Paraprofessionals work with consultant to deliver direct instruction to students in the areas of academics, communication, life skills, and pre-vocation skills.
The Instructor is responsible for identifying and increasing a student’s strengths, interests, and abilities related to employment skills acquisition and job development; and is responsible for ensuring that the students learn competitive, marketable skills during their work experiences.
Minimum Required: High School Diploma
•Assess the learning strengths and areas of development and interests of the student.
•Assist the student in developing a portfolio to include certificates of skills attained, letters of recommendation from internships, etc.
•Assess student’s progress in the classroom and at the work experience site.
•Monitor and record daily attendance in class and at the work experience site.
•Teach student to inform instructor or supervisors at the work experience site of absences/tardiness.
•Assist student in training about public transportation and teach student to access public or private transportation.
•Have monthly written communication with families and other parties as identified and meetings.as needed.
•Provide employers at the work experience sites information about disability awareness and strategies on how to supervise individuals with disabilities.
•Maintain accurate and complete files for each student.
3 days PTO after 90 days
Paid vacation for 8 major holidays
Schedule: M-F 7am - 2:00pm or M-F 8am - 3pm (Depending on school)