Substitute Aides are substitute instructional assistants supporting our Special Education and Early Childhood Development Programs. Substitute Aides have the flexibility of choosing when and where they want to work depending on their availability and will substitute for regular employees who are sick and/or away from the classroom. This is a great job for those who want a flexible schedule, making it a perfect fit for those who have other obligations and need flexibility.
Within our Special Education program, under the supervision of the Nevada County Superintendent of Schools (NCSOS) Special Education Associate Superintendent and Special Education Principal, the substitute aide will assist certificated teaching staff, therapist, nurse, and other specialists in providing instruction to individuals or small groups of students assigned to special programs/services offered by NCSOS including classrooms serving the intellectually disabled, orthopedically impaired, autistic, multi-disability, emotionally disturbed population, and alternative education. Most positions are classroom-based. Some positions may be itinerant.
Supporting our Early Childhood Development program, under the supervision of the Child Development Center Director and the Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, substitute aides assist staff with the planning and implementation of appropriate curriculum for children ages 18 months to 3 years (toddler program) and 3 to 5 years (preschool program).
Length of Work Year:
August thru June. Substitute on-call work
Other Requirements: Fingerprinting, Tuberculosis Clearance, Proof of vaccinations for Flu, MMR,TDAP, Background check, and Physical.
$16.00 – $18.35 per hour depending on program
Please send resumes/applications to: https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1613640Fingerprinting*Tuberculosis Clearance*Proof of vaccinations for Flu, MMR,TDAP*Minimum Education and Experience
About Nevada County Superintendent of Schools
Through exemplary countywide leadership, facilitation and support, the Nevada County Superintendent of Schools programs and staff will create, sustain and encourage high-quality educational programs for all students. High academic standards, safe and engaging learning environments and the development of community partnerships will help in our mission to prepare students for the future.