Instructor Assistant

Thomas A Wildey - Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities

The Clermont County Board of DD is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Assists licensed instructor in teaching persons with developmental disabilities in approved curriculum areas (e.g., assists in maintaining classroom environment conducive to learning and free of health and safety hazards; giving assistance for and assisting in implementing daily lesson plans consistent with students’ IEP’s; assists in operating equipment and recording responses and efforts; prepares materials needed for instruction; assists students with mobility, physical, and clothing needs such as positioning, feeding, toileting, assisting in the pool, and getting on and off transportation vehicles.)  Assists in preparing and maintaining records and reports (e.g., attendance, program objectives, behavioral data, progress data, revisions to IEP’s; records data on charts and records; maintains files; reproduces copies using office equipment; may use computer for research and documentation.)  At request of supervisor, attends meetings, conferences; attends staff meetings and training sessions.  Works cooperatively with other staff, parents, caseworkers, family members, medical personnel, etc. to achieve student goals and programming as identified by IEP; facilitates communication with students through sign language, picture communication, etc.  Promotes and implements the mandates and goals of the Clermont County Board of DD in a professional, positive, and efficient manner.  Administers oral and topical medication(s) to students, after receiving appropriate training, and when delegated by a Registered Nurse employed by the Board.  Develops and demonstrates knowledge of current developments in field to provide most beneficial client care (e.g., participates in Employer provided training, etc.) 

Completion of secondary education and one (1) year experience with developmentally disabled individuals; or equivalent.  Must have Educational Aide Permit issued by Ohio Department of Education with ability to obtain ESEA Qualification. Must obtain and maintain required certification.  Must be physically able to lift, carry, and move children in a safe manner.   Successfully pass pre-employment BCII check, Abuser Registry check, Nursing Registry check, and post-offer physical exam with drug test and physical agility test.

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