Employment Opportunities » CAMPUS AIDE


Code Number
4687 4690 4688 4689 4691 4692
Charles Drew Middle School
Assists in maintaining standards of student discipline and ensuring the observance of rules and
procedures by students and others on a school campus and at bus loading points at the direction
of a school administrator or teacher.

Patrols school corridors, locker rooms, rest rooms, assembly and athletic facilities, gymnasiums,
bus-loading areas, and other campus locations in order to observe student behavior and prevent
violations or unsafe activities.
Provides information to school administrators regarding causes and effects of campus and
community tension.
Gathers information and provides advice regarding gang activities.
May direct students and others and take action, as necessary, to prevent injury to persons or
damage to property.
May discuss with student groups issues relating to narcotics, gambling, attendance, gang
activities, vandalism, safety, and community relations.
May work with groups authorized to be on the campus before and after school and keep the
campus free of unauthorized persons.
May assist school administrators in contacting parents regarding students with behavioral
problems and in discussing campus security with parent and community groups.
May assist a certificated employee in supervising students during field trips and special events.
May assist a certificated employee in counseling individual students or groups of students or in
assisting student clubs.
May deliver, set up, lay out, or collect equipment and other materials.
Performs related duties as assigned.

A Campus Aide patrols school facilities in order to prevent violations of rules or safe practices.
Employees in the classes designated as (Female) or (Male) are required to enter restrooms or
locker rooms that are restricted to persons of the designated sex. Employees in the (Restricted)
classes are employed in accordance with Education Code Section 45105 or 45108. Employees in
the classes designated "(Spanish Language)" are required to speak Spanish as part of their duties,
for which they receive a salary differential.
An Education Aide III works in a school under the immediate supervision of a teacher or
certificated employee. Assigned duties involve assisting in instructional reinforcement activities
with students.
An Early Education Center Aide I performs beginning level work of gradually increasing
responsibility in assisting in meeting the developmental and educational needs of children.
An Early Education Center Aide II assists teachers in the development and preparation of
instructional materials and assists in assessing developmental levels.

Supervision is received from a school administrator or teacher. No supervision is exercised over
District employees.

Graduation from high school or evidence of equivalent educational proficiency.

Ability to speak Spanish is required in the classes designated as (Spanish Language).
For the "restricted" class, applicants must reside in a designated geographic area surrounding
the school where the position is assigned.
A valid California Driver License and use of an automobile may be required for some positions.
Completion of a State approved campus safety training program required of employees
assigned more than 20 hours a week.
This class description is not a complete statement of essential functions, responsibilities, or
requirements. Requirements are representative of the minimum level of knowledge, skill, and abilities.
Management retains the discretion to add or change typical duties of the position at any time.
Contact Mrs.Page-Hodge/Mrs.Gallardo
Phone: (323) 826-1700
Fax: (323) 583-6030

8511 Compton Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90001