Twin Rivers Unified School District

Twin Rivers Unified School District is the 29th largest school district in California by enrollment, according to the California Department of Education. We serve approximately 28,000 students who come from families that speak 46 languages.

We are proud to include among our nearly 2,900 employees, the 2011 California Teacher of the Year, and the 2010 California Classified School Employee of the Year.

Our district includes four comprehensive high schools, five middle schools and 28 elementary schools. Twin Rivers also offers families the option of two alternative high schools, two special education centers, an independent learning center, a community day school, an opportunity school, preschools, three dependent charter schools and Twin Rivers Adult School.

Nov 07, 2018
Summary Coordinates and performs a variety of technical, and administrative support to a high school career planning and college information center. Interacts with students providing them with resources, including library books, catalogs, community contacts and computer-aided resources. Schedules speakers, visits, events, and meets with student families for promoting college life, career planning and development, and academic assistance. Meets with at-risk students and families, providing support and resources. Supports students in meeting graduation requirements by reviewing transcripts and providing information and resources. Assist counselors with scheduling classes. Consult with students who are credit deficient and refer to proper resources for credit recovery. Facilitates and schedules meetings with outside agencies to support students with careers and transition from high school. Assist in facilitation of meetings with administration, teachers, students, and families. Distinguishing Career Features The Academic and Career Advisor supports and facilitates programs for career planning and college liaison. This position requires demonstrated knowledge of higher education application processes, scholarships, and occupations/careers. The position also requires the ability to outreach to civic organizations, trade schools, and representatives from colleges and universities, all with the objective of supporting students with career and college transitions. Essential Duties and Responsibilities  Organizes and maintains a career planning and college information center setup to provide information and resources to teachers, students, and parents.  Schedules speakers, college representatives and recruiters. Maintains a master calendar of scheduled events, speakers and career fairs.  Maintains and continually updates a career information center library with resources including information on careers, career clusters, employment trends, college bulletins and catalogs, and newsletters of interest.  Performs scholarship, grant and financial aid research. Including contacts with local scholarship committee, service organizations and national scholarships.  Prepares career flyers and newsletters to distribute to students, teachers and parents.  Prepares and delivers informational presentations to classrooms, student groups, and parent organizations.  Assists counseling staff with alternative educational opportunities. Meets with students and families who may be considered ‘at-risk’ due to academic interest. Provides support Academic and Career Advisor @Jacobson, Betts & Company Page 2 and offers guidance toward traditional and alternative education included those known as ‘extended learning’ opportunities.  Performs a variety of computer duties including word processing, inter net access and data entry.  May provide support to student groups and organizations such as leadership, special events, clubs, etc., assisting and guiding them on logistics.  Types/composes a variety of documents including applications, tests, schedules, bulletins, reports, contracts and lists. Prepares and types letters, memos and correspondence from written notes or oral instructions.  Ability to communicate with parents, students, teachers, counselors and administration on academic compliance issues.  May perform attendance or registration duties for a secondary or high school site. Scope of work is substantially similar to those defined in the specific job descriptions.  Initiates relationships between students and community merchants. Promotes teen hiring and mentoring programs.  Provides support and guidance for obtaining financial support and provides updated information related to scholarship database.  Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position, including coverage for other positions at a high school. Qualifications  Knowledge and Skills The position requires working knowledge of occupational resources, trends, and opportunities, college programs, entrance requirements, and application procedures. Requires a working knowledge of District registration policies and procedures, graduation and higher education course requirements. Requires knowledge of and skill at using personal computer-aided applications for office productivity, research, and preparation of communications materials. Requires considerable knowledge of career development resources, local and national scholarships and community employers. Requires welldeveloped knowledge of and skill at using English grammar. Requires well-developed human relations skills to make in-service presentations to student audiences and to facilitate discussions with students and parents.  Abilities Requires the ability to perform all of the duties of the position. Requires the ability to provide technical career-related information and assistance to students and the community. Requires the ability to research, identify, and obtain career information such as education and training requirements, industries and locales where employment occurs, wage rates, and professional associations. Requires the ability to develop promotional materials and write in a professional manner. Requires the ability to respond to a diverse set of cultures, ethnic groups socio-economic groups, and their interests.  Physical Abilities Academic and Career Advisor @Jacobson, Betts & Company Page 3 The position incumbent must be able to function indoors in an office environment engaged in work of primarily a sedentary nature. Requires ambulatory ability to sit for extended periods of time, to use microcomputers and peripheral equipment, accomplish other desktop work, and to move to various school campus locations. Requires the ability to use near vision to read printed materials. Requires auditory ability to carry on conversations in person and over the phone. Requires the ability to retrieve work materials from overhead, waist, and ground level files. Requires manual and finger dexterity to write, use a pointing device and keyboard at an advanced rate, operate microcomputer, and to operate other standardized office equipment, requiring repetitive motions.  Education and Experience The position typically requires an Associate’s Degree or equivalent, supplemented by training in guidance or counseling and 2 years general office clerical/secretarial and specific experience working with scholarship programs, community and college resources, preferably in a high school setting. Additional college education may substitute for some experience.  Licenses and Certificates Requires a valid driver’s license.  Working Conditions Work is performed indoors where minimal safety considerations exist.
Twin Rivers Unified School District Sacramento, CA, USA Full time
Nov 07, 2018
Summary Under the direction of the Director English Language Services, the Coordinator English Learners will provide leadership and focus for the coordination, articulation and implementation of English Language (EL) K-12 programs, including organizing the initial assessments and reclassification of EL students. The Coordinator English Learns is a management position that is accountable for coordination, articulation and implementations of the English Learner K-12 Program. Essential Duties and Responsibilities  Plan, organize, coordinate and implement all events and tasks for a District–wide EL program.  Communicate regularly with the Director English Language Services on the progress and implementation of the EL K-12 program using established metrics.  Work with data and the Assessment and Accountability Department to provide ongoing feedback regarding the efficacy of District EL programs.  Ensure ongoing consistent delivery of high-quality workshops and other professional development events on a regular basis that address the focus areas for District English learners.  Submit quarterly reports on students’ progress for K-12 sites using agreed upon measures.  Work with EL TOSAs to design, implement and supervise District-wide EL summer school interventions.  Keep current with local, state and federal guidelines for ELA/ELD, including common core implementation.  Communicate regularly with stakeholder groups.  Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications  Knowledge and Skills The position requires knowledge of planning, organization and coordination of site support programs or related experience. Principals, practices, procedures, rules, codes, regulations, techniques and strategies of District and assigned areas of instruction; effectively working with individuals and groups; effective project management skills; risk management; interpersonal skills utilizing tact, patience, and courtesy; proficient computer technology and software skills. Knowledge of effective use of multiple assessments and interventions with K-12 EL students.  Abilities Ability to apply knowledge of current research and theory to instructional program; ability to plan and implement programmatic changes based on data and in consultation with stakeholders and the Director. Ability to design efficient practices to ensure EL students move swiftly through to proficiency. Ability to work closely with EL site teams, ELD teachers, EL leads, EL department chairs, site principals and EL assessment data to analyze data and determine support needed for next steps. Demonstrate knowledge of the theory and Coordinator English Learners Page 2 practice behind improving literacy. Requires the ability to develop, implement and monitor school plans and programs focused on successful student outcomes. Requires the ability to develop goals and objectives; establish and meet schedules and timelines; work with discretion and confidentiality. Requires the ability to define projects and specifications; deal with a variety of projects simultaneously; prepare clear and concise management reports, apply policies and procedures related to the assigned duties and responsibilities. Perform related duties as assigned.  Physical Abilities The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of thisjob. The employee must be able to:  Lift, carry, push and/or pull items with a strength factor of medium work.  Hear and speak to exchange information in person or on the telephone.  See to read a variety of materials.  Possess dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard.  Sit, stand or walk for extended periods of time.  Bend at the waist, kneel or crouch to file materials.  Reach above shoulders to file materials.  Education and Experience  Hold a valid California teaching credential.  Three years of classroom teaching experience.  CLAD and proof of NCLB compliance.  Site based leadership experience desirable.  Bilingual candidate preferred.  Valid California Administrative Credential preferred.  Licenses and Certificates A current California driver’s license and proof of insurance are required. A California Administrative Credential or eligibility for one is preferred. A California Multiple or Single Subject Credential is required.  Working Conditions Work is performed in an office setting with minimal exposure to health and safety issues.
Twin Rivers Unified School District Sacramento, CA, USA Full time
Nov 07, 2018
Summary Performs regularly recurring and standardized duties associated with verifying, reviewing, and entering data to computer-aided financial accounting systems, processing disbursements, and updating files and audit trails. Distinguishing Career Features The Accounting Clerk represents the first level in a career path for clerical-to-professional accounting. The Accounting Clerk requires demonstration of the following skills and abilities: keyboarding (10-key) skills as evidenced by competency in accessing and entering alpha and numeric data, ability to learn how to accurately post data to proper account classifications, and the ability to rapidly perform arithmetic calculations. Incumbents will also need to be assigned to a work situation where the duties are predominately accounting in nature. Advancement to Accounting Clerk - Senior requires no less than two years as an Accounting Clerk or equivalent and compliance with the stated qualifications. Accounting Clerks - Senior will have a demonstrated competency in accounts payable and receivable (including administration of contracts), oversight of project costs, and setup of specialized student accounts. Essential Duties and Responsibilities  Receives, verifies, and processes bills, claims, expense vouchers, remittances, disbursements and other straightforward and recurring documents related to financial transactions.  Verifies documents for accuracy and completeness of specific entries and information, maintains a file of documents and posts transactions to the appropriate journals using established data entry formats.  Calculates totals, discounts, extensions, interest charges, fees, penalties, etc., using specifically defined arithmetic formulas.  Enters or posts financial information from source documents into established accounting programs having preset data entry screens. Codes transactions into proper account classification using instruction manuals for support.  Searches files and records for readily identifiable account information. Lists or tabulates information from documents where knowledge of the subject matter is not required.  Prepares documents such as invoices, account statements, checks and distributes to others for further action.  May serve as a cashier, accepting, disbursing, and balancing funds. Disburses accounts payable and payroll checks. Adjusts cash accounts to balance with receipts and disbursements. May prepare bank deposits and reconcile bank statements. Accounting Clerk @Jacobson, Betts & Company 2  May process accounting line item fund transfers and charge-backs within and among departments. Posts transfers to the proper account, category, and fund.  May sort and deliver incoming departmental mail and prepare outgoing mail including documents transferring to other campuses and external agencies.  Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position. Qualifications  Knowledge and Skills The position requires basic knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting practices, clerical and office procedures and methods, business mathematics and record keeping. Requires a working knowledge of personal computer operations and common office productivity software such as spreadsheets and word processing. Requires knowledge of computeraided data entry programs accompanying accounting systems. Requires skill at entering alphanumeric data onto a preformatted data entry screen. Requires sufficient math skill to calculate totals, percentages, ratios, and portions. Requires sufficient human relation skills work as part of a team and cooperatively with internal and external customers.  Abilities Requires the ability to learn and access the computer-aided accounting data entry programs used by the department. Requires demonstrated ability to enter data onto standardized formats using computerized data base programs by using keyboards, basic keyboarding or 10-key skills and calculators. Requires the ability to rapidly perform basic arithmetic operations. Requires the ability to learn accounting string formats and post numeric data into proper account classifications.  Physical Abilities The position incumbent must be able to function indoors in an office environment engaged in work of primarily a sedentary nature. Requires ambulatory ability to sit for extended periods of time and to move about various campus locations. Requires the ability to use near vision to read printed materials. Requires auditory ability to carry on conversations in person and over the phone. Requires the ability to retrieve work materials from overhead, waist, and ground level files. Requires sustained repetitive motions and manual and finger dexterity to write, operate a microcomputer, use a pointing device, keyboard, 10-key pad, and operate other office equipment.  Education and Experience The position requires completion of a high school curriculum with emphasis in bookkeeping and 2 years of experience in a production oriented record keeping, bank cashiering, or similar function.  Licenses and Certificates May require a valid driver’s license.  Working Conditions Work is performed indoors where minimal safety considerations exist.
Twin Rivers Unified School District Sacramento, CA, USA Full time
Nov 07, 2018
Summary: Bus Drivers are qualified to drive a regular school bus including those containing special features and equipment to assist students having mobility and other access problems over designated and special routes for the purpose of transporting students to and from school. Transports students on special trips and athletic events. Distinguishing Career Features: Bus Drivers must complete special coursework, behind-the-wheel observation/training and attain licenses required by the State. Advancement opportunities exist beyond Driver, as incumbents can take additional training, develop special competencies, and become authorized and certified in behind-the-wheel training, instructing, dispatching, or route analysis. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  Drives a regular or specially equipped school bus daily over designated and special routes in compliance with time schedules, picking up and discharging students, and, drives for special events.  Inspects bus prior to operation for safety purposes. Cleans windshields and headlights. Cleans the interior and exterior of buses as needed, including, but not limited to, picking up debris, sweeping and mopping floor, and wiping and cleaning upholstery.  Services bus with fuel and oil. Performs routine checks of belts, braking, turning signals, and lighting. Inspects hydraulic lifts. Reports problems or equipment malfunctions.  Maintains appropriate behavior among students on buses and while the bus is parked at bus stops. Follows District policies regarding the student control and contact with parents and the public.  Reports incidents affecting the safety of students. Maintains records of all trips. Files accident reports. Completes accurate records as required by State and federal laws and policies.  Performs first aid or emergency assistance.  Attends scheduled safety meetings and continuing education programs.  May transport students and chaperons on field trips to various locations making departure and arrival time as scheduled.  May repair upholstery using a commercial sewing/stitching machine. Replaces seats and frames. Removes graffiti and other material from bus interiors.  Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position. Qualifications: Knowledge and Skills Requires a complete working knowledge and understanding of safe bus driving practices sufficient to recognize problems and take appropriate action. Requires working knowledge of the operations of specially equipped buses. Requires working knowledge and understanding of State laws, rules and regulations and Education Code sections pertaining to school bus operations and pupil transportation, including those for students requiring accommodations. Requires knowledge of routine equipment servicing. Requires knowledge first aid practices. Requires sufficient knowledge of English language to prepare travel and safety logs and prepare work orders. Requires sufficient communication skills to exercise patience and maintain harmony within a work team and with students and parents. Abilities: The position requires the ability to perform all of the duties of the position with minimal supervision. Requires ability to drive a school bus safely and efficiently while keeping to well-established schedules. Requires the ability to read and write sufficiently to perform all of the duties of the position including understanding applicable laws, regulations and codes required. Requires the ability to use special devices and equipment for the transport of students with mobility problems. Requires the ability to maintain order among students, both while driving and at bus stops. Must be able to recognize malfunctions in equipment and take appropriate action. Requires the ability to maintain an assigned vehicle in clean and safe operating condition. Requires the ability to administer first aid to ill or injured students. Must learn designated bus routes, including stops and traffic hazards. Must be able to perform routine servicing. Requires the ability to maintain required records. Requires the ability to work productively with peers, students, parents, and members of the general public.  Physical Abilities: Requires the ability to function indoors and outdoors performing work of an active nature. Requires arm-hand and leg-foot dexterity to drive a bus. Requires visual acuity including depth perception. Requires the ability to sit for extended periods of time. Requires hearing sufficient to be aware of traffic and road distractions/conditions and listen to children. Requires the ability to lift 50 pounds and the ability to move or lift into place passenger ambulatory aids such as wheel chairs onto platforms.  Education and Experience: The position requires a High School diploma or the equivalent and successful completion of 20 hours of classroom instruction related to skills, regulations, and safety requirements for driving a school bus and successful completion of 20 hours of instruction behind the wheel of a school bus. Licenses and Certificates: Requires valid Commercial Class A or B Driver’s License; medical examination card; valid California Special Driver Certificate with PS Endorsement, and valid CPR and ARC First Aid Certificates.  Working Conditions: Work is performed outdoors where some safety considerations exist from physical activity and traffic conditions.
Twin Rivers Unified School District Sacramento, CA, USA Full time
Nov 07, 2018
Summary Assists teachers, therapists, and counselors with administration of one-on-one intensive behavioral intervention therapy and tutoring to students in a school, home, or other setting. Performs a variety of activities in support of special instructional programs including special education, interagency, and district-wide subject matter. Distinguishing Career Features The Academic and Behavior Intervention Assistant is a specialized position within a career path for instructional support to teachers. The para assists educators and therapists with therapy and tutoring of students having exceptional behavior intervention needs. The Academic and Behavior Intervention Assistant has been specially trained and demonstrates competency in Advanced Behavior Assistance and Discrete Trial Training. Advancement potential exists to Academic Intervention Specialist, requiring compliance with that description’s qualifications and specialization in Behavioral Intervention Program and the demonstrated ability to train others and coordinate behavior intervention therapy programs. Essential Duties and Responsibilities  Works on an in-depth basis with individual students with exceptional needs to implement intensive behavioral therapy and tutoring to selected students one-on-one or in small groups for core academic subjects.  Provides support to therapists and specialists by implementing visual, behavioral, social, and or communications strategies that enhance student performance and behavior. Administers special drills for assessment/diagnosis and to reinforce learning.  Tutors individual students in core academic and vocational subjects. Prepares and may develop age-grade appropriate instructional aids and exercises to support the therapy and subject matter being taught.  May assist in consultations with parents and staff on behavior interventions for students on site and in home programs. Attends Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) meetings as necessary to observe the connection between therapy and educational goals.  Provides input to therapists, specialists, and teachers on student performance, progress, and behavior.  Administers assessment instruments, scores objective tests, and keeps appropriate records for teachers, including those on computerized student information and grading systems. Assures privacy of student information.  Develops and uses incentives as positive reinforcement. Exercises constant supervision of children. Assesses the need for, and uses appropriate behavior modification in accordance with grade level and student’s ability to understand. Academic and Behavior Intervention Assistant @Jacobson, Betts & Company Page 2  May monitor classroom activities when a special education teacher is absent from the classroom. Observes, monitors, and redirects the behavior of students within approved procedures. Reinforces behavior modification techniques determined by the teacher and/or specialists.  Documents student academic and behavior responses to teachers’ interventions using the Individualized Education Plan as a guide. Records information in formats that support further evaluations. Reports occurrences to teachers.  Assists special program administrative staff with the preparation and presentation of inservice training sessions. Assists in organizing, and participates in meetings to share information about behavior intervention programs.  Prepares and maintains a variety of files and records for classroom or assigned program.  Accompanies students going from one location to another. May assist with loading and unloading of assigned students onto buses or other transportation. Assures safety of students following health and safety rules.  May be assigned to a counseling office and assist with discipline, parent contact, and records.  When working with severely handicapped students, may be required assist with certain medical and hygiene functions.  Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position. Qualifications  Knowledge and Skills The position requires basic knowledge of the principles and practices of age appropriate child development and guidance applicable for an educational setting. Requires basic knowledge of autism and other developmental disabilities. Requires basic knowledge of the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and specific instruction methodologies such as, but not limited to, Discrete Trial Training. Requires working knowledge of the subjects taught in the schools, including arithmetic, grammar, spelling, language and reading, with sufficient competency to assist students with individual or group studies. Requires a basic knowledge of teaching and instruction methods. Requires knowledge of document requirements for special education students and programs. Requires knowledge of and skill at using personal computers, audiovisual, and other equipment to support learning, record information, and send communications. Requires well-developed human relation skills to work productively and cooperatively with teachers, students, and parents in formal and informal settings, to exercise extreme levels of patience when conveying information to students having difficulty with verbal and written communications, and demonstrate sensitivity to the special needs of students. May require competency in a second language.  Abilities Requires the ability to assist teaching staff with implementation of instructional goals and activities. Requires the ability to assess the needs of individual students and develop instructional support techniques and materials to meet those needs. Requires the ability to work with students who have severe developmental delays and behavior problems. Academic and Behavior Intervention Assistant @Jacobson, Betts & Company Page 3 Requires the ability to apply principles of positive reinforcement, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Discrete Trial Training. Requires the ability to manage students who act out verbally and physically. Requires the ability to interact with teachers, parents, and specialists in order to carry out assigned duties. Requires the ability to oversee students, administer assignments and tests, and perform general clerical tasks. Requires the ability to work with and demonstrate sensitivity to a diverse population of students and parents. Requires the ability to relate positively to students in a teaching/learning environment in a way that builds confidence, recognizes and works on learning disabilities and barriers. May require competency in a second language or basic competency in sign language.  Physical Abilities Requires the ability to perform indoors in an office, classroom, or home environment engaged in work of primarily a sedentary to a moderately active nature. Requires near visual acuity to read and write printed materials and computer screens. Requires hearing and speech ability for ordinary and telephonic conversation, to converse with individuals and small groups. Requires the ability to move about office, classroom/home environs, and school grounds, to tutor, assist with presentations, and reach work materials. Requires sufficient manual and finger dexterity to demonstrate teaching aids, to point out important words/figures to students, and to operate personal computers. Requires the ability to lift, carry, push, and move supplies, fixtures, wheelchairs, etc., of light-tomedium weight (under 50 pounds) on a regular basis, and heavy weight (under 75 pounds) without labor saving equipment on an intermittent basis. May require the ability to work at multiple school sites.  Education and Experience The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, 48 college credit units that are degree eligible, plus one year of experience working with in a classroom environment containing students with special needs. Alternatively, may accept a high school diploma, passing of a competency exam, and three years of classroom experience. Incumbents having additional college coursework may use it to substitute for some experience.  Licenses and Certificates May require a valid driver’s license. Completion of ABA/DTT training. May require a valid first aid card.  Working Conditions Work is performed indoors and outdoors with some, yet infrequent exposure to health and safety considerations.
Twin Rivers Unified School District Sacramento, CA, USA Full time
Nov 07, 2018
Summary: Assists one or more teachers with one-on-one or small group tutoring and/or in the direct care, supervision, and support of the children in a classroom setting. Maintains and prepares classroom materials, attendance records, health forms, and student files. Provides instructional assistance that reinforces learning to individuals or small groups of students. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Incumbents in this position are qualified to perform all of the essential duties and responsibilities; however, may concentrate on a few depending on the needs of the teacher and school site administrators.  Assists an instructor to implement lesson plans by providing positive learning experiences for children.  Provides subject matter tutoring in areas such as but not limited to Limited English Proficiency, Basic Skills, and classroom subject matter.  Assists the instructor in maintaining classroom order by observing the activities of the children and maintaining order in or out of the classroom setting.  Monitors classroom activities when a teacher is absent from the classroom for a limited time. Accompanies students going from one location to another. Observes and monitors behavior of students within approved procedures.  Responds to each child’s particular needs and characteristics.  Assists a teacher with attendance recording.  Reports to the instructor any signs of illness or distress observed in the children. Aids in dealing with the situation, as appropriate.  Sets up and arranges supplies and equipment in the classroom as directed.  Performs clerical duties such as, but not limited to, preparation of correspondence, teaching aids, labels, charts, bulletin boards, and displays.  Assists a teacher with grading and recording assignments.  May attend conferences and/or Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) meetings as necessary to observe the connection between therapy and education goals.  Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position. Knowledge and Skills The position requires basic knowledge of the principles and practices of age appropriate child development and guidance applicable for an educational setting. Requires working knowledge of the basic subjects taught in the District schools, including arithmetic, grammar, spelling, language and reading, with sufficient competency to assist students with individual or group studies. Requires a basic knowledge of teaching and instruction methods. Requires knowledge of basic clerical and record keeping processes. Requires knowledge of and skill at using personal computers, audiovisual, and other equipment to support learning, record information, and send communications. Requires sufficient human relation skills to work productively and cooperatively with teachers, students, and parents in formal and informal settings, to exercise patience when conveying information, and demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of students. May require knowledge of and competency in a second language. Abilities Requires the ability to assist teaching staff with implementation of instructional goals and activities. Requires the ability to assess the needs of individual students and develop programs to meet those needs. Requires the ability to interact with teachers, parents, and specialists in order to carry out assigned duties. Requires the ability to oversee students, administer assignments and tests, and perform general clerical tasks. Requires the ability to make informal presentations to individual and small groups of students and assist with demonstrations of assigned subject matter to classroom sized groups. Requires the ability to maintain confidentiality and impartiality when dealing with private and sensitive information. Requires the ability to relate positively to students in a teaching/learning environment in a way that builds confidence and recognizes socioeconomic and cultural differences among children. Requires the ability to balance emotional support and discipline and deal with common behavior problems. Physical Abilities Requires the ability to perform indoors in an office and/or classroom/laboratory environment engaged in work of primarily a sedentary to a moderately active nature. Requires near visual acuity to read and write printed materials and computer screens. Requires hearing and speech ability for ordinary and telephonic conversation, to speak to groups, and to hear sound prompts from equipment. Requires ambulatory ability to move about office, classroom/laboratory, and school grounds, to tutor, assist with presentations, and reach work materials. Requires sufficient manual and finger dexterity to demonstrate teaching aids, to point out important words/figures to students, and to operate personal computers. Requires the ability to lift, carry, push, and move supplies, furniture, etc., of light-to-medium weight (under 50 pounds) on an intermittent basis. Education and Experience The position requires the equivalent of a high school diploma plus experience working with students in a classroom or equivalent environment and successful completion of a competency exam.  Licenses and Certificates May require a valid driver’s license. Approved competency examination. May require a valid First Aid/CPR card. Working Conditions Work is performed indoors and outdoors with some, yet infrequent exposure to health and safety considerations such as exposure to communicable diseases and physical effort.
Twin Rivers Unified School District Sacramento, CA, USA Full time