Want to join a supportive team that helps children with special needs succeed? Spectrum Center Schools and Programs provides an education for students with emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities. We are seeking a Teacher's Aide interested in a meaningful job that MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN STUDENTS LIVES!
Teacher's Aides are critical to teachers' abilities to instruct, and provide a safe supportive learning environment to students. The ideal candidate has a positive attitude, willingness to learn, and passion to work with children!
Spectrum employees have a special passion for making an impact in the lives of children with special needs, and helping them reach their full potential. Our Teacher's Aides provide supervision and instruction to students. They work with students on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) utilizing group and individual instruction in classrooms and community settings. Duties include, but are not limited to training students on the following skills: community, vocational, leisure, domestic, academic, and social. Our comprehensive onsite training provides our Teacher's Aides with an in-depth understanding of behavior plan implementation, positive reinforcement and Applied Behavior Analysis. The training prepares our Teacher's Aides to address and track student behaviors and help students achieve their goals.
Spectrum Center Schools and Programs
Our culture values collaboration, positive interactions with students, staff, and administrators to support the educational goals of students. We love to celebrate our students, staff, and successes!
A few favorite aspects of this position include: a supportive working environment, seven weeks paid time off during school closures, medical/vision/dental/401K/flex spending, and unparalleled opportunity to effect change in children's lives. Teacher's Aides also have convenient schedules for those interested in work/life balance, and terrific advancement and career path opportunities. Our Teacher's Aides work alongside a team of supportive colleagues committed to a social mission to offer hope!
High School Diploma or GED
This is a full time position
A typical schedule is Monday through Friday 8:00am to 3:00pm*
*this can vary-please ask during your interview for campus specifics