To work closely with one or a few disabled pupils on a regular
basis in an effort to provide them with the physical, academic,
and emotional support they need to gain benefit from the district’s
Salary will be based on minimum for pay grade plus years of related experience.
High School Diploma & meet the District’s formal academic assessment required by Every Student Succeeds Act
Associates (or higher) degree OR 48 college credit hours
Valid Texas Educational Aide Certificate
Meet the rigorous standard of quality required by the district
Must have ability to work with students with disabilities who
have difficulty with academics, behavior, social skills, and various
Must be able to work in a variety of jobs, time schedules and with
a variety of people.
Must have the ability to work harmoniously with student, parents,
and school personnel.
Must have the abilities to willingly follow written and/or oral
directions and to exercise good judgment.
Must be able to change assignment or duties during the year
to meet the needs of students as students enter or exit programs.
Must be able to travel to various locations throughout the district
Must be able to lift 50-75 pounds.
Must possess acute and/or corrected visual and hearing capabilities
Must possess the manual dexterity and physical capabilities to
perform all job requirements.
Must have effective verbal and written communication skills as
well as a high degree of literacy and mental capabilities.
Position may require incumbent:
To withstand a wide range of temperatures.
To stand and/or walk for long periods of time.
To maintain flexibility.
To restrain students.
Regular attendance is an essential function
The experience of having worked with students and parents
is preferred. This experience may be work in church-related
school, day camps, youth groups, and private schools, licensed
day-care centers or similar experiences.