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Advisory Teacher

Type: Full-Time   |   County: San Francisco   |   Agency: College Track

Description: Advisory Teacher
Advisory is an informal class of about 15-20, 11th grade high school students (per section) that meets weekly for 1 hour at College Track San Francisco. An Advisory Curriculum is taught by the Advisory Teacher, and uses a variety of interactive teaching styles to cover themes of making good choices, resilience, the college system, financial awareness & paying for college, and career exploration.
The Advisory Teacher will teach the same student cohort all year and will receive an Advisory Curriculum with clear objectives and complete lesson plans for each session. Advisory Teachers are welcomed to modify and personalize curriculum for their class with prior approval from the College Completion Manager and/or College Completion Director.
This position’s responsibilities include:
• Review and modify Advisory curriculum in advance of each session each week with College Completion Manager.
• Track student workshop attendance and follow up with students who miss workshops.
• Report student concerns to College Completion Manager, College Completion Director, and/or Site Director.
• Regularly check email to stay on top of program updates, requirements and updates.
• Work with site staff to ensure effective programming from the hours of 4 to 7pm.
• Ensuring your classes are covered in your absence (or that students are notified ahead of time via email, text, and/or call-em-all system).
• Ensure that all necessary technology required for each session are ready prior to class and are returned properly.
• Other duties as necessary.
Qualifications
First and foremost, the Advisory Teacher must embrace College Track’s vision and mission for serving CT communities until college readiness and college graduation are the norms. Additionally, candidates must possess the following qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree (completed or in progress).
• Experience working with middle/high school students; classroom management experience.
• Desire to mentor youth.
• TB test administered less than 1 year ago & fingerprinting (must be completed prior to start date).
MUST BE ABLE TO WORK THESE CLASS TIMES:
• MONDAYS 3pm – 7:30pm
• TUESDAYS 3pm – 7:30pm
• WEDNESDAYS 3pm – 7:30pm
• THURSDAY 3pm- 7:30pm

Training & Professional Development Specialist

Type: Part-Time   |   County: Los Angeles   |   Agency: WRiTE BRAiN WORLD

Description: This is a REMOTE position.

WRITE BRAIN “TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST” QUALITIES
*Spanish language fluency a plus
*Experience with English Learners a plus.
 You have worked in education for 3+ years as a trainer, PD provider, classroom teacher, or mid-level out-of-school time educator.
 You are a strong facilitator and understand the difference between lecturing a group and guiding/leading a group in vibrant and relevant discussion.
 You are comfortable facilitating structured, activity-based experiences.
 You are confident and comfortable doing in-person presentations/trainings for a room of up to 75 participants.
 You’re skilled in leading groups as small as pairs on virtual platforms such as ZOOM or SKYPE.
 You are a direct and inspirational communicator, and have a playful sense of humor. It is important that our trainers are as vibrant and interesting as our programs and materials.
 You understand how to ask pertinent questions to help the group problem-solve.
 You are passionate about postively affecting the lives of young people.
 You grasp the importance of maintaining a kinesthetic relationship to paper and pencils/pens and not dismissing them for typing and swiping only.
 You are troubled by the diminishment of young peoples’ abilities to empathize and connect, and communicate verbally and with the written word.
 You want to invigorate and motive school day teachers and after school staff.

EDUCATION
 You are very aware of the importance of writing as a vital skill. You agree that “literacy” ecompasses much more than just reading and that students develop their vocabulary and reading comprehension skills when they learn how to write and express ideas in text.
 You have prior knowledge in classroom management techniques such as differentiated instruction, blended learning, project/inquiry- based learning and student engagement.
 You understand social emotional learning (SEL), and how SEL integrates into the WRiTE BRAiN BOOKS philosophy.
 You understand our partners’ interest in our program being standards aligned and you easily grasp how standards are often required to be met.
 You appreciate and can fluidly reference 21st century skills.
 You can speak articulately about researched facts about the need for offline learning opportunities. You share the belief that the often over-stimulating nature of digital devices can lead to distraction causing attention deficit and disconnect.

REQUIREMENTS
 Must have valid drivers license, driver’s insurance, and reliable transportation
 Must be able to travel within CA and out of state
 Must be able to lift boxes and/or a suitcase up to 40 pounds
 Must know how to utilize technology during a training or session (website navigation, playing WRiTE BRAiN videos, connecting a laptop to a projector, or screen, etc.)
 Must comply with WRiTE BRAiN training manual while not presenting in a memorized or rehearsed fashion. Your own voice is welcome and encouraged, but you are ready to verbally deliver lightly scripted content that best describes, inspires, or informs.

Administrative Coordinator

Type: Part-Time   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: Partnership for Children and Youth

Description: Position Summary
The Administrative Coordinator is responsible for a diverse set of tasks and will focus on coordinating projects in close collaboration with initiative leaders. The primary responsibilities are to plan, implement, and complete administrative projects such as booking meetings/calls, coordinating travel, preparing and editing meeting documentation. The Coordinator is also responsible for providing fiscal and client management support by ensuring contracts, invoices, and data-tracking tools are executed efficiently. This position will report to the Director of Technical Assistance (TA) and will work closely with the Event Coordinator.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Under the direction of the Director of TA, the Administrative Coordinator will:
General Administration
• Collaborate with the Initiative Directors to determine the scope of assigned tasks, projects, or other assignments.
• Prepare and distribute meeting documentation such as agendas, notes, surveys, and forms for internal and external meetings.
• Make travel and hotel arrangements for the Program Department, which will include up to 6 staff members.
Client Outreach and Management
• Build and maintain strong working relationships and manage communication with clients, participants, consultants, or vendors.
• Set-up and coordinate meetings between initiative directors and clients, participants, or consultants.
• Manage client tracking tools such as Salesforce and Excel.
Fiscal Administration
• Assist initiative staff with developing proposals and contracts for clients, partners, consultants and vendors.
• Oversee the invoicing process based on contract timelines, track and process invoices, and prepare reports.
• Monitor expenditures, process stipends, and ensure fiscal compliance.
• Liaise with the fiscal and contract staff to ensure accuracy in contracts, invoices, and vendor agreements, and other associated documentation.
Evaluation and Reporting
• Manage data collection and documentation for initiative evaluation (e.g. workshop attendance, training hours, surveys, interviews).
• Create project management documents and reports to communicate deliverables and status updates.
• Contribute to narrative and evaluation reports for contracts and grants.

Qualifications
The role of the Administrative Coordinator requires the candidate to be adaptable, task-oriented, and a problem solver. Her/his work will be driven by collaboration and executed with creativity and efficiency. S/he will have a sense of humor, patience, and a commitment to treating others with respect. Specific education and skills and experience include:
A minimum of 2 years of relevant, progressive work experience in the non-profit or education sectors.
Results-focused, self-starter who works effectively in teams and independently with a high degree of resourcefulness and sound judgement.
Experience providing administrative support in contracting and budget processes, including tracking invoices, monitoring expenses, and reporting.
Flexibility, keen attention to details, and ability to manage shifting priorities.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Exceptional time management, organizational, and analytical skills.
Proficiency in Google and Microsoft products (e.g. Drive, Docs, Word, Power Point, and Excel) is required; knowledge and experience in Salesforce is a plus.
Working knowledge of online tools such as SurveyMonkey, Wufoo, Zoom, Adobe Connect, and Typeform is preferred.
Commitment to the values and mission of PCY.
Valid CA Driver’s License
Some local travel

Job Type
Part Time (0.60 FTE; 24 hours/week)
Preferred work schedule
Monday – Friday (approximately 4-5 hour per day)
Job Category
Non-Exempt
Compensation
Part-time Annual Salary Range: $27,600 – $30,000
Benefits include health, 401k, and Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

Coordinator: After School Program - Community Schools & Student Services (2017-18)

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: Oakland Unified School District

Description: BASIC FUNCTION: Plan, organize and coordinate the implementation of after school programs designed to compliment learning and enhance achievement of students; assist schools in the goal of becoming full-service schools by integrating after school programs with the regular daily academic curriculum; assist in creating a district-wide culture shift and with district-wide staff training to embed the concept of complementary learning within preschool, K-12 schools, and central administration
REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: (Incumbents may perform any combination of the essential functions shown below. This position description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, knowledge, or abilities associated with this classification, but are intended to accurately reflect the principal job elements).
E = Essential Functions
Plan, organize and coordinate the overall structure of after school programs designed to complement daily learning and enhance achievement for all students at all school sites. E
Oversee and manage the After School Education and Safety (ASES) Programs, the 21st Century Learning Center programs, and the innovative and comprehensive community-based and school-based after school programs for children and youth funded under the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth. E
Manage compliance with all grants and funding sources. E
Write or assist in writing grants and re-applications for funding of after school programs services. E
Integrate activities with other district curriculum and support services; provide for proper articulation across grade levels and with other institutions. E
Assist site principals, teachers and parents in evaluating, enhancing and communicating regarding the support provided by after school programs. E
Coordinate and manage the site coordinators and cluster leaders for the various after school programs. E
Manage city-wide partnerships for providing after school education and safety programs. E
Provide leadership to District, community and other committees regarding after school programs as a complementary learning service. E
Direct the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical reports, records, and files; prepare and process inventories, and other materials related to after school programs programs. E
Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; interview and select employees, and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination, and disciplinary actions; plan, coordinate, and arrange for appropriate training of assigned staff. E
Attend conferences, read journals/papers, take courses, and attend workshops to remain current concerning trends in after school programs as a complementary learning service. E
Prepare Board agenda items for review by management. E
Provide input to textbook selection and evaluation. E
Perform related duties as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
TRAINING, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination of education, training and/or experience equivalent to: a Bachelor’s degree and five years experience.
Experience in a leadership role preferred.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Valid California Driver’s License.
Employment eligibility that may include fingerprints, TB and/or other employment clearance.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
KNOWLEDGE OF:
Complementary learning services
State and federal laws, regulations and codes applicable to after school programs
Technical aspects of after school programs
Curriculum development and training
Budget preparation and control
Grant writing
Applicable computer operations
ABILITY TO:
Plan, organize and coordinate curriculum and instructional support
Develop curriculum and training programs
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures
Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action
Meet schedules and time lines
Work independently with little direction
Plan and organize work
Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports
Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff
Make presentations and deliver in-services in area of specialty
WORKING CONDITIONS ENVIRONMENT:
Office environment; driving a vehicle to conduct work; fast-paced work; constant interruptions.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard; hearing and speaking to exchange information and make presentations; seeing to read and write reports.
Primary Location : Community Schools & Student Services (CSSS)
Salary Range $85,546.15 - $109,189.27 / Per Year

Training & Education Coordinator

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: The Oregon Center for Career Development in Childhood Care and Education

Description: This position operates within the instruction/training functions of OCCD. This position shares these functions and responsibilities with the Director and other Coordinators of program operations. This position has primary coordination responsibility for the comprehensive activities of the Oregon Registry Trainer Program including but not limited to service enhancement, policy development, program planning and implementation, standards review and modification, information and communication dissemination, issue identification and resolution, and training curriculum development. This position works closely with the Director, advisory committees, other OCCD professional staff, as well as childhood care and education community partners in accomplishing these responsibilities.
Operations that may be included within the Oregon Registry Trainer Program are: professional development of trainers and technical assistance providers in adult education principles and practices as well as curriculum content areas; enforcement of trainer and training session standards; distribution of trainer and training session certifications; curriculum review, evaluation and development; training of trainers session development and delivery; training session development; professional presentation development and delivery; instructor responsibilities for trainings that are approved for PSU credit; design and implementation of collaborative statewide training initiatives.
This position works to ensure training is accessible and reflects Oregon’s diverse cultural, social, and economic communities. This position provides supervision to staff who work on activities related to the Oregon Registry Trainer Program.
Primary Activity: A - Administrative
Minimum Qualifications
- Master’s degree in early childhood education, elementary education, or related field or evidence of equivalent.
- Three years of professional experience and professional competence leading a large or statewide program.
- Knowledge of or experience with Oregon’s Childhood Care and Education professional development system.
- Evidence of the highest professional standards, ethics, and values.
- Participation or membership in professional associations at regional, state, and national levels.
- Demonstrated ability in the following areas:
a) Working with people from diverse backgrounds and professional affiliations;
b) Planning, developing, and implementing large or statewide programs;
c) Compiling and reviewing program data to evaluate and modify large or statewide programs;
d) Developing written program materials, including evidence-based curriculum development;
e) Communication, collaboration, and partnership with various childhood care and education constituent groups;
f) Computer/technology skills;
g) Supervision.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to travel regionally or nationally.
-Valid State-issued driver’s license.
-Successful completion of a background check.
Preferred Qualifications
- Five years of professional experience and professional competence in a similar position.
- Step 11 on the Oregon Registry.
- Participation and leadership in professional associations at regional, state, and/or national levels.
- Professional or public presentations or written contributions to the early childhood field.
- Leadership in Professional Development systems.
- Management skills, particularly with training and/or trainers.
- Bilingual: Spanish/English, Russian/English, Vietnamese/English, and/or Chinese/English.
- Experience providing technical assistance.
- Experience with developing/designing computer-based learning programs.
- Experience with strategic planning.
- Certified Master Trainer in Oregon Registry Trainer Program.
Key Cultural Competencies
• Creates an environment that acknowledges, encourages and celebrates differences.
• Functions and communicates effectively and respectfully within the context of varying beliefs, behaviors, orientations, identities and cultural backgrounds.
• Seeks opportunities to gain experience working and collaborating in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive settings with a willingness to change for continual improvement.
• Adheres to all PSU’s policies including the policies on Prohibited Discrimination & Harassment and the Professional Standards of Conduct.
Environmental Stewardship
Contributes to a culture of environmental stewardship, practices resource conservation, and actively works toward achieving long-term sustainability goals.
Work Days/Hours Monday to Friday 8am-5pm
Total Compensation Range & Benefits Statement
The starting annual salary rate for this position will be between $58,992 and $66,281, dependent upon qualifications and experience, with an excellent benefits package including 95% premium paid healthcare; a generous retirement and vacation package; and reduced tuition rates for employee, spouse or dependant at any of the Oregon University System schools.
Application Instructions
Additional Information
OCCD Mission & Commitment to Equity
Our mission is to promote quality childhood care and education for Oregon’s children and families by providing a career development system for practitioners.
We are committed to intentional strategies that promote social justice and cultural responsiveness in carrying out our mission.
We believe the diversity of Oregon’s early childhood workforce is a source of strength, inspiration, innovation, and happiness.
Learn more at pdx.edu/occd.
100% grant-funded position. Annual position renewal contingent on funding availability.

After School Program Lead or Assistant

Type: Part-Time   |   County: San Francisco   |   Agency: Buchanan YMCA

Description: The Buchanan YMCA is looking for part-time Kindergarten - 5th grade program leaders and assistants to work at our after-school program at the Chinese Immersion School located in the historic Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco.
We are currently seeking creative talented professionals for the 2017-18 school year who are serious about providing meaningful after school opportunities for youth in a recreational and educational setting. We need people who are flexible, who will take initiative, who are punctual and able to make a commitment to work throughout the entire school year.
Hours for Position
Part-time position, Monday through Friday, from 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm. Additional hours will be given for workshops, trainings and staff meetings. Position begins August 14, 2017 and ends on the last day of school June 6, 2018.
Minimum Qualifications
• At least 18 years of age for the elementary school programs
• At Least 2 Years of college (48 units), AA degree
• Program Leaders must have 15 units in any combination of the following:
• Child Development OR;
• Education, psychology, recreation, art, dance, music, sociology, social welfare, human development, counseling, nursing, home economics, physical education or other related field
• Must have experience working with youth (Elementary School or Middle School)
• Must be highly motivated to provide quality After School opportunities to youth
• Must be a Team Player
• Knowledge or expertise in youth development
• Must be comfortable leading physical activities with youth
• Must be available daily M-F during after school program hours (approximately 1:30p.m.- 6:00p.m.) &/or morning care hours (7:00 a.m.- 9:00 a.m.)
• Must be willing to participate in Bi-annual evaluations and supervision meetings as needed
• Must pass health screening and fingerprint clearance.
• Special Knowledge of Arts, Dance, Drama, or Sports preferred.
• Bi-Lingual English/Cantonese, English/Mandarin speakers are strongly encouraged to apply.
• Connections in the greater San Francisco Community are a bonus.
Salary $16.00 to $18.00 /hour DOE

Native Plant Nursery Education and Volunteer Management Intern

Type: Full-Time   |   County: San Francisco   |   Agency: Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

Description: Native Plant Nursery Education and Volunteer Management Intern
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Full-time, 11 months, Housing + Stipend
Are you passionate about working with diverse youth, building community, and habitat restoration?
The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Nursery Program is looking for a Nursery Education Intern! The four nurseries of the Parks Conservancy are hubs of vibrant community and education programming in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Park Nurseries support the mission of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area by providing native plants for restoration efforts, serving as an educational resource, and inspiring community land stewardship. As a team and as a public-serving program, we are committed to equity and inclusion.
See full details at http://www.parksconservancy.org/get-involved/volunteer/internships/nursery-education-volunteer-management-intern.html

Fund Development Director

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Los Angeles   |   Agency: EduCare Foundation

Description: EduCare’s annual budget is $6.0M and growing. The Fund Development Director will be responsible for developing and expanding fundraising strategies for philanthropic support to meet and exceed annual fundraising goals. He/she will be responsible for achieving EduCare’s key fundraising goals: to diversify its funding base, and to increase funding through building relationships with individual donors, foundations, corporate funders, and planned giving candidates. The Fund Development Director will also develop strategic marketing and communications plans in collaboration with EduCare’s Communications Manager. He/she will manage the Fund Development/ Communication Department and report directly to the President.
This position is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, self-starter who is passionate about education, young people, and youth development. We are looking for someone who has a proven track record meeting and exceeding annual non-profit financial goals by cultivating and soliciting a varied donor base, and who wants to be part of a team dedicated to making a difference in the lives of youth and those who care and serve them.

Responsibilities:
• Develop and implement an ongoing comprehensive, strategic fundraising plan with specific, measurable goals that will enable EduCare to diversify and increase unrestricted funding.
• Identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward individual and corporate donors.
• Create and advance a comprehensive planned giving program.
• Manage EduCare’s Fund Development/Communications team.
• Participate in EduCare’s Grants Committee and work closely with our grant writer in pursuing diversified grant goals.
• Develop performance metrics, monitor results, create reports and assist President in evaluating the effectiveness of organization’s fund development program.
• Represent EduCare internally and externally, advancing our mission and visibility.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s or Nonprofit Management degree preferred
• A minimum of 3-5 years fundraising experience; previous Director of Development experience preferred
• Demonstrated track record of meeting financial fundraising goals
• Experience preferred in educational or youth-related non-profits
• Proven ability to design and implement effective strategies to create high gift conversion from mass donor appeals, individual donor/prospect outreach, and specialized fundraising campaigns
• Experience in creating and expanding a planned giving program
• Experience and skill creating and managing online and social media-based fundraising campaigns
• Experience effectively using donor databases for CRM, reporting, and analytics (FileMakerPro; Blackbaud, etc.)

Desired Qualities:
• Outstanding managerial and organizational skills
• Outstanding relationship and social skills (a real “people” person)
• Outstanding team player