Job Description: (ATTACHED) 
Salary Schedule: 1A (ATTACHED)
Working Calendar:187 Days/7hours per day

There are currently over eight thousand students in Jefferson County Public Schools who speak English as a second language. They come from dozens of different cultural backgrounds and nearly every continent. Culture and country of origin can profoundly influence a child's identity, life experiences, and learning, which is why it is so important for educators to become familiar with these various global cultures. The English as a Second Language (ESL) program provides Interpretation and Translation service for the entire school district to help our schools/programs communicate effectively with limited English speaking families.

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INSTRUCTOR III BILINGUAL ASSOCIATE

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Three years of successful experience in related field
  • Demonstrated proficiency in two (2) languages, English and the appropriate language
  • Experience in working with children and parents with special needs, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic backgrounds
  • Knowledge of or receptive to philosophy, policy and methodology of the U.S. educational system
  • Effective communication skills
 
INSTRUCTOR II BILINGUAL ASSOCIATE

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Associate Degree or approved equivalent training (64 college semester hours) and experience
  • One year of successful experience in related field
  • Demonstrated proficiency in two (2) languages, English and the appropriate language
  • Experience in working with children and parents with special needs, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic backgrounds
  • Knowledge of or receptive to philosophy, policy and methodology of the U.S. educational system
  • Effective communication skills
INSTRUCTOR I BILINGUAL ASSOCIATE

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High School Diploma or G.E.D.
  • Passing score on the Kentucky Para-educator Assessment or 48 college hours
  • Demonstrated proficiency in two (2) languages, English and the appropriate language
  • Experience in working with children and parents with special needs, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic backgrounds
  • Knowledge of or receptive to philosophy, policy and methodology of the U.S. educational system
  • Effective communication skills
 Position not available until 8/9/21
Previous applicants that have completed an application for this specific JobID/posting need not apply

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