[Intro Paragraph] Start your description by introducing the employer to the job seekers. Give them an image of what the school or institution is like for the people that work there that will make them want to apply and be part of your positive environment. Mention the things that stand out about your organization.
Teaching Assistant Job Responsibilities
- Works under the supervision of a teacher or instructor.
- Watches and supervises students.
- Gives students additional attention and instruction.
- Is present and engaged during class sessions.
- Supports teacher’s lessons by reviewing material with students.
- Contributes to lesson plans and class materials.
- Prepares classroom for the sessions.
- Enforces school and class rules to help teach students appropriate behavior.
- Helps teachers prepare for instruction by getting materials ready or setting up equipment.
- Assists teachers with recordkeeping, such as calculating grades and tracking attendance and tardiness.
- Helps evaluate students in class, between classes, during lunch, breaks, or recess.
- May aid children with special needs with basic tasks, including eating or personal hygiene.
[Work Hours & Benefits] Discussing work hours and benefits right away is a good idea because they are some of the most important aspects of employment. Placing the information near the beginning of the job description will encourage the job seekers to continue reading the ad. Provide data about working conditions or requirements, including school security measures and break schedules. Make note of any special benefits available to new employees.
Teaching Assistant Qualifications/ Skills:
- Communication skills
- Comfortable interacting with children
- Time management skills
- Organizational skills
- Proficiency in the subject areas taught
- Analyzing information
- Decision making
Education and Experience Requirements:
- At least a high school diploma or GED
- Most positions require at least a 2 -year degree (including Title I schools)
- State license
- Internship as a teaching assistant
[Call To Action] You will get more responses to your job posting if you put a call to action at the end of your teaching assistant job description. Show your job seekers how to apply for your position. For example, tell applicants to click on the “apply” button at the top of the job listing, email a resume or fill out an application on the company’s website.
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