10- Month Paraprofessional
Description: Assist the Teacher inside and outside of the Classroom.
Requirements: Pass District 148 Basic Skills Test, 60 college Credit Hours or Work Keys Certificate, State of Illinois Paraprofessional License and Official Transcripts.
Hours: Six (6) hour work day, 180 days a school year.
Hourly Rate: As Defined by the DSA Contract
- The Paraprofessional will demonstrate an understanding of child development and learning theory.
- The primary responsibility of the Paraprofessional is to provide instruction to students based on lessons that have been planed by the supervising Classroom Teacher.
- The Paraprofessional will support the Teacher in the implementation of appropriate classroom management techniques, which ensures a safe and orderly classroom.
- The Paraprofessional will assist the Teacher with clerical tasks such as record keeping, copying materials and maintaining a classroom environment which enhances learning.
- The Paraprofessional will assist the Teacher in the supervision of students at all times during the school day. This includes, but is not limited to, the arrival and dismissal times, movement physical education, and escorting students to another class.
- At the request of Administrators or the Classroom Teacher, the Paraprofessional will assist with other school related tasks which will improve the learning environment.
Application Procedure: Apply Online
Complete an online application to make your information instantly available to all school building administrators who are responsible for hiring. It is not necessary or helpful to send information to each school building individually or the District Office. If your qualifications meet district needs, you will be contacted for further information and a possible interview. Thank you for your interest in Dolton/Riverdale School District 148. We are an equal opportunity employer who fully and actively supports equal access for all people regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or disability. Applicants who require reasonable accommodations to complete the application should contact the District 148 Superintendent of Schools.