• EVERY STUDENT, EVERY CHANCE, EVERY DAY •Dr. David E. Cash, Superintendent • 720 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 • (805) 963-4338
Classified salary schedule, range 24.
Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, monitor students assigned to an intervention center program for behavioral reasons; provide instruction and assistance regarding assignments and monitor students during assigned hours; maintain related records and reports.
Monitor students assigned to an intervention center, study hall or classroom for behavioral reasons; monitor and maintain student behavior in the classroom; provide information related to center rules and policies. Prepare and maintain various records and reports regarding the intervention center program including referrals, attendance, suspensions, discipline, performance and others; submit to appropriate personnel and administrators for review. Obtain information from teachers on class assignments and distribute assignments to appropriate students; provide instruction and assistance as appropriate; monitor completion of work and basic academic performance; prepare reports on student progress and submit to supervisor. Provide feedback and completed class work to teacher regarding student work and comprehension of subject material; provide feedback regarding student behavior and performance to the administrator; refer behavior problems to the appropriate administrator. Confer as needed with counselors concerning student problems. Organize and maintain files of instructional materials for student use as needed; maintain study and reference materials for students; assist in school office and perform a variety of clerical duties. Schedule students for detention and Saturday school or Saturday work program activities as assigned. Attend meetings and in-service training as required. Perform other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience: Any combination equivalent to graduation from high school and one year working with students in an organized environment. Requires AA or BA degree, or passing general examination developed by the State of California.
Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of basic subjects taught in District schools including arithmetic, grammar, spelling, language and reading; basic instructional techniques; school and classroom rules, procedures and practices; policies and objectives of assigned program and activities;appropriate rules, methods and techniques in maintaining a disciplined environment; methods of organizing and maintaining files of instructional materials; interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. Correct oral and written usage of English and a designated second language. Ability to monitor students assigned to an intervention center program for behavioral reasons; monitor students assigned for time-out and detention purposes; provide patient, sensitive instructional assistance regarding assignments as appropriate; learn and apply center program policies and procedures; monitor students with behavioral problems; maintain a study hall environment in which students work on individualized classroom assignments; organize and maintain files of instructional materials; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others; read, interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures; maintain records, prepare reports and organize files; work independently with little direction; operate standard office equipment including a computer terminal.
Physical Abilities: Sitting or standing for extended periods of time; walking around the classroom; seeing to monitor student behavior; hearing and speaking to exchange information; bending at the waist to assist students.