.
When possible for student work effectively in
Be receptive to guidance on job
Work in a positive and calming manner with
Work in a professional manner with all staff and
Be on time to work and to all assigned
Alert teacher to any problem or special
information about individual students.
Maintain the same high level of ethical behavior
and confidentiality of information about students as is
expected of all individuals working with FTCSC students.
Participate in in-service training programs as
Assist students as needed with Activities of
Daily Living (ADL).
These activities may include but
are not limited to bathing, showering, dressing, transferring
to/from chair, toileting (including diaper changes,
catheterization and use of a toilet), and eating (both
mechanical and enteric). Associated with ADL's are other
activities that include but are not limited to suctioning,
medication administration, and ambulation. Persons are
considered to have an ADL limitation when they are dependent on
another person for assistance with personal care needs because
of physical, mental, or emotional limitations.