Braddock Gifted Magnet is seeking candidates for a Teaching Assistant position within the Gifted Magnet School. The Teaching Assistant will provide instructional support and assistance to teachers and other certificated personnel. Our staff is friendly and welcoming! Ideally, we are looking for a college student who is interested in becoming a teacher.
Monday – Friday; 6 or 3 hours per day.
Assists teachers or other certificated personnel in preparation for, carrying out and following up on
instruction to individual or small groups of students as assigned.
Assists teachers, school administrator and staff with maintaining control of assigned classes to ensure a
suitable learning environment, both in classrooms and on school grounds.
Possession of a high school diploma or GED.
All teacher assistants must meet one of the following requirements:
a. Possession of an earned Associate of Arts (AA) degree or higher from a recognized college or university/or
b. Have a passing score on the District proficiency test/ and or Instructional Assistance Test/or
c. Completion of 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from a recognized college or university and have a passing score on the District Proficiency Test.
All Teacher Assistants are, on a continuing basis, required to be enrolled in, and successfully complete, a minimum of 12 college semester units (or equivalent quarter units) each school year.
Evidence of freedom from active tuberculosis pursuant to Education Code Section 49406.
Desired Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Personal Characteristics:
Understanding of the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional growth patterns of students.
Ability to properly use and to care for teaching materials, supplies, and equipment.
Commitment to the education of students.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Please email your resume to [email protected]
Email Celia Sosa, Assistant Principal at [email protected]
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