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Teaching Assistants - 2022-2023

Position: Teaching Assistants - 2022 - 2023
Job Number WSWN0212452-0127
Position Status:  Full-Time & Part-Time
Program: Exceptional Learners Division
Category: Instructional
  • Sites in Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Fort Edward, & Saratoga Springs
  • Component Classrooms in Granville, Fort Ann, Fort Edward, & Wilton
Months per Year: School Calendar
Salary: As per SABEA Faculty Contract-Based on experience
Job Posting Date: Continuous recruitment
Application Deadline: Continuous recruitment
Position Start Date: ASAP

The Teaching Assistant will assist the instructional program and related activities by performing relative tasks related to educational activities and providing direct instructional service to students.  The Teaching Assistant will work under the general supervision of a member of the teaching staff and the appropriate administrator.  This supervision will be both formal and informal.

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Work Hours:
 Varies per site
  • Sites in Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Fort Edward, & Saratoga Springs 
    • 8am-2:45pm
  • Component Classrooms in Granville (8:05-3:05) , Fort Ann (7:45-3:00), Fort Edward (7:50-2:30), & Wilton (8:50-3:10)
  • Applicants are required to have a minimum of 18 college credit hours completed, with 60 credit hours or an Associates' degree preferred.  
  • Certified* or certifiable* as a Teaching Assistant 

*Certified and certifiable means that either you presently hold any level of the Teaching Assistant certificate issued by NYS Education Department OR you can obtain the introductory Teaching Assistant certificate with NYSED. For additional information about certification and what is required, click here.


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