Title I Aide
Giles School is seeking a dynamic Title I aide. The Title I Aide in Norridge School District 80 is a paraprofessional who, under the direct guidance of the Title I teacher and classroom teachers, provides assistance to students, individually or in small groups, in the core areas of instruction.
- High school diploma or equivalent AND
- At least two years of higher education which is equivalent to at least 48 semester hours from an accredited higher education institution, or
- An associate (or higher) degree, or
- Able to demonstrate, through a formal State or local academic assessment, knowledge of and the ability to assist in instructing reading, writing, and mathematics (or, as appropriate, reading readiness, writing readiness, and mathematics readiness).
QUALIFICATIONS: Effective communication skills, ability to work effectively with school-aged children, collaboration skills, and self-motivation.
- Work with individual students or small groups to reinforce material or skills introduced by the teacher.
- Follow teacher plans for individualized or small-group instruction.
- Support mathematics instruction by assisting the teacher in any way that enables them to offer numeracy intervention for students.
- Prepare materials and teaching aides.
- Maintain a supportive learning environment.
- Respect confidential nature of pupil records and school reports.
- Performs other tasks as assigned by the Title I teacher that falls within Title I guidelines.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Nine (9) months a year. Salary and work year to be established by the Board of Education.
REPORTS TO: Building principal and the Title I teacher due to the Title I grant stipulations.
EVALUATION: Evaluation of Support Services Personnel by the building principal in accordance with provisions of the Board's policy.
Interested candidates will complete an online application and submit the following documents electronically:
- Cover letter
- Current resume
- Three current letters of reference
All applications/documents are to be electronically submitted. Paper applications and letters are not accepted. Candidates will be called for an interview if their application packets are complete, and if their credentials match the staffing needs of the school district. Please do not call the district office or the school office to request an interview.