The Substitute Teacher assumes the role of a teaching assistant when a staff member is not present at school. This includes, but is not limited to, supervision of students, teaching from a scripted program and supporting the overall safety of students on the Autism spectrum.
- Provides adequate supervision to assure the care, welfare, safety and security of all students.
- Maintains and respects the confidentiality of student and school personnel information.
- Maintains discipline and classroom control that fosters a safe and positive learning environment for all students and staff, in accordance with school and county policies.
- Reports all injuries and incidences to the administrative support team as soon as reasonably possible.
- Completes all appropriate paperwork requested from the lead or acting teacher (ie. Behavior sheets, injury report, etc).
- Provides instruction to a small group of students by following a scripted program.
- Complies with and supports school and state regulations and policies
- Completes any related duties assigned by administration in accordance with school and state policies and practices.
- Education –Bachelor’s in Education or related field; taking course work towards a Master’s in Education or related field.
- Experience –Prior experience working in Special Education classroom or with students identified as requiring Special Education services.
- License - Arizona Teacher Certification, endorsed for Special Education, Mild/Moderate Disabilities, K-12 and Moderate/Severe Disabilities preferred. Structured English Immersion (SEI) required.
- Regulatory –
- Minimum 21 years of age.
- Arizona Driver’s License, 39-month Motor Vehicle Report and proof of vehicle registration and liability insurance that meets insurance requirements.
- Must possess Level 1 fingerprint clearance.
- CPR and First Aid certification (Employer provides).
- Initial current negative TB test result (Employer provides).