San Carlos School District

Enterprise Preschool Aide- 1.0 FTE (3 positions available)

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Education
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San Francisco/Peninsula
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Part-Time
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Until filled
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$19.53-$22.98 Hourly
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None


Please review the special instructions before applying for this job opportunity.


Location

1200 Industrial Road, Unit 9 San Carlos, 94070

Description

SAN CARLOS SCHOOL DISTRICT

1200 Industrial Road, Unit 9

San Carlos CA  94070

 

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Classified Applications for the following positions are now being accepted for three full time positions in the San Carlos School District for the 2019-20 school year.

AVAILABLE:  Enterprise Preschool Aide- 1.0 FTE (3 positions available)

                      Must have 12 ECE Units

                      (This is not a CSEA union position)

 

 

HOURS:      M-F: 9:05am-5:35pm (w/30 min lunch) = 8hrs/day= 40hrs/week

 

START DATE: August 2019

 

WORK YEAR: 209 days per school year

 

JOB LOCATION: SITES TBD

 

 

 

SALARY:  $19.53-$22.98 per hour, based on experience.

                  Health & Welfare Benefits

                   Paid holidays, sick and vacation days. 

 

 

PLEASE REFER TO ATTACHED JOB DESCRIPTION FOR DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND REQUIREMENTS.

 

DEADLINE: Until filled (External Applications). 

 

This is an announcement of a position and does not constitute a commitment for an interview.

The San Carlos School District is an equal opportunity employer.

Ideal Candidate

 SAN CARLOS SCHOOL DISTRICT

 

PRESCHOOL AIDE

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the supervision and guidance of the Preschool Teacher or Preschool Director, performs the necessary duties to assist implementation of a comprehensive child development program for preschool aged children. Performs other duties directly related to this job description

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

 

·         Assists staff with both long and short range activities

·         Maintains daily open communication with teachers

·         Maintains a safe, healthy, fun environment for children

·         Supervises and helps to consciously develop children by monitoring, positively directing and redirecting, protecting, encouraging and nurturing children

·         Communicates daily through reports and communication logs

·         Attends staff meetings, continuing education and required trainings including engaging in personal and professional development. 

·         When dealing with conflict, maintains a positive approach and believes that conflict provides an opportunity to learn

·         Reports suspected child abuse in accordance with state, county, and district reporting procedures.

·         Maintains confidentiality of staff, parent, child, client, community, and agency information included in files, conversations, meetings, correspondence, or any other source. 

·         Keeps informed of current theories and practices in the field. 

·         Works as a team member to support the functions and operations of the District 

·         Interacts with children and families in a culturally sensitive manner. 

·         Makes recommendations for replacement, purchase, or repair of equipment. 

·         Presents a professional model for staff, parents/families, children and the community. 

·         Attends pre- and in-service training and other training as required. 

·         Ensures the physical facilities are clean, sanitary, and in proper working order. 

·         Ensures outdoor equipment and playground areas are inspected daily. 

·         Ensures classroom areas are inspected on a daily basis. 

·         Participates in a highly functioning, cohesive team to assure the implementation of a quality program for children and families. 

·         Assists in child monitoring on the playground. 

·         Ensures that necessary materials and supplies are available and maintained. 

·         Develops good communication with parents/families and reinforces the concept that parents/families are the primary educator of their children. 

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

·         Ability to respect the confidentiality of program-related incidents and information. 

·         Ability to operate necessary program equipment. 

·         Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directions. 

·         Ability to maintain positive attitude toward and control of the children. 

·         Ability to sustain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work. 

·         Ability to see, read, and distinguish colors with or without vision aids; ability to hear and understand speech at normal levels; ability to communicate so others will clearly understand normal conversation. 

·         Ability to understand and respect confidentiality of all information pertaining to students. 

·         Ability to keep records and prepare verbal and written reports. 

·         Ability to work effectively with children and parents. 

·         Ability to work effectively with people from all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. 

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

·         High school diploma or equivalent and 12 units in Early Childhood/Child Development.

·         Experience working with preschool children a plus. 

WORKING CONDITIONS ENVIRONMENT:

·         Moderate to high stress level.

·         Primarily indoor classroom, playground and school setting. 

·         Temperature - normal climate.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

·         Ability to sit at a desk, conference table or in meetings rooms of various configurations for extended amounts of time.

·         Manual dexterity to dial a telephone, and enter data into a computer.

·         Physical agility to lift and carry up to 30 pounds and to bend, stoop, walk and reach overhead.

·         Physical agility to push/pull, squat, twist and turn.

·         Mental acuity to perform the essential functions of this position in an accurate, neat, timely fashion; to make good judgments and decisions; and to evaluate the results of decisions and judgments.

·         Dexterity and physical condition to maintain a rigorous work schedule and meet standards of physical and mental health.

Benefits

 Health & Welfare Benefits based on FTE

Special Instructions

Must have 12 ECE units. A complete application includes: Edjoin application, Resume and Letter of Recommendation.

This is an announcement of a position and does not constitute a commitment for an interview.

The San Carlos School District is an equal opportunity employer.

Recruitment Contact

Contact phone: 
(650)590-5903
Contact email: