JOB TITLE: Sped Aide MR/Success



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To work under the supervision of the special education teacher and assist in the special education student's daily training program; the aide may possibly help with the feeding, lifting, and individualized care of special education students; the aide may assist with daily instructional and non-instructional activities, including student management







Special Knowledge / Skills:



 Previous work experience with children



  1. Assist teacher in routine classroom management duties
  2. Assist in preparing instructional materials
  3. Assist in maintaining classroom environment and supplies
  4. Assist students in homework preparation, test taking
  5. Modify teacher's assignments, tests, and other instructional entities
  6. Maintain records, files and other pertinent documents on each student
  7. Communicate students' needs to faculty and staff
  8. Assist in maintaining a safe environment for students, faculty, staff
  9. Assist in implementing student's behavior management plan
  10. Assist in the loading and unloading of the school buses
  11. Participate in the activities involved with physical education classes
  12. Assist with individual student's personal hygiene needs
  13. Feed or assist students in feeding themselves
  14. Lift, move, and position students in a variety of settings
  15. Be aware of student's various medical concerns
  16. Escort students to different locations in the building
  17. Monitor students during various activities during the school day
  18. Be able to work with any student as determined by the student’s I.E.P.
  19. File various documents in students’ folders
  20. Assist in orienting students to class schedule each semester
  21. Obtain any necessary textbooks for different programs
  22. Perform other duties as determined by the special education teacher or the principal




Mental Demands:


Ability to communicate effectively verbally and written with students, faculty, staff, and community; ability to read and interpret written instructions; maintain emotional control under stress


Physical Demands / Environmental Factors:


Ability to hear and place the location of sounds; ability to see and close up, at a distance and peripherally; ability to lift and carry 50 lbs; ability to push and or pull 100 lbs; ability to maneuver wheelchairs, walkers, or other wheeled apparatus; ability to physically restrain disruptive students; ability to reach above head or straight out from body; ability to stand continuously for at least 30 minutes; ability to use hands in performing certain tasks, such as diaper changing, feeding, and helping with life skills