Educator agent - Salary and Career
Student Inspectors

Educator agent - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They take care of the student's safety on and near the school premises and during school transport. They inspect student behavior in the school environment and during school transportation. They guide students on rules and procedures, school regulations, compliance with schedules, listen to complaints and analyze facts. They provide support to academic activities, control the free activities of students, guiding the entry and exit of students, inspecting recreational spaces, defining limits on free activities. They organize the school environment and provide building maintenance.

How much does an Educator agent earn

A Educator agent earns between $1.082 and $2.764 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.455 and a median salary of $1.300 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 16.015 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Educator agent

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.455 17.459 364 7
1º Quartile 1.082 12.978 270 5
Median Salary 1.300 15.600 325 6
3º Quartile 2.108 25.291 527 11
Higher Salary 2.764 33.162 691 14

Professional job categories

  • Middle level technicians
    • lay and mid-level teachers
      • student inspectors
        • student inspectors

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Main workplaces

Student Inspectors they work in public, private or free schools. They are statutory or CLT. They work as a team, in open or closed places, during the day or night, under occasional supervision of school principals or secretaries. They can stand for long periods in noisy places. Professionals who work in public schools also assume functions relevant to other administrative and pedagogical professionals, such as, for example, listening to teachers' complaints about threats from students in areas of violence, guiding students and making small repairs in schools.

What does it take to work in the field of Student Inspectors

The exercise of these occupations requires elementary education (inspector of public school students) and secondary education (inspector of private school students). The inspector of public school students is recruited through a public contest.

Functions and activities of Educator agent

Student Inspectors must:

  • show personal skills;
  • orient students and guardians;
  • provide building and school transport maintenance;
  • guide students and guardians;
  • taking care of students' safety;
  • inspect students' behavior in school environment and transport;
  • inspect student behavior in school environment and transport;
  • advise students and guardians;
  • organizing school environment and transport;
  • orienting students and guardians;
  • provide support to academic activities;
  • guiding students and guardians;
  • inspect students' behavior in the school environment and transport;
  • caring for student safety;
  • support academic activities;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • care for student safety;
  • control students' free activities;
  • provide support for academic activities;
  • taking care of student safety;
  • provide building maintenance and school transport;
  • control student free activities;
  • providing building maintenance and school transport;
  • inspect student behavior in the school environment and transport;
  • organize environment and school transport;
  • guidance students and guardians;
  • student safety;
  • providing building and school transport maintenance;
  • organize school environment and transport;
  • take care of student safety;
  • look after student safety;

  • Activities

    • show cordiality;
    • accompany tagger student in cleaning up their graffiti;
    • control school id card/badge;
    • inspecting cleanliness on school premises;
    • boarding and disembarkation assistant;
    • checking the state of the board;
    • release student to go to the bathroom;
    • set limits in relationships with students;
    • providing first aid;
    • set limits on free activities;
    • forward a request from parents of students;
    • activate cleaning staff;
    • assisting students with disabilities (physical, visual, mental);
    • demonstrate persuasiveness;
    • reporting irregularities;
    • identifying those responsible for irregularities;
    • demonstrate credibility;
    • transmit security;
    • correct bullying actions among students;
    • prevent students from staying in classrooms during recess;
    • guide classroom changes to students;
    • check seat belt use;
    • report undisciplined student to the board/coordination;
    • inspecting trash can;
    • show patience;
    • suppressing school theft;
    • distribute call books to teachers;
    • inspect classrooms, bathrooms, etc. search for irregularities;
    • check the operating conditions of the light panel;
    • confirm irregularities reported by students;
    • survey isolated groups of students;
    • analyze school facts with students;
    • reestablish discipline in classrooms without a teacher;
    • replace (temporarily) a teacher in the classroom;
    • assign responsibilities for your belongings to students;
    • demonstrate a sense of observation;
    • communicate damaged equipment to management;
    • reporting cases of student theft to the board;
    • checking street lighting in the vicinity of the school;
    • guiding students to classroom and transportation;
    • demonstrate flexibility;
    • check the operating conditions of gates and doors;
    • demonstrate emotional balance;
    • control school identity card/badge;
    • requesting minor repairs;
    • bring didactic material to the classroom;
    • explain rules and procedures to students;
    • guide the use of bathrooms;
    • raise students' self-esteem;
    • demonstrate communication skills;
    • show affection;
    • require the student to show the belongings of the backpack ;
    • place notices on wall;
    • controlling the flow of people outside the school environment;
    • provide information to guardians;
    • show school to parents and students;
    • putting on a seat belt;
    • ring the bell at the start and end times of classes;
    • guide students' entry and exit;
    • assisting students in crossing streets;
    • provide information to teachers;
    • work as a team;
    • identifying suspicious persons in the vicinity of the school;
    • locate students in the building;
    • communicate suspension of classes to students;
    • advise not to eat and drink while transporting;
    • supervise use of recreation spaces;
    • advise students;
    • confirming irregularities reported by students;
    • communicate aggressive attitudes of students to the coordination;
    • checking the operating conditions of gates and doors;
    • call rescue;
    • prevent students from remaining in classrooms during recess;
    • distribute attendance folder;
    • controlling affective manifestations;
    • separate student fights;
    • prevent class skipping;
    • participate in the definition of school disciplinary activities;
    • summon a substitute teacher;
    • organize student queues;
    • report student behavior to parents;
    • photocopy academic material;
    • forward idle students to free activities;
    • accompany students on excursions;
    • release students to authorized persons;
    • forwarding absent students to coordination;
    • circulate internal communications;
    • restrict the use of profanity;
    • inform about rules and regulations;
    • assist in the organization of cultural, recreational and sports;
    • open classrooms;
    • work as a team;
    • check water level in cisterns;
    • guiding students regarding compliance with timetables;
    • call school patrol or the police;
    • communicating the presence of strangers in the vicinity of the school;
    • performing internal cleaning in the school vehicle;
    • guide student entry and exit;
    • identify those responsible for acts of depredation of school property;
    • observe student movement during recess;
    • demonstrate affinity with the student;
    • cut smoking and other addictions in the school/transport environment;
    • remove dangerous objects from students;
    • assisting students in the search for materials/uniforms;
    • request noise reduction;
    • deliver milk to students;
    • preventing class skipping;
    • deliver didactic material to the student;
    • notify the teacher's absence;

    Sectors that hire Educator agent the most in the job market

    • activities of associations for the defense of social rights
    • general public administration
    • elementary school
    • supply and management of human resources for third parties
    • cleaning in buildings and households
    • child education - day care
    • combined office and administrative support services
    • collective passenger road transport, with fixed itinerary, municipal
    • school transport
    • child education - pre-school

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