The Intensive Education Academy (IEA) was founded in 1971 and is a state-approved private special education facility. We foster our student’s strengths by helping them to achieve their goals in a nurturing and individualized learning environment. Teacher Assistants at IEA can support a class or an individual student. IEA offers extensive support to our TAs through our administrative team and professional faculty. Weekly professional development, regular student team meetings, and a strength-focused environment will help you achieve your professional goals.
TITLE: Teacher Assistant (Level 1 or Level 2)
IEA is currently looking to fill multiple full-time vacancies for Teacher Assistants for the 2021-22 school year. (Part-time opportunities are also available, although part-time positions are not benefits-eligible.) Each student at IEA has an individualized team including their teacher, related services, and support staff which is focused on helping the student grow academically, socially, and emotionally. Teacher Assistants help in instructing students based on the student’s needs and assist in the development and implementation of behavioral and instructional strategies as determined by the student’s Individualized Educational Plan (IEP). The Teacher Assistant assists in creating a classroom environment that encourages productive learning and fosters positive behaviors and independence. The Teacher Assistant must have the ability to sensitively relate to children, staff, and parents in an educational environment. This is an academic year position with possible opportunities to work in our Extended School Year program over the summer. This position reports directly to an assigned administrator. This is a non-exempt position.
Applicants must possess an Associates Degree or the equivalent of sixty (60) college credits or show proof of having passed the ETS ParaPro Assessment to be eligible for this position. Candidates with two or more years of experience as child support personnel in a school setting are preferred.
Strong behavior management skills and experience are preferred. Knowledge or experience working with children with diverse educational, social, and emotional needs is a plus. Candidates must have a positive attitude, good communication skills demonstrated good judgment, and the ability to establish effective rapport with students, families, and all colleagues. The ability to work with students and colleagues from diverse ethnic, economic, educational, and religious backgrounds is a requisite, as is a commitment to exceeding standards of professional & ethical practices and responsibilities.
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