position requires command of the English language. Also required is knowledge of pertinent
academic areas and learning situations, as well as general needs and behaviors
of students; proper classroom supervision techniques and procedures; knowledge
of designated academic, vocational and/or specialized areas of learning,
sufficient to instruct students at a specified level of achievement.
Must possess the skill to verbally communicate in an
effective and tactful manner; write clearly and understand the needs of
assigned students and to effectively relate to these needs in a learning
situation; learn the requirements of students in specific learning programs to
which assigned; analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of
action; supervise students in a variety of situations; establish and maintain
accurate classroom records and files; operate standard office equipment
including computer typewriter, copy machines, tape recorders and projectors;
maintain calm and patience in stressful situations; understand and carry out
oral and written instructions in an independent manner; establish and maintain
cooperative work relationships with those contacted in the performance of
Must possess the ability to assist teacher (s) in
instructing individuals and small groups of students in various learning
situations including basic academic subjects, self-help, social integration,
vocational skills, personal hygiene, etc.; supervise students in the
performance of Ruggenberg Career Center community job-related experience
placements on a daily or regular basis; assist in the preparation and
transporting of students from the classroom into the community for job
exploration; provides teacher (s) and school administrators with relevant
feedback and information on student’s progress through observation and daily
contact; assist in preparing and maintaining required paperwork, records, and
reports for assigned program area as necessary; perform related duties as
This position may require
the skill to speak, read, and write specified foreign language where required;
administer first aid for minor injuries; learn physical requirements and/or
specific needs of the students.
Clerical experience and work involving the supervision of
students is desirable. Completion of the twelfth grade is required, preferably
supplemented by college level courses.
DISTRICT PROFICIENCY IN THE AREAS OF BASIC READING, WRITING AND MATHEMATICAL
SKILLS MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH
APPLICATION IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED.
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING MAY BE SUBMITTED IN PLACE OF THE DISTRICT
- DIPLOMA FROM A PUBLIC CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL AFTER JANUARY
(G.E.D. does not fulfill the proficiency
- PROOF OF SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE CBEST TEST
- POSSESSION OF A VALID CALIFORNIA TEACHING CREDENTIAL
MUST POSSESS AND
MAINTAIN A VALID CALIFORNIA DRIVER’S LICENSE.
A CURRENT COPY OF DMV DRIVING RECORD WILL BE REQURIED OF SUCCESSFUL
CANDIDATE PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT.
A substance abuse test at District expense is required as a
condition of employment after all other required job conditions have been
met. This position will also be subject
to random and for-cause substance abuse testing during the term of employment.
A CRIMINAL HISTORY
CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT.
POSITION: Assist a certificated teacher (s) in the instruction,
supervision and training of individual or groups of students by performing a
variety of instructional support and student care activities and to perform a
variety related duties in the maintenance of an effective learning and training
environment at the Ruggenberg Career Center.
Employees in this classification receive direct to limited supervision from
a certificated teacher (s) and/or school site administrator within a
well-defined framework of policies and procedures. This job classification provides a variety of
responsible instructional support activities to enhance the educational
environment within the District and requires a high degree of positive contact
with both students and certificated staff at the Center, as well as
community/job related personnel.
STARTING SALARY: $1,276.32 (monthly)
NUMBER OF MONTHS: 9.4 (to begin as soon as possible)
HOURS: 5.5 (daily working hours 8:00 a.m. to 2:15