The following part-time positions are available in the Carrollton Public School district for the 2012-13 School Year & Summer Programs PCMI West will be the employer; however the day-to-day oversight will be conducted by Carrollton Public Schools. Part-Time positions for After School Instructors and Substitutes 2012-13 School Year - Monday through Friday approximately 2:30-6:30 PM. One Saturday each month, hours will vary and are flexible. 2013 Summer â€“ Monday through Friday approximately 9:30-2:30 PM REPORTS TO:
Kimberly Towne, Cavalier Teen Center Project Director Aarondreâ€™ Kemp Hamm, Cavalier Teen Center Site Coordinator SUMMARY OF POSITION: To facilitate youth development programs for 6-8 grade students who have enrolled in the Boys & Girls Clubs Cavalier Teen Center program. COMPENSATION: $8.25 per hour (base pay) QUALIFICATIONS: Essential Skills: 1. Minimum of 60 hours of college credits/ or equivalent in work experience. 2. Show an interest in after-school activities. 3. Be able to work as part of a team. 4. To keep all student, parent, and staff information confidential. 5. Shall provide and utilize instructional plans, strategies, methods, materials, and techniques that best meet the needs of individual students. 6. Shall provide the leadership and direction of classroom aides while working with students. 7. Shall be responsible for maintenance, and instructional activities in the classroom, and in other school settings where no other professional is in charge. 8. To keep a positive attitude in working with students, other staff members, and community members who visit Carrollton Public Schools. 9. Demonstrate a competency in technology. 10. Cooperate with other members of the CPS staff as well as students and parents. 11. Ability and willingness to appropriately and respectfully provide behavioral redirection or modification when needed. 12. To ensure a physically and emotionally safe environment at all times. 13. To meet and greet parents/visitors in a positive helpful manner. 14. Other duties as assigned by the Supervisors. MINIMAL QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Must be able to provide instruction of the class they are teaching. 2. Ability to lift a minimum of 75 pounds. 3. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. 4. Must demonstrate competency in the classroom. 5. Must treat and speak to students with respect. 6. Must satisfactorily pass: a. Law enforcement background check with fingerprinting. b. Central Registry clearance c. Personal and professional reference background check. 7. Must receive a satisfactory response to P.A. 189 letter (Misconduct Law) CLOSING DATE: Until filled TO APPLY: Send letter of application and resume via mail, FAX, or email to: Dr. Craig Douglas, Superintendent Carrollton Public Schools 3211 Carla Drive P.O. Box 517 Carrollton, MI 48724 FAX: 989-754-1470 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Approved for posting: ______________________________Date___________________ Individuals applying for this position who are not currently employed by the district must submit (1) a letter of interest stating the position title and closing date, and (2) a current resume. Individuals applying for this position, currently employed by the district must submit a letter of interest stating the position title and closing date. Submission of a current resume and an updated district application form is not required, but may be helpful to the district in identifying your qualifications and experience. Discrimination and Harassment Policy Harassment of employees and students will not be tolerated in the School District. School District includes school district facilities, school district premises, and non-school property if the employee or student is at any school sponsored, school approved or school related activity or function, such as field trips or athletic events where students are under the control of the School District or where the employee is engaged in school business. Harassment includes, but not limited to, racial, religious, national origin, age, disability, and sexual harassment. Harassment by board members, administrators, employees, parents, students, vendors, and others doing business with the School District, is prohibited. Employees whose behavior is ground to be in violation of this policy will be subject to the investigation procedure that may result in discipline, up to and including, discharge or other EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER appropriate action. Other individuals whose behavior is found to be in violation of the policy will be subject to appropriate sanctions as determined and imposed by the superintendent or board.
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