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Mason Public Schools is looking to hire a paraprofessional.  Qualifications and responsibilities are listed below.  If interested contact Richard Williams at  Position will be filled by December 13, 2021.


  • Education: Associate Degree or 60 hours college credit or pass the Oklahoma General Education Test

  • Pass a background check

  • Communication Skills (oral, written, or business): Basic communication skills to exchange information, give/receive simple instructions and respond to inquiries

  • Such machines include but are not limited to photocopiers, laminators, duplicator, CRT/computers (no software experience)

  • May on occasion use more difficult machines without any proficiency required, such as data entry

  • Requires following school dress standards, proper attendance or leave policies, and other work-habits concerns

  • Creativity, initiative and effective problem solving are important to the success of the position

  • Must maintain a positive attitude and be cooperative toward other staff members, the public, and students within the educational system

  • Requires frequent bending/stooping and occasional to frequent squatting/crouching, reaching above the shoulder, and pushing and pulling

  • Must be able to supervise students in the classroom and outside

  • Must be able to communicate with students and parents


  • A paraprofessional works to assist a teacher throughout their daily classroom activities

  • Some of the duties include helping schedule and implement programs in accordance with the curriculum as well as general classroom and clerical duties such as maintaining a clean and safe environment or printing and preparing educational material

  • Participate in multidisciplinary team meetings to develop appropriate individual educational programs

  • Assist students with daily tasks as directed by the teacher

  • Assists teachers with conducting lessons, managing the classroom and developing materials

  • Track student progress during the school year and create reports to let parents understand what their children are learning

  • Communicates with educational and related services staff, and other professionals concerned with the student’s educational progress

  • Work with small group activities

  • Assist students with appropriate behavior

  • Assist teachers in providing those activities that serve to enhance the student’s quality of life (showering, diaper changing, etc.)

  • Assist the teacher with the implementation of individualized educational programs

  • Ability to perform all essential duties and additional duties that may be assigned by the immediate supervisor

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

  • The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms


Mason School does not discriminate based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, equal pay, disability or genetic information.

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The Mason Board of Education is committed to a policy of non-discrimination in relation to race, religion, sex, age, national origin, alien age, and handicap and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  This policy will prevail in all matters concerning staff, events, students, the public, employment, educational programs and services, and individuals, companies, and firms with whom the Board does business.  Any person feeling that they have been or are being discriminated against is urged to present such complaints in written form to the Superintendent of Schools, Mason Public Schools, 374006 E. 1000 Road, Mason, OK  74859, or by calling 918-623-0231, or by emailing  All complaints will be thoroughly investigated and a prompt and equitable resolution will be sought through the procedures governed by administrative regulations.