Category: School Age and Early Ed Child Care (EdVenture Club)
Job Title: Enrichment Generalist
Contact Name: Nicole Rasmussen
Phone: 763-241-3520 Ext 5505
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Category: School Age and Early Ed Child Care (EdVenture Club)
Job Title: Program Liaison
Contact Name: Nicole Rasmussen
Phone: 763-241-3520 Ext 5505
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Marketing Specialist – Community Services and Recreation JobID: 3107
Marketing Specialist – Community Services and Recreation
0.8 FTE / 32 hrs/wk (0.5 with Community Education and Recreation / 0.3 with Communications and Community Relations)
Salary: Expected starting salary approximately $40,000 / Depending on qualifications and experience.
Performs intermediate administrative work assisting the Director with creating and deploying marketing strategies and materials that enhance the department or District’s presence in the community to increase awareness and engagement in events, activities, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the limited supervision of the Director of Community Education and Recreation.
Education and/or Experience
Bachelor’s degree with coursework in marketing, or related field and minimal experience working in a communication or marketing based position, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
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Posting Closing Date:
Open Until Filled. First review of candidates will be on August 24th.
Families First of Minnesota has an opening for a Full-Year, Full-Time Mentor/Coach Specialist in its 2018-2019 Head Start Program. This position is responsible for coaching and mentoring Families First of Minnesota Early Head Start and Head Start Teachers.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in Early Childhood Education or related field plus two years of classroom experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
If you or someone you know is interested, please visit our website at http://familiesfirst.iapplicants.com/ to submit your resume and cover letter.
Position will remain open until filled. Families First of Minnesota is committed to creating a multi-cultural, bias-free agency.
Faribault Youth Investment is proud to announce that we will be hosting TWO Americorps Promise Fellows in cooperation with the Faribault Community School for the 2018 -2019 school year! Please help us find high quality candidates who are energetic, passionate about youth work (or related field) and are self-motivated! Americorps is a great option for recent college grads looking to gain real world experience, adults looking to make a career change or anyone looking to add meaningful service experience to their resume!
Now you are probably wondering “What do Promise Fellows do?” View THIS VIDEO for information and inspiration! (It’s short!)
Know someone who would be a great fit? Attached is the position description. To apply, candidates must complete an online application. If you or someone you know have questions or want to learn more about becoming an Americorps Promise Fellow, please contact me directly – email@example.com or 507-838-1788. We also have this information posted to our Facebook page.
2018-2019 AMERICORPS PROMISE FELLOW
Title: AmeriCorps Promise Fellow
Placement Site: Faribault Youth Investment
Contact: Becky Ford, Director
Are you passionate about helping youth become happy, healthy and successful? If you are interested in youth
development, social-emotional learning, creating a welcoming school environment or leading service-learning
opportunities, this is the position for you. Join the energetic and innovative team at Faribault Youth Investment and the
Faribault Community School!
Faribault Youth Investment Overview
Faribault Youth Investment and the Faribault Public Schools, in partnership with AmeriCorps Promise Fellows hosted by
the Minnesota Alliance With Youth, will deliver evidence-based programming in efforts to empower identified students
in grades 6-8 in their learning achievement. The Faribault Middle School is comprised of a diverse student body and
devoted staff who are pursuing academic gains and social-emotional wellbeing for all. Interventions will be guided by
implementation of the Check & Connect student engagement model, one of the top-rated dropout prevention programs
in the U.S. Department of Education’s “What Works Clearinghouse.” Students will receive intense, targeted
interventions aimed at increasing attendance and decreasing behavior referrals; all while making a positive connection
to a caring adult. Promise Fellows will also work to connect youth to afterschool clubs designed to improve their 21st
Century skills and work with families in an evening Community School setting to connect them with local supports and
Faribault Youth Investment Promise Fellow Responsibilities
Promise Fellows will be active members of the district’s Check & Connect team as well as the Faribault Community
School staff. They will primarily serve at-risk middle school youth in grades 6-8. Promise Fellows will implement intense,
targeted interventions aimed at: increasing attendance; decreasing behavior referrals; and putting students on track to
succeed academically and socially. Promise Fellows will be responsible for gathering and analyzing data related to
Attendance, Course Performance, and Student Engagement, as well as serving as a Caring Adult in the school building.
Additionally, they will engage students in service and service learning and out-of-school supports. In cooperation with
the Faribault Public Schools’ service-learning coordinator and after school club leaders, Promise Fellows will coordinate
opportunities for youth and families to engage in the service-learning cycle of learning, doing and reflection. Students
will receive intense, targeted interventions aimed at increasing attendance and decreasing behavior referrals; all while
making a positive connection to a caring adult. Promise Fellows will also work to connect youth to afterschool clubs
designed to improve their 21st Century skills and work with families in an evening Community School setting to connect
them with local supports and resources.
General AmeriCorps Promise Fellow Position Responsibilities
Build and foster strong relationships with their selected students.
Coordinate and deliver in and out of school time academic enrichment activities with the goal that at least 30
youth in grades 6-10 will experience academic gains.
Meet regularly with Youth Success Team to review data and identify youth to serve; track student progress; and
determine which interventions to connect to individual students or groups of students.
Develop and organize projects that engage youth participants in service and leadership activities.
Recruit and/or support community volunteers, including family members, to work with youth participants in
areas such as mentoring, tutoring, civic engagement, and college/career exploration.
Provide attendance and behavior coaching for students targeted for needing assistance as determined through
the multi-tiered system of support approach; promote positive behavior expectations.
Maintain data entry for program records, complete ongoing youth assessments and submit weekly and monthly
reports using an online database system with support from site supervisor and site coordinator
Participate in all required Alliance, AmeriCorps, and Host Site meetings and assignments.
General AmeriCorps Eligibility Requirements
Must be at least 18 years old
Have a high school diploma or GED
Be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. National or have status as a Lawful Permanent Resident Alien
Please note that final candidates will be required to successfully pass background checks before being
officially enrolled by Minnesota Alliance With Youth.
General AmeriCorps Promise Fellow Qualifications
Interest and experience in youth, service, education, and non-profit work
Strong written and oral communication skills
Ability to deal effectively with a variety of tasks, priorities, and people in order to meet goals
Ability to work effectively with people of a variety of backgrounds and cultures
Self-motivated, able to work in a team, take initiative and work independently
Ability to present oneself in a highly professional manner and be an ambassador of the program
Site Specific Qualifications
Two years of college-level courses
Previous experience working with diverse youth
Bilingual in English and Spanish or Somali
Monday-Thursday 11:00am-8:00pm, Friday 7:30am-3:30pm
Promise Fellows must serve in a full time capacity for a minimum of 40 hours per week during their term.
Promise Fellows may NOT be in school full time or have another full time position and serve with the Alliance.
As a full-term AmeriCorps member, Promise Fellows serve in a full-time (40 hours per week minimum) capacity for a
total of 1720 hours (minimum) from September 1st to July 31st (staggered start dates available beyond Sept 1st) and
receive: Modest Living Allowance (approximately $624 twice per month, pre-tax); Health and Dental Insurance;
Qualified Federal Student Loan Forbearance; Qualified Childcare Assistance; $5,920 Education Award upon successful
completion of service; Ongoing, extensive support and training. Additional benefits information is available at
TO APPLY: Please visit https://mnyouth.net/americorps or contact the site contact listed above
For general questions about serving as an AmeriCorps member through Minnesota Alliance With Youth, please contact
our Recruitment Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-587-0531.
We are committed to recruiting and engaging individuals without regard to disability, gender, race, religion, or
This position may not displace another employee or position in any way.
Reasonable accommodations provided upon request for interviews and service activities.
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Volunteer Services Coordinator
Category: Classified – Community Ed – Parent Involvement/Volunteer Services Coordinator
Date Posted: 8/7/2018
Location: Evergreen Park Elementary School
Date Closing: 08/14/2018
Posting # 4022
Volunteer Services Coordinator
Part-Time 17 hours/week
Recruit volunteers, initiate training and supervision, recognize volunteers’ contributions and provide risk management. Promote volunteerism and facilitates partnership between volunteers and school staff by communicating with people in a positive, productive manner.
Duties: Provide building leadership and direction for volunteer program. Partner and collaborate with school administration to facilitate strong, respectful work relationships between volunteers and staff. Ensure proper recruitment takes place to meet school needs for volunteers, and sustain an effective volunteer program. Effectively schedule volunteers’ work-time to maximize the use of their time and talents. Provide on-going and appropriate recognition for volunteers. Track, record and maintain volunteers’ information and records on database. Maintain open lines of communication with staff and volunteers. Be available for clarification and troubleshooting during work on an ongoing basis. Respond to email and voicemail messages in a timely manner. Report information on volunteer program as required by Parent Involvement. Participate in monthly District VSC meetings and other scheduled inservices/trainings. Perform other duties as assigned by building principal and Volunteer Services Supervisor.
Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent. Strong oral and written communication skills and organizational skills. Hands on volunteer experience. Computer skills and knowledge. Ability to maintain regular attendance, including completing an assigned day. Must be able to lift a minimum of 20 pounds. Ability to perform position responsibilities including physical factors, work devices and materials handling, data functions, and people functions.
Preferred Qualifications: 4 year college degree preferred. Experience in school parent organizations, paid volunteer coordination, public speaking, supervisory and management preferred. An understanding of the Anoka-Hennepin Volunteer Services Program preferred.
Rate of pay: $14.92/hour.
Start Date: 8/27/18.
All Applicants must complete the Anoka-Hennepin Schools online application at www.ahschools.us/employment
Adult Basic Education Instructor JobID: 1769
Hillside Adult Basic Education
Apps reviewed imm
POSTING #: 1769
Per Adult Education calendar, morning hours to be arranged, approximately 600 hours for the 2018-2019 school year.
Instruct and/or arrange learning opportunities for students based on individual needs in all subject areas needed for Adult Basic Education (ABE), GED, and high school diploma (credit recovery)
Teach ABE, ESL, and certificate courses as needed. Work with students individually and in classroom setting as needed.
Provide a welcoming, engaging environment for adult learners
Monitor learner progress and maintain accurate learner records in compliance with ABE policies.
Supervise and assist classroom tutors.
Work in direct cooperation with Coordinator and other team members to provide learning opportunities and support services as needed for adult learners.
Demonstrate sensitivity to diversity in cultural heritage, lifestyles, and value systems among students and families.
Minimum BA/BS Degree, Current State of Minnesota teaching license. Special Education licensure preferred. Experience working with adults; familiarity with CASAS and TABE testing helpful. Computer literacy required.
Based on the Sauk Rapids-Rice Education Association Master Agreement ABE/ECFE salary schedule.
Applications accepted online at www.isd47.org/employment until filled.
Applications reviewed beginning immediately.
Candidates must pass a criminal background check in order to be eligible for employment.
School Age Care (SAC) Program Assistant JobID: 8686
Community Education/School-Age Care Program Assistant
SCHOOL AGE CARE (SAC) PROGRAM ASSISTANT – Multiple Openings
Eden Prairie Schools is seeking School Age Care (SAC) Program Assistants (multiple openings) to assist in the implementation and delivery of the Eagle Zone school-age care program, and in the support of out-of-school-time programming at the site level in accordance with quality assessment tools. Please see the attached job description for complete details about this position.
School Age Care (SAC) Program Assistant
MSEA Level 1
RATE OF PAY:
HOURS PER DAY: TBD. Schedule will be between the hours of 6:00-9:00 AM and/or 3:00-6:00 PM.
WORKING DAYS PER YEAR: Varies
Education/Certification:High school graduate or equivalent.
First Aid and CPR certification preferred. Training will be required for all staff. The program will offer training to all staff who are not certified.
Experience:Two years of experience working with children, planning, organizing, and promoting programs, preferred.
Experience working with volunteers preferred.
One-year successful experience working with elementary aged children in a childcare or education setting, preferred.
To learn more about Eden Prairie Schools, please visit our website at: http://www.edenpr.org
EDEN PRAIRIE SCHOOLS IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Eden Prairie Public Schools is committed to providing equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with all applicable Equal Opportunity laws, directives and regulations of Federal, State and Local governing bodies or agencies. Eden Prairie Public Schools does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission, disability, sexual orientation or age.
CENTENNIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT is located in the northern suburbs of the Twin Cities metropolitan area of St. Paul. The school district is primarily a residential community with commercial services in the area. Five elementary schools (K-5), one middle school (6-8), one high school (9-12), one area learning center, and one early childhood center serve the 6,500+ enrolled students. A faculty of 400+ and support staff of 400+ deliver the district’s educational services.
Kids Club Site Managers (various buildings)
Description: Kids Club Site Manager – Centennial Elementary or Rice Lake Elementary and Golden Lake Elementary- 35-40 hours per week – 7-8 hours per day – split shift (5:45 AM to 9:45 AM and 2 PM to 6 PM or 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM and 12:30 PM to 5:30 PM) – beginning August 27, 2018 Develop and implement before and after school activities for K-5 children in school age child care. Provide primary supervision of children, plan and implement age-appropriate curriculum, and design/maintain safe and stimulating environments for children. Supervise child care staff. Assist program coordinator with other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent combination of post secondary education and experience; school age child care experience; knowledge of social development of school-aged children, good communication and interpersonal skills required; and current CPR and first aid certification
Wages: Begins at $16.87/hour. Benefits as per the current Kids Club contract.
Kids Club Assistant Site Managers (various buildings)
Description: 31.25-33.75 hours per week – split shifts (6:30 AM – 9:45 AM and 3 PM to 6 PM or 5:45 AM to 9:30 AM and 3 PM to 6 PM); begins August, 2018. Assist to develop and implement before and after school activities for K-5 children in school age child care. Provide supervision of children, help plan and implement age-appropriate curriculum and assist with the design. Maintain safe and stimulating environments for children. Assist program coordinator with other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: School age child care experience preferred; knowledge of social development of school-aged children, good communication and interpersonal skills required; and current CPR and first aid certification
Wages: Begins at $13.60/hour. Benefits as per the current Kids Club contract.
Kids Club Worker (various buildings)
Description: Kids Club Workers – Various Buildings – 1.25 to 2.5 hrs/day – Monday through Friday – 7 AM to 9:30 AM or 7:30 AM to 8:45 AM. Beginning the 2018-19 school year. Responsibilities: Assist with supervision of children, assist with design and maintenance of safe and stimulating environment, assist with planning and implementing age-appropriate curriculum, assist site manager and program coordinators with other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Combination of child care experience and/or post secondary education.
Wages: Begins at $12.18 per hour. Benefits as per the current Kids Club contract.
To apply on-line. Go to our website at www.isd12.org. Click on “Employment” on the upper right side of the page and follow the instructions to begin the application process. On-line applications must be received by Friday, August 24, 2018.
PreK Teacher JobID: 3388
Elementary School Teaching/Early Childhood
Description: Roseville Area Schools is seeking applicants for a PreK teacher for children ages 3 – 5. This teaching position will focus on providing literacy rich activities while also supporting children’s physical, intellectual, social and emotional development. The position is approximately 37.5 hours per week.
Ideal candidates will have experience working with groups of children in an early childhood environment, knowledge of child development and developmentally appropriate practice, and teaching experience in developing, modifying and implementing curriculum and learning environments for young children.
A Minnesota teaching license in Early Childhood, PreK and/or birth – grade 3 is preferred.
Starting Salary: $26.44 per hour.
Application Timeline: This Notice of Vacancy will be posted until August 20, 2018
Equity Vision: Roseville Area Schools is committed to ensuring an equitable and respectful educational experience for every student, family, and staff member, regardless of race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, ability, home or first language, religion, national origin, age, or physical appearance. Roseville Area Schools seeks individuals who embody this commitment.