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Computer Helpdesk Technician for the Lewis Center for Educational Research at Lewis Center for Educational Research

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Job Information

Date Posted: 11/5/2020 Application Deadline: 1/30/2021 12:00 AM Pacific
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 2020/2021
Salary: Range CS31, Step 1 ($19.92 per hour/$38,724.48 annual) Salaried, Non-exempt Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Brook Gupta Email: bgupta@lcer.org
Phone: 760-946-5414 175
LOCATION: 17500 Mana Road, Apple Valley, CA 92307

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

When completing this employment application, please be sure to include the following: - Two Current Professional Letters of Recommendation - Current Resume. - Any required certificates, or other documentation as listed on the job posting - Be sure that your employment references listed on this application are filled out in their entirety. - Three professional references are required and all reference information must be complete and current, to include direct phone numbers and email addresses. 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. *** Failure to complete all requirements prior to submitting applications may disqualify applicants from being considered**** ***All documents must be submitted via edjoin. NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have trouble downloading a document to Edjoin, please DO NOT contact the employer. Instead, you may contact the edjoin helpdesk at 1-866-378-5999.***

  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two (2) Letters Required)
  • Resume (Resume)


    When completing this employment application, please be sure to include the following: - Two Current Professional Letters of Recommendation - Current Resume. - Any required certificates, or other documentation as listed on the job posting - Be sure that your employment references listed on this application are filled out in their entirety. - Three professional references are required and all reference information must be complete and current, to include direct phone numbers and email addresses. 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. *** Failure to complete all requirements prior to submitting applications may disqualify applicants from being considered**** ***All documents must be submitted via edjoin. NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have trouble downloading a document to Edjoin, please DO NOT contact the employer. Instead, you may contact the edjoin helpdesk at 1-866-378-5999.***

    • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two (2) Letters Required)
    • Resume (Resume)

      Comments and Other Information

      The Lewis Center for Educational Research’s mission is to ensure that our schools and programs prepare students for success in a global society through data-driven, innovative and research-proven practices in a safe and inclusive culture. LCER is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization that operates two charter schools: Academy for Academic Excellence (“AAE”) in Apple Valley, a TK-12 college-preparatory program with a STEAM emphasis, and Norton Science and Language Academy (“NSLA”) in San Bernardino, a TK-8 Spanish/English Dual Immersion model school with a STEAM emphasis. The LCER’s unique partnership with NASA/JPL on the GAVRT Radio Astronomy Project has reached more than 600 teachers and 50,000 students around the world in ongoing science campaigns. LCER also operates a number of historical and STEM local outreach programs from their replica pioneer town, Mineral City, and at the Apple Valley Center for Innovation (an informal education STEM Center in partnership with AVUSD). LCER is governed by a Board, which is comprised of up to nine (9) volunteers representing businesses, education and parents within the community in which the LCER and its programs operate. The Board members meet monthly. The CEO is a non-voting member of the Board and answers directly to the Board. All employees of LCER, to include its two schools and all programs, work under the direction of the CEO and the oversight of LCER Board. LCER provides administrative oversight and support for its two charter schools and programs in the following areas: finance, assessment and evaluation, technology, human resources, facilities, special education and curriculum support. LCER Executive Team, comprised of the CEO, LCER departmental directors and Principals, meets weekly to ensure the administration, supervision and implementation occurs across the organization. LCER promotes, supports, and services the educational needs of students, teachers, and community members. LCER partners with public or private organizations and individuals in order to implement research-based programs for its laboratory schools and educational programs. Some of the partnerships include the United States Air Force JROTC, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the International Association of Laboratory Schools, California Charter Schools Association, California Association of Bilingual Educators, Kelly Space & Technology, Apple Valley Unified School District, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, Victor Valley College, University of Redlands, University of California, Riverside, Cal State University of San Bernardino, and Loma Linda University.

      Comments and Other Information


      The Lewis Center for Educational Research’s mission is to ensure that our schools and programs prepare students for success in a global society through data-driven, innovative and research-proven practices in a safe and inclusive culture. LCER is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization that operates two charter schools: Academy for Academic Excellence (“AAE”) in Apple Valley, a TK-12 college-preparatory program with a STEAM emphasis, and Norton Science and Language Academy (“NSLA”) in San Bernardino, a TK-8 Spanish/English Dual Immersion model school with a STEAM emphasis. The LCER’s unique partnership with NASA/JPL on the GAVRT Radio Astronomy Project has reached more than 600 teachers and 50,000 students around the world in ongoing science campaigns. LCER also operates a number of historical and STEM local outreach programs from their replica pioneer town, Mineral City, and at the Apple Valley Center for Innovation (an informal education STEM Center in partnership with AVUSD). LCER is governed by a Board, which is comprised of up to nine (9) volunteers representing businesses, education and parents within the community in which the LCER and its programs operate. The Board members meet monthly. The CEO is a non-voting member of the Board and answers directly to the Board. All employees of LCER, to include its two schools and all programs, work under the direction of the CEO and the oversight of LCER Board. LCER provides administrative oversight and support for its two charter schools and programs in the following areas: finance, assessment and evaluation, technology, human resources, facilities, special education and curriculum support. LCER Executive Team, comprised of the CEO, LCER departmental directors and Principals, meets weekly to ensure the administration, supervision and implementation occurs across the organization. LCER promotes, supports, and services the educational needs of students, teachers, and community members. LCER partners with public or private organizations and individuals in order to implement research-based programs for its laboratory schools and educational programs. Some of the partnerships include the United States Air Force JROTC, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the International Association of Laboratory Schools, California Charter Schools Association, California Association of Bilingual Educators, Kelly Space & Technology, Apple Valley Unified School District, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, Victor Valley College, University of Redlands, University of California, Riverside, Cal State University of San Bernardino, and Loma Linda University.

       


      Application Deadline

      1/30/2021 12:00 AM Pacific

      Date Posted

      11/5/2020

      Contact

      Brook Gupta
      760-946-5414 175

      Number of Openings

      1

      Salary

      Range CS31, Step 1 ($19.92 per hour/$38,724.48 annual) Salaried, Non-exempt

      Length of Work Year

      2020/2021

      Employment Type

      Full Time

      LOCATION:

      17500 Mana Road, Apple Valley, CA 92307