The Baldwin School, located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, is seeking qualified, experienced candidates for a per diem position of Non-Teaching Assistant, beginning August 28. This is a per diem position that offers competitive compensation of $12/hour.
The Non-Teaching Assistant (NTA) is a school employee who is responsible for supporting the daily non-instructional routines of the school day. The position runs from 7:45 AM-3:45 PM daily.
Ensure the health and safety of students by following established health and safety protocols and maintaining the school environment in a safe, orderly and clean manner
Monitor and supervise students during non-instructional times (lunch, outdoor and indoor recess, class transitions throughout the building)
Assisting with lunch protocols
Monitor and supervise groups of students during live-streamed instruction on campus
Preparing teaching materials for teachers, as needed.
Light clerical work
Delivering items to classrooms throughout the day
Escorting children to the nurse and throughout the building as needed/as age appropriate.
Other non-instructional duties as assigned by administrators
Serve in a substitute teaching role as needed (with Bachelor’s degree and previous teaching experience only)
A high school degree or GED is required; Some post-secondary education preferred
Experience working with children and adolescents preferred
Demonstrate professional responsibility, a friendly attitude and good judgement
Demonstrate effective and appropriate interpersonal relationships with students, faculty, parents and staff
Collaborative and flexible work style
Strong attention to detail and follow through with routines and protocols
Demonstrate strong work ethic, attendance, and punctuality
About Baldwin School
The Baldwin School founded in 1888, is a non-sectarian college preparatory, independent day school, pK-12, dedicated to a tradition of excellence in the education of girls. In a nurturing atmosphere, where the population reflects socioeconomic, ethnic and religious diversity, our girls strive to develop scholarship, leadership and citizenship within a community that emphasizes intellectual rigor, ethical integrity, and independence of thought. More information is available on our website at www.baldwinschool.org.