COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
INSTRUCTIONAL AIDE (Kindergarten) - Striving Reader Grant
Performs moderately difficult work in assisting teachers or
other certificated personnel in planning and providing individual and group
instruction to students; monitor and report student progress regarding behavior
and performance; perform a variety of clerical duties as assigned.
Work is performed under the general supervision of the Site
Administrator. The Site Administrator
shall at least annually evaluate the Instructional Aide’s performance.
Supervise and monitor students assigned in the classroom and
outdoors including during inclement weather.
Ensure safety of students under supervision.
Effectively manage students under supervision including the
enforcement of school rules and district
Assist students with work and lessons, including those
requiring remedial, or learning disability effort.
Assist classroom teachers by providing individual and group
instruction to students, including the preparation and presentation of lessons.
Assist in the supervision and guidance of students in a
variety of academic or non-academic settings including one-on-one or tutorial
Assist with clerical duties related to the classroom
environment such as photocopying, stocking and inventory of materials,
Collect and organize program data; prepare data for required
reports; maintain records and files.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Frequent contact with certificated personnel, students,
staff, and other school personnel.
CONDITIONS OF WORK
Light to moderate physical activity in a normal
office/classroom and school site environment.
Position requires driving to and from various school sites and may be in
adverse weather conditions.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Some knowledge of:
the educational environment;
basic teaching strategies; appropriate resources and materials;
application of secondary curriculum (English, math, science, social
studies); correct English usage,
grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary; and record keeping techniques. The ability to perform the following work
activities with or without reasonable accommodations:
and maintain the confidence and cooperation of children.
confidentiality of student and school information.
an understanding, patient and receptive attitude toward students.
and act quickly and calmly in emergencies.
and write legibly.
effectively both orally and in writing.
and maintain effective working relationships.
reports and maintain files.
independently and meet deadlines.
and distribute instructional materials.
and perform general clerical work.
and follow oral and written instructions.
regular attendance and punctuality.
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Some experience in the supervision of youth and providing
instruction to individuals or groups, preferably in an educational setting;
high school graduation or equivalent, and; 48 semester hours from an
accredited college; or, an
associate’s degree; or, proof of successfully passing the Para-professional
PRAXIS exam developed by Educational Testing Services.
Must possess and maintain a valid Nevada Driver’s License.
Reader 175 days
14 (Must be HQ)