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Administrative

ADMINISTRATIVE- Dean of Students, Elementary, Part-Time - Administrative
05/21/2015

Part-Time, .5 FTE. Must have Elementary Teaching Certificate or Principal Certificate and 5 years of teaching experience at the Elementary level. (Manzanita Elementary).


Certified

CERTIFIED ELEMENTARY - 15-16 School Year, Chinese Immersion Elementary Teacher(s) - Certified
02/23/2015

Catalina Foothills School District, located in Tucson, Arizona, is now accepting applications for Elementary Mandarin Immersion Teachers for the 2015-2016 school year. Consider joining our excelling school district with a strong commitment to 21st century learning, including world language instruction for every student, K-12. In the fall of 2013, we implemented our Mandarin Chinese immersion program for grades Kindergarten and 1st grade and added 2nd grade in the 14-15 school year. We will be adding a 3rd grade class in 2015-2016 school year. We are looking for this teacher to begin working for CFSD in June/July of 2015. For more information about our school district, visit our website: www.cfsd16.org. For more information about Sunrise Drive, the school that is home to the district Mandarin immersion program, and for information about the program in general, visit the school website: www.cfsd16.org/schools/sunrisedrive/ or https://sites.google.com/a/cfsd16.org/mandarin/welcome. Must have appropriate Arizona Teaching Certification (Elementary or Early Childhood) at time contract begins and be a native Mandarin speaker or have native-like proficiency in Mandarin. Authorization to work in USA is needed, if hired.


CERTIFIED ELEMENTARY - 15-16 School Year, Elementary Teacher(s) - Certified
02/05/2015

Full-Time. Must have Elementary Certificate and be Highly Qualified. (Multiple Elementary Schools).


CERTIFIED ELEMENTARY - 15-16 School Year, Spanish Immersion Elementary Teacher, 5th Grade - Certified
04/10/2015

Must have appropriate Arizona Teaching Certification at time contract begins and be a native Spanish speaker or have native-like proficiency in Spanish. Authorization to work in USA is needed, if hired.


CERTIFIED ELEMENTARY -15-16 School Year, Kindergarten Teacher, Part-Time - Certified
06/15/2015

.5 FTE. Must have AZ Teaching Certificate in Early Childhood Education or Elementary Education with an Early Childhood Endorsement. (Canyon View Elementary and Sunrise Drive Elementary).


CERTIFIED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 15-16 School Year, Spanish Teachers, Elementary - Certified
01/15/2015

Full-time 1.0 FTE. Must have Elementary Teaching Certificate and be fluent in Spanish, native speaker or native like speaker. (Multiple Schools).


CERTIFIED ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL- Substitute Teacher - Certified
11/10/2014

Days and Hours may vary. $85-$95 per full day assignment depending on the position filled. Half day assignments sometimes available. Summary: To implement the daily instructional plans of the classroom teacher in an effective manner. To maintain a class environment favorable to learning and personal growth; to establish effective rapport with pupils while maintaining proper classroom management. To work effectively with the building administrator and other teachers to minimize the any potential transition problems from the teacher to substitute and substitute to teacher. Requirements: Must have an Arizona Teaching Certificate or Arizona Substitute Certificate and valid Fingerprint Clearance Card. Previous teaching or substitute experience required. Must be flexible! NOTE: Please note that as a substitute teacher, you are not guaranteed work. Substitutes work on an ON-CALL basis. Principals can and do set priority lists for the substitutes they want to use and may exclude substitutes they do not wish to have at their school.


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - 15-16 School Year, English/ELL Teacher, Secondary - Certified
06/09/2015

Full-time, 1.0 FTE - .6 FTE English / .4 FTE ELL. Must have AZ Secondary Teaching Certificate with English as an approved area and a Full SEI endorsement and 30 semester hours of English college coursework. (Catalina Foothills High School).


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - 15-16 School Year, EnglishTeacher, Secondary - Certified
05/22/2015

Full-time, 1.0 FTE. Must have AZ Secondary Teaching Certificate with English as an approved area and 30 semester hours of English college coursework. (Catalina Foothills High School).


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - 15-16 School Year, Guidance Counselor, Secondary - Certified
05/06/2015

Full-time 1.0 FTE. Must have Guidance Counselor Certificate (Catalina Foothills High School).


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - 15-16 School Year, Math Teacher, Secondary - Certified
01/15/2015

Full-time 1.0 FTE. Must have Secondary Teaching Certificate with Math as an approved area and 30 semester hours of Math college coursework. (Multiple Schools).


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - 15-16 School Year, Social Science/History Teacher, Secondary - Certified
03/30/2015

Part-time .4-.6 FTE. Must have AZ Teaching Certificate (Grades 6-8) with Middle Grades Social Science/History as an approved area and 30 semester hours of History college coursework. (Orange Grove Middle School).


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - 15-16 School Year, Special Education Teachers, Secondary, Full-Time - Certified
05/22/2015

Must have appropriate AZ Special Education Teaching certificate and be Highly Qualified. (Catalina Foothills High School, Orange Grove Middle School).


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - 15-16 School Year, Speech and Language Pathologist- Full-Time, 1.0 FTE - Certified
04/17/2015

Must have: Master's Degree in Speech, Language or Audiology. Current Certificate of Clinical Competence as a speech/language pathologist. Current State of Arizona Education Certificate. (Will travel to Catalina Foothills High School and Middle Schools).


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - Head Coach - Girls Golf - Certified
03/20/2015

Pay Range: $2,700.00-$4,083.99. 2015-2016 School Year. Catalina Foothills High School. Definition: Reports to the athletic administrator who provides overall objectives and final evaluation in conjunction with the high school principal. Essential Functions: Supervises Assistant coach(es). Must advise, coordinate and support the sport staff with the athletic director and principal. Provides post-season evaluations of coaching staff. To instruct athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy and physical training necessary for them to realize a degree of individual and team success. At the same time, the student shall receive instruction that will lead to the formulation of moral values, pride of accomplishment, acceptable social behavior, self discipline and self confidences. General Tasks: The success of athletic programs has a strong influence on the community’s image of the entire system. Pressure for winning performance must not override the objectives of good sportsmanship and good mental health. The position includes other aspects such as extended time, risk injury factor and due process predicaments. It is the express intent of the job description to give sufficient guidance to function. In cases not specifically covered, it shall be assumed that a coach will exercise the common sense and good judgment of the prudent and reasonable person. Duties and Responsibilities: Have a thorough knowledge of all the athletic policies approved by the high school administration, and be responsible for implementation by the entire staff of the sports program. Have knowledge of the existing system, state and region regulations; implementing same consistently, and interpreting for staff and athletes. Understands the proper administrative line of command and refer all requests or grievances through proper channel. Be aware of all public/staff/departmental meetings that require attendance. Establish the fundamental philosophy, skills and techniques to be taught by staff. Design conferences, clinics and staff meetings to guarantee staff awareness of overall programs. Train and inform staff, encouraging professional growth by clinic attendance according to local clinic policy. Delegate specific duties, supervise implementation, and, as season’s end, analyze staff effectiveness, evaluating all assistants. Maintain discipline, adjust grievances, and work to increase moral and cooperation. Develop in-season and out-of-season programs appropriate for the sport. Perform other duties which may be assigned by the athletic director/principal. Assist the athletic director in scheduling, providing transportation and requirements for tournament and special sports events. Assist in the necessary preparation to hold scheduled sport events or practice. Coordinate program with maintenance and school employees. Provide documentation to fulfill state and system requirements concerning physical examinations, parent consent and eligibility. Provide proper safeguards for maintenance and protection of assigned equipment sites. Advise the athletic director of recommendations pertaining to changes in policy. Qualifications: Valid Arizona Teacher Certification, Substitute Certificate or Pima Coaching Certification required. Employment as a teacher at the Catalina Foothills School District preferred. Must have ability to organize and supervise a total sports program. Should possess substantial knowledge of the technical aspects of the sport and, at the same time, continue to examine new theories and procedures pertinent to the field. Must be CPR certified.


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - Head Coach-Boys Soccer - Certified
03/13/2015

Pay Range: $3,100.00-$4,689.03. 2015-2016 School Year. Catalina Foothills High School. Definition: Reports to the athletic administrator who provides overall objectives and final evaluation in conjunction with the high school principal. Essential Functions: Supervises Assistant coach(es). Must advise, coordinate and support the sport staff with the athletic director and principal. Provides post-season evaluations of coaching staff. To instruct athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy and physical training necessary for them to realize a degree of individual and team success. At the same time, the student shall receive instruction that will lead to the formulation of moral values, pride of accomplishment, acceptable social behavior, self discipline and self confidences. General Tasks: The success of athletic programs has a strong influence on the community’s image of the entire system. Pressure for winning performance must not override the objectives of good sportsmanship and good mental health. The position includes other aspects such as extended time, risk injury factor and due process predicaments. It is the express intent of the job description to give sufficient guidance to function. In cases not specifically covered, it shall be assumed that a coach will exercise the common sense and good judgment of the prudent and reasonable person. Duties and Responsibilities: Have a thorough knowledge of all the athletic policies approved by the high school administration, and be responsible for implementation by the entire staff of the sports program. Have knowledge of the existing system, state and region regulations; implementing same consistently, and interpreting for staff and athletes. Understands the proper administrative line of command and refer all requests or grievances through proper channel. Be aware of all public/staff/departmental meetings that require attendance. Establish the fundamental philosophy, skills and techniques to be taught by staff. Design conferences, clinics and staff meetings to guarantee staff awareness of overall programs. Train and inform staff, encouraging professional growth by clinic attendance according to local clinic policy. Delegate specific duties, supervise implementation, and, as season’s end, analyze staff effectiveness, evaluating all assistants. Maintain discipline, adjust grievances, and work to increase moral and cooperation. Develop in-season and out-of-season programs appropriate for the sport. Perform other duties which may be assigned by the athletic director/principal. Assist the athletic director in scheduling, providing transportation and requirements for tournament and special sports events. Assist in the necessary preparation to hold scheduled sport events or practice. Coordinate program with maintenance and school employees. Provide documentation to fulfill state and system requirements concerning physical examinations, parent consent and eligibility. Provide proper safeguards for maintenance and protection of assigned equipment sites. Advise the athletic director of recommendations pertaining to changes in policy. Qualifications: Valid Arizona Teacher Certification or Substitute Certificate. Employment as a teacher at the Catalina Foothills School District preferred. Must have ability to organize and supervise a total sports program. Should possess substantial knowledge of the technical aspects of the sport and, at the same time, continue to examine new theories and procedures pertinent to the field. Must be CPR certified.


CERTIFIED MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL - Head Coach-Girls Volleyball - Certified
05/20/2015

Stipend Range: $3,100.00 - $4,689.03. Fall Season, 2015-2016 School Year. Definition: Reports to the athletic administrator who provides overall objectives and final evaluation in conjunction with the high school principal. Essential Functions: Supervises Assistant coach(es). Must advise, coordinate and support the sport staff with the athletic director and principal. Provides post-season evaluations of coaching staff. To instruct athletes in the fundamental skills, strategy and physical training necessary for them to realize a degree of individual and team success. At the same time, the student shall receive instruction that will lead to the formulation of moral values, pride of accomplishment, acceptable social behavior, self discipline and self confidences. General Tasks: The success of athletic programs has a strong influence on the community’s image of the entire system. Pressure for winning performance must not override the objectives of good sportsmanship and good mental health. The position includes other aspects such as extended time, risk injury factor and due process predicaments. It is the express intent of the job description to give sufficient guidance to function. In cases not specifically covered, it shall be assumed that a coach will exercise the common sense and good judgment of the prudent and reasonable person. Duties and Responsibilities: Have a thorough knowledge of all the athletic policies approved by the high school administration, and be responsible for implementation by the entire staff of the sports program. Have knowledge of the existing system, state and region regulations; implementing same consistently, and interpreting for staff and athletes. Understands the proper administrative line of command and refer all requests or grievances through proper channel. Be aware of all public/staff/departmental meetings that require attendance. Establish the fundamental philosophy, skills and techniques to be taught by staff. Design conferences, clinics and staff meetings to guarantee staff awareness of overall programs. Train and inform staff, encouraging professional growth by clinic attendance according to local clinic policy. Delegate specific duties, supervise implementation, and, as season’s end, analyze staff effectiveness, evaluating all assistants. Maintain discipline, adjust grievances, and work to increase moral and cooperation. Develop in-season and out-of-season programs appropriate for the sport. Perform other duties which may be assigned by the athletic director/principal. Assist the athletic director in scheduling, providing transportation and requirements for tournament and special sports events. Assist in the necessary preparation to hold scheduled sport events or practice. Coordinate program with maintenance and school employees. Provide documentation to fulfill state and system requirements concerning physical examinations, parent consent and eligibility. Provide proper safeguards for maintenance and protection of assigned equipment sites. Advise the athletic director of recommendations pertaining to changes in policy. Qualifications: Valid Arizona Teacher Certification or Substitute Certificate Required. Employment as a teacher at the Catalina Foothills School District preferred. Must have ability to organize and supervise a total sports program. Should possess substantial knowledge of the technical aspects of the sport and, at the same time, continue to examine new theories and procedures pertinent to the field. Must be CPR certified.


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, CERTIFIED OPENING - 15-16 School Year, Early Childhood/Preschool Teacher, Full-Time - Certified
02/12/2015

Must have AZ Teaching Certificate in Early Childhood Education or Elementary Education with an Early Childhood Endorsement. (Valley View Early Learning Center).


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS, CERTIFIED OPENING - 15-16 School Year, Special Education Early Childhood/Preschool Teacher, Part-Time. .6 FTE - Certified
04/01/2015

Must have AZ Teaching Certificate in Special Ed. with an Early Childhood Endorsement. (Valley View Early Learning Center).


Classified

CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Assistant Athletic Coach-Dive - Classified
05/13/2015

Catalina Foothills High School. Fall Season 2015-16 SY. Pay: Stipend, D.O.E. Definition: Under general supervision of Head Coach, Athletic Director and Principal. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Job Goal: To carry out the aims and objectives of the sport program as outlined by the head coach and school administration. To instruct athletes in individual and team fundamentals, strategy and physical training necessary to realize a degree of individual and team success. Duties and Responsibilities: Has a thorough knowledge of all the athletic policies approved by the Board of Education and is responsible for implementation. Has knowledge of the existing school district, state and region regulations; implements same consistently. Understands the proper administrative line of command and refers all students and parent requests or grievances through proper channels. Is aware of all public/staff/departmental meetings that require attendance. Maintains discipline and works to increase moral and cooperation within the school sports program and school community. Supervises athletes and team assigned. Assumes supervisory control over all athletes in the program when such control is needed. Administrative Duties: Assists head coach in scheduling, providing transportation to tournaments and special sport events. Assists in preparation for scheduled sport events or practices and adheres to scheduled facility times. Coordinates program with maintenance and school employees. Provides to the athletic director documentation necessary to fulfill school, district, and state requirements concerning physical examinations, parental consent and eligibility. Equipment and Facilities: Is accountable to the head coach for all equipment. Collects the cost of any equipment lost or not returned. Arranges issuing, marking and storing of equipment and submits an annual inventory and current records. Coordinates all equipment processing with the equipment manager. Monitors locker rooms, equipment room, training room, and coaches’ offices and authorizes who may enter. Secures all doors, lights, windows and locks before leaving building. Coordinate with custodial staff on duty. Instills in each player a respect for equipment and school property, its’ care and proper use. Qualifications: Coaching and/or playing experience in assigned sport Knowledge and background in assigned sport Professional development activities in pedagogy and methodology of the assigned sport CPR certified prior to second full season


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Education Assistant - Classroom - Classified
06/08/2015

Pay Range: $8.93 - $10.68, DOE. 188 Paid workdays per year. Ventana Vista Elementary School. 3 positions available: 7:45am-12:45pm, 11:45am-3:45pm, 7:45am-3:15pm. Definition: Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the Preschool. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students. Assignment may be with students of any grade level and may include support in specialized learning environments such as computer labs. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Work with students individually and in groups and assist them with lessons and instruction according to the teacher’s lesson plan. Assist teacher in delivering whole class projects. Monitor students on school grounds, before school, at lunch, at break, on playgrounds, during passing periods and a traffic duty and emphasize appropriate behavior. Administer tests and collect and grade homework and tests. Read to and assist students in reading. Prepare classroom materials, report cards, bulletin boards and visual aids. Arrange field trips. Provide clerical support to teachers or subject specialists, such as copying and collating instructional materials, and creating letters, forms and supply orders. Enter data on homework hotline. Record and assign lockers to students. Assist with and deliver student counseling and discipline in an urgent situation in the absence of a teacher. May assist in providing clerical support to the school office. Assist teachers in carrying out educational program. Interact with children to encourage positive self concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare and care for the classroom and playground as needed. Attend regular staff meetings. Prepare and clean-up daily snack. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program. Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding student discipline. Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area. Knowledge of standard office practices and procedures. Skill in operating a variety of standard office equipment such as phones, copiers, calculators, paper cutters, overhead projector and scanners. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Minimum Required Qualifications: High School diploma or GED. Special Requirements: CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Education Assistant - Inclusion - Classified
06/29/2015

Pay Range: $10.10 - $12.05/hr, DOE. 10 months, 188 paid workdays per year. 32.5 hours per week. Orange Grove Middle School. Target Start Date: 8/5/15. Definition: Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the school and/or physical therapist. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students with special needs within a regular classroom setting. Assignment may be with severely multiply impaired students of any grade level. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Work individually with students with special needs and support educational progress of the student’s established Individual Education Program. Modify lessons, instructional materials, quizzes and tests for student accessibility and comprehension. Conduct parallel teaching/tutoring. Take notes for student. Work with small groups of students. Maintain behavior reinforcement programs for positive and negative behavior. Provide physical support and assistance to assure student moves between classroom locations in a timely manner. Assist with major personal, physical and custodial needs of the student including feeding, lifting, positioning, assisted walking, pushing a wheelchair and toilet needs. Assist with range of motion exercises, physical/occupational therapy programs and physical education. Assist student in developing fine and gross motor skills, balance and interpreting directions. Assist with speech therapy. Follow established medical emergency plans for medically frail and medically involved students as needed. Teach life skills and study skills. Write and submit progress reports. Assist other special needs students as needed. Use a variety of methods, such as assistive software, sign language, Braille and typing/writing for the student, to communicate with student and assistant student in developing functional communications skills. Monitor and document student activities and progress for teacher and parental review. Assist teachers in carrying out education program. Assist teachers in working with special needs children. Attend consultations with specialists to meet needs of special needs children. Interact with children to encourage positive self-concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare classroom and playground as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program. Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding inclusion of special needs students. Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area and/or student’s Individual Education Program. Knowledge of universal precautions required when exposed to blood, mucus, saliva, urine, and bowel movements. Knowledge of proper emergency medical care, body positioning/mechanics and CPR. Knowledge appropriate oral and physical intervention methods for special needs students. Knowledge of basic behavioral modification and motivation techniques and practices. Knowledge of available methods to modify classroom assignments. Knowledge of proper techniques in handling, lifting, and carrying students Skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students. Skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Minimum Required Qualifications: Associates degree preferred and six months of working with special needs children. Special Requirements: CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire. PHYSICAL Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Education Assistant - Inclusion - Classified
06/24/2015

Pay Range: $10.10 - $12.05/hr, DOE. 10 months, 188 paid workdays per year. 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 7:45 AM - 3:15 PM . Ventana Vista Elementary School. Target Start Date: 8/5/15. Definition: Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the school and/or physical therapist. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students with special needs within a regular classroom setting. Assignment may be with severely multiply impaired students of any grade level. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Work individually with students with special needs and support educational progress of the student’s established Individual Education Program. Modify lessons, instructional materials, quizzes and tests for student accessibility and comprehension. Conduct parallel teaching/tutoring. Take notes for student. Work with small groups of students. Maintain behavior reinforcement programs for positive and negative behavior. Provide physical support and assistance to assure student moves between classroom locations in a timely manner. Assist with major personal, physical and custodial needs of the student including feeding, lifting, positioning, assisted walking, pushing a wheelchair and toilet needs. Assist with range of motion exercises, physical/occupational therapy programs and physical education. Assist student in developing fine and gross motor skills, balance and interpreting directions. Assist with speech therapy. Follow established medical emergency plans for medically frail and medically involved students as needed. Teach life skills and study skills. Write and submit progress reports. Assist other special needs students as needed. Use a variety of methods, such as assistive software, sign language, Braille and typing/writing for the student, to communicate with student and assistant student in developing functional communications skills. Monitor and document student activities and progress for teacher and parental review. Assist teachers in carrying out education program. Assist teachers in working with special needs children. Attend consultations with specialists to meet needs of special needs children. Interact with children to encourage positive self-concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare classroom and playground as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program. Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding inclusion of special needs students. Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area and/or student’s Individual Education Program. Knowledge of universal precautions required when exposed to blood, mucus, saliva, urine, and bowel movements. Knowledge of proper emergency medical care, body positioning/mechanics and CPR. Knowledge appropriate oral and physical intervention methods for special needs students. Knowledge of basic behavioral modification and motivation techniques and practices. Knowledge of available methods to modify classroom assignments. Knowledge of proper techniques in handling, lifting, and carrying students Skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students. Skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Minimum Required Qualifications: Associates degree preferred and six months of working with special needs children. Special Requirements: CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire. PHYSICAL Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Education Assistant - Inclusion - Classified
05/18/2015

Pay Range: $10.10 - $12.05/hr, DOE. 10 months, 188 paid workdays per year. 32.5 hours per week, M, T, Th, F 7:15-2:30, W 9:00-2:30. Esperero Canyon Middle School. 2015-2016 School Year. Definition: Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the school and/or physical therapist. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students with special needs within a regular classroom setting. Assignment may be with severely multiply impaired students of any grade level. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Work individually with students with special needs and support educational progress of the student’s established Individual Education Program. Modify lessons, instructional materials, quizzes and tests for student accessibility and comprehension. Conduct parallel teaching/tutoring. Take notes for student. Work with small groups of students. Maintain behavior reinforcement programs for positive and negative behavior. Provide physical support and assistance to assure student moves between classroom locations in a timely manner. Assist with major personal, physical and custodial needs of the student including feeding, lifting, positioning, assisted walking, pushing a wheelchair and toilet needs. Assist with range of motion exercises, physical/occupational therapy programs and physical education. Assist student in developing fine and gross motor skills, balance and interpreting directions. Assist with speech therapy. Follow established medical emergency plans for medically frail and medically involved students as needed. Teach life skills and study skills. Write and submit progress reports. Assist other special needs students as needed. Use a variety of methods, such as assistive software, sign language, Braille and typing/writing for the student, to communicate with student and assistant student in developing functional communications skills. Monitor and document student activities and progress for teacher and parental review. Assist teachers in carrying out education program. Assist teachers in working with special needs children. Attend consultations with specialists to meet needs of special needs children. Interact with children to encourage positive self-concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare classroom and playground as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program. Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding inclusion of special needs students. Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area and/or student’s Individual Education Program. Knowledge of universal precautions required when exposed to blood, mucus, saliva, urine, and bowel movements. Knowledge of proper emergency medical care, body positioning/mechanics and CPR. Knowledge appropriate oral and physical intervention methods for special needs students. Knowledge of basic behavioral modification and motivation techniques and practices. Knowledge of available methods to modify classroom assignments. Knowledge of proper techniques in handling, lifting, and carrying students Skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students. Skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Education Assistant - Inclusion - Classified
05/14/2015

Pay Range: $10.10 - $12.05/hr, DOE. 10 months, 188 paid workdays per year. Part-Time, 20 hours per week. Schedule: TBD. Catalina Foothills High School. 2015-2016 School Year. Definition: Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the school and/or physical therapist. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students with special needs within a regular classroom setting. Assignment may be with severely multiply impaired students of any grade level. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Work individually with students with special needs and support educational progress of the student’s established Individual Education Program. Modify lessons, instructional materials, quizzes and tests for student accessibility and comprehension. Conduct parallel teaching/tutoring. Take notes for student. Work with small groups of students. Maintain behavior reinforcement programs for positive and negative behavior. Provide physical support and assistance to assure student moves between classroom locations in a timely manner. Assist with major personal, physical and custodial needs of the student including feeding, lifting, positioning, assisted walking, pushing a wheelchair and toilet needs. Assist with range of motion exercises, physical/occupational therapy programs and physical education. Assist student in developing fine and gross motor skills, balance and interpreting directions. Assist with speech therapy. Follow established medical emergency plans for medically frail and medically involved students as needed. Teach life skills and study skills. Write and submit progress reports. Assist other special needs students as needed. Use a variety of methods, such as assistive software, sign language, Braille and typing/writing for the student, to communicate with student and assistant student in developing functional communications skills. Monitor and document student activities and progress for teacher and parental review. Assist teachers in carrying out education program. Assist teachers in working with special needs children. Attend consultations with specialists to meet needs of special needs children. Interact with children to encourage positive self-concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare classroom and playground as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program. Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding inclusion of special needs students. Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area and/or student’s Individual Education Program. Knowledge of universal precautions required when exposed to blood, mucus, saliva, urine, and bowel movements. Knowledge of proper emergency medical care, body positioning/mechanics and CPR. Knowledge appropriate oral and physical intervention methods for special needs students. Knowledge of basic behavioral modification and motivation techniques and practices. Knowledge of available methods to modify classroom assignments. Knowledge of proper techniques in handling, lifting, and carrying students Skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students. Skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Minimum Required Qualifications: Associates degree preferred and six months of working with special needs children. Special Requirements: CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire. PHYSICAL Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Education Assistant - Inclusion (#489) - Classified
06/08/2015

Pay Range: $10.10 - $12.05/hr, DOE. 10 months, 188 paid workdays per year. Part-Time, 20 hours per week. 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM or 7:15 AM - 11:15 AM. Manzanita Elementary School. Target Start Date: 8/5/15. Definition: Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the school and/or physical therapist. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students with special needs within a regular classroom setting. Assignment may be with severely multiply impaired students of any grade level. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Work individually with students with special needs and support educational progress of the student’s established Individual Education Program. Modify lessons, instructional materials, quizzes and tests for student accessibility and comprehension. Conduct parallel teaching/tutoring. Take notes for student. Work with small groups of students. Maintain behavior reinforcement programs for positive and negative behavior. Provide physical support and assistance to assure student moves between classroom locations in a timely manner. Assist with major personal, physical and custodial needs of the student including feeding, lifting, positioning, assisted walking, pushing a wheelchair and toilet needs. Assist with range of motion exercises, physical/occupational therapy programs and physical education. Assist student in developing fine and gross motor skills, balance and interpreting directions. Assist with speech therapy. Follow established medical emergency plans for medically frail and medically involved students as needed. Teach life skills and study skills. Write and submit progress reports. Assist other special needs students as needed. Use a variety of methods, such as assistive software, sign language, Braille and typing/writing for the student, to communicate with student and assistant student in developing functional communications skills. Monitor and document student activities and progress for teacher and parental review. Assist teachers in carrying out education program. Assist teachers in working with special needs children. Attend consultations with specialists to meet needs of special needs children. Interact with children to encourage positive self-concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare classroom and playground as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program. Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding inclusion of special needs students. Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area and/or student’s Individual Education Program. Knowledge of universal precautions required when exposed to blood, mucus, saliva, urine, and bowel movements. Knowledge of proper emergency medical care, body positioning/mechanics and CPR. Knowledge appropriate oral and physical intervention methods for special needs students. Knowledge of basic behavioral modification and motivation techniques and practices. Knowledge of available methods to modify classroom assignments. Knowledge of proper techniques in handling, lifting, and carrying students Skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students. Skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Minimum Required Qualifications: Associates degree preferred and six months of working with special needs children. Special Requirements: CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire. PHYSICAL Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Education Assistant - Inclusion (#491) - Classified
06/08/2015

Pay Range: $10.10 - $12.05/hr, DOE. 10 months, 188 paid workdays per year. 35 hours per week. Catalina Foothills High School. Target Start Date: 8/5/15. Definition: Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the school and/or physical therapist. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students with special needs within a regular classroom setting. Assignment may be with severely multiply impaired students of any grade level. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Work individually with students with special needs and support educational progress of the student’s established Individual Education Program. Modify lessons, instructional materials, quizzes and tests for student accessibility and comprehension. Conduct parallel teaching/tutoring. Take notes for student. Work with small groups of students. Maintain behavior reinforcement programs for positive and negative behavior. Provide physical support and assistance to assure student moves between classroom locations in a timely manner. Assist with major personal, physical and custodial needs of the student including feeding, lifting, positioning, assisted walking, pushing a wheelchair and toilet needs. Assist with range of motion exercises, physical/occupational therapy programs and physical education. Assist student in developing fine and gross motor skills, balance and interpreting directions. Assist with speech therapy. Follow established medical emergency plans for medically frail and medically involved students as needed. Teach life skills and study skills. Write and submit progress reports. Assist other special needs students as needed. Use a variety of methods, such as assistive software, sign language, Braille and typing/writing for the student, to communicate with student and assistant student in developing functional communications skills. Monitor and document student activities and progress for teacher and parental review. Assist teachers in carrying out education program. Assist teachers in working with special needs children. Attend consultations with specialists to meet needs of special needs children. Interact with children to encourage positive self-concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare classroom and playground as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program. Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding inclusion of special needs students. Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area and/or student’s Individual Education Program. Knowledge of universal precautions required when exposed to blood, mucus, saliva, urine, and bowel movements. Knowledge of proper emergency medical care, body positioning/mechanics and CPR. Knowledge appropriate oral and physical intervention methods for special needs students. Knowledge of basic behavioral modification and motivation techniques and practices. Knowledge of available methods to modify classroom assignments. Knowledge of proper techniques in handling, lifting, and carrying students Skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students. Skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Minimum Required Qualifications: Associates degree preferred and six months of working with special needs children. Special Requirements: CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire. PHYSICAL Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Office Clerk - Counseling - Classified
06/09/2015

Pay Range: $9.61 - $11.47 per hour, DOE. 196 paid workdays per year. Full-time, Monday-Friday. Definition: Under immediate supervision performs clerical work of routine difficulty. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Manage student and parent walk-ins and phone calls. First to respond to student and parent questions. Manage counselor appointment calendars. Process mailings (electronic and USPS) to students and parents. Coordinate college representative visits. Manage counseling office supplies, equipment, make copies, sort mail, etc. Support counseling activities (e.g., test registration, transcript requests, academic scheduling, college advising.) Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of standard office practices and procedures. Knowledge of CFSD enrollment and residency rules and regulations. Knowledge of CFSD campus access rules and regulations. Knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software. Skill in performing accurate data entry. Skill in using word processing and spreadsheet software. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students, parents and the general public. Minimum Required Qualifications: High School diploma or GED and six months of clerical experience. Special Requirements: None.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - School Nurse Substitute - Classified
08/13/2014

Hours will vary from week to week. RN to work in school health offices as a substitute nurse when assigned nurse is out. There is no guarantee of hours from week to week. Will travel to all elementary schools to provide assistance and support to Health Aides. Provides basic first aid for minor illnesses and accidents. Records information on daily logs. Administers medications to students. Assists in health screenings such as hearing, vision and lice checks. Requirements: Current Arizona license as a Registered Nurse. Current CPR and First Aid certificates. Fingerprint Clearance Card issued by the Az. Dept. of Public Safety, by the time position starts. Preferred: Bachelor's degree in nursing and two years experience in public health nursing delivering services to children and adolescents in a public school setting. Pay is $85.00 per full day, $45.00 per half day.


CLASSIFIED SUPPORT - Security Monitor - Classified
06/24/2015

Catalina Foothills High School. Full-time, Monday-Friday, 191 paid working days per school year. Target Start Date: 8/3/2015. Salary Range: $10.10 - $12.05. Definition: Under general supervision performs work of moderate difficulty monitoring the security of the high school campus. Tasks: Assist with the operations and maintenance of the CSI Access Control system, the video surveillance system, the TLC lighting system, the BEST Locking system and the student lockers. Patrol campus to deter vandalism, theft and unauthorized and/or unsafe use of facilities. Work closely with Administration to enforce discipline, endure compliance with campus regulations and promote an academic environment. Monitor parking lots for students and others attempting to gain access or leave without authorization or students avoiding attending class. Monitor and direct parking lot traffic at peak times. Inspect vehicles for proper parking permits. Issue warnings to drivers regarding campus parking and driving violations. Boot improperly parked vehicles. Investigate and document on-campus traffic accidents. Assist other school security staff with emergency problems such as student fights. Monitor grounds for areas where students smoke. Coordinate security issues with Pima County Sheriff’s Department as needed. Assist with the supervision of the students assigned to campus work and improvement projects. Assist with shipping and receiving of orders at the site. Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD rules and regulations regarding access to and departure from school grounds. Knowledge of state, local and CFSD traffic safety and security rules and regulations. Knowledge of nonviolent crisis intervention techniques. Skill in operating a two way radio and a variety of automated security systems. Skill in operating a golf carts. Skill in attaching wheel boots. Skill in orally communicating effectively with students to enforce rules and regulations. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff and administrators, students, parents and law enforcement professionals. Minimum Required Qualifications: High School diploma or GED. Must be 21 years of age. Special Requirements: Valid Arizona Driver’s license and clear driving record.


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - After-School Middle School Coaches - Classified
05/18/2015

Classes Start 8/10/15. Esperero Canyon Middle School & Orange Grove Middle School. We are currently accepting applications for our 6th-8th grade after-school sports programs. First quarter classes start 8/10/15. We are looking for coaches for volleyball, cross country, flag football, softball, or tennis. Apply as soon as possible and indicate what sport(s) you would like to coach. Classes run either Monday-Thursday, 2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. ($1500.00 stipend) OR Monday/Wednesday, 2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. ($750.00 stipend) OR Tuesday/Thursday 2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. ($750.00 stipend) depending on the sport.


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - After-School Middle School Instructors - Classified
05/13/2015

Stipend Amount: $325 per quarter. Classes start: 8/10/15. Esperero Canyon Middle School & Orange Grove Middle School. Applications are now being accepted for after-school instructors for our 6th-8th grade enrichment classes for the 2015-2016 school year. We are looking for instructors who can teach subjects such as; dance, science, computers, cooking or art. Teacher certification is not required. Classes are 2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. for one or more days per week depending on the class being offered. Apply as soon as possible and indicate what you would like to teach.


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - C.A.R.E. Activity Leader I - Classified
06/08/2015

Part-time, During after-school hours, $8.49 - $10.14. Various after-school hours available. 2015-2016 School Year. Tasks: Participate in planning and implementing of age appropriate program activities under the direction of Site Manager, while providing quality care in a safe environment for students. Assist in directing activities (games, projects, arts and crafts activities, experiments, cooking, and story time). Assist in supervision of children in all areas, both indoors and outdoors. Assist in maintaining accountability of children, checking them in and out. Participate in rotation of activity areas. Maintain Arizona Department of Health childcare licensing requirements. Attend monthly staff meetings. Meet minimum requirement of 12 hours of in-service training in the field of childcare. Maintain on-going communication with Site Manager, Assistant Site Managers and other staff. Maintain pleasingly aesthetic appearance of child-centered classrooms. Assume tasks assigned by the Asst. Site Manager, Site Manager and CARE Program Director. Knowledge, Skills, and Other Characteristics: Personal: High energy level and personal integrity a must. Must be flexible and in excellent health. Exercise independent judgment, initiative and resourcefulness. Able to deal effectively with staff, students, and parents. Minimum Requirements: Attending high school or in process of securing high school equivalency. Experience working with children. Ability to communicate and work well with others. Locations (Canyon View Elementary, Manzanita Elementary, Sunrise Drive Elementary, and Ventana Vista Elementary). These positions can be combined with another classified school position to increase FTE and benefit coverage.


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - C.A.R.E. Activity Leader II - Classified
05/15/2015

Part-time, During after-school hours, $8.93 - $10.68. Various after-school hours available. Plans, organizes and supervises children's activities, including arts, crafts, games and sports. Knowledge Desired skills: Knowledge of safe, age appropriate activities, including arts, crafts, games and sports; knowledge of CARE Handbook and policies and procedures regarding student discipline; skill in preparing and presenting age appropriate activities; skill in monitoring and working with children kindergarten through fifth grade; skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing; and skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Must have a high school diploma or GED and six months of experience working with elementary age children. Must be at least 18 years of age. These positions can be combined with another classified school position to increase FTE and benefit coverage. (Canyon View Elementary, Manzanita Elementary, Sunrise Drive Elementary, and Ventana Vista Elementary).


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - C.A.R.E. Assistant Site Manager - Afternoon Program/Lead Teacher of Intermediate Program - Classified
06/10/2015

Part-time (10 months), $10.87-$12.98. Schedule: Ventana Vista Elem. - 1:00pm to 6:00pm (Early Release: Tuesdays); 2:15pm to 6:00pm Mon./ Wed./Thurs. & Fri. 20 hours/wk. Will be working with the CARE Program Director and Site Manager performing supervision of activity leaders and children. Qualifications: Must be 21 years of age, have a High School Diploma and 30 hours of Early Childhood Education training and 12 months of experience OR an Associate Degree and 6 months of experience OR a total of 24 credits w/ 6 credits in Early Childhood Education and 12 months of experience OR NAC/CDA/CCP/CPC and 12 months of experience OR a Bachelor Degree and 3 months of experience. Needs experience in planning children's programs. Must be able to obtain DPS fingerprint clearance card. (Ventana Vista Elementary).


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - CARE Education Assistant - Inclusion - Classified
05/15/2015

Part-time, 10 months, $10.10-$12.05/hour. Various after-school hours available. One-on-one support for special needs children who attend the CARE afterschool program. Desired skills: skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students; skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices; skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing; and skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Associates degree and six months of working with special needs children preferred. CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire. These positions can be combined with another classified school position to increase FTE and benefit coverage. (Canyon View Elementary, Manzanita Elementary, Sunrise Drive Elementary, and Ventana Vista Elementary).


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - Education Assistant - Inclusion - Classified
05/15/2015

Pay Range: $10.10 - $12.05/hr, DOE. Part- Time, 188 paid workdays per year. 21 hours per week, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM ~ Mon./Tues./Fri. & 12:00 PM - 3:00PM ~ Wed./Thurs. Valley View Early Learning Center. Definition: Under immediate supervision of certified teaching staff, subject specialists or Program Director of the school and/or physical therapist. Performs work of moderate difficulty assisting in the structured education of students with special needs within a regular classroom setting. Assignment may be with severely multiply impaired students of any grade level. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Work individually with students with special needs and support educational progress of the student’s established Individual Education Program. Modify lessons, instructional materials, quizzes and tests for student accessibility and comprehension. Conduct parallel teaching/tutoring. Take notes for student. Work with small groups of students. Maintain behavior reinforcement programs for positive and negative behavior. Provide physical support and assistance to assure student moves between classroom locations in a timely manner. Assist with major personal, physical and custodial needs of the student including feeding, lifting, positioning, assisted walking, pushing a wheelchair and toilet needs. Assist with range of motion exercises, physical/occupational therapy programs and physical education. Assist student in developing fine and gross motor skills, balance and interpreting directions. Assist with speech therapy. Follow established medical emergency plans for medically frail and medically involved students as needed. Teach life skills and study skills. Write and submit progress reports. Assist other special needs students as needed. Use a variety of methods, such as assistive software, sign language, Braille and typing/writing for the student, to communicate with student and assistant student in developing functional communications skills. Monitor and document student activities and progress for teacher and parental review. Meet with community employers on student’s behalf. Assist teachers in carrying out education program. Assist teachers in working with special needs children. Attend consultations with specialists to meet needs of special needs children. Interact with children to encourage positive self-concept and enthusiasm for the discovery process. Prepare classroom and playground as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Adhere to the goals, policies and procedures of the program. Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CFSD and school policies and procedures regarding inclusion of special needs students. Knowledge of curriculum content for assigned area and/or student’s Individual Education Program. Knowledge of universal precautions required when exposed to blood, mucus, saliva, urine, and bowel movements. Knowledge of proper emergency medical care, body positioning/mechanics and CPR. Knowledge appropriate oral and physical intervention methods for special needs students. Knowledge of basic behavioral modification and motivation techniques and practices. Knowledge of available methods to modify classroom assignments. Knowledge of proper techniques in handling, lifting, and carrying students Skill in safely lifting, moving and working with special needs students. Skill in using specialized tools such as adaptive computer software, adaptive therapy equipment and augmentative communication devices. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students and parents. Minimum Required Qualifications: Associates degree preferred and six months of working with special needs children. Special Requirements: Requires Fingerprint Clearance Card & Negative TB Test CPR certificate and First Aide certificate are required within two (2) years of hire. PHYSICAL Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.


COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - Program Coordinator - Elementary - Classified
06/23/2015

Exempt, Full-time, 12 Months, Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00 or as needed. Pay Range: $30,902 - $37,563 DOE Canyon View Elementary School and Ventana Vista Elementary School. Definition: Under general supervision of the Educational Extension Program Director, performs work of moderate difficulty developing, planning and coordinating elementary after-school programs. Essential Functions: (Essential functions, as defined under the American with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a complete listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this job class.) Tasks: Develop after school, early release and summer programs. Define class ideas and scope. Recruit and train instructors. Process instructor contracts. Organize and schedule classes for the school year. Coordinate physical resources. Develop and implement student attendance tracking procedures. Develop content for class brochures and distribute completed brochures. Accept and transmit fee payments. Highly Desired Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of approved CFSD elementary level curriculum. Knowledge of elementary level educational program design. Knowledge of CFSD policies and procedures regarding student program eligibility and registration. Knowledge of recruiting and retaining instructors. Skill in developing, implementing and coordinating elementary level after school programs. Skill in recruiting and retaining instructors. Skill in communicating effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, administrators, students, parents and volunteers. Minimum Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Experience in elementary education and one year of experience developing, implementing and coordinating an elementary education extension program preferred. Special Requirements: none.


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