Jun 22, 2022

Special Education Aide (2022-2023 School Year) - Fortune School of Education

  • Fortune School of Education
  • Sacramento, CA, USA
  • $15.00 hourly
Full time Education

Job Description

Job Summary: Experience working with students in small groups, 1:1 and large groups. Must work well with students, staff and principal, experience giving instruction in the core reading areas (decoding, phonics, comprehension, fluency and vocabulary) and is comfortable with elementary level reading and ELA. Must have experience working with students with learning disabilities.

Note : Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required.

Multiple School Site Vacancies :

  • Alan Rowe College Prep (K-5) - Elk Grove
  • Fortune Middle School (6-8) - Elk Grove
  • Tecoy Porter College Prep (K-4) - Sacramento
  • Hazel Mahone College Prep (K-8) - Sacramento
  • Ephraim Williams College Prep (6-8) - Sacramento

Additional Benefits:

50% PAID Benefits for EMP+FAM.

Paid Time Off : 6 paid sick days, 4 hours of earned vacation for each full month of employment and 2 paid floater days.
403(B) Retirement Plan (Fortune matches up to 4% of contributions after one year of employment).

Upon receiving an offer of employment, the following documents must be submitted:
DOJ and FBI fingerprint clearance (paid for by applicant)
TB screening results
Employment eligibility verification (I-9)

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The essential duties of the position include, but are not limited to:
• Maintain student supervision at all times including transitions, P.E. and lunch periods. Inform the classroom teacher whenever you leave the room of where you are going and for how long.
• Implement lesson plans as designed by teacher; support in the delivery of instruction for assigned students.
• Systematically record and graph data specific to assigned students regarding overall instructional progress, achievement of IEP goals, behavioral incidents, baseline behavior and other information as required with the guidance of the Education Specialist.
• Communicate measurable learning objectives and guide assigned students toward mastery of goals.
• Utilize instructional techniques and appropriate instructional material as prescribed by classroom teacher.
• Communicate to student about IEP goals regularly; correct student errors in a positive and timely manner.
• Communicate any concerns to the classroom teacher and Education Specialist regarding student performance and behavior.
• Assist in tracking the completion of homework and course work.
• Follow all policies for classroom procedures.
• Complete logs on a daily basis (if required). Submit accurate and complete logs on time to parent and Education Specialist if required.
• Implement interventions as prescribed in the treatment plan.
• Complete incident and/or accident reports within specified time requirements, as needed.
• Keep student information confidential at all times.
• Follow established Fortune School Norms.

• Work with students in small groups, 1:1 and large groups.
• Work with students with learning disabilities.

• Office environment: constant interruptions.
• Outdoor environment: driving a personal vehicle to conduct work; visit school sites; travel to other organizations and companies; meetings and workshops

BA Degree is preferred.

Fortune School of Education provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This position description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities. The order in which duties and responsibilities are listed is not significant.