BEACON Afterschool Program K-6 Tutor (#319787)
BEACON Afterschool Program K-6 Tutor (HMK Elementary) Tutors for the BEACON Afterschool Program at Helen M Knight Elementary will work with students in small groups to provide academic assistance. Tutors will work under the supervision of the HMK Site & Elementary Programs Coordinator and with school day teachers to effectively deliver tutoring services to those in need. Each tutor works with Kindergarten for 1 hour, and 1 additional grade level during each day of tutoring, Monday-Thursday 1:30-5:30. This is part time, 16 hour/week position that follows the school year calendar and is dependent on grant funding. Starting wage of $13/hour. Start date is August 21, 2017.
Core Job Responsibilities
• Tutor students Monday-Thursday in groups of 3-5. • Manage groups of tutees to make efficient use of time. • Communicate weekly with tutees’ teachers and families regarding student work and progress via in person conversation and written notes/updates. • Communicate regularly with Elementary Programs Coordinator and Site Coordinator to discuss program and tutee progress. • Attend regularly scheduled academic and site specific staff meetings. • Keep updated on students’ grades, homework, and classroom concepts and expectations. • Collect exemplary student work for display. Other • Complete District required incident reports in the event of injury or severe behavior issues and discuss these issues with parents. • Complete student of the month nominations. • Maintain organized tutoring space and help keep BEACON room organized. • Required attendance at Lights On, End of the Year Picnic, and 1 additional BEACON event/fundraiser per year. • Complete supply requests. • Assist with sign in and snack distribution at start of program. • Help with end of day tasks such as watching students on the playground, cleaning up cafeteria, and sign out. • Complete Food Handler’s certification, CPR & First Aid certification, and Care About Child Care Pre-Service Training upon hiring. • Complete 20 hours of Professional Development training over the course of the school year (calendar of opportunities provided by BEACON Afterschool Program). Participation in BEACON wide orientation and all pre- programming training is required.
Desired Skills and Qualifications • Strong organization, communication, and problem solving skills. • Strength and experience in working as a team. • Ability to balance varied job responsibilities and working with multiple students. • Dependable and flexible • A desire to help students succeed and a dedication to after school programming. • Experience working with elementary-aged students in an educational setting preferred. • Excellence in time management skills. • Commitment to entire school year. • Ability to plan appropriate lessons for students that focus on particular academic areas. • High School Diploma or GED required, Bachelor’s Degree or some college education preferred. • Experience working in a socioeconomically and ethnically diverse community preferred. • Must pass a BCI background check. TO APPLY: • Send resume and a brief cover letter about your experience by email to Kaitlin Thomas, BEACON Program Manager firstname.lastname@example.org AND John Aldridge, HMK Site Coordinator email@example.com. You must email materials to both individuals. • Submit hard copy application materials noting which BEACON position you are applying for to the District Office. You must also email your materials to the above email address contacts. • Submit questions regarding this position by email to Kaitlin Thomas- firstname.lastname@example.org
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