15 Jun Cocke County High School Special Education Assistant
Date: 6/15/2023Download Application (PDF)
VACANCY: Cocke County High School Special Education Assistant
TITLE: Cocke County High School Special Education Assistant
QUALIFICATIONS: Requirements for the position include but are not limited to: high school diploma; displayed proficiency in computer skills; willingness and ability to work with students, teachers, administration and all staff, successful completion of the paraprofessional exam.
REPORTS TO: School Principal/Special Education Supervisor
JOB GOAL: Performs specialized work by assisting special education teachers in instructing and supervising the activities of students with disabilities to provide a well-organized and smoothly functioning classroom environment. The position will assist assigned teachers in: preparing instructional materials, preparing classrooms for activities, supervising and assisting children in the classroom, reinforcing classroom lessons, assisting with progress monitoring, and providing other assistance as requested.
Applications will also be accepted by regular mail or in person at the Central Office (Melanie Eslinger) [email protected], 305 Hedrick Drive, Newport, TN 37821. If applying online, use the upload buttons below to add your completed application, resume, transcript and licensure. Be sure to click the green submit button to send us all of your files for consideration. All applicants must have a TBI/FBI fingerprint-based background check before being hired. All submissions will receive a confirmation email notifying you that the application was received by Human Resources.
You may contact the principal, Dr. A.C. Willis, call (423-623-8718) or email [email protected]
Dr. A.C. Willis
Cocke County High School
216 Hedrick Drive
Newport, TN 37821
THE COCKE COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
“It is the policy of the Cocke County School System not to discriminate on the basis of sex, color, race, and national origin, creed, age, and marital status, or disability in its educational programs, activities or employment policies as required by Title VI and VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973”.
Casey Kelley, Affirmative Action Coordinator