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Licensed Teacher, PT - East Side Neighborhood Service

Posted on 9/6/2017 2:49:43 PM

Listing expires 10/4/2017

(ADA/Text Version)


Job Title:        Youth Out-of-School Time LICENSED TEACHER 

(Luxton Park 112 Williams Ave SE)

Reports to:      Youth Program Manager

Status:             Part-time, non-exempt

Hours:             10-12 hours/week during the school year, approximately 3:30-6:00pm Monday-Thursday. Summer hours may also be available.

                                                                                        

 

Broad Scope and Function of Job: Promote academic success and developmental assets of students in grades K-5 enrolled in school year, Out-of-School Time educational program.  Assist in facilitation of program in coordination with staff team and Mpls. Public Schools.  Develop individual learning strategies, direct and applied instruction, and small group and individual tutoring in a manner that engages youth.  Actively & respectfully engage youth to achieve youth development outcomes that target academic success through flexible and creative instructional techniques and positive adult relationships.  Prepare and maintain records of work with individuals and groups. Must be able to relate with and provide outreach to all segments of a multi-cultural community. ESL teaching preferred.

 

Major Job Responsibilities:

Is responsible for, but not limited to the following functions:

 

1.  Teaching and Tutoring (50%)

·         Directly provide individual and small group teaching in reading, writing and math.

·         Actively & respectfully engage youth to achieve youth development outcomes that target academic success through flexible and creative instructional techniques and positive adult relationships.

·         Adapt classroom lessons to accommodate the individual needs of students.

·         Use grade level standards to guide daily objectives.

·         Develop respectful and caring rapport with students to ensure effective communication and results.

 

2.      Planning and Assessment (15%):

·         Assist Program Manager in the development, implementation, and evaluation of student progress.

·         Develops ways to make progress transparent and creative approaches to celebrating youth progress.

 

3.  Supervision and Coaching (25%):

·         Develop, organize, and track teaching and mentoring material for volunteers, interns, and other community partners (America Reads tutors, etc.).

·         Assist in coaching and developing volunteers, interns and other community partners to ensure that each work appropriately with youth and in accordance with effective educational practices, grade level standards and program policies and procedures.

·         Attend and contribute to staff meetings.

 

4.  Other (10%):

·         Assist in care of students during all program components.

·         Attend and assist in preparation and clean-up of family events

·         Other responsibilities as assigned by the Program Manager.

 

 

Job Requirements and Qualifications:

 

Education:

·      Current Minnesota Teaching License.

 

Experience:

·         Experience/aptitude implementing individualized educational plans.

·         Understanding of State and MPS educational practices/standards.

·         Understanding of grade level standards, lesson planning and backward planning.

·         Demonstrated ability promoting the healthy development and academic success of youth and involving parents in their child’s education.

·         Strongly prefer bilingual competency in English and one of the following:  Spanish or Somali.

·         School Year and Summer Commitment highly preferred.

                                                                       

Other Qualifications:

·      Understanding of youth development and effective professional practices.

·      Works across ethnic/racial/economic lines for effective communication and rapport.

·      Ability to supervise staff while fostering their continued growth and development.

·      Works in a collaborative and coordinated effort.

·      Communicates effectively in oral and written forms.

·      Self-starts and effectively problem solves.

·      Handles confidential information appropriately.

·      Sets appropriate limits on personal and professional boundaries.

·      Required Criminal Background Check, if hired

·      Computer competency.

 

 

Compensation: $21/hr.

Application Deadline:  09/14/17

Send Resume to: East Side Neighborhood Services, 1700 2nd St. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413; humanresources@esns.org ; www.esns.org

                                                                                                    

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY–AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER