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Early Learning Family Engagement Specialist      JobID: 8376

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Position Type: UNAFFILIATED/Unaffiliated

Date Posted: 5/9/2022

Location: Early Learning School-ELS

Closing Date: 05/20/2022

Additional Information:

Title Position:   Early Learning Family Engagement Specialist
Unit: Unaffilited – Community Ed
Level: Unaffiliated Level I to II, depending on experience ($55,800 – $77,700); 12-month

Reporting Relationship:
The Early Learning Family Engagement Specialist reports to the Early Learning School Director in collaboration with the Director of Equity and Inclusion and Community Engagement and Partnerships Coordinator.

Basic Function of the Position:
The Early Learning Family Engagement Specialist supports district families and children as they make early education connections. They are a key figure in building and strengthening family to school relationships and partnerships for families that have been historically marginalized.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Position:
Supports early learning staff on building family engagement that leverages student/family strengths and funds of knowledge.
Act as a connection point between families and early learning staff as needed during early relationship development.
Assist leadership in creating and implementing a site improvement plan that addresses family engagement and asset framing of students and their families.
Serve as consultant to individual staff, PLCs and early learning teams on building relationships with families and students.
Work with early learning administration and district leadership to facilitate professional development on culturally responsive teaching strategies and family engagement.
Provide guidance and insight on early learning and district structure changes that will better support authentic inclusion and engagement from historically marginalized populations.
Provide planning and implementation support for transitions between early learning, elementary, middle school and high school.
Serve as part of the district Family Engagement Specialist team.
Provide individualized student and family resources as needed. Refers families to outside agencies (e.g. state agencies, medical professionals, counselors, foundations, charities, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the needs of students and families are met.
Performs other duties as necessary/apparent for the successful implementation of the position.
Conducts home visits to better assess and understand the needs of each family.
Works closely with the Early Childhood Parent Educators to establish strong home/school relationships and provide quality instruction for parents.
Facilitates a strong voice for parents in order to support and encourage parent involvement in their child’s education.
Works closely with the Early Childhood Outreach Specialist to provide assistance to new families as they enroll their children in early education opportunities.
Provides school cultural support for under-represented parents/families; including, but not limited to: school procedures, United States school culture, district technology, school routines and classroom expectations.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
None.

Education and/or Experience: 
BA or BS Degree, preferred. Lived experience as part of an historically marginalized community preferred.

Certificates, Licenses and Registrations: Valid Minnesota Driver’s License, required

Language Skills: Effectively communicate orally and in writing with students, staff, administrators, parents and the community. Somali bilingual or culturally-based work experience, preferred.

Mathematical Skills: Demonstrate ability to apply appropriate math skills in performing daily routines.

Reasoning Ability: Know, interpret and follow school policy. Apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions. Diffuse difficult situations.

Other Skills and Abilities: Demonstrate ability to operate a computer and necessary software. Maintain professional composure while dealing with a variety of personalities and situations. Show initiative and function as a self-starter.  Demonstrate positive and effective working relationships with students, staff, other administrators, parents and the community.

Physical Demands: Perform multiple tasks. Lift at least 50 pound items.

Work Environment: Collaborative work in a fast-paced environment interacting with students, staff, administrators, parents and the community with multiple requests and concerns.  Support and communicate with other administrators and staff.  Must be willing and able to make home visits.

May 10th, 2022

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Early Learning Manager      JobID: 8371

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Position Type:  UNAFFILIATED/Unaffiliated

Date Posted: 5/9/2022

Location: Early Learning School-ELS 
Closing Date: 05/20/2022

Additional Information:  
Title Position: Early Learning Manager
Unit: Unaffiliated – Community Ed
Classification: Level 3 ($75,300 – $91,900)

Reporting Relationship: Reports to the Early Learning School Director

Basic Function of the Position: The Early Learning Manager supports early learning programs including ECFE, part-day and full-day preschool, early childhood special education, early childhood screening, and outreach. Collaborates with families and staff and is responsible for the proper interpretation and performance of the duties and responsibilities of the position.

 Duties and Responsibilities of the Position:
Assist the director with planning and managing early learning programs in accordance with overall program philosophy, goals, and policies and in accordance with certification requirements.
Facilitate and gather feedback from Wayzata Early Learning School staff to review and update needs of the program.
Supervise the development and implementation of a curriculum and environment which meets the social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs of all children.
Support early learning staffing in delivering appropriate assessments to students.
Provide a safe and positive environment.
Serve as a liaison and build positive relationships with students, parents, staff, administration and the communities we serve.
Assist in public relations and outreach for the program.
Responsible for hiring, training, supervising, scheduling and dismissing staff, as necessary.
Supervise and evaluate employees through regular conferences with individuals and by direct supervision and observation.
Design and maintain accurate records (e.g. attendance, sign-in sheets, salary hours, staff CPR, in-service, first aid and Hennepin County records).
Supervise planning of field trips and special events.
Perform other tasks as assigned or apparent.

Education and/or Experience:
A bachelor’s degree in early education, early childhood special education, parent education or related field preferred. A minimum of 3-5 years experience in early childhood education and/or childcare. Strong knowledge of early childhood development and developmentally appropriate practices. Strong knowledge of early childhood best practices including Classroom Engagement Model, Pyramid Model, and Early Childhood Indicators of Progress preferred.
Certificates, Licenses and Registrations: A current license in early childhood education or ability to obtain, preferred.  Valid Minnesota Driver’s License, required.

 Reasoning Ability:
Ability to apply knowledge of development, assessments, learning principles, behavior strategies and environmental variables in making decisions about early learner educational programming.
Ability to design programs and instruct staff to effectively meet student needs.
Ability to be flexible, changing thought processes and plans when necessary.
Prioritize tasks to support an effective program and fulfill job responsibilities.
Other Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrated experience and skills in leadership and program planning.
Demonstrate strong leadership, problem-solving, and coaching skills.
Effectively analyze crisis situations and make safe and appropriate decisions for students, families, and staff.
Display strong communication skills through listening, empathy, positive nonverbal communication, concision, friendliness, confidence, respect, open-mindedness, respect, and compassion.
Ability to collaborate with a variety of teams including parents, staff, and other professionals.
Ability to maintain confidentiality as appropriate.

 

May 10th, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Kids’ Campus Lead Staff-Hastings (2 Positions)

Kids’ Campus Lead Staff at John F. Kennedy Elementary (Responsible for supervision of Kids’ Campus Site)
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 https://www.applitrack.com/HastingsISD/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?Category=Community+Education&AppliTrackJobId=574&AppliTrackLayoutMode=detail&AppliTrackViewPosting=1

Kids’ Campus Lead Staff at Christa McAuliffe Elementary (Responsible for supervision of Kids’ Campus Site)
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https://www.applitrack.com/HastingsISD/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?Category=Community+Education&AppliTrackJobId=1015&AppliTrackLayoutMode=detail&AppliTrackViewPosting=1

May 9th, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Youth Recreation Program Manager, 1.0 FTE                JobID: 6750

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Position Type: Community Education-Program Managers/Program Manager
Date Posted: 5/6/2022
Location: Minnetonka Community Education Center (MCEC)
Date Available:  ASAP
Closing Date: open until filled
Assignment: Full-time, full year assignment, including some evenings and weekends.

Salary & Benefits:      
$50,000 Starting Salary
Benefit eligible position
Position covered by School Board Policy #440

Primary Objective of Position:
To develop, plan, organize and supervise high quality District-wide youth recreation programs including a basketball league, before school, after school and summer camps and classes and event planning for several small and large community events.

Job Responsibilities:
Plan, schedule, and oversee classes and programs.
Recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate staff.
Manage all aspects of a large youth basketball league, including hiring referees, player evaluation, team formation, coach recruitment and training, practice and games schedules, and site supervision. Plan and carry out tournaments.
Contract with program providers and manage vendor relationships.
Assist with program marketing throughout the District and the community.
Maintain class information for catalog and web site.
Manage registration and payroll.
Review and assess program enrollment and class evaluations; provide regular reports to Coordinator.
Communicate regularly with school administrators, secretaries, instructors, service providers, and parents.
Plan and execute events each year.  Duties include managing event registration, event logistics and event day support.
Plan and implement new programs to meet changing community needs.
Support Minnetonka Community Education major events including Youth Triathlon, Firecracker Run, Tour de Tonka and Fall de Tonka Being available for the Youth Triathlon in May
Being available for the Tonka Trail Trot in May
Being available for the annual July 4 Firecracker running event
Being available for the annual Tour de Tonka bike ride on the first Saturday in August
Being available for the annual Fall de Tonka bike ride on the last Sunday in September
Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Qualifications:
B.A. or B.S. in recreation, youth development, or a related degree.
Evidence of successful experience in program planning and leadership.
Evidence of innovation, creativity and self-initiative.
Evidence of excellent communication, data management, reporting and organizational skills.
Evidence of the ability to work with a minimum of supervision.
Evidence of ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks.
Demonstrated ability to relate well to youth and adults
Demonstrated ability to maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
Strong interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, volunteers, the community, vendors, instructors, etc.
The ability to coordinate programs within budget guidelines.
Current certification in First Aid and CPR.

May 9th, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Adult Basic Education Coordinator/Instructor        JobID: 4912

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Position Type: Community Education Programs

Date Posted: 4/14/2022

Location: St. Francis Learning Center

Date Available: 08/29/2022

Closing Date: Open until Filled

Application Procedure: To be considered for this vacancy, applicant must complete the on-line application process and indicate interest in this specific job number. Applications received no later than April 28, 2022 will receive first consideration; position will remain open until filled.

Up to $8000 Hiring and Retention Bonus Possible: through a grant from The Come Teach in Minnesota Program, licensed teachers who are American Indian or people of color, and who move to Minnesota may be eligible for a hiring bonus of up to $2,500. If eligible teachers are serving in a licensure shortage area, the hiring bonus may be up to $4,000. A retention bonus equal to the hiring bonus may also apply. Learn more about this program here.

Date Available:  08/29/2022

Hours Per Day:  1160 total hours as arranged with supervisor (Requires some evenings per week)

Type of Position:   (X)  Continuing      (   )  Temporary
Salary: As per Teachers Work Agreement
Supervisor of Position:  Chris Lindquist, Director of Community Education
Qualifications: Valid Minnesota K-12 Teaching License (or ESL or ABE license); strong communication organizational and technology skills; experience in an ESL or ABE academic program with adults is preferred.  Knowledge of GED standards and requirements, general knowledge of state and federal ABE laws, rules and guidelines required.
Summary of Duties: Instruct adult students individually or in small or large groups and engage the community to facilitate program growth.
Under the direction of the Community Education Director, the ABE Coordinator/Instructor is responsible for guiding, instructing and supporting students ages 17 years and older in pursuing academic goals in the areas of GED preparation, adult diploma, English acquisition and proficiency; Accuplacer preparation; American citizenship preparation; acculturation and employment. Perform other duties as assigned in support of instructional efforts including participating in professional development activities.

As site coordinator, duties include providing coordination and direction to ABE Assistants and program volunteers, maintain all student records including attendance and transcripts, maintain and develop curriculum that best supports the needs of the students and support strong partnership with Metro North ABE.
See Teachers-ABE Teacher job description for more details.

The policy of the school district is to provide equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. The school district does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, sexual orientation, including gender identity or expression, age, family care leave status, or veteran status. The school district also makes reasonable accommodations for disabled employees.

May 6th, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) Parent Educator      JobID: 3786

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Position Type: Community Education

Date Posted: 4/29/2022

Location: Community Education

Date Available: 08/24/2022

Closing Date: Open until filled

Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) Teacher / Parent Educator
Posting # 3780

Position is .99 FTE (benefit eligible).

Internal posting dates: 4/29/22 – 5/4/22
External posting dates: 5/5/22 – until filled

Duties of this position will include Early Childhood Family Education classes, seminars, events; Early Childhood Screening; home visits/community outreach
Varied schedule Mondays-Fridays to include evenings and some weekends

Questions regarding this position should be directed to Tiffany Grams Farkas, Early Childhood Coordinator, gramst@colheights.k12.mn.us, 763-528-4518

Interested applicants should apply online at www.colheights.k12.mn.us

Interviews will be scheduled at the request of the School District.

Major Responsibilities
Performs intermediate professional work guiding parents and future students to the successful preparation for
kindergarten through practice, role playing, educational exercises and special projects; performing home visits to
evaluate learning environment, and related work as apparent or assigned.  Work is performed under the limited
supervision of the Early Childhood Coordinator.

Qualifications
Minnesota Education Degree (License) in parent/family teaching.
Experience working in a multi-cultural setting and with diverse groups of people preferred.
Alternatives to the qualifications as the Superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable will also be considered.
Valid driver’s license in the State of Minnesota.

Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in education, early childhood education, parent education, or related field and minimal experience
working in family studies, early childhood, elementary or secondary education, or equivalent combination of education
and experience.

Essential Functions
Creates curriculum learning plans to fit with families with children aged birth to five (5) years of age; plans parent education classes based on the needs of the participants and community members.
Facilitates parent education groups and discussions; provides information, skills and assistance to parents to help them prepare their children for kindergarten.
Conducts educational environment home visits.
Provides support, assistance, and referrals to families concerning individual needs, issues or concerns; consults with other district professionals and community agencies to form goals and consistent application of learning methods.
Provides relevant, effective and research based information.
Assists with supporting parents in their role.
Helps to improve the quality of interaction between parent and child.
Plans and facilitates learn-through-play sessions for parents and their children; sets up appropriate play and learning experiences and activities; role models positive adult-child interactions; assists parents with providing discipline and parenting skills.
Plans and participates in special events; assists with set up and cleanup of events; helps plan and lead activities with families.
Keeps record of parent attendance; orders parent education materials; helps with report writing; organizes files and records.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Thorough knowledge of district and education principles, practices, policies and procedures; thorough knowledge of the
principles and methodology of effective teaching; thorough knowledge of community education rules, regulations and
procedures; thorough skill preparing or processing child interaction programs and supplies; thorough skill operating
standard office computer equipment and applicable hardware and software; some skill maintaining accurate records both
paper and electronically; ability to establish and maintain standards of behavior; ability to deliver articulate oral
presentations and written reports; ability to effectively communicate with staff, students, parents and other district
stakeholders both orally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain working relationships with associates,
parents, students and community members.

Physical Requirements
This work requires the occasional exertion of up to 10 pounds of force; work regularly requires speaking or hearing,
frequently requires sitting and occasionally requires standing, walking and using hands to finger, handle or feel; work
has standard vision requirements; vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the
spoken word; hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels; work requires preparing and
analyzing written or computer data, operating machines, operating motor vehicles or equipment and observing general
surroundings and activities; work has no exposure to environmental conditions; work is generally in a quiet location
(e.g. library, private offices).

May 5th, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Secretary, Adult Options in Education        JobID: 5330

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Position Type: Secretarial/Clerical/Secretary/Clerical

Date Posted: 3/30/2022

Location: Eisenhower Community Center

Closing Date: Until Filled

Schedule: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM, 30 hours/week, 238 days/year

Salary: Clerical Class 2: $15.13 – $20.73

SECTION II:  JOB SUMMARY

The Adult Option In Education (AOIE) Secretary will provide clerical support to the Adult Education Program of Hopkins, St. Louis Park, and Minnetonka Schools. Serve as program receptionist, answering questions through phone calls and interacting with potential students visiting the Adult Options office. Enter data, maintain files and report AOIE data of student records, registration, and enrollment. Oversee the Adult Options in Education Pearson Vue Test Center. Proctor GED and professional exams.
SECTION III:  ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Greet visitors and callers, handle their inquiries, and direct them appropriately according to their needs.
  • Answer, screen, and forward telephone calls or emails, providing information, taking messages, and scheduling appointments. Make appointment reminder calls.
  • Work with various Google Docs
  • Maintain a student database for AOIE student records including entries and exits, classes, attendance hours, goals, test assessments, and reports.
  • Compile student information for various reports including the annual Adult Basic Education report.
  • Maintain organized, accurate, confidential files of student records.
  • Communicate regularly with AOIE program staff regarding student assessments, goals, and attendance.
  • Provide support for special activities including GED graduation and staff workshops.
  • Maintain office information displays including business cards, brochures, etc..
  • Proofread documents for accuracy.
  • Monitor copiers, troubleshoot, maintain paper supply, etc. necessary to ensure proper operation. Call for service as needed.
  • Make copies of a variety of printed material.
  • Provide support to AO staff.
  • Provide support and back up to Lead Secretary.
  • Assist in training of new AOIE support staff.
  • Participate in database training sessions, in-services, administrative meetings, and ABE conferences.
  • Proctor Exams for the AO’s Pearson VUE test center. Prepare and proctor testing sessions for computer-based exams, monitor computer updates, contact Pearson VUE and /or Hopkins Tech Support as needed.
  • Mail: pickup, distribute, mail out, etc.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

SECTION IV:  KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES 

Knowledge

  • Knowledge of principles and processes for providing good customer service. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
  • Knowledge of clerical procedures such as word processing, mailings, multi phone lines, and other office procedures.
  • Knowledge of computers and computer programs including Microsoft Office, database programs, Word, Excel, Google Drive among other applications.

Skills

  • Demonstrate a customer service orientation toward visitors, students, instructors, and colleagues. Follow through to meet the customer’s needs.
  • Prioritize and schedule work tasks. Complete tasks within deadlines.
  • Produce quality, accurate work.
  • Maintain an effective organizational system.
  • Demonstrate initiative and flexibility to adjust to unexpected changes in work demands.
  • Admit mistakes and learn from them.
  • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Demonstrate a consistent work attitude, an excellent and dependable work commitment.
  • Identify the appropriate action steps to reach goals and carry them out.
  • Maintain a positive attitude in daily routine and in unexpected, stressful or emergency situations.
  • Demonstrate initiative to make things happen.
  • Desire to expand job knowledge and improve performance.

Abilities

  • The ability to listen and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
  • The ability to communicate clearly, orally or in writing.
  • The ability to problem-solve and act independently in decision making within program parameters.
  • The ability to creatively problem-solve with co-workers and instructors.
  • The ability to work effectively as a team member.
  • The ability to use a multi-line telephone, computer, copier/printer, and fax machine.
  • The ability to concentrate on a task over a period of time despite distractions.
  • The ability to assume initiative and work independently.
  • The ability to multi-task.
  • The ability to work effectively with people from various backgrounds and cultures.
  • The ability to adapt to changes in workflow and program focus.

SECTION V:  EDUCATION / CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent. Foreign diplomas accepted.

SECTION VI:  EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS 

  • Clerical support and customer service experience.

 

SECTION VII:  COMPETENCIES AND/OR VALUES COMMON TO ALL POSITIONS 

A clear and demonstrated commitment to the District mission, which is to ensure high quality, innovative, challenging education where all individuals are valued and respected.

  • Performing assigned responsibilities in a manner consistent with the District’s established Core Values.
  • Advancing the District’s mission and values through careful attention to the key issues of Learning, Environment, and Resources.

May 5th, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Enrichment/Recreation and Care Coordinator      JobID: 1749

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Position Type: Community Ed

Date Posted: 4/26/2022

Location: Milaca Community Education

Additional Information:  Enrichment/Recreation and Care Coordinator Job Description

Reason for Vacancy: Resignation
 Immediate Supervisor: Community Education Director

Supervises: Instructors of Milaca Community Education Classes, Wrap Around Care Supervisor, and Kids Town Level I and II Aides and Student Workers.

Qualifications: 
Applicable college degree preferred
High school diploma required
Experience working in a childcare setting
Computer skills
Knowledge of current child care standards and practices
Knowledge of basic recreational programming standards
Ability to connect with children, staff, and the community
Excellent communication skills
Organizational skills

 
Essential Responsibilities:

 Youth Enrichment and Recreation Responsibilities:
Plan and supervise all aspects of daily program activities
Research and develop diverse program offering for both youth and adults
Develop, offer, and instruct diverse enrichment and recreational programs
Recruit program instructors and participants
Prepare and submit information regarding upcoming program offerings
Develop and implement marketing strategies for program offerings
Report and recommend programming possibilities to C.E. Director and C.E. Advisory Council
Research possibilities of securing additional funds through grants and other external sources
Record and submit necessary paperwork for instructors to be paid for programs they offer
Develop effective pricing models for programs offered ensuring positive revenue to expense ratios
Enter registrations into software and prepare payments for deposit to be made by the CE Administrative Assistant
Other duties as assigned

  Care Coorindator Responsibilities:
Direct and supervise program staff
Responsible for opening care room daily
Collaborate with the Community Education Director to create, implement, and evaluate future of care programming
Attend necessary trainings to remain up to date on current program standards and initiatives
Recruit and hire employees and volunteers for the planned programming
Maintain accurate tuition records through monthly billing processes
Provide families weekly billing statements
Develop effective pricing models for programs offered ensuring positive revenue to expense ratios
Enter registrations into software and prepare payments for deposit to be made by the CE Administrative Assistant
Other duties as assigned

Hours:36 Hour per week
Shift starting daily at 6:30 a.m.
Daily schedule may change based on program needs and planned activities
Occasional Saturdays may be required

Salary: Notice of Assignment/At Will Employee. Pay and benefits commensurate with experience and education.

Experience Required:
Experience planning recreation programs for youth and young adults. Ability to work in a childcare setting daily.
Job Description Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wdyQLeYetpnm–QrrSltwl8znH6EblftNPeqQTB54nA/edit?usp=sharing

Apply:
Apply online preferred or submit letter of interest, district application, resume,
official college transcripts, copy of licenses/certifications, names of references, reference letter to:

Bob Sumner
Milaca Community Education
500 Hwy 23 West
Milaca, MN  56353

May 2nd, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

St. Paul Discovery Club – multiple positions

Program Assistant, full-time, 12 month (to help recruit, hire, and onboard diverse & qualified staff):

Link for external candidates:

https://ps.spps.org:8143/psp/HRPRDINT_1/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=1014452&PostingSeq=1

Link for SPPS employees:

https://ps.spps.org:8143/psp/HRPRDINT_1/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_EMP.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=1014452&PostingSeq=1

EA 1 Group Leader split-shift, 32.5/hours per week, 12 month (direct supervision of children, planning programming, and giving part-time staff work direction)

Link for external candidates:

https://ps.spps.org:8243/psp/HRPRDEXTSS/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=1013080&PostingSeq=1

Discovery Club Site Supervisor, full-time, 12 months (responsible for supervision of Discovery Club Site):

Link for external candidates:

https://ps.spps.org:8143/psp/HRPRDINT_1/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=1014453&PostingSeq=1

Link for SPPS employees:

https://ps.spps.org:8143/psp/HRPRDINT_1/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_EMP.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=1014453&PostingSeq=1

Program Manager for Inclusion , full-time, 12 month: (manager and monitoring inclusion practices program-wide)

Link for external candidates:

https://ps.spps.org:8143/psp/HRPRDINT_1/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=1014454&PostingSeq=1

Link for SPPS employees:

https://ps.spps.org:8143/psp/HRPRDINT_1/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_EMP.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=1014454&PostingSeq=1

May 2nd, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Adult Basic Education (ABE) Summer Position Available!

Class: Introduction to Healthcare ABE Teacher

Contact: Tracie Kreighbaum

952-232-2161 or tkreighbaum@farmington.k12.mn.us   

When? SUMMER June 6- July 15

Hours a week: 4.5 hrs/day, 9 hrs/ week

Qualifications: MN Teacher License, 1 year teaching adults preferred

Rate: $30/hr

Introduction to Healthcare Careers Course

Summary: The teacher provides instruction addressing the material that is covered on the MN Department of Human Services Personal Care Assistant Certificate test, as well as introduces students to local career opportunities in high demand healthcare fields. Students may be English language learners who test at a minimum proficiency level sufficient for the course material.

Eligible ABE students are 17 and older, not enrolled in school, and lack a secondary (high school) credential or function below the 12th grade level in any of the basic academic areas including reading, math, and ability to read, write and understand English.

Duties include delivering lessons, monitoring and assessing student progress on an ongoing basis, participating in the intake process as requested, creating Individual Learning Plans with students, and collecting, recording and reporting all necessary information related to students in a timely manner.

Requirements of Position:

• A valid and current State of Minnesota teaching license.

• Experience working with adults.

Essential Job Function:

• Teach material that is covered on the MN Department of Human Services Personal Care Certification exam (full curriculum is already created and available- all learning activities ready to be implemented!).

• Plans to aid students in developing skills and confidence in basic academic areas.

• Integrate computer-aided instruction into lessons as appropriate.

• Monitor and assess students’ progress on a regular basis.

• Collect, record and report all necessary information related to students

in a timely manner.

 

Non-Essential Functions:

• Actively participate in planning to assure participants’ needs are being

effectively addressed.

 

Knowledge/Skills Experience

• Experience working with adult learners

• Good computer skills

• Demonstrated ability to work independently

• Strong communication skills

• Ability to work cooperatively with others

• Energy, enthusiasm and friendly!

April 29th, 2022

Posted In: Career Opportunities

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