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Educational Facilitator (Math Credential; Part-Time) at Element Education, Inc.

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Job Information

Date Posted: 8/27/2019 Application Deadline: 2/5/2020 12:00 AM Pacific
Employment Type: Part Time Length of Work Year: 11 months
Salary: $46,316 - $89,519 (FT Salary Scale) Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Kiran Sihota Email: ksihota@myelement.org
Phone: 760-743-5818
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   

Educational Facilitator

The Educational Facilitator (EF) position is a certificated, exempt position with Dimensions Collaborative  School which is operated by Element Education. The EF reports to the School Director and Regional Manager and is primarily responsible in providing support and guidance to parents and facilitating student learning which includes, but is not limited to, assessing, developing, planning, organizing, and monitoring comprehensive educational plans for the desired success of each student.  

Essential Functions

Support Student Learning (SSL)

    1. Collaborate with parents and students on goals, objectives, and assignments which integrate state standards with student interests and talents; establish summative assessment tools

    2. Collaborate with parents and students on methods of study and relevant learning plans which best fit students’ learning styles and academic needs while offering opportunities for mastery, autonomy, and a sense of purpose

    3. Collaborate with parents and students on preparing the learning environment in accordance with students’ learning styles and school’s philosophy

    4. Provide appropriate learning resources and educational materials, including collaborating with Learning Center staff and Instructors, to complete assignments related to Personalized Plan and Record (PPR) in a timely manner

    5. Assess regularly for academic growth and planning; Use formative assessment and self-reflection to guide learning

    6. Communicate academic assessment to parents and students through regular reports and semester report cards

    7. Monitor Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals and objectives

    8. Meet with student and parent as needed, but at least the minimum required by the school, to discuss progress made on learning plan

    9. Assist parent and student in maintenance of learning portfolio / learning management system

    10. Collaborate with specialized instructors, as needed, to meet the needs of all students  

    11. Assist with organizing field trips

    12. Provide course instruction, including preparation

    13. Provide syllabi, communiques, assignments, and project updates to the Regional Manager each learning period

    14. Collaborate with other EFs in evaluating student work for learning center classes

    15. Assist with the coordination of subject area classes offered including, but not limited to, planning and ordering supplies

    16. Maintain open communication with students and parents on a weekly basis

    17. Collaborate, instruct, and meet with students, parents, and colleagues, as-needed

Accountability and General Administration (AGA)

  1. Maintain student records in accordance with school policies and procedures

  2. Manage school resources in accordance with school policies and procedures

  3. Manage EF budget in accordance with school policies and procedures

  4. Return all correspondence, including phone calls and emails, within 24 hours; Be accessible during work hours

  5. Support students in preparation for and completion of state standardized tests

  6. Help organize and proctor all state standardized tests

  7. Attend and actively participate in all required meetings, trainings, and school functions; Promote and participate in creative exchange of ideas.

  8. Observe confidentiality

Public Relations (PR)

  1. Communicate school highlights and activities to parents; Maintain open and honest communication with families

  2. Recruit students as necessary

  3. Seek opportunities for parents and students to connect with and support each other

  4. Develop positive relationships with parents and the general public associated with the organization

  5. Communicate and support the school’s mission, policies, and procedures

  6. Represent Element Education and its programs in a positive and professional manner

  7. Act as a liaison between parents and staff, as needed

Professional and Organizational Development (POD)

  1. Read a minimum of two books annually from required/recommended reading lists or in accordance with the EF’s organization goals

  2. Seek innovative approaches to self-directed learning and formal training

  3. Practice reflective observation regularly; Maintain growth mindset

  4. In collaboration with Regional Manager and School Director, plan for own career growth and ongoing professional development

  5. Understand and contribute to Organization’s vision, growth, and development

  • Other duties as assigned

  • Full-Time: Maintain a maximum student roster of thirty-two (32) students, adjusted for adjunct duties

  • Part-Time: Maintain a maximum student roster of twenty-three (23) students, adjusted for adjunct duties

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities (KSA)

  1. Understanding of Personalized Learning Model

  2. Knowledge of and experience with a wide range of K-12 curricula in all subject areas

  3. Knowledge of and experience with a wide range of educational philosophies

  4. Knowledge of the A-G requirements for high school students on the UC/CSU path

  5. Manage a home office and flexible schedule

  6. Familiarity and commitment to the mission and educational philosophy of Element Education

  7. Ability to maintain records

  8. Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding parents, families, and staff

  9. Ability to exercise emotional maturity in communicating with students, parents, and colleagues

  10. Knowledge of Microsoft 365 and applications, and Docusign preferred.

Requirements

  1. Possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university

  2. Possess a current, clear or preliminary, multiple or single subject, California teaching credential.  Candidate with a preliminary credential will be required to participate in a teacher induction program after offer of employment is made.   

  3. Phone, internet, and scanner for school business

Upon Hire/Offer

  1. First Aid/CPR/AED certification

  2. Proof that employee is free of active tuberculosis (i.e. TB risk assessment, TB test, X-ray, etc.)

  3. Successful background clearance

 

Salary: Full-Time: $46,316-$89,519; Part-Time: Up to 74% of $46,316 - $89,519

Stipend: (1) Home Office/Supply; (2) High School; (3) Special Education student roster

Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package (FT Only) - Medical, Vision, Dental, Life/AD&D, Supplemental Insurance, MetLaw, FSA; CalStrs; paid school holidays (6 weeks); 5 sick days

Work Schedule: 11 months

FLSA Classification: Exempt

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to read, speak, see, and hear well enough to communicate by telephone, electronically, and in person.  Employee must also regularly be able to write, file, type and operate a computer, telephone, and general office equipment. Job duties are occasionally performed on electronic mobile and desktop devices.  The employee must frequently sit for an extended period of time and is required to occasionally stand and walk. The employee must occasionally stoop, kneel, crouch, and/or lift up to 25 lbs.

The employee must have reliable transportation and be able to attend meetings at various Element Education regions.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

This position works in a variety of settings including, but not limited to, the home office, student homes, Resource Centers, the Administrative Office, and vendor locations. Noise level is moderate to loud.

Element Education is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.


 

 

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Location: San Diego County (Mission Valley, South Bay, Escondido) Work Schedule: Part-Time Requires Travel Requirements: 1. Possess a current, Clear or Preliminary, California Teaching Credential 2. Phone, fax, and internet for school business Upon Hire/Offer: 1. First Aid/CPR/AED certification 2. Proof that employee is free of active tuberculosis (i.e. TB risk assessment, TB test, X-ray, etc.) 3. Successful background clearance

  • Copy of Transcript
  • Credential Copy
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation ((3 Letters))
  • Resume


    Location: San Diego County (Mission Valley, South Bay, Escondido) Work Schedule: Part-Time Requires Travel Requirements: 1. Possess a current, Clear or Preliminary, California Teaching Credential 2. Phone, fax, and internet for school business Upon Hire/Offer: 1. First Aid/CPR/AED certification 2. Proof that employee is free of active tuberculosis (i.e. TB risk assessment, TB test, X-ray, etc.) 3. Successful background clearance

    • Copy of Transcript
    • Credential Copy
    • Letter of Introduction
    • Letter(s) of Recommendation ((3 Letters))
    • Resume

      Comments and Other Information

      Location: San Diego County Work Schedule: Part-Time Requires Travel To inspire each child's natural desire to learn by offering choice, flexibility, and learning standards based on learning styles and the developmental stages of the learner. Element Education is a non-profit corporation which oversees two publicly funded charter schools. Our mission is to promote a culture of education which empowers learners to find and develop their passion and to inspire the natural desire to explore and learn through choice and flexibility. We refer to students’ learning styles (dispositions, modalities, interests, talents, and environment) as well as the developmental stages of learning when collaborating with the student, parents, and mentors in developing a personalized learning plan unique to each student. During their educational journey, students demonstrate mastery by making progress toward expertise in areas related to their educational goals, autonomy through choice and self-directed learning activities, and a sense of purpose by engaging in meaningful learning which contributes to something larger than themselves. Reach your ELEMENT by helping children discover theirs! www.myelement.org

      Comments and Other Information


      Location: San Diego County Work Schedule: Part-Time Requires Travel To inspire each child's natural desire to learn by offering choice, flexibility, and learning standards based on learning styles and the developmental stages of the learner. Element Education is a non-profit corporation which oversees two publicly funded charter schools. Our mission is to promote a culture of education which empowers learners to find and develop their passion and to inspire the natural desire to explore and learn through choice and flexibility. We refer to students’ learning styles (dispositions, modalities, interests, talents, and environment) as well as the developmental stages of learning when collaborating with the student, parents, and mentors in developing a personalized learning plan unique to each student. During their educational journey, students demonstrate mastery by making progress toward expertise in areas related to their educational goals, autonomy through choice and self-directed learning activities, and a sense of purpose by engaging in meaningful learning which contributes to something larger than themselves. Reach your ELEMENT by helping children discover theirs! www.myelement.org

       


      Application Deadline

      2/5/2020 12:00 AM Pacific

      Date Posted

      8/27/2019

      Contact

      Kiran Sihota
      760-743-5818

      Number of Openings

      1

      Salary

      $46,316 - $89,519 (FT Salary Scale)

      Length of Work Year

      11 months

      Employment Type

      Part Time