SDCOE is recruiting for Teacher Assistants for the Juvenile Court and Community Schools Program. TA's will work closely with a JCCS teacher in an assigned classroom to provide clerical or tutorial assistance. |
The Juvenile Court & Community Schools Program serves home-schooled students, teen parents, incarcerated youth, youth on probation, working teens who need to help support themselves or their families, homeless youth, expelled youth, youth in group homes, and other youth who benefit from a non-traditional learning environment.
All Teacher Assistants must be currently enrolled in school and carrying at least six semester units or the equivalent, regardless of how much education has already been completed. SDCOE will verify the enrollment of each TA selected for hire through a form that must be completed by your college or university registrar.
All Teacher Assistants must meet No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements before being placed in a classroom. The requirement may be met in one of the following ways:
1) 48 semester units of study in a college/university;
2) Associates degree or higher; or
3) successful completion of the SDCOE TA exam, administered by the San Diego County Office of Education, in basic reading, writing, mathematics skills and the ability to assist with instruction.
Applicants with bilingual skills in Spanish and Arabic are preferred.
Juvenile Court & Community Schools
Directions to SDCOE
Employment with SDCOE is contingent upon successful completion of a post-offer background check.
The San Diego County Office of Education is an equal-opportunity employer.
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