SPECIAL NEEDS IEP AIDE
of routine to moderate difficulty in providing assistance
to one or more eligible students with specific moderate to severe
disabilities requiring adult assistance to accomplish goals and
objectives identified in the student's IEP
in the school, community, and/or home setting; provides
assistance in functional academic, communication, self-help
behavior, life and vocational skills
to a specific student or students for as long as the student(s)
are enrolled and require the individualized assistance.
performed independently requiring some measure of initiative
under the guidance of the special education teacher and general
supervision of the Site Administrator.
The Site Administrator will at least annually evaluate the Aide's
preparing learning activities and arranging and/or positioning
materials and equipment used by specifically assigned
students based upon the IEP/ITP goals, objectives, and needs for
the specific student.
specifically assigned students in functional academic,
communication, self help, behavior, life and
vocational, based upon the IEP/ITP goals, objectives, and needs,
e.g. toileting, eating, dressing, grooming, personal hygiene,
Assist in the
delivery of services to specifically assigned
students in collaboration with regular/special education teachers
throughout the school, community, and home.
May assist in
locating appropriate job sites in the school and the community,
and in job training and supervising specifically assigned
eligible students on job sites.
prepare, and maintain records and reports under the direction of
the special education teacher.
required to attend seminars or workshops to gain necessary skills
related duties as assigned.
contact with students, staff and parents.
Some contact with the general public.
CONDITIONS OF WORK
lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling up to 40 pounds.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
knowledge of the educational environment.
The ability to perform the following work activities with or
without reasonable accommodations:
Establish and maintain the
confidence and cooperation of children.
Lift, carry, push or pull up
to 40 pounds.
Organize and distribute
Operate and maintain
standard office equipment.
Follow oral and written
Work harmoniously with
children, staff, and parents.
ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
experience providing academic and physical assistance to special
students; high school graduation or equivalent; or any equivalent
combination of experience and training, which provides the
knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the work.
or ability to obtain a valid Nevada Driver's License.
positions may desire the ability to sign and use sign
175 to 178 days
Range 11 or 14