Fairfax County Public Schools is still hiring classroom monitors.
Classroom monitors provide in-person classroom assistance for students with classroom activities by performing administrative and noninstructional duties.
It is a temporary-hourly position with no benefits. Classroom monitors receive $15.42 per hour (Hourly Band 4).
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Job Description for FCPS classroom monitors
Provides in-person classroom assistance to a school or center assisting a virtual teacher with conducting classroom activities; works with individual and small groups of students; operates technology to include cameras, learning platforms, and learning tools; helps maintain order and discipline and assists in managing the behavior of students; provides supervision throughout the school day including in the classroom, halls, lunch, recess, and specials; performs administrative and noninstructional duties, such as keeping daily attendance; and ensures all CDC/safety protocols and procedures (e.g., fire drills) are implemented and followed.
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Must be comfortable with basic technology equipment/tools; knowledge of and ability to ensure all CDC/safety protocols and procedures are implemented and followed; ability to interact effectively with the assigned student population.