Teacher Aide-Albany Neil Hellman School
Seeking a Teacher Aide to help provide a learning, caring and safe environment for children
Teacher Aide's are responsible for assisting students in our special education school. Specific duties involve, assisting the classroom Teacher with behavior management and the academic needs of the students. Minimum requirements: High School Diploma (some college preferable), Experience working with clients who have social and emotional challenges in a school or residential treatment center setting. Ability to obtain New York State Certification and experience in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) a plus.
- Assist the classroom teacher by working with children individually and in groups.
- Assist in implementing the child’s IEP/IFSP, behavior plan or regular program plan.
- Assist in the execution of a program to provide care for children which takes into account the educational, social, developmental and health needs of the group, as well as the individual child.
- Prepare materials and learning areas.
- Assist in record keeping as assigned.
- Assist in room clean up.
- Supervise and interact with children at mealtimes, and during any and all activities.
- Supervise and assist children in toileting, hand washing, and dressing as needed.
- Provide a variety of materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate and use, both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
- Follow fire drill procedures to safely assist children to exit and re-enter the building.
- Lift up to 35 pounds.
- High School or equivalent
- Experience working with preschool age children in a setting such as a licensed childcare preferred
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
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