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Adult Academic Program/Adult Basic Education Director         JobID: 6070

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Position Type:  Program Directors

Date Posted:  3/23/2023

Location:  Crystal Learning Center

Closing Date:  Until Filled

Adult Academic Program/Adult Basic Education Director

Program Directors Terms and Conditions of Employment
Job level 4 (annual salary of $76,980 to $94,459) based on the 2022-23 salary schedule
Full time, 52 weeks per year

Develop, implement, supervise and evaluate assigned divisions and programs to ensure program success. Provide overall leadership and administration for assigned divisions and programs. This position is part of the Community Education leadership team, reports to the Executive Director of Community Education and is responsible for the following Adult Academic/Adult Basic Education programs:Basic skills, English as a Second Language, adult diploma, GED, college prep. Classes for Adults who have suffered a brain injury or stroke, Career Pathway programming, on-site program at Hennepin Technical College
Alternative high school/Academy ALC
Family Literacy programming in coordination with Early Childhood Family Education
Pearson Vue Testing Center – at Crystal Learning Center and the Adult Correctional Facility
PANDA Supplemental Service provider
Workforce education at business sites
Consortium manager/fiscal agent for consortium that includes AAP and the Adult Correctional Facility in Plymouth

Determine staffing needs, establish job criteria, interview, hire, train, supervise, evaluate and dismiss licensed and non-licensed program staff
Develop and manage program budgets; allocate resources equitably and efficiently including acting as fiscal agent for the consortium
Prepare funding applications, monitor and report on gifts and grants
Develop appropriate program policies and procedures and maintain accurate program records for local, state and national reports
Define service parameters and establish direction for Adult Basic Education program initiation and expansion
Develop, monitor and evaluate program goals and School Improvement Plan in cooperation with relevant staff
Assess and evaluate services relative to community needs and program priorities
Work cooperatively with Community Education divisions, district staff and the Adult Basic Education department at MDE
Establish and maintain partnerships with other Adult Basic Education programs in the area, the Workforce Center, area employers and with likeminde non-profit organizations working in the field
Establish strategies for building and maintaining community partnerships and collaborations with government agencies, service providers and community, state and national organizations
Work with the Adult Correctional Facility to ensure compliance with state and federal Adult Basic Education requirements and to facilitate reporting and proper procedures for payments/funding
Ensure compliance by all staff in AAP and the Consortium with the requirements of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
Maintain knowledge regarding national and local legislative issues and promote positions that positively represent Community Education and Robbinsdale Area Schools
Maintain appropriate professional memberships and attend meetings and conferences to sustain needed level of competence in assigned areas
Attend occasional meetings in the evening including the Community Education Advisory Council and district events
Other duties as assigned
BA or BS in education, business administration or related degree
K–12 or ABE teaching license preferred
Administrative license preferred
Training specific to adult learners including English Language Learners
Experience in organizational development or administration
Experience in program and staff supervision and budget management
Computer literate (including Microsoft and Google products)
Able to attend work regularly and report to work in a timely manner
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Anh Tran
Human Resources Program Director
4148 Winnetka Avenue N.
New Hope, MN 55427

Equal Opportunity EmployerStudies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every one of the qualifications as described in a job description.

We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We would encourage you to apply, even if you don’t believe you meet every one of our qualifications described.

Equity is one of District 281 core values and is essential to our goal of putting children first to ensure college and career readiness. A diverse workforce fuels innovation and allows us to better understand, communicate with, and educate our students. District 281 will not deny anyone the opportunity for training or employment because of sex, race, religion, color, creed, national origin, marital status, age, sexual preference, disability, or status with regard to public assistance.

March 31st, 2023

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Kid Connection Coordinator      JobID: 7527

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Position Type:  Administration

Date Posted:  3/27/2023

Location:  Community Education

Closing Date:

8 hrs per day, 40 hrs per week
240-250 days per year

Independent position:  Salary depending on # of days, education and experience $56,636-$64,012

Job Summary:
Coordinate, manage, and supervise the staff, systems, and operations of the district wide school age child care programs. Ensure that all program sites provide safe, nurturing, and quality services to meet the needs of students and families.

Job Duties:
In collaboration with the Director of Community Education, develop a vision, strategic plan, set goals and objectives for the programs that support accreditation and the department/district strategic plan.
Determine staffing needs, recruit, select, train, supervise, and evaluate program staff.
Maintain student, staff, and accreditation records, including certifications and professional development.
Supervise programs in accordance with state statutes and provide information and data for the various projects including the Community Education state report.
Facilitate and oversee curriculum development for site activities and events that align with the district’s strategic plan, state guidelines, and developmentally appropriate practices.
See attached job description for additional knowledge, skills and abilities required.

BA/BS degree in education, child development, or related field preferred.
Three to five years of successful leadership experience in school age care or preschool including staff supervision, training, evaluation, and program planning required.
Experience in CCAP preferred.
Experience providing high quality customer service through listening and problem solving.
Excellent verbal, written, and electronic communication skills.
Demonstrates training and experience in group facilitation and conflict resolution.
Proficient using Windows, Apple, and Google computer operating systems, as well as software systems such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, Outlook email, calendar, etc.
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to work on multiple projects.
Demonstrate experience with community collaboration and building partnerships.
Ability to understand and follow data privacy rules and regulations.

Application Procedure:
Applicants please apply online by April 13, 2023. Cover letter and recent letters of reference preferred

March 28th, 2023

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Early Childhood Supervisor    JobID: 7526

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Position Type: Community Education

Date Posted: 3/27/2023

Location: Meadowview/Community Ed

Closing Date:

8 hours per day, 40 hours per week.
240-250 days per year
Independent position:  $49,561-$54,712 depending on days/year, education and experience

Job Summary:
Assists Family Education Coordinator with organization, implementation, supervision and evaluation of growing programs for birth to age 5 and their parents.

AA/BA degree in related field preferred
Minimum of 3 years experience working in youth related programs
Knowledge of ISD 192/Community Education strategic plan and current programming
The ability to relate well to children and parents is required
See attached job description for additional knowledge, skills and abilities required.

Application Procedure:
Please apply online.  Open until April 13, 2023. Cover letter and recent letters of reference preferred.


March 28th, 2023

Posted In: Career Opportunities

K-4 Adventure Club Site Supervisor       JobID: 1424

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Position Type:  Community Education

Date Posted:  3/20/2023

Location:  Hilltop Primary School

Date Available:  Immediately

Closing Date:  Open until filled

Additional Information:  
Westonka Public Schools
Job Description

Position: K-4 Adventure Club Site Supervisor – 12-month position

Department: Community Education and Services

Supervisor: Child Care Coordinator

Locations: Hilltop Primary School

Hours: Monday – Friday (6:15-11:00 a.m. & 2:45 pm- 6:00 pm)

Rate of Pay: Based on education and experience.

Job Summary: Plan, develop, coordinate, promote, and evaluate a high-quality Kindergarten – grade
4 school age care program. Effectively mentor and manage program staff.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education or a related field preferred. Demonstrate
the ability to perform the primary functions of this position. Must possess strong
written and verbal communication, leadership skills, computer skills, and have the
ability to work with diverse groups of people.

1. Develop, plan and implement new program options while maintaining the current
2. Ability to create daily plans that program staff can easily implement in a high quality
before and after school child care program.
3. Provide direct supervision to children enrolled in the program.
4. Attend leadership team meetings, open houses, and other district training as
scheduled by the Child Care Coordinator.
5. Ability to address and resolve student discipline issues for children enrolled in the
6. Provide customer service and establish relationships with parents and children in the
program. Work with parents and district staff to plan for and provide reasonable
accommodations to ensure student success in the program.
7. Monthly email communication to families with children in the program highlighting a
few projects you will be doing that month, special events, upcoming School’s Out Day
reminders, etc.
8. Ability to serve as a strong leader. This includes the ability to supervise, direct,
mentor and evaluate program staff.
9. Responsible for weekly staff schedules and daily communication with program staff.
10. Other responsibilities as assigned by the Child Care Coordinator.
11. Responsibilities during the summer program TBD. When needed, Site Supervisors
may be scheduled to work with our Preschool or Middle School during the summer

For more information about the Adventure Club program please visit our webpage at:

For specific questions related to this position please contact the Child Care Coordinator.
Michelle Baier
Child Care Coordinator

March 28th, 2023

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School Age Childcare Assistant Site Manager         JobID: 2535

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Position Type: Community Education/School Age Childcare

Date Posted:  2/24/2023

Location: Linwood Elementary School

Date Available:  03/14/2023

Closing Date:  Until filled

School Age Childcare Assistant Site Manager

Work Schedule:   6.5 hours per day ~ 5 days per week ~ 52 weeks per year.

Job Description:    Responsible for carrying out the activities and duties assigned by the Childcare Coordinator and Site Manager while maintaining a safe, supervised program where staff are building positive relationships with children, families and co-workers.

Qualifications:  Must be at least 21 years old.  Current CPR, AED and First Aide Certificate required.  MN Child Care Credential or two years of college or at least 2080 hours working in a School Age Childcare Program preferred.

For more information contact Nancy Siefert (651) 982-8316.

March 24th, 2023

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School Age Childcare Site Manager     JobID: 2563

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Position Type:  Community Education/School Age Childcare

Date Posted:  3/23/2023

Location:  Columbus Elementary School

Date Available:  6/09/2023

Closing Date:  4/21/23 or until filled

Position Title: School Age Care Site Manager

Location: Columbus Elementary

Work Schedule:  8 hours per day, 5 days per week and 52 weeks per year

Job Description: Responsible for the program development and daily operations of the Elementary childcare program.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in elementary education or a related field and experience working with school age children is preferred.  Current CPR/AED and First Aid Certificate is required.

Start Date:  6/09/2023

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

March 24th, 2023

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Site Supervisor:
Site Supervisors are responsible for the day-to-day coordination and operation of a Discovery Club site.  Provides supervision and coaching to educational and teaching assistants and hourly staff working at Discovery Club.  Work effectively with and develop relationships with children and families in the program. 40 hours/week, that is contracted and benefits eligible. Posting will close April 5th, 2023.

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March 23rd, 2023

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Group Leader

Full-time/benefits: 32.5 hrs/week. Hourly pay rate based on experience and education.

Job description:
Group Leaders are responsible for planning and implementing engaging activities for Pre-K-5th grade students, building relationships with students, guiding behavior, and giving work direction to part-time staff. This is an Educational Assistant position, 32.5 hour/week, split shift before and after school that is contracted and benefits eligible.

Please follow the link to apply.

March 23rd, 2023

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Childcare Worker:

Part-time afternoon position. The pay is $16.25/hour.

Job description: Childcare workers build relationships with students, lead children through the plan of the day, give support to children with special needs, and are responsible for guiding positive behavior with students.

Job Application:

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March 23rd, 2023

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Prevention Partnerships for Healthy Youth Media Consultant Description
Faribault Public Schools seeks an individual or firm for this media consultant role to assist with the
implementation of the 2.5-year Prevention Partnerships for Healthy Youth (PPHY) grant, focused on
preventing drug and alcohol abuse among Faribault youth. The media consultant will be responsible for
developing and implementing a Positive Community Norms campaign.


Experience in communications, public relations, graphic design or related field and experience
with advertising and placement of media.

Experience working with diverse populations, particularly Somali and Latine communities.

Experience consulting directly with middle/high school students and families.

Knowledge of Faribault and Rice County preferred.

Understanding of social norms or Positive Community Norms a plus.


Duties and Responsibilities are (but not limited to):

Attend Positive Community Norms Trainings at least two times each year, as well as participate
in quarterly webinars and technical assistance opportunities.

Work closely with the PPHY Grant Coordinator and coalition in the development of campaign
materials aimed at correcting misperceptions for student, parent, and community adult

Develop and design branding, logos, brochures, etc.

Develop or work closely with another agency/contractor to develop online and social media

Review local student, parent, and community survey data for the purpose of developing
normative campaign messages and graphics.

Develop communication materials including print, web, radio, direct mail, billboard, promotional
products, social media, press releases, etc.

Work with PPHY Grant Coordinator to conduct communication channel research.

Work with the Rice County Chemical & Mental Health Coalition & PPHY Grant Coordinator to
develop an annual communications plan.
Work with the Coalition Media Workgroup and PPHY Grant Coordinator to devise a plan to pilot
test campaign materials in a timely manner.

Assist with the approval process for all campaign materials before distribution of materials.

Place media buys and implement communications strategies according to the annual
communications plan.


The proposed engagement will run from approximately May 1, 2023, through September 30, 2025. The
project will face significant deadline deliverables, including early in the grant contract; thus, the
contractor will be expected to be ready to begin work quickly at the start of the agreement.

Interested candidates should submit to Janet Lewis Muth (Faribault Public Schools Behavioral Health
Coordinator; the following:
a proposal outlining their interest in this opportunity and previous relevant experience;

a portfolio of comparable past projects;

contact information for three professional references.

Material review will begin on April 14, 2023, and will continue until the contractor is selected.

The maximum value of this consulting contract across the lifetime of the agreement is $43,380.

March 21st, 2023

Posted In: Career Opportunities

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