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JOB TITLE: Instructional Paraprofessional – Table Mountain School (991)

WORK YEAR: Full time/7 hours per day/12 Months/242 Days (prorated based on date of hire)

START DATE: As soon as possible after interviews

AREA OF ASSIGNMENT: Table Mountain School, Oroville, CA The primary location for this position is in a locked juvenile detention facility.

SALARY: Schedule 5, Range 9, $16.61-$24.53 per hour, placement dependent on experience

BENEFITS: Generous benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, and Vision for employee and dependents. Sick and vacation accrued. This position qualifies for CalPERS retirement.


DEADLINE: Open until filled: This position is open until filled; to receive full consideration, please apply by Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Under general supervision of assigned management employee, assists certificated staff in monitoring of student activities, maintenance of a suitable learning environment and learning experiences, preparation of appropriate materials, and providing a safe and healthy environment. Assists in the planning and implementation of an educational program for children; and performs a variety of general clerical duties.

Receives general supervision from management or the assigned certificated supervisor.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: [May include, but is not limited to the following.]
1. Assist in planning and implementing learning experiences for students
2. Assist students in academic subjects such as reading, writing and math; work effectively with students in classrooms and assist them in academic, vocational and/or living skills
3. Tutor students in developing interpersonal relationships with peers and adults; promote the safety of the students by helping them develop self-confidence
4. Under the direction of a teacher train and assist students in behavior management; provide education regarding appropriate interpersonal actions; respond to discipline problems; act as a role model
5. Promote the well-being of the students by helping them develop a positive attitude/self-image, personal hygiene habits and an ability to cooperatively play and interact with other children and adults
6. Monitor students during classroom, outdoor or community activities
7. Correct homework assignments and in-class exercises as assigned
8. Recognize and respond to health and safety situations such as illness and seizures
9. Perform clerical duties as assigned [EXAMPLES: typing, copying, filing, maintaining materials, equipment and supplies, answering phones, taking messages and mail distribution]
10. Assist in maintaining records and charts on individual students [EXAMPLES: attendance records, lunch count, daily charting, grades, test scores and progress of student learning]
11. Maintain orderliness & cleanliness of the facilities; may set up and move chairs & tables; assist in caring for & maintaining materials, equipment, supplies or toys
12. Attend staff and parent meetings and in-service training
13. Perform related duties as assigned by supervisor or classroom teacher

1. Assist students in the proper use and care of computers and software
2. Maintain and respond to discipline problems; escort children from school to living units; act as a role model
3. Assist in controlling, orienting and testing of students
4. Maintain proper order in classroom during outbursts; deal with volatile children and understand why they act out in a lock-up situation
5. Counsel students regarding conduct and self-discipline
6. Understand and follow Butte County Juvenile Hall security and lock-up procedures
7. Use of proper emergency and emergency phone procedures
8. Account for classroom materials, such as scissors, pencils, etc.
9. Maintain strict confidentiality in all job-related matters
10. Maintain a good, cooperative working relationship with Juvenile Hall Staff

1. Proper child care techniques
2. Techniques and methods of child supervision
3. Cultural and physical differences and needs of children in assigned program
4. English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation
5. Modern office methods, practices, procedures and equipment

1. Learn growth and development principles of children
2. Patiently and effectively work with students of differing backgrounds
3. Learn basic first aid and safety requirements
4. Physically perform job tasks
5. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
6. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
7. Follow directions and function within program policies and procedures

1. Ability to accept working in a lock-up situation
2. Ability to be flexible working with grade levels K-12
3. Ability to work in a multiple curriculum environment and knowledge of a wide range of academic subjects
4. Ability to manage assaultive behavior and knowledge of approved strategies for behavior management

1. Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain knowledge and abilities would be completion of specialized training in child development, special education or a related field
2. Possession or ability to obtain a valid CPR certificate
3. Possession or ability to obtain a valid Standard First Aid certificate
4. Must possess 48 semester units from an accredited college or university; or 2) Associate’s degree or higher; or 3) CBEST (Plus passage of CODESP Instructional Component); or 4) Passage of a Butte County Office of Education approved comprehensive Local Assessment Test (CODESP); or 5) Passage of another district approved Local Assessment Test

Occasional (less than 25%)
Ability to bend and twist, stoop, and kneel
Ability to lift 40 pounds
Ability to carry 25 pounds
Ability to stand for extended periods of time
Often (25 – 50%)
Sufficient mobility to move about a classroom
Very Frequent (76%)
Ability to stand and move around a classroom
Ability to work at a desk, conference table, or in meetings of various configurations
Ability to see for purposes of reading printed matter and observing students and staff
Ability to hear and understand speech at normal levels
Ability to communicate so others will be able to clearly understand
Ability to operate office equipment
Ability to reach in all directions

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.
NOTE: This list of essential functions and physical requirements is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary in accordance with the requirements of the job.

1. To comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, all new employees must provide proof of identity and authorization to work in the United States.

TO APPLY: Visit:
Online applications only; no paper copies will be accepted. All online applications must be accompanied by the following attachments; (incomplete applications will not be accepted):
• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Three letters of recommendation required, current letters preferred
• Must possess 48 semester units from an accredited college or university; or 2) Associate’s degree or higher; or 3) CBEST (Plus passage of CODESP Instructional Component); or 4) Passage of a Butte County Office of Education approved comprehensive Local Assessment Test (CODESP); or 5) Passage of another district approved NCLB Local Assessment Test
Upon offer of employment you will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR consent to weekly testing


Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity/Handicapped IX Employer
Deaf individuals may use the toll-free California Relay Service (CRS). If you have a TTY: (530) 532-5650. If you do not have a TTY: 1-800-735-2922. Upon CRS connection, ask for 530-532-5785 for more information about this recruitment.

Minimum Education and Experience

Minimum Months of Experience: 1
Education Required: Associate's
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
  • Background Checks
  • Minimum Hourly Wage: $16.61
    Maximum Hourly Wage: $24.53