Character Development Officer (Proctor) for Norton Science & Language Academy Located at 503 East Central Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408 at Lewis Center for Educational Research | EDJOIN

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Character Development Officer (Proctor) for Norton Science & Language Academy Located at 503 East Central Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408 at Lewis Center for Educational Research

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Job Information

Date Posted: 10/20/2020 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Part Time Length of Work Year: 2020/2021
Salary: (Range CL21, Step 1 - $14.58/ hr) Hourly, Non-Exempt Number Openings: (At time of posting) 3
Contact: Brook Gupta Email: bgupta@lcer.org
Phone: 760-946-5414 175
LOCATION: 503 East Central Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Complete an application online at www.edjoin.org. The following items must be submitted with the application, or the application may not be considered: • Copy of High School Diploma • Current Resume • Two current professional letters of recommendation (drafted no more than 2 years ago) • Any certificates or degrees pertaining to the position you are applying for • All information MUST BE included in the “Professional Reference” section of the application, including email address. If the Lewis Center is unable to reach your references as listed in this application, you may be disqualified from being considered as a candidate. If you have trouble downloading a document to Edjoin, please do not contact the employer. Instead, contact Edjoin Helpdesk at 1-866-378-5999.

  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (2 Letters of Recommendation required)
  • Proof of HS Graduation (GED acceptable )
  • Resume


    Complete an application online at www.edjoin.org. The following items must be submitted with the application, or the application may not be considered: • Copy of High School Diploma • Current Resume • Two current professional letters of recommendation (drafted no more than 2 years ago) • Any certificates or degrees pertaining to the position you are applying for • All information MUST BE included in the “Professional Reference” section of the application, including email address. If the Lewis Center is unable to reach your references as listed in this application, you may be disqualified from being considered as a candidate. If you have trouble downloading a document to Edjoin, please do not contact the employer. Instead, contact Edjoin Helpdesk at 1-866-378-5999.

    • Letter(s) of Recommendation (2 Letters of Recommendation required)
    • Proof of HS Graduation (GED acceptable )
    • Resume

      Comments and Other Information

      The mission of NSLA is to ensure learning for a diverse and often underserved population of students who will be college and career ready as a result of our safe and rigorous bilingual, bi-literate, and multicultural education. NSLA is an independent, direct-funded public transitional kindergarten through 8th grade countywide benefit charter school that serves approximately 800 students within San Bernardino County. NSLA is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (“WASC”). NSLA is currently planning for expansion to high school. A brand-new TK-12 campus will be constructed to meet the needs of approximately 1,450 students with a projected opening in Winter 2021. NSLA’s first charter was authorized by the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools (“SBCSS”) in 2008 and was renewed in 2016. The goal of NSLA and all stakeholders is to expand into grades 9-12 within the next five years. NSLA is a dynamic charter school that focuses on science instruction and high academic rigor in a school wide Spanish/English dual language immersion setting. NSLA believes that graduates in the 21st century need to have both scientific and multilingual skills in order to lead our global community. NSLA focuses daily on science instruction, including consistent opportunities to develop rich knowledge and skills across a broad range of scientific disciplines. NSLA’s focus on science instruction within a strong dual immersion setting, coupled with its enrichment arts programs, reflects its steadfast commitment to nurturing truly bilingual, multicultural graduates with a powerful foundation in scientific thinking and experiences. NSLA’s curriculum is based on California State Content Standards and complies with state mandated requirements for assessment. NSLA relies heavily on the complete commitment of each parent to participate fully in his or her child's education.

      Comments and Other Information


      The mission of NSLA is to ensure learning for a diverse and often underserved population of students who will be college and career ready as a result of our safe and rigorous bilingual, bi-literate, and multicultural education. NSLA is an independent, direct-funded public transitional kindergarten through 8th grade countywide benefit charter school that serves approximately 800 students within San Bernardino County. NSLA is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (“WASC”). NSLA is currently planning for expansion to high school. A brand-new TK-12 campus will be constructed to meet the needs of approximately 1,450 students with a projected opening in Winter 2021. NSLA’s first charter was authorized by the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools (“SBCSS”) in 2008 and was renewed in 2016. The goal of NSLA and all stakeholders is to expand into grades 9-12 within the next five years. NSLA is a dynamic charter school that focuses on science instruction and high academic rigor in a school wide Spanish/English dual language immersion setting. NSLA believes that graduates in the 21st century need to have both scientific and multilingual skills in order to lead our global community. NSLA focuses daily on science instruction, including consistent opportunities to develop rich knowledge and skills across a broad range of scientific disciplines. NSLA’s focus on science instruction within a strong dual immersion setting, coupled with its enrichment arts programs, reflects its steadfast commitment to nurturing truly bilingual, multicultural graduates with a powerful foundation in scientific thinking and experiences. NSLA’s curriculum is based on California State Content Standards and complies with state mandated requirements for assessment. NSLA relies heavily on the complete commitment of each parent to participate fully in his or her child's education.

       


      Application Deadline

      Until Filled

      Date Posted

      10/20/2020

      Contact

      Brook Gupta
      760-946-5414 175

      Number of Openings

      3

      Salary

      (Range CL21, Step 1 - $14.58/ hr) Hourly, Non-Exempt

      Length of Work Year

      2020/2021

      Employment Type

      Part Time

      LOCATION:

      503 East Central Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408