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Para Pro II (teacher aide) - Pre School

Company: Prescott Unified School District
Location: Prescott
Posted on: May 3, 2021

Job Description:

Para Pro II - PreSchool - This is a teacher aide position in a classroom of two and three year olds.

10 month position/35 hours per week

$12.79 per hour + benefits

All P.U.S.D. employees must have an IVP fingerprint card. https://www.azdps.gov/services/public/fingerprint make sure you select the electronic option to expedite the process and save you some money.

All Full time (6 or more hours per day) PUSD employees receive the following benefits in addition to their salary or hourly pay.

  • Medical Insurance paid by PUSD: Several plans to choose from that are paid fully by PUSD, valued at $7500.00 per year (also available is a buy-up medical insurance plan)4-6 hour employees (20-29 hours a week) PUSD will pay 50% of premiums for our Medical Insurance Plan.
  • Life Insurance ($50,0000) with option to purchase additional for self and family
  • Arizona State Retirement System*; district matches employee contributions (appx 12%)
  • Generous sick leave plan
  • 12 month employees receive generous annual leave

4-6 hour employees (20-29 hours a week):

PUSD will pay 50% of premiums for our Medical Insurance Plan.

Arizona State Retirement System; district matches employee contributions (appx 12%)

Generous sick leave plan

12 month employees receive generous annual leave

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  • Candidates receiving Arizona State Retirement are welcome to apply. If selected for a posted position candidate may be employed through a third party employer, Educational Services, Inc.

Keywords: Prescott Unified School District, Prescott , Para Pro II (teacher aide) - Pre School, Other , Prescott, Arizona

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