BETHEL SD 527 hours per day Educational Assistant II for Career Technical Education Courses


7 hours per day Educational Assistant II for Career Technical Education Courses (Memo 108, 17-18)

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Title7 hours per day Educational Assistant II for Career Technical Education Courses
Posting IDMemo 108, 17-18

Bethel School District is seeking qualified applicants for a 7 hours per day Educational Assistant II for Career Technical Education courses (e.g., metals, auto, woods) at Willamette High School.


Bethel Schools are committed to creating safe, caring, mutually respectful environments where all students are honored and valued for their diverse cultural backgrounds, strengths and abilities in every instructional practice and school activity to support academic achievement and student success.


Nature of Work

An Educational Assistant II provides individual and small group support and personal assistance, often in a standard or special purpose educational program, to students with distinct and exceptional educational needs and challenges as determined by a certificated specialist.  The primary purpose of positions in this class, which distinguishes it from positions of other classes, is to screen and assess the educational needs of students, provide instructional assistance to students in a classroom, and charting and recording results.


A position of this class may be assigned full-time to a student with a physical impairment that requires the employee to assist with school tasks the student cannot perform, such as attending class and taking notes; carrying books; adapting written school materials; personal cleanliness and hygiene; administering medication; setting up or operating specially adapted equipment; food preparation and feeding the student; and assisting the student to communicate with teachers, classmates, and others.


A position of this class may tutor students, individually or in small groups, providing instructional assistance in a variety of subjects or courses; administers and scores standardized tests; and maintains student records in conformance with government regulations.


Examples of Work

These duties are illustrative only.  For a detailed list of duties, please refer to each position description.

  • Determines students' educational needs by assisting a teacher with administering, scoring test results; maintains and updates student daily progress records; keeps records on test scores, grades, attendance and other related data in compliance with government funding and program requirements.
  • Assists in developing lesson plans for students, prepares instructional materials, provides instructional assistance to students, tutors students, reads and paraphrases tests, and provides assistance in problem solving skills.
  • Observes and participates in recording student progress and correcting papers, confers and consults regularly with teachers about problems encountered with students, and shares behavioral and academic observations of individual students with the instructor.

 Selection Factors

  • Knowledge of educational programs offered in all schools and of basic educational techniques, as required by the position.
  • Knowledge of the basic developmental stages of a child's learning process.
  • Ability to schedule the workload and meet the needs of the program.
  • Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions.
  • Ability to work with small groups and individual students in special programs.
  • Ability to prepare materials for lesson plans.
  • Ability to interact positively with children and adults, and observe individual student abilities.
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with teachers, students, administrators, parents and co-workers.
  • Ability to learn safe lifting and proper physical positioning techniques.
  • Ability to safely and proficiently operate equipment, as required by the position.
  • Ability to maintain regular, predictable and prompt attendance.


For information regarding this position please email Dawn Delorefice, Assistant Principal at Willamette High School, at


To apply, please follow the link to TalentEd Recruit and Hire


Bilingual candidates and candidates experienced in working with bilingual students and families will receive preferential consideration.


If you are an in-district employee and wish to be considered for this position, please indicate your interest in writing to Remie Calalang, Human Resources Director, by 4:00 p.m., December 12, 2017.




CLOSING DATE: Open until filled



Bethel School District 52 complies with provisions of the various civil rights laws, such as the Fair Employment Practices Act,

Title IX regulations, and Section 504 of PL93.112 in employment and educational programs and activities.





The Bethel School District, an equal opportunity employer, complies with provisions of the various civil rights laws, such as the Fair Employment Practice Act, Title IX Regulations and Section 504 of PL 93.112 in employment and educational programs and activities.

The District is committed to maintaining a drug-free workplace and strictly complies with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act amendments of 1989.

Reasonable accommodations for the application and interview process will be provided upon request and as required in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.   Disabled persons may contact Remie Calalang, HR Director, at (541) 689-3280 for additional information or assistance.




4640 Barger Drive, Eugene, OR 97402  l  Phone: (541) 689-3280  l  Fax: (541) 689-0719  l

Shift TypePart Time
Salary Range$12.54 - $15.89 / Hourly
LocationWillamette High School

Applications Accepted

Start Date12/05/2017