Summer School Language Liaison

Posted: Continuous 2012-04-05
Closes: 04/19/2012
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 Summer School Language Liaison

Pending enrollment


The 2012 Summer School Program will begin at each site on June 18<sup>th</sup> and will continue until July 19<sup>th</sup>.  Students will be in attendance for 3 hours daily.  Language Liaison will work 5 hours daily Monday through Thursday.  (15 minutes before the start of the school day and 15 minutes at the end of the school day).  There will be no school on Fridays or July 4<sup>th</sup>.   (Language Liaison hours:  7:30 AM – 12:30 PM)


Professional development will be conducted on June 12, 13, and 14, (4 hours a day).  Attendance is mandatory at all professional development sessions.


Language Liaison will be paid a commensurate with the hourly rate.  Federal, and State withholding will be taken from the amount earned.  Absences or tardiness will result in a decreased amount as indicated in this job description.


Responsibilities:  (1) Meet with and respond to calls from parents; (2) Process registration forms; (3) Assist nurses/social workers to obtain social and health histories; (4) Assist special education personnel explain programs; (5) Attend parent conferences and Individual Education Plan meetings; (6) Assist related services staff in translating their findings; (7) Assist in written translation and typing of pertinent special education documents and forms; (8) Perform other duties assigned by the special education coordinator or by the Director of Specialized Services.


Failure to fulfill these duties and responsibilities may result in dismissal from the program.  No more than two days can be missed without jeopardizing dismissal and termination of the contract unless extenuating circumstances prevail.  A penalty of $150 per day of instruction will be deducted from the agreement for any school day missed and $200 for each four hour day of professional development.  An hourly rate of $35 per hour will be deducted for each hour or partial hour missed.  This includes time before and after the start and end of the school day and all professional development sessions.


Salary:  $12.14 per hour


Qualifications:  Pass bilingual test and paraprofessional test.  Experience preferred.


Application Deadline:  Candidates must submit an online application to be received by April 19, 2012




Only applications that are received online will be considered for interviews.

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