ELD Assistant (Deer Creek Elementary School) job vacancy in TIGARD-TUALATIN SD 23J (Tigard, OR 97224)

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Company name : TIGARD-TUALATIN SD 23J
Location : Tigard, OR 97224
Position : ELD Assistant (Deer Creek Elementary School)

Description :
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***********MUST BE HIGHLY QUALIFIED****************************

72 Quarter hours of credit; or
obtained an associate’s (or higher) degree; or
met a rigorous standard of quality and be able to demonstrate, through a local academic assessment, knowledge of and the ability to assist in instructing, reading, writing, and mathematics (or, as appropriate reading readiness, writing readiness, and mathematics readiness.) Currently the District is accepting test results from the Praxis Parapro test.

JOB TITLE: ELD Assistant

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Director of Special Services and/or designee

FTE: .375 (3 hours per day)

POSITION START DATE: September 6, 2022

Under the direct supervision of teachers, performs a variety of duties in assisting a licensed teacher in the implementation of instructional programs for students with language needs. May function in an instructional setting separate from the teacher, exercising a considerable degree of skill with supervision within the framework of a teacher-planned and evaluated program. Prepares instructional materials, maintains classroom discipline, and conducts planned activities using teacher designated methods. Provides when needed translation District services. Performs other related duties as assigned.

The essential requirements and responsibilities of this position are listed below. Employees in this position must possess the ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.

Works twenty to forty hours
Maintains a high level of mental functioning and emotional control
Has hearing and visual ability correctable to normal range
Has motor skill sufficient to walk, kneel, and stand for extended periods
Implements planned activities using teacher designated methods and materials for individuals and small groups for the purpose of instructional support
Proficient English usage, grammar and punctuation skills
Assists in maintaining classroom discipline
Prepares instructional materials, using a typewriter, word processor, duplicating equipment, resource materials, AV equipment, and the like
Assists in ordering, preparing, administering and correcting instructional materials
Provides back-up support to other positions in the school in case of absence or work overload
Performs related duties as assigned
Attend District-provided in-service and educational activities
Escort and monitor students in environment (including classroom, playground, cafeteria, buses, field trips, etc.)
Employ good judgment in a variety of situations
Work effectively with students with diverse needs
Demonstrate the ability to acquire new skills and obtain new information necessary to work effectively with ELL students
Demonstrate skills necessary to be an effective member of a team
Communicate effectively with parents, including English/foreign language translation
Assist in administering English-language assessment tests
Assist in implementing educational programs designed by the ELL and/or classroom teacher
Assist in implementing behavioral and disciplinary programs designed by the ELL/classroom teacher
Help with and/or monitor student’s completion of classroom assignments
Correct objective test and assignments, record scores and ELL student attendance
Contact parents to communicate objective information as designated by the ELL and/or classroom teacher
Assist teachers in preparing and maintaining instructional materials and maintain files
Assist classroom teacher in maintaining classroom environment
Practice instructional practices, procedures and equipment
Provide assistance to English and non-English speaking students
Effectively using appropriate communications with other employees and students by exercising tact, courtesy, and good judgment
Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with students, parents, teachers and other employees
Working with accuracy and attention to detail to meet deadlines
Understanding and executing oral and written instructions, policies, and procedures
Operating standard office equipment such as typewriter, computer terminal, word processor, calculator, and photocopier in an effective manner
Physically performing duties as assigned
Spanish Preferred


High school diploma reflecting reading, writing, speaking proficiencies in Spanish and English
Two years of post secondary college education
If a candidate meets all other qualifications, except the two years of post secondary education, they may be hired on the condition when the Department of Education develop a proficiency test they will need to pass the test to remain in the position
Hispanic culture
Bilingual (prefer native Spanish-speaker)
Oregon Driver’s License, or ability to get to and from work in a timely manner and perform the essential functions of the position
Associates Degree in Education is preferred
Medic First Aid Card (must be certified within the first 60 days of employment)
Other certifications/trainings as required to execute the Essential Functions and Duties and
Responsibilities of this position may include blood sugar testing, bee sting, dispensing of prescription medication
Solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
Interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form
All employees must be able to communicate in an effective manner. Employees with English as a second language must be able to communicate their need for clarification and/or interpretation of directions. Employee should be willing to attend English class as requested by supervisor.
High school graduation or GED math level would be sufficient to perform the essential functions and duties and responsibilities of this position


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by and employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

See near and far (i.e. constant observation of students)
Discriminate colors (i.e. teaching colors)
Hear sufficiently to perform the duties and responsibilities (i.e. understand speech which may be
difficult to understand, listening for distress signals)
Medium lifting occurs occasionally (20-50 lbs)
Lifting occurs frequently (0-20 lbs)
There is occasional light to medium carrying of supplies and equipment
Pulling/pushing occurs occasionally (i.e. wheel chair, vacuuming, open/close doors, student restraints,
defiant student, gait trainer and stander)
Crawling, kneeling, climbing, cramped spaces and repeated bending occurs occasionally to frequently in the course of a day (i.e. toileting, loading bus, machinery control, working on same level as student, picking up trash, assisting student in bathroom)
Balance upper body and hand/wrist movement occur often to frequent in the course of a day (i.e. assist with student balance, coordination in movement, writing, grabbing, keyboards, reaching, stretching)
Occasional use of household cleaning type chemicals (i.e. bleach)
Occasional use of glues
May be exposed to blood and body fluids (i.e. spitting, feeding, changing, biting)
May be exposed to bees, pollens, head lice may occur occasionally to frequently
Work for the most part is performed indoors with some outdoor activity. Employee may occasionally be exposed to inclement weather during supervision and field trips. Employees must have the physical ability to lift up to twenty-five pounds, reach, grasp, kneel, squat, walk, and stand. Employees may be exposed to occasional loud noises during supervision.

Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions in the Collective Bargaining Agreement between Tigard-Tualatin School District 23J and Oregon School Employees Association Chapter 51.

This is a 10 month assignment on the H range of the Classified Job Schedule. The assignment of the step will be in compliance with the current Collective Bargaining Agreement and range of pay is located in the current Classified Salary Schedule.

This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all inclusive list of all the responsibilities, skills, or working conditions associated with the position. While it is intended to accurately reflect the position’s activities and requirements, the administration reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties and assign duties as necessary that still reflect the essential functions of the department.

A new employee shall be allowed up to four (4) years of experience on the salary schedule, based on actual years of experience on a job of like responsibilites and skills. $21.01

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