20 OAK STREET BRENTWOOD, CA 94513
PLEASE POST (925) 634-2166
CLASSIFIED JOB OPENING
Special Education Paraprofessional
Heritage High School
Work Year: School Year Position
Hours/Work Week: 8:30 a.m. – 3.00 p.m. daily
Salary Range 38: $14.63 – $18.84/hr
Application Deadline: March 2, 2017
Under supervision, to perform paraprofessional instructional activities as directed by a
certificated employee with the Master Plan for Special Education; to provide intensified learning
experiences for students to assigned areas’ to provide a variety of clerical and supportive tasks
for teachers and students; an to do related work as required
Experience in dealing with school age students preferred, plus any specific experience required
by special project funding.
- High School graduate
- Highly Qualified (Must have at least AA/AS or pass District Proficiency Test)
- Possession of valid California Driver’s License
In accordance with the CSEA Contract a Classified Employee can submit a Voluntary Transfer
Request by the application deadline. Voluntary Transfers will be accepted from employees in
the same classification as current posting.
Liberty Union High School District
20 Oak Street
Brentwood, CA 94513
(925) 634-2166 ext. 2200
February 23, 2017 Edjoin.org
The Liberty Union High School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals sin education. District programs and activities shall
be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status,
physical or mental disability, sex sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information, current military or military
veteran status; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or
LIBERTY UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
Under supervision, support students with instructional activities as required in Individual Education
Plan (IEP); to provide intensified learning experiences for students in assigned areas; to provide a variety of
clerical and supportive tasks for certificated personnel and students; and to do related work as required.
Positions assigned to this classification are distinguished by the majority of time being devoted to
the support of students with disabilities in all settings; learning center activities, and student interaction;
clerical activities which relieve teachers from necessary routine and non-instructional duties comprise a
portion of the assignment. Assists in maintaining records of the special education student such as IEP’s.
Individual should be self-motivated, patient, understanding, with a strong desire to help students succeed.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Assist instructional provider with a variety of work related to meeting the needs of special education
students including, but not limited to, testing, recordkeeping, contacting parents and teachers, and working
with general education teachers; maintain positive classroom environment while the instructional provider
remains on campus but is temporarily called away, provide tutoring services with students on core
curriculum; supervise and assist in the Resource Center and other learning environments with classroom
assignments and computers; assist with setting up and maintaining files for all special education students
within special classrooms; assists with modifying materials and implementing instructional/behavioral
management strategies for special education students in main stream settings; monitor and assist students
in activities such as reviewing lessons and instructions that have been given by the teacher; oversee and
supervise students during classroom activities and field trips; monitor resource centers and other learning
environments and assist students referred for specific purposes; assist with classroom management; collect,
assemble, and distribute resource materials; may assist bilingual/bicultural students in school activities.
Student behavior and characteristics;
Monitoring and motivating students;
Correct English usage, punctuation, spelling and grammar;
High school general education curriculum;
Simple recordkeeping and clerical skills;
Basic computer skills;
Understand Individualized Educational Program (IEP) implementation, requirements and
Understand students’ disabilities/capabilities.
Assume responsibility for supervising students in the absence of teacher as specified by
California Ed Code;
Speak clearly and distinctively;
Maintain confidentiality on and off campus especially around students;
Learn and utilize standard teaching aids and basic technology;
Listen, lead and follow;
Perform simple clerical work and make simple arithmetical calculations;
Understand and carry out oral and written instruction;
Maintain cooperative and effective work relations with students and adults;
Perform basic computer input;
Work and learn independently.
Experience in working with school age students is preferred.
Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade, preferably supplemented by course
work in child care, psychology/guidance, instructional technology, and any specific
subject area for which paraprofessional application is made;Title I compliant as required
by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and/or the Liberty Union High School District.
Possession of valid California driver’s license.
Approved by: CLASSIFIEDSALARY SCHEDULE
LUHSD Governing Board of Trustees RANGE: 38