Paraprofessional/Special Education Aide at Maryland Elementary

Paraprofessional/Special Education Aide (full-time) for the 2024/2025 school yearApply Online
Date Posted: 3/13/2024
Location: Maryland Elementary
Date of Availability: 08/12/2024

Description:
Special Education Paraprofessionals work directly with students with disabilities.  Preference given to candidates with Paraprofessional license and experience working with students with disabilities.

Job Summary:
Work under the direction of an Intervention Specialist to assist students with disabilities.   Responsibilities will include support with academic, behavioral, and adaptive daily living skills.

Qualifications:
Must have or be eligible to obtain an Educational Aide license through the Ohio Department of Education.

Current Rate of Pay for full-time Special Education Paraprofessionals (and is subject to an increase for the 24/25 school year):
Degree and experience in related fields will be considered in determining beginning rate of pay.  
No degree $17.47 per/hour to $18.29 per/hour (based upon years of experience)
Bachelor's Degree or higher $19.71 per/hour to $21.37 per/hours (based upon years of experience)


Incentives for full-time Special Education Paraprofessionals include (prorated based on number of days working):
Degree in Education or successful completion of Paraprofessional Assessment
Active State of Ohio Teaching License
RBT Certification
Longevity working in Bexley Schools
Work days are Monday through Friday: School Year (approximately 182 days); Paid holidays (approximately 8 days)
Work hours are normally 7 hours per day from 8am to 3:30pm
Medical benefits

Questions reach out to Cathy Rodeheffer, Special Education Coordinator at [email protected]

Bexley City Schools is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer and is committed to equity and inclusive practices. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations shall be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities or specialized needs to perform essential job functions.   
 
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