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posted on 2/23/2021

Lifehouse Agency  is looking for a Paraeducator 
Lifehouse Agency, in partnership with Marin County Office of Education and Dominican University, opened the inclusive preschool Great Expectations in Marin County in Fall of 2018. This preschool is for children 3 to 5 years old with or without disabilities. As it is the Lifehouse mission to provide services to enable each individual regardless of disability to live a full life and to be integrated into the community, the preschool will be a great opportunity to begin the process of positive socialization and academic readiness for young children with disabilities. Ultimately, our goals are to show how inclusiveness is beneficial for all parties involved and serve as a model for future inclusive preschool classrooms both in Marin County and nationwide.

The Paraeducator will be working from 12pm to 4pm, Monday-Friday. The Paraeducator works with general supervision from the preschool teacher to prepare materials and set up classrooms for training and instruction. He or she participates and assists in lesson planning and carrying out supervisor assigned tasks to reinforce instruction and/or tutor students. The Paraeducator performs a wide variety of related tasks to assist and care for students while they are under school supervision.

What you will be doing:

• Assists the preschool teacher and director in classroom programs and training by reinforcing instructions and providing behavioral examples in social, emotional, and functional skills adapted to challenged individuals.
• Interacts with students in their activities, encouraging performance, observing progress, and sharing observations with the preschool teacher.
• Provides a supportive relationship with the student under the teacher’s direction to foster learning in an atmosphere of acceptance.
• Supports the goals and objectives of classroom activities by preparing materials, obtaining required supplies or equipment.
• Performs clerical tasks and operates office equipment in the preparation of learning materials.
• Actively works with students during an activity, and assists with clean-up after an activity.
• Provides necessary supervision in such activities as field trips, rest time, playground/yard, meal and snack times, and the arrival and departure of students.
• Reinforces training and/or instruction by tutoring students in motor and perceptual skills; oral, reading, spelling, and math skills.
• Assists in creating and maintaining a positive environment for learning.
• May assist in developmental program, which includes language, gross and fine motor, cognitive, social, emotional, and self-help skills.
• Assists students in special training regarding dressing and eating skills, personal hygiene, and grooming.
• Follows required safety and health techniques, such as, but not limited to, feeding, toileting, lifting, and use of adaptive equipment and materials.
• Follow universal health precautions as it relates to the employee/student safety.
• May be required to perform a variety of custodial duties as related to student needs.
• Maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality.
• Act as a representative of the Agency in furthering its objectives and in advocating for its mission to provide the highest quality educational experience for children of all abilities.
• Adherence to Lifehouse policies and procedures.
• Other duties as assigned by supervisor.


Why you should apply:
• You will make a difference.
• You will be part of a great team working towards integration and changing the perception of people with developmental disabilities in the community.
• You will be part of one of the first agencies in Northern CA implementing a Person Centered Thinking approach to the services we provide.
• You will join a successful nonprofit committed to respect and trust.
• Outstanding benefits, including medical, employer funded HRA, dental, vision, Life, LTD, EAP, FSA, retirement plan with employer match, pet insurance, vacation, sick and holiday pay, . . .


What you will bring:
• Minimum of 18-years old.
• High school graduate or enrolled in an ROP at an accredited high school.
• Minimum of Six completed units of early childhood education or three completed units of early childhood education and continuation in an educational program until fully qualified minimum. Prefer 12 completed ECE units.
• Experience working with small children in a preschool or family home daycare preferred.
• Interest in working with children with different abilities.
• Friendly, even-tempered and reliable personality.
• Fingerprint clearance, child abuse index clearance.
• Pre-employment physical and TB-test. Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
• Completion of Child CPR and First Aid Courses.
Job Type: part-time 20hrs/week
Pay: $23.00/hour

posted on 11/20/2020

Salary/Range: BOE


Noah’s Ark Preschool i s a ministry of New Life Church and is part of Marin Christian Academy in Novato, CA. Our school has been serving children and families in Marin and surrounding counties since 1979. We take pride in providing quality care with emphasis on learning through play . This is a full day / year round program. We believe children learn through the experiences that we as teachers provide and help to facilitate. We have a team atmosphere, working together with an amazing family of teachers and support staff. We serve 90-100 children every year, ages 2-TK.
Interested applicants please send resume to or call 415-892-5713 .


Minimum Qualifications:
*Passion and creativity to inspire children to learn in the culturally diverse setting.
*Child Development Teacher Permit, Associate Permit, or in the process of acquiring.
*Ability to speak, read, and write English fluently (Bilingual a plus).
*Fingerprint clearance, Negative TB test, CPR & First Aid Certification, Immunizations per State of CA requirements.
*Physical ability to lift and carry up to 60 lbs if necessary & move quickly when required.
*Relate to children, parents, and staff in a professional, loving and respectful manner at all times.
*Knowledge of Handwriting Without Tears & Houghton Mifflin Phonics a plus.
*Arrive on time, be present in mind and body, be prepped for the day, ready to play!​

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