Merced, CA 95344
I. PURPOSE: The purpose of this document is to list a limited number of duties typically performed by a person in the classification cited above as well as certain requirements necessary to perform these duties. It is not intended to be a complete list of duties nor requirements, but rather examples by which to select and compensate employees in a fair and reasonable manner.
II. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
A. Acts as liaison between administration and students.
B. Assists administrators with campus supervision, including keeping non-students/intruders from coming on sites.
C. Reports and assists administrators on matters pertinent to maintaining a safe school climate.
D. Assists administration with student discipline problems.
E. Intervenes in fights/confrontations.
F. Maintains confidentiality in relation to student discipline files, attendance and grades.
G. Supervises students in bus loading zones, school parking lots & assists in traffic control.
H. Counsels students on proper behaviors.
I. Assists in coordination and supervision of student work detail.
J. Collaborates with law enforcement, CPS, Social Services, probation, and other agencies.
K. Serves as site representative (under subpoena) for court actions.
L. Assists in removal of graffiti.
M Assists personnel with K-9 drug detection.
N. Provides emergency medications (e.g. epi-pens, glucagon).
O. Operates a motor vehicle.
P. Provides transportation to students, when necessary.
Q. Perform clerical duties.
R. Operates computer and other standard office equipment.
S. Performs other essential functions as assigned.
1. School rules, district attendance and discipline policies, Penal Code provisions relating to juveniles.
2. Adolescent characteristics and behavior patterns.
3. Effective communication techniques.
4. Awareness of behaviors related to gangs, drug/alcohol abuse and school safety.
5. Awareness of cultural diversity among students/parents.
6. First Aid and bloodborne pathogen training.
7. Basic understanding of computer operations.
1. Establishes rapport with students, staff and parents.
2. Identifies negative behaviors.
3. Maintains composure, professionalism and tact in dealing with students/staff/parents.
4. Diffuses potentially dangerous situations with parents and students at home or school.
5. Teaches the need to respect the rights of others.
6. Drives an automobile (possession of valid California Drivers License).
7. Works under pressure.
8. Writes behavior documentation reports.
9. Operate computer.
IV. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
A. Walk and stand for prolonged periods of time .
B. Hear and understand speech at normal levels and on the telephone with or without hearing aids.
C. Speak so that others may understand at normal levels and on the telephone.
D Operate a telephone/walkie talkie.
E. Operate a motor vehicle.
F. Stand, walk, bend over, stoop, grasp, reach overhead, push, pull and move, lift and/or carry 0-60 pounds to
V. WORK ENVIRONMENT
Employees in this position will be required to work primarily in an outdoor environment. Exposure to heat,
cold and inclimate weather for extended periods of time are typical. Employee comes in direct contact with
students, teachers/staff and public. Employees may need to intercede when fights occur.