Priority - Grade 1
10 months 40
13 hours per week
$17.00 - $23.18 per hour
$17.00 - $21.18 per hour
This position is subject to grant
funding, policy and procedures.
Assists teaching staff by performing
instructional, monitoring or clerical duties associated with
the classroom education and behavioral development of
students. All newly-hired Title I funded
paraprofessionals are required to have: two years of study at
an institution of higher education; or obtained an associate's
degree; or met a rigorous standard of quality assessment to be
administered by the State of Connecticut and some experience in
working with children in a diverse elementary
environment. Ability to relate to students, parents and
staff in a positive and effective manner. Ability to
present lesson and remedial materials (reading and math), in a
clear and efficient manner. Computer skills
preferred. For more details see job description on
Assists teaching and administrative staff
by performing instructional, monitoring, or clerical duties
associated with the classroom education and behavioral
development of students.
Receives oral or written instructions from
the supervising teacher. Receives information from teacher
concerning student's needs. Organizes work according to school
schedule or special programs. Presents subject matter to
students according to teacher's lesson plan. Assists students,
individually or in groups, with lesson assignment. Corrects
quizzes, tests, and examinations. Assists students,
individually or in groups, with skill development assignment.
Drills students in school subject and in reading, writing,
arithmetic and study skills. Assists teachers in the
preparation of materials for instruction. Maintains student
order in the classroom, hallways, school grounds, cafeteria,
and restrooms. Operates a variety of office equipment to
prepare, copy, and duplicate instructional and informational
materials. Collates and distributes materials. May type
reports, and routine correspondence. Reports work accomplished
Monitors classroom in temporary absence of
teacher. May relieve school secretaries or clerks in
emergencies. Operates audio-visual equipment. Operates
reproduction and laminating equipment. Assists in the
preparation and maintenance of materials for bulletin boards.
Assist on field trips and other external activities. Assists
students who are
ill or injured to obtain medical attention, but does not
provide medical attention.
Receives general supervision from a
principal, and functional supervision from a teacher, who
reviews work in progress.
The skills and knowledge required would
generally be acquired with a high school education and some
experience in working with children. Ability to relate to
students, parents, and staff in a positive and effective
manner. Ability to present lesson and remedial materials in a
clear and efficient manner. Ability to add, subtract, multiply,
and divide all units of measure. Ability to acquire skill to
operate audio-visual, reproduction and laminating equipment.
Ability to acquire skill to operate data and word processing
equipment. Ability to type may be required.
License or Certificate:
Not applicable. Specific training may be
required for Magnet School assignment.
Note: The above tasks and responsibilities
are illustrative only. The description does not include every
task and responsibility.
no later than August 27, 2013
DE NFEP-2013-7 #1997 2013.8.21