DISCOVERY CLUB EMPLOYMENT
Do you want to work with kids and gain valuable work experience in a fun and safe environment? Our Discovery Club school-age child care program offers great part-time and full-time job opportunities.
Full-time positions, apply with District Human Resources at hr.spps.org
Part-time or hourly positions, please complete the application form below.
To apply: https://www.spps.org/Domain/10687
Early Learning Admin Asst.
Category = Clerical
Title = Early Learning Admin Asst
Contact = Barbara Pierce
Number = 651-306-7867
Email = firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Description =
SALARY: $21.27 per hours, Non-exempt employee
SCHEDULE: 8 hours/day, 52 weeks
High school diploma or equivalent and three years of clerical experience
Experience in a school setting and bilingual skills preferred
Director of Community Education and Early Learning Coordinator.
To provide assistance to the Early Learning Coordinator and manage activities related to the successful operation of Early Learning Programs.
Perform as lead secretary to successfully accomplish the job responsibilities associated with the management of an early learning program.
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisory personnel.
1. Ability to accurately, confidentially and securely maintain and/or store records, documents, files and other information
2. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
3. Ability to determine, prioritize, schedule and complete job assignments and projects without supervision and within the time allocated
4. Ability to operate independently and effectively while following established procedures and protocols
5. Ability to anticipate and/or recognize problems and/or complications and to determine and implement practical corrective solutions to problems and issues
6. Ability to demonstrate critical thinking skills when completing unique or complex job assignments
7. Ability to maintain confidential information
8. Knowledge of word processing, database and spreadsheet office software applications (Microsoft Office preferred)
9. Ability to organize and maintain computerized and/or manual records and files
10. Ability to work with detailed information accurately
11. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
12. Ability to interact effectively with students, parents, staff, outside agencies and the general public
Perform under normal office conditions.
Perform within low to moderate noise levels with frequent interruptions caused by normal office traffic.
Perform at moderate to high pace for extended periods of time.
Perform with professionalism, proficiency, and precision.
Provide customer service to parents, community members, and staff in the ELC office, via email and telephone.
Manage registration for preschool, early childhood, and family education accounts, including courses and rostering in Infinite Campus. Complete transportation request forms and manage bus ID as needed.
Maintain accounts, invoice and apply payment for preschool accounts.
Manage early learning scholarships (Pathways I and II) and Voluntary PreK funds for individual accounts.
Take registrations, process refunds, print rosters for ECFE courses, including courses and rostering in Campus.
Track required paperwork for students including immunizations, emergency forms, enrollment forms, and others as required.
Refer students with health needs to staff.
Follow up to collect on delinquent accounts.
Create ECFE classes in the registration system.
Prepare and distribute all preschool and ECFE registration confirmations.
Prepare rosters and attendance sheets for ECFE classes.
Process new accounts, schedule changes, and withdrawals for Preschool accounts.
Assist with the early childhood screening process. Use census to notify eligible families of the need for screening and scheduling.
Monitor enrollments to ensure all are screened for preschool, head start, and kindergarten.
Maintain enrollment and screening records in the student information system.
Assist with the data gathering and preparation of annual reports for the MN Department of Education.
Maintain census and student accounting systems for early childhood.
Prepare, send, open, account and distribute purchase order and other supply items
Type, duplicate, mail, tabulate, distribute, forward and file all notices, records, newsletters and supply orders.
Assist with marketing of preschool and ECFE programs including updating flyers, sending marketing emails, and managing the email listserv used in promotion.
D. OTHER DUTIES
1. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Community Education, Early Learning Programs Coordinator and other district office administrators.
Inver Grove Heights Community Schools is an equal opportunity employer and supports an inclusive workplace environment.
Community Education Youth Program Coordinator
8 hours per day
260 days per year
The Program Coordinator is responsible for creation, implementation, scheduling, supervisor and marketing of youth academic, enrichment and recreation activities. The coordinator recruits instructors, presenters and volunteers for classes. This position is responsible to provide outreach and integration in to the community and with district staff.
1. Develop academic/enrichment/recreation programs to meet the needs and requests of the youth and/or adults in the school district and surrounding area. Determine which programs are successful and which areas of study are in need of growth in the current program offerings.
2. Maintain registration website by inputting and removing classes as appropriate. Monitors registration for events to ensure adequate enrolled participation to substantiate class, dropping classes when economically appropriate. Assists with walk-in and call-in registrations as needed and takes participant
calls for additional information or questions.
3. Recruit and supervise instructors to teach offered programs. Negotiate pay and class dates/times that will work for the program.
4. Provide leadership and guidance to program staff, instructors and volunteers. Acts as the liaison person between the district and the local community group.
5. Collaborate with surrounding Community Education programs to co-sponsor youth enrichment classes. Determine the number and types of classes that will be offered in cooperation with surrounding district based on past performance of classes held.
6. Creates all marketing materials, including class descriptions for the website and printed catalog.
1. 6 months to one year (minimum) of experience in a similar role
2. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Community Education, Education, Youth Development or related field preferred
Posting closes: March 1, 2019
BYC Team Coordinator I
Job Id 5046
Location: Burnsville Eagan Savage- ISD 191
Hours: Morning hours 7am-9am as a Program Supervisor at Project Kids
Flexible office hours for BYC.
BYC Programming hours 2:30pm-6:30pm
Days- Full Year; summer schedule will be slightly different
Compensation/Benefits: Per Unit Agreement
Qualifications: AA degree from a two year college or university. Programming experience with Middle school kids
If you have any questions, please contact Jason Sellars at 952.707.4126
Program Services: Handles program site logistics, liaisons with teachers, prepares, distributes and collects teacher contracts; monitors income and expense for classes related to participation, delivers class handouts; sets up audio visual equipment; distributes, collects and reviews course evaluations; promotes customer service by meeting with instructors and participants; provides troubleshooting expertise, as needed.
Program Development: Assesses community needs and identifies community resources and works with Director to determine desired course of action. Plan and implement new enrichment classes to be offered with an emphasis on culturally diverse program needs and needs of integration partners, identifies and interviews prospective instructors, works with instructors to develop course descriptions, inputs courses and necessary information into department software. Works with department staff in all aspects of program development.
General Program Support: Assists in answering phones and questions from office walk-ins as needed during busy times, cross-trained on Class Registration and Facilities software use. Handles registrations and information distribution as needed.
Community and Communication: Establishes appropriate links with individuals and organizations in the community to improve Community Education programming for all ages. Establishes appropriate links with other School District employees and groups to improve Community Education programming. Prepares reports and maintains necessary records.
Cardinal Place Coordinator (School Age Childcare) JobID: 2289
Community Education/Community Education
Under the direction of the Community Education Director, the School Age Childcare Coordinator is responsible for planning, promoting, implementing, and maintaining the Cardinal Place before and after school childcare program and full time summer program for school-aged students and their parents.
Cardinal Place is located in each of the district’s three elementary schools (Kennedy, Roosevelt, and Lakeland) and operates as a year-round program. We offer a competitive wage commensurate with experience and education, as well as a comprehensive benefit package.
PARENT AWARE QUALITY COACH
Parent Aware Minnesota—Southern
Families First of Minnesota has an opening for a full-time Parent Aware Quality Coach in its Mankato Office. This position provides guidance, coaching, training, and technical assistance to family and center-based child care providers. The goal is to provide coaching support designed to refine a provider’s interactions with children and thus prepare children for kindergarten. Travel is required.
The ideal candidate will have a 4-year degree in Child Development or 4-year degree in a related field with 24 credits in Child Development. Experience with relationship-based and strength-based coaching is preferred. Ideal candidates will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as being detail-oriented. Interested applicants must be able to receive CLASS Certification. Candidates must have the ability to work with a variety of individuals.
If you or someone you know is interested in applying for this position, please visit our website at https://c2r2.applicantpro.com/jobs/.
Position will remain open until filled. Families First of Minnesota is committed to creating a multi-cultural, bias-free agency.
Youth Enrichment Program Assistant JobID: 11421
Position Type: Community Education/Enrichment Instructor
Date Posted: 1/25/2019
Position: Youth Enrichment Program Assistant
Location: All K-12 Schools (Float)
Work Schedule: 10 am- 6 pm Monday-Friday (8 hours per day)
School Year, Non School Days and Summer: 261
Pay: $16.00 – $17.00
The YE Program Assistant is responsible for implementing and adapting a wide variety of enrichment activities for grades K-12. The YE Program Assistant plays a key role in ensuring that program participants have a safe, supportive, interactive, and enriching program experience while ensuring the safety and security of all program participants.
ISD 622 is a community collaborative dedicated to educating and empowering all learners to excel in oru changing world. As a Curriculum Instructor , the work environment will vary and will consist of on-site and off-site activities as well as outdoor and indoor activities. Activities will take place regularly in the cafeteria, gym, and computer lab; on the playground; at the aquatic parks and various field trip locations throughout the year. Curriculum Instructors must be able to participate and successfully supervise participants in each of these environments.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Plan and lead daily activities for the participants enrolled in assigned programs.
Complete and turn in weekly reports and activity plans for assigned programs.
Assist in planning and implementing a diversified program to include art, science, service learning, recreational activities and more.
Responsible for maintaining the safety of all participants involved in the program.
Resolve conflicts in a positive manner.
Overall responsibility for the efficiency and quality of the program.
Responsible for planning all equipment and supplies necessary to implement activities for the program and communicating needs to Youth Programs Coordinator.
Seek out new ways to improve the quality of the program and devise creative alternatives for routine activities.
Perform other duties as assigned.
4 years experience working with school age students
Willingness to explore and teach a variety of subject areas
Ability to work independently with little supervision
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
High School Diploma
College experience or Bachelor Degree in education, recreation, or other related fields is preferred.
Classroom/child care experience leading instructional programs in arts, science, technology, and/or recreation.
Applicant should be able to lift up to 50 pounds and be able to stand for long periods of time.
The duties of this position may change from time to time. ISD 622 reserves the right to add or delete duties and responsibilities at their discretion. The job description is intended to describe the general level of work being performed. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
ISD 622 is an equal opportunity employer and supports an inclusive workplace environment.
Early Childhood Parent Educator Teachers – South Washington County Schools
Various Buildings (Central Park Woodbury, Valley Crossing, Woodbury and DPC Cottage Grove)
Start Date: ASAP
Competitive compensation to be discussed upon time of offer
Required: Current appropriate MN Parent Educator License
Develop and implement school readiness activities in cooperation with other team members for School Readiness classes
Primary Job Functions:
Apply online including a letter of interest and current resume