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Paraprofessional - ESE, Autism, Student Focused, EBD

Employer
Duval County Public Schools
Location
Jacksonville, FL, US
Salary
$15.00 / Per Hour

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3030 Loretto Elem Para - 1 on 1
3066 Alfred I Dupont Middle Para - 1 on 1
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3069 Lake Shore Middle Para - Autism
3071 Hendricks Avenue Elem Para - Autism
3076 Southside Estates Elem Para - Autism
3084 Bayview Elem Para - Autism
3090 Englewood High Para - Autism
3170 Palm Ave Except Stu Ctr Para - Autism
3227 Mayport Elem Para - Autism
3239 Sabal Palm Elem Para - Autism
3241 Westside High Para - Autism
3242 Louis Sheffield Elem Para - Autism
3249 Greenland Pines Elem Para - Autism
3263 Abess Park Elem Para - Autism
3268 Atlantic Coast High Para - Autism
3274 Westview K-8 Para - Autism
3066 Alfred I Dupont Middle Para - EBD
3093 Pinedale Elem Para - Emotional Behavioral Disabilities
3086 Terry Parker High Para - Emotional Behavioral Disabilities
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3217 Don Brewer Elem Para - Emotional Behavioral Disabilities
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3249 Greenland Pines Elem Para - Varying Exceptionalities - Pre K
3078 Biltmore Elem Para - Physically Impaired
3219 Joseph Stilwell Middle Para - Physically Impaired
3239 Sabal Palm Elem Para - Physically Impaired
3246 Neptune Beach Elem Para - Physically Impaired
3258 Mandarin Oaks Elem Para - Physically Impaired
3268 Atlantic Coast High Para - Physically Impaired
3274 Westview K-8 Para - Physically Impaired
3209 Holiday Hill Elem Para - Varying Exceptionalites
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Kind of work:
Under supervision of an ESE teacher, the Instructional Paraprofessional for Special Needs is assigned for at least 80% of the workday the responsibility for assisting with classroom instruction and with the maintenance of discipline and childcare needs. Other responsibilities such as additional related classroom clerical duties, cafeteria duty, etc. may be assigned for a minor portion of the workday. General requirements of this position would be that the Instructional Paraprofessional for Special Needs would be able to provide assistance in all of the areas indicated as appropriate for the Instructional Paraprofessional (Regular Needs) as adapted to the complex and individualized areas required for students with special needs.

Examples of work: Classroom Instruction - Provides assistance with individual/group tutoring in academic areas including introducing and monitoring instructional activities, monitoring testing situations, and planning for instruction with the teacher according to student's Individual Educational Programs (IEP's). Assistance may include creating and using alternative instructional materials, assistance with electronic aids such as Braille and other reader programs, tape recorders, audio readers/trainers, adapted computer programs, communication programs, etc. based on student's individual special needs. Other areas of assistance in classroom instruction might include note taking, continuous planned prompting of students to initiate/maintain/complete learning activities, and individual use of low vision/hearing aids/materials. Providing individualized communication assistance including interpretive/translation (ESOL) services, communication board assistance, Braille transcribing assistance, and other adaptive devices necessary for instructional purposes.

Classroom/Behavior Management - Provides assistance to the teacher with planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating complex individualized student behavior management programs. Assists with behavioral data collection, identifying problem behaviors and planned strategies to change behaviors according to students IEP's. May participate in social skills training activities through individual/group counseling sessions with students, role-playing activities, and structured behavioral programming assistance (proximity control, prompting, and contingencies, coaching, cuing and planned ignoring). Under supervision of certificated staff, and after completing appropriate training, may provide physical crisis intervention assistance to prevent students from hurting themselves, others, or destroying property.

Child and Health Care Needs - Provides assistance designed to support and encourage independent functioning of students, daily living assistance, self-care activities, physical and occupational therapy assistance, orientation and mobility assistance and assistance with student safety according to students IEP's. Examples of this might include assistance with lifting, positioning, diapering, feeding, and physical restraint of individual students. The paraprofessional who has received appropriate training may assist with monitoring student's health status, assistance with prosthetic devices, student mobility training, and helping students with self-monitoring health care activities (catheterization, blood glucose monitoring, skin care for braces, etc).

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent and successful completion of 60 semester hours or a passing score of the ETS/Praxis Paraprofessional examination

Primary Location:
SCHOOL BASED
Salary Range:
$15.00 / Per Hour
Shift Type:
Full-Time

Company

Duval County Public Schools in Jacksonville, Florida is the 22nd largest school district in the nation and the sixth largest school district in Florida. The district is committed to ensuring that students are prepared for success in college or a career, and life. In addition, the district will make sure its mission of providing educational excellence is reflected in every school, in every classroom, for every student, every day.

 

DCPS currently serves approximately 128,000 students in grades Pre K-12 and operates 163 schools. In addition to its traditional, comprehensive schools, DCPS is known for its diverse magnet schools and themes and nationally recognized high school programs that include rich acceleration and vocational programing.

DCPS offers a competitive salary schedule and generous supplements for select hard to staff subject areas. Our starting teacher salary is the highest in the Northeast Florida region! Annual teacher salaries range from $39,500 –$73,000 based on degree and experience.

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Telephone
9043902505
Location
1701 Prudential Drive
JACKSONVILLE
FL
32207
US
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