Employment Opportunities

Employment Application

Substitute Teachers
$100.00 Per Day
If interested contact: Kelly Burhop, District Administrator
(608)337-4403 or kburhop@now.k12.wi.us


Classroom Special Education Aides (Paraeducators)

181 Days (August 28 In-service date and 180 days scheduled with students)
Work Hours are 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. (7.5 Hours per day)
$10.60 per Hour minimum (Total hourly wage is still to be determined)
8 Sick Days per year, accumulate up to 50 Days.
Participation in the School District’s group health plan
Participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System
Long Term Disability Insurance
Send School District application to Dr. Kelly T. Burhop, District Administrator, PO Box 130, Ontario, WI 54651
Application Deadline: With the school year starting on September 1, the position will be open until filled.
RESPONSIBLE FOR
School District Special Education Aides are responsible for assisting in meeting the educational needs of school district students with disabilities, as outlined by the School District Special Education Teacher/Case Manager in accordance with the student(s) individual education program (IEP). School District Special Education Aides are also responsible for the continuous communication of educational issues regarding special education students to the School District Special Education Teacher/Case Manager.
REPORTS TO
School District Special Education Aides report to and are under the supervision of the District Special Education Director. The District Special Education Director is responsible for all assignments for all School District Special Education Aides.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
All school personnel are required to perform the following tasks as School District Special Education Aides:
Performs duties under the immediate supervision of the special education teacher to which they are assigned.
Performs clerical tasks which may include, but are not limited to photocopying and filing, as directed by supervisor.
Assists students with academic tasks and monitors behavioral needs.
Monitors student activity and reports behavioral concerns to supervisor immediately.
Performs physical duties to assist students with self-care needs which may include, but it not limited to, lifting, diapering, feeding, and toileting.
Maintains confidentiality of student needs and records.
Assists in scheduling of daily routine to accommodate students’ needs and regular education classes.
Maintains a neat and orderly working environment.
Shall be on time for all regular duties including lunchroom, bus, or recess supervision, as assigned.
Shall participate in emergency evacuation procedures, such as tornado and fire drills, with the cooperation of the supervisor and District Office.
Attends workshops and other training which pertain to student needs.
Performs any reasonable duty as requested by School District Administration and immediate supervisor.
EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS
All persons looking to gain or maintain employment as a Special Education Aide in the Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton School District must:
Be able to read and comprehend written and verbal instructions.
Successfully obtain and maintain special education aide licensure through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Pass a pre-employment physical.
Maintain very good personal hygiene practices.
Act with conduct that is consistent with school district policies and procedures.