Care for the physical needs of students with moderate to severe disabilities including, but not limited to, students with autism, emotional disturbance, intellectual disabilities, orthopedic impairments, or multiple disabilities.
Work under the direct supervision of a teacher or other professional supervisor.
Provide assistance to students in completing assigned projects.
Transport and accompany student to activities and physically participate as necessary.
May perform various recordkeeping tasks.
Demonstrate commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment
Various Eastern Suffolk BOCES locations in Suffolk County
Ability to join the NYS pension system
Training and mentoring provided
Great working environment
Positive impact on students’ educational experience
Studies show that women and members of some minority groups are more likely to underestimate their qualifications for a position. Therefore, if you are interested in this job, we encourage you to apply even if you are unsure of how your skills and experiences align with the job responsibilities. ESBOCES is committed to diversity in our workplace and welcomes the opportunity to consider all candidates.