Job | Posted 20 days ago
Reports To: Building Principal
Effective Date of Employment: For the 2020/21 Academic Year
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Ability to follow lesson plans with individual or small groups.
- Ability to provide behavior support calmly and effectively.
- Ability to problem solve and adapt quickly in a changing environment.
- Ability to do multiple outdoor recess duties a day.
- Work under the supervision of the certified staff.
- Lead a reading, writing, and math group.
- Assist in presentation of lessons.
- Assist in implementing/monitoring behavior plans. Assist/monitor students for morning and afternoon arrival and departure.
- Provide support and accommodations in classrooms.
- Assist students in the cafeteria by fostering independence with eating, time management, and serving food (daily).
- Assist with hygiene needs of students (i.e., toileting, transferring, feminine needs, etc.).
- Monitor and provide social support/discipline during outdoor recess.
- Assist in any other miscellaneous functions as required by building administrator.
- Ability to manage multiple transitions of students and materials between classrooms on a daily basis.
- Flexibility with a changing schedule.
- Prepare rooms and materials for daily activities.
- Assist in making materials for the classroom.
- Assist in the maintenance of equipment and materials used in the classroom.
- Keep track of supplies and assist in the ordering of the same.
- Assist with keeping records and files.
- Accompany teacher and/or students on field trips.
- Regular attendance is an essential function of the job.
- Must be physically capable of working with cafeteria tables and have no medical conditions precluding playground responsibilities.
- Provide appropriate supervision of lunch room and playground, maintaining safety and order.
- Responsible for supervising students to meet transportation needs.
- Accompany bus driver on school transportation to take care of personal needs and assure student safety.
- Monitor student behavior during bus ride to ensure safe behavior and prevention of injury, support behavioral and physical needs as identified in student goals, and provide support services listed in IEPs (as necessary) in concert with the driver.
- Assist transportation driver in buckling of seat belts and securing any other necessary devices.
- Assist in getting students from curb to bus.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality of students and family information as required under FERPA.
- Assist in any other miscellaneous functions as needed by students or driver.
- Regular attendance to ensure consistency for student is a high priority.
Less than 30 hours a week at a competitive hourly rate.
Method of Application: AppliTrack
Contact Person: Jasen Rademacher, Director of Finance and HR
Saugatuck Public School
261 Randolph Street 401 Elizabeth Street, Douglas, MI 49406
Compare with State
Amount per Student
State Average: $12,292
% ELL Students
State Average: 6%
Student Teacher Ratio
State Average: 18.25
% IEP Students
State Average: 13%
State Average: 199