CREA Job Openings

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Extended School Program 

Youth Leader

 

Role Description:

To serve as an Elementary Aide at one of the Extended School Program locations working with the Site Coordinator, students, and families to mentor, guide, develop positive relationships with, and give care to students in the program.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities : *Other duties may be assigned.*

  • Plan and prepare a daily lesson or activity—both academic and enrichment.

  • Check students in and out of the program each day, noting exact times.

  • Supervise an assigned group of students to ensure their continued safety and wellbeing.

  • Assists in tutoring students, either in a group or individually.

  • Assists Site Coordinator in preparation of materials.

  • Assists in enforcing and upholding school regulations.

  • Assists and suggests learning activities that can enhance learning.

  • Keeps a close working relationship with the Site Coordinator.

 

Pay begins at $12.50

Qualifications:

  • Must be 16 years of age or older.

  • Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to students.

  • Ability to develop effective working relationships with students, staff, and the school community.

  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively to students, site coordinator, teachers, parents, and community partners

 

Reports to: School Site Coordinator

To apply, please complete and email the application below to michelle.losinski@k12.nd.us

Reading Corps / Math Corps Positions

Reading Corps Tutor

Job Description

We are seeking applicants who:

•  Can commit to working with students every day during school hours from August-May

•  Have a strong desire to support K-3 grade students develop reading skills (Education degree not required – you’ll receive training and onsite coaching)

•  Are resilient, flexible and open to feedback

•  Have reliable transportation to get to their service location daily

•  Are citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent resident aliens of the U.S.

•  Primarily school day hours, Monday through Friday

•  Schedule:  

    –  675 hours (average 4 hrs/day) 

                        OR

    –  900 hours (average 5.5/day)

    

•  Position starts August 24, 2020 with training and ends May 31, 2021

 

Benefits & Compensation

•  Living allowance of $820/mo (675 hours) or $1100/mo (900 hours)

•  Education award of up to $2360 (675 hours) or $3097.50 (900 hours) to repay student loans or use for future tuition 

•  Student loan forbearance available 

•  Coaching and professional development provided!

Apply online at www.ndreadingcorps.org

Math Corps Tutor

Job Description

We are seeking applicants who:

•  Can commit to working with students every day during school hours from August – May

•  Have a strong desire to support 4-8 grade students developing algebra skills (Education degree not required – you’ll receive training and onsite coaching)

•  Are resilient, flexible and open to feedback

•  Have reliable transportation to get to their service location daily

•  Are citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent resident aliens of the U.S.

•  Primarily school day hours, Monday through Friday

•  Schedule:  

    –  675 hours (average 4 hrs/day)

•  Position starts August 24, 2020 with training and ends May 31, 2021

 

Benefits & Compensation

•  Living allowance of $820/mo (675 hours) 

•  Education award of up to $2360 (675 hours) to repay student loans or use for future tuition 

•  Student loan forbearance available 

•  Coaching and professional development provided!

Apply online at www.ndreadingcorps.org

CREA Professional Support Staff Positions

School Psychologist -

Job Type - Part-time

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Participates in assessment team activities, planning and developing interventions, programs and/or services to students.

  • Conducts valid psychological and psycho-educational assessments.

  • Lead crisis intervention efforts and provide insight into the development of functional assessments and behavior intervention plans.

  • Uses effective consultative behaviors with outside agencies.

  • Provide assistance to staff in the design and implementation of appropriate interventions and accommodations for students.

  • Evaluate and/or translate research into practice and understand research design and statistics in sufficient depth to plan and conduct investigations and program evaluations for improvement of services.

  • Contribute to program development that furthers the integration of social, coping, and problem-solving in the classroom.

  • Coordinate and/or collaborate with a range of individuals/agencies to promote and provide comprehensive services to students and families.

  • Participate in professional growth activities on a yearly basis including workshops, in-services, professional reading materials, and/or other available offerings.

  • Proficiently use technology to communicate, compile reports, and collect data.

  • Participate in building or program activities and meetings as appropriate.

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Student Wellness and Family Facilitator

Job Type - Full-time

Position Overview:
The role of the Student Wellness and Family Facilitator is to serve as a liaison between school, home, and the community; advocating on behalf of students and families; ensuring processes are in compliance with county, state, and/or federal requirements; providing information on services available to eligible students and families; referring families to outside resources; providing care planning for students with significant social, emotional and behavioral challenges; and providing strategic services for students that identify and address the social emotional environmental challenges that interfere with the educational process.

The Student Wellness and Family Facilitator (SWFF) promotes and enhances the overall academic mission by providing services that strengthen home, school, and community partnerships and alleviates barriers to learning and achievement. Utilizing leadership, advocacy, and collaboration, the SWFF significantly contributes to the development of a healthy, safe, and caring environment. Such an environment is achieved by advancing the understanding of the emotional and social development of children and the influences of family, community and, cultural differences on student success along with the implementation of effective intervention strategies.

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Office Manager

Job Type - Full-time

Position Overview:

70% Office Management
Use computers, software, and other current technology to engage programs
Read and professionally respond to communications
Compose professional letters
Register, book, and confirm travel, meals, and other program-specific information
File accurate reports and/or evidence meeting program goals/objectives
Maintain confidentiality of student records and information
20% Accounting/Bookkeeping
Post-program expenditures to applicable accounting codes/accounts
Invoicing of materials/supplies, contracted services, and other applicable program needs
Verify monthly credit cards statements against recent purchases
10% Data entry, retrieval, and reporting
Assist in the development and implementation of professional development material by receiving and distributing pertinent data to support programs
Work collaboratively with the program director for data retrieval and reporting purposes
Ability to enter educational and training data as needed.
*All other duties as assigned by the program director and/or assigned designee.

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