Paraeducators perform a variety of tasks. This position works closely with teachers and other staff members as part of a team in supporting student learning. Paraeducators provide instructional and/or non-interactional activities to help students who need extra support. They often work one-on-one with students inside and outside the classroom.

Paraeducators are assigned to a specific role. These include:

  • Intervention TeamA paraeducator helps a student in class
  • Job Coach
  • Occupational or Physical Therapy Assistant
  • Life Skills
  • Community Transitions
  • EBD Program
  • AIMS (Access in the mainstream setting)
  • Student Success
  • Library Technician
  • Multilingual Learner Assistant
  • Multi-Program Paraeducator
  • Academic Support
  • Title I
  • Resource
  • Student Supervision


  • Weekends off
  • Work where you live
  • Competitive wages
  • Paid holidays
  • Health benefits*
  • Vision and dental*

*Staff are eligible for benefits if they are contracted for 630 or more hours per year.

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school completion or equivalent; and
  • Two years of post-secondary preparation or an associate’s degree;
  • 72 college quarter or 48 college semester credits (100 level or above); or
  • Successful completion of the ETS ParaPro Assessment test.

Hear from our team:

Mandeep Kaur

“When I speak to Punjabi ELL kids, I have other kids ask me “What did you say to him? What were you asking?”  And I share what they did for the weekend or what colors they like. It’s small things but they want to know about their friends and it becomes a bridge.” – Mandeep Kaur, paraeducator

Apply Now!


Contact HR