Rowland Unified School District
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BEHAVIOR SUPPORT ASSISTANT
at Rowland Unified School District
|Job Title:||BEHAVIOR SUPPORT ASSISTANT|
|Opening Date/Time:||Fri. 11/01/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time|
|Salary:||$17.26 - $21.05 Hourly|
|Job Type:||Regular Part-time|
|Location:||Rowland Heights (Los Angeles County), California|
|Department:||Personnel / Default|
There are several vacant positions available at this time. Typical hours for these jobs are five and a half (5.5) hours per day, five (5) days per week, nine and a half (9.5) months a year. Eligibility lists are being established in all positions to fill future vacancies and hire substitutes.
If you wish to be considered for the BILINGUAL SPANISH position, please indicate that in the supplemental questions you will be asked at the end of the application process. You will be tested for your ability to speak and read in the second language as part of the testing process.
The hourly salary for the job classifications are as follows:
Applications for this position will be accepted online and will be screened as they are received. This recruitment may close at any time, so interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Log on to www.rowlandschools.org, Departments>Personnel Commission>Classified Job Openings.
For those without computer access, computer terminals are available in the Personnel Commission Office at the District Office, 1830 S. Nogales Street, Rowland Heights, CA 91748
* APPLICANTS WILL BE SENT NOTIFICATIONS BY E-MAIL ONLY*
SUMMARY OF DUTIES
Under the direction of a designated administrator assists a certificated teacher in providing support to behaviorally challenged individuals or small groups of students; monitors, redirects, and modifies student progress regarding inappropriate behaviors and performance, makes presentations and develops activities to assist students in improving academic performance, self-esteem, social skills and positive behaviors; provides training and supervision to students involved in school programs such as Cross-Age or Peer Tutoring, SARB etc., and performs other related duties as required.
The Behavior Support Assistant class is distinguished from other instructional support classifications in that incumbents independently provide guidance services to assist students in improving their personal, social and other non-academic skills. They receive technical work direction from the psychologist, principal and members of the Student Study Team. Most of the students served by the guidance program have physical/learning disabilities, emotional/behavioral problems, or come from dysfunctional families with problems such as substance abuse, divorce, and child abuse. Behavior Support Assistants work with the parents as well as the students and school staff when attempting to improve the students' attendance and academic performance through improvement of the students' personal and social skills.
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Behavior Support Assistant - Range 17
Behavior Support Assistant - Bilingual (Spanish) - Range 17.5
|EDUCATION: Graduation from high school or its equivalency is required. Course work in child development, psychology, behavior management or child education is desirable.|
EXPERIENCE: Two years of experience working with "at-risk" or special needs students in an educational setting is required. One year of experience may be waived for candidates who have obtained a bachelor's degree in social work, liberal studies, child development or related field.
Applicants must provide a copy of the following documents at the time of application (you may upload the documents to your profile):
Proof of education:
Documents may also be walked in, emailed to email@example.com, or faxed with a cover sheet to 626-935-8456. Applications without the supporting documents will be considered incomplete and will be disqualified. Transcripts/Diplomas from foreign countries must be certified to meet the US equivalent to be considered.
LICENSE/LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS: A valid, Class C, California Driver License, a good driving record and use of a private automobile may be required and if so, must be maintained during employment.
Positions in the specialized language classes require individuals who can speak and read (bilingual) or speak, read and write (bilingual/biliterate) a second language as specified.
A valid First Aid Certificate, comparable to the American Red Cross Standard First Aid Certificate and a Child and Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certificate is required for all positions.
Successful completion of up to 12 hours of Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) training and Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III of Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) training is required during the probationary period and will be provided at the District's expense.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Employees in this classification work both inside and outside, may be exposed to airborne pathogens, blood or other bodily fluids and germs, drive a personal vehicle to conduct work, and have direct contact with students, District personnel, and the public, and in the absence of direct supervision.
HAZARDS: Exposure to aggressive behavior of students and emergency situations.
|OPEN / PROMOTIONAL WITH DUAL CERTIFICATION|
The examination may consist of the following:
LOCATIONS TO OBTAIN YOUR FIRST AID / CPR CARDS
This position requires a a valid First Aid Certificate, comparable to the American Red Cross Standard First Aid Certificate and a Child and Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certificate. Please be sure you select the correct option or sign up for both courses.
OPTION 1: A-B-CPR-Online Training
OPTION 2: NATIONAL CPR FOUNDATION
OPTION 3: AMERICAN RED CROSS
OPTION 4: AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
PROOF OF EDUCATION: