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Explorers Program Manager for Minnetonka Community Education, 1.0 FTE (full-time 12 months per year)

JobID: 6133

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Position Type: Community Education/Program Manager

Date Posted: 5/4/2021

Location:  Minnetonka Community Education

Date Available: June 2021

Closing Date: 05/17/2021

Position Summary:
The Explorers Program Manager is responsible for the development and administration of all aspects of a high quality district-wide childcare program for children ages 3 years through 5th grade, including before- and after-school care, all-day programming for 3- and 4-year olds including preschool activities, non-school day care, and summer program.  This position oversees seven sites and a staff of approximately 100, and is responsible for ensuring the safe and effective operation of the program.

Job Responsibilities: 
Recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate staff and volunteers.
Develop and manage staff schedules and assignments, including scheduling substitutes, in accordance with all applicable District and state guidelines.
Monitor required professional development and provide staff with in-service opportunities; develop several training sessions throughout the year; and ensure that all in-service training aligns with District goals and with early childhood staff development.
Facilitate bi-weekly site supervisor meetings, and conduct regular meetings with all staff providing program leadership.
Manage curriculum development for activities and classes.
Responsible for the continual well-being of approximately 1,000 children in the program, which includes individual conferences, as needed, with parents, children and staff.
Maintain accountability in all aspects of the program complying with standards and guidelines of accreditation, the school district, and state of Minnesota. Develop, implement and disseminate program guidelines with staff and parents.
Supervise the design and maintenance of a safe, positive environment which meets the physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs of the children in an inclusive setting.
Communicate regularly with parents through written and verbal means; facilitate parent advisory meetings.
Assist in marketing program throughout the District and the community; evaluate participant surveys.
Manage payroll; oversee time off schedule for staff.
Establish room schedules in collaboration with building leadership and Buildings & Grounds staff; update facility permits as needed.  Oversee movement of equipment to and from summer sites.
Oversee attendance records, field trip arrangements, supply expenditures, program registration and the billing process.
Assist the Youth & Adult Programs Coordinator with required reporting on the program as necessary.
Collaborate with Food Services in developing menu and schedule for lunch and snacks for all sites, in accordance with budget.
Participate in annual Community Ed activities, including Preschool Open House, family Explorers events and MCE events including Tour de Tonka.
Maintain a high level of confidentiality and professionalism.
Perform other duties of a similar nature or level.

Job Qualifications:
B.A. or B.S. in education, youth development, or a related degree.
Proven competencies in supervision, evaluation, and child development. Evidence of successful experience in program planning and leadership.  40 hours of in-service required annually.
K-12 or Early Childhood teaching license preferred but not required.
Certificate in First Aid and CPR
Evidence of excellent communication and organizational skills.
Evidence of the ability to work with a minimum of supervision, to prioritize and handle multiple tasks.
Demonstrated ability to maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
Strong interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information, receive work direction and facilitate conflicts.

Salary and Benefits:
Minimum starting salary $62,000 with actual placement dependent upon experience and qualifications.
Benefit eligible position.

 

May 10th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Adult Basic Education Instructor (Mora)                        JobID: 5205

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Position Type: Teaching

Date Posted: 5/3/2021

Location: Community Education

Date Available: asap

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Requirements:
State of Minnesota Teaching License K-12.
Prefer strong background in teaching math and working with adult learners.
Successful background check.

Skills Needed:
Thorough knowledge of subjects taught (Math, Science, Social Studies, and Reading).
Thorough knowledge of principles of adult education and effective teaching.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with professionals, staff, and students.Exemplifies the following Five Character Traits:Compassion
Respect
Responsibility
Self-discipline
Honesty
The mission of Cambridge-Isanti Schools, as the leader in innovative education offering unlimited options and opportunities, is to develop well-rounded individuals who excel in leadership, achieve at the highest levels and are responsible citizens, through highly effective staff addressing the unique needs of each individual in partnership with parents, students, and a unified community.

Specific Tasks:
Teach Adult Basic Education/GED classes to adults at Recovering Hope, Mora.
Develops lesson plans and instructional materials meeting the participants’ needs and interests.
Assesses and evaluates student needs.
Provides instruction in individual or group settings.
Remain knowledgeable with the most current policies for GED testing.
Enter data into SID and closely monitor learners’ post-test needs and level gain status.

Hours Per Day:
Average of 6.25 hours/week (Mondays and Wednesdays 1-3:30 pm).
Please note: this position may be combined with Adult Basic Education Developmental Math Instructor (Job ID 5291)

Rate of Pay:
Schedule D in Cambridge-Isanti Teacher Contract
Starting at $26.33-$30.02/hr Depending on Qualifications

May 5th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Adult Basic Education Developmental Math Instructor                  JobID: 4442

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Position Type: Teaching

Date Posted: 5/3/2021

Location: Education Services Center

Date Available: August 2021

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Requirements:
State of Minnesota Teaching License K-12 (Sub license does not qualify)
Prefer strong background in teaching math and working with adult learners
Prefer some knowledge of Post-secondary developmental education
Successful background check required

Skills Needed:
Thorough knowledge of math (foundational math through algebra).
Thorough knowledge of principles of adult education and effective teaching.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with professionals, staff, and students.Exemplifies the following Five Character Traits:Compassion
Respect
Responsibility
Self-discipline
Honesty
The mission of Cambridge-Isanti Schools, as the leader in innovative education offering unlimited options and opportunities, is to develop well-rounded individuals who excel in leadership, achieve at the highest levels and are responsible citizens, through highly effective staff addressing the unique needs of each individual in partnership with parents, students, and a unified community.

Our program is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity of our teaching staff.

Specific Tasks:Work collaboratively with the Anoka Ramsey Community College-Cambridge Campus Math Instructor to deliver an accelerated “Mathematical Foundations with Elementary Algebra Course” (Math 0230) Fall and Spring semesters (1 semester = 18 weeks)
Independently teach Math 0080 (lowest-level developmental math class) beginning Spring semester of 2022.
Plan and deliver “just in time” ABE math content delivery, study skills, etc., on opposite days of the ARCC-Math Instructor’s lectures to students in Math 0230.
Attend the ARCC math instructor lecture hours to provide additional support to students.
Invite guest speakers from college services (counseling, advising, TRIO, etc.) to visit ABE “lab” days.
Ensure all ABE content presented in class is aligned to ABE state standards (CCRS, ACES, Northstar).
Administer TABE Math pre- and post- tests
Communicate regularly with the Adult Basic Education Coordinator as to the progress of students and provide necessary updates on the status of the class.
Be flexible, energetic, and engaging in your teaching style and delivery.
Be committed to working with diverse student populations with a variety of needs and challenges.

Hours Per Day:
Fall ’21 Semester will consist of one section of Math 0230 (18 weeks long, 6.25 hours/week). Spring ’22 Semester will consist of one section of Math 0230 and one section of Math 0080 (18 weeks long, approximately 12.5 hours per week total).
Rate of Pay:
Schedule D in Cambridge-Isanti Teacher Contract
Starting at $26.33-30.02/hr DOQ

May 5th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

School Age Childcare Program Aide                         JobID: 1926

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Position Type: Community Education/School Age Care Program Aide

Date Posted: 4/14/2021

Location: Linwood Elementary School

Date Available:
asap

Closing Date:
4/30/21 or until filled

Application deadline date April 30, 2021or until filled

Position Title: School Age Care Program Aide

Location:  Linwood Elementary

Work Schedule:   5.75 hours/day, 5 days per week and 52 weeks per year (3.25 AM & 2.5 PM hours), The pay rate is $15.57 per hour.

Job Description:  Carry out duties as assigned by the site or assistant site manager.   Maintain a safe, supervised program.  Build positive relationships with children, families and co-workers.

Qualifications: Knowledge of and experience with Type 1 Diabetes preferred.  18+ years old, course work in education or childcare and/or experience working with school-aged children preferred.  Current CPR, AED and First Aid certificate preferred.

Start Date:  ASAP

For more information, please feel free to contact Sue Waataja at 651-982-8364 or Nancy Siefert at 651-982-8316.

May 3rd, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Community Education Program Coordinator- Adult Basic Education, Licensed Staff           JobID: 5283

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Position Type: Coordinator/Adults Basic Education (ABE)

Date Posted: 4/27/2021

Location: Adult Enrichment Center

Date Available: on or about 6/1/21

Closing Date: 5/7/21 or until filled

Requirements:
Minnesota Teaching License.  Valid MN Driver’s license required. Successful background check required.
3-5 years of experience in an Adult Basic Education program, teaching experience, coordinating experience preferred.

Skills Needed:
Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of adult education programs; comprehensive knowledge of professional practices applicable to adult educational programs and students; ability to express ideas effectively both orally and in writing; ability to plan and supervise the work of teachers, teacher assistants; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school officials, teachers and students, and community organizations.Exemplifies the following Five Character Traits:Compassion
Respect
Responsibility
Self-discipline
Honesty
The mission of Cambridge-Isanti Schools, as the leader in innovative education offering unlimited options and opportunities, is to develop well-rounded individuals who excel in leadership, achieve at the highest levels and are responsible citizens, through highly effective staff addressing the unique needs of each individual in partnership with parents, students, and a unified community.

Specific Tasks:
Coordinates, administers and provides educational leadership for the Adult Basic Education (ABE) program in the school districts of Braham, Cambridge-Isanti, Mora, and Princeton.
Supervises the work activities of the ABE professional, support, and volunteer staff.  Develops and executes promotional materials.  Responsible for fiscal oversight.

Hours Per Day:
205 days per year
8 hours per day
$52,800 -$56,100 DOE, as per contract

Benefit eligible position: medical ($900 out of pocket max for single coverage and $1500 out of pocket max for single +1 or family coverage!), dental, and optical insurance, supplemental insurance available through Aflac (we have the industry’s lowest rates!), district-paid long-term disability coverage, district-paid life insurance policy (two times your salary!), retirement plan options plus district match, sick days, personal days, paid holidays, and more! Don’t delay, apply online today!

April 29th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Office Assistant – (10 month – Classification D)                 JobID: 7021

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Position Type: Administrative Support Staff/General Office Secretary

Date Posted: 4/28/2021

Location: Edina Community Center

 Internal Applicant Deadline: Friday, May 7th at 4:00pm

Purpose of Position:
Provides support to building administration by answering inquiries, assisting with financial processes, and completing school office duties.
Please use the link below to view the full job description.

Required Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalent.
Intermediate computer skills.
Must have intermediate skills using Microsoft Office products.
Experience in managing and analyzing data.
Interest in working in a school district environment.
Knowledge of district and school policies and procedures.
Detail-oriented with proven ability to be consistently accurate.
Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Ability to effectively communicate with students, employees, and visitors.
Ability to effectively collaborate with employees.
Ability to follow written and verbal instructions.

Preferred: Experience in a school setting, with previous training/experience in the Eleyo system.

Application Procedure:
Apply online.

Range of Pay: $3,432-3,608/month depending on experience directly relating to the position

April 28th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Director of Community Education                             JobID: 4341

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Position Type:
Administration

Date Posted:
4/27/2021

Location:
District Wide

Date Available:
07/01/2021

Closing Date:
05/16/2021

Application Procedure:A  Please apply online at: https:www.isd15.org/jobs (only online applications will be accepted).

Hours Per Day:  8

Type of Position:  (X)  Continuing      (   )  Temporary

Salary:  $121,905-$128,322
Supervisor of Position:  Superintendent of Schools

Required Qualifications:
Current Minnesota Community Education Director license
5 years successful administrative experience
Strong knowledge and experience in supervising community education programs
Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
Experience in developing and monitoring budgets
Knowledge of district level maintenance operations
Strong commitment to local communities within ISD 15

Summary of Duties:  The Community Education Director will be responsible to manage, direct and coordinate all community service functions of the district, act as a liaison with community groups and stakeholders, supervise the district grounds department and communications. Serve on the Superintendent’s Cabinet, and provide leadership to district administration team.

April 27th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Assistant Supervisor – Community Education
Saint Paul Public Schools #625
1780 W. 7th Street

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April 27th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities

FAIRMONT AREA SCHOOLS is seeking a full-time CER Director, effective for the 2021-22 school year.  The Director must hold Minnesota Administrative Licensure as Community Education Director through the Minnesota Department of Education or must obtain licensure by June 30, 2022.  Comprehensive benefit package available.  Salary negotiable, but no less than $60,000.  Job description attached.   Position open until filled.  Apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/fairmont/onlineapp/.

Director of Community Education and Recreation
Summary
The Director of Community Education and Recreation shall develop, coordinate and
supervise overall operation and staff of the Fairmont Community Education and Recreation
Program. The Director shall be responsible for the administration of a comprehensive
educational, recreational and community service program utilizing school-community
cooperation. Strengthening Community through fostering Cooperation, Collaboration,
Networking and Partnerships to benefit the citizens of the area is an important facet of the
position.
The Director of Community Education and Recreation shall be directly responsible
to the Superintendent of Schools and shall perform such tasks as deemed necessary for an
effective and comprehensive CER Program.

Qualifications
The Director shall possess a minimum of a four-year baccalaureate degree in community
education, education, or related field. Background experience essential to implementing and
maintaining a successful CER program is recommended. Excellent communication, problem
solving, decision making, fiscal management, time management, organizational skills and
community leadership experience. Grant writing experience also recommended.
The Director must hold Minnesota Administrative Licensure as Community Education
Director through the Minnesota Department of Education Personnel Licensing Section or must
obtain licensure by June 30, 2022.

Responsibilities
• Promote positive public relations and excellent customer service with all populations in the
community.
• Direct the overall process of community education and recreation development
• Responsible for the administration of a comprehensive community services program
• Organize and facilitate a representative Citizens Advisory Council on Community
Services as required by state legislation (MS s 121.86)
• Promote maximum, efficient and respectful use of city and school facilities, equipment and
other resources.
• Continually strive to follow a policy to reduce and/or eliminate program duplication.
• Serve as CER representative or liaison to community, city, school, county, state and other
community entities for the purpose of cooperation, collaboration, community engagement
and networking to share program ideas, build partnerships and improve program services.
• Monitor the administration and community services funding of the Community Education
and Recreation Program to ensure compliance with established school policy, state
guidelines and legislation.
• Submit annual state reports as required by Minnesota Department of Education.
• Establish offerings and service for all ages in educational, recreational, service and
enrichment opportunities including recruitment and hiring of appropriate staff.
• Identify the availability of public and private funding resources including grants and review
eligibility guidelines as well as potential collaborations to consider.

April 13th, 2021

Posted In: Career Opportunities