Department: Learning Commons
Reports to: Director of Learning Commons
Contract duration: September to June (10 months)
Basic Function and Scope:
Performs a variety of support tasks in the school to assist the operations of the Learning Commons and support other supervisory buildings’ needs, as directed. Functions in the capacity of direct monitoring of students in the Learning Commons and around the school campus and other monitoring duties as assigned.
- Monitors and records students entrance and exit to the Learning Commons throughout the day;
- Monitors students in all three levels of the Learning Commons encouraging students to make use of the academic and support facilities available to them to reach their maximum academic potential;
- Monitors that students do not eat in the Learning Commons;
- Monitors bathroom use and facility use by students in the Learning Commons;
- Monitors ES, MS, & HS students around the school campus as directed;
- Monitors students that may have been left behind after the late buses at the front gate until parents pick up their children;
- Observes that the school is creating an environment conducive to student learning and involvement;
- Monitors group activities of students assigned;
- Demonstrates appreciation for and sensitivity to the diversity among individuals and strives to ensure equitable opportunities for student learning;
- Works closely with citizenship coordinators and counselors in all three schools, to discuss ways to deal with student behavior/issues;
- Assists students with learning in small groups or one-on-one instructional sessions;
- Participates and improves professional competence through attendance of professional development events;
- Other duties as assigned.
Daily contacts with other school personnel including the Principals, faculty, other aides as well as parents. Daily contact with students.
Independence of Operation:
All work is monitored by teachers and/or Principal. Direct contact with students to maintain order, safety and optimal learning environment. Once routine work is explained, aide is expected to work efficiently, effectively and independently to complete the tasks.
- A minimum of an Associate’s degree;
- English proficiency is required;
- A minimum of two years experience working with children ages 6-17 in education, preferably in groups;
- Strong communication skills;
- Technological literacy;
- Display commitment to safeguarding and protection of children.
To be considered for this vacancy, please complete this form and submit in English:
- Cover letter, which should include a statement of how you connect to ACS Athens’ mission;
- Resume and;
- The contact information for three professional references.