mona@rabiel.com

 

EDUCATION / TEACHING

 

 

Central Consolidated School District Vacancies                                  Closing Date:  OPEN    
Apply Onlinewww.applitrack.com/ccsdnm/onlineapp/

 

Closing Date:
07/31/15
 
FRONT OFFICE CLERK
RA Biel Plumbing and Heating, Inc.
 
  HOURS / WEEK: 20 - 25
DAYS OF WEEK: Mon - Fri
SALARY RANGE: DOE
POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Answer phones, greet customers, data entry, A/R and file. Knowledgeable in computers and strong verbal communications. Engaging personality that blends well with fast-paced environment. Accounts Receivable experience preferred but will train.

HOW TO APPLY
Come visit us at 1205 Troy King Road, Farmington NM or email resume to mona@rabiel.com
(Posted: 07/07/15)
 


Closing Date:
08/30/15
OFFICE MANAGER / FINANCIAL CLERK / ADMIN ASST
Impala Networks, Inc.
  HOURS / WEEK: 41
DAYS OF WEEK: 5
SALARY RANGE: $28k - $36k
POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Impala Networks is hiring for a full-time office manager whose duties will include basic bookkeeping tasks such as invoicing, A.R., A.P., some ordering of products, managing office supplies, helping to run an organized office, and some related administrative assistant assignments.


Qualifications:
The employee must be very organized and orderly to help keep our books and office in good order. Attention to fine details, strong critical analysis and careful discernment skills are imperative.

Experience with QuickBooks, A.R., A.P., and invoicing is preferred.

All employees must meet relevant standard workforce criteria as indicated here:
http://impalanetworks.com/our-company/careers/professional-workforce-character

HOW TO APPLY
Please email a resume to jobs@impalanetworks.com
(Posted: 07/02/15)
 

Closing Date:
10/30/2015
Infant/Toddler/Preschool Teachers

Company Name: Fundamentals Child Development Center
 

 
Approx. hrs. / week 20-40
Days of week M-F
Salary Range 9,000-22,000 per year/ based on experience

Position Description and Qualifications
All Teaching Positions for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool aged children.
Floating Staff
Substitute Staff

How to Apply
See employment page at www.fundamentalscdc.com
Email resumes to info@fundamentalscdc.com

(posted 7/27/15)
 

 

Closing Date:
09/15/15               

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AMERICORPS VISTA
Generation Schools Network

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Mon - Fri
SALARY RANGE:    $11,676

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Job Overview
Generation School s Network (GSN) is a nonprofit that seeks to transform public education through sustainable, scalable strategies that drive student achievement and teacher effectiveness for all students and teachers. GSN seeks motivated self-starters to join its team as VISTA members who would help advance the organization’s vision to help prepare students for success in school, work and life, by engaging the community to provide further support to its partner schools. VISTA members will work at partner school or district office to develop tools and procedures specifically in the areas of parent engagement, volunteer management, community partnerships, and social media communication.
Area of focus depends on site, but all sites will incorporate at least some of each element of Community Engagement. Efforts to engage the community will help schools provide more supports to students, helping them succeed in the following areas: academic preparedness, college and career readiness, and health and wellness. These three elements are part of the three-tiered focus that Generation Schools Network helps its partner schools to implement.
Duties Include:
• Develop and implement capacity-building strategies at school and district levels that will help schools to further engage the community on behalf of student success as well as family and school staff support
• Create training materials and compile best practices for teachers and administrators to further parent engagement
• Design and implement strategies for social media communications
• Help to solidify the on-boarding process, training materials, supervision, and appreciation of volunteers
• Build community partnerships
• Other projects as needed
Skills/Qualifications/Experience
Minimum of a bachelor’s degree; At least 21 years old, Experience working with low-income backgrounds preferred; Strong written and oral communication and interpersonal skills; Highly organized, able to multi-task, work independently, and exercise discretion. Spanish-English bilingual a plus, but not required.

Jobs available and locations:
(2) Parent and Community Engagement Specialist – Pagosa Springs Elementary-Pagosa Springs, CO and West Generation Academy-Denver, CO
(2) Volunteer and Community Engagement Specialist- Bayfield Middle School-Bayfield, CO and Cincinnati Generation Academy-Cincinnati, OH
(1) Community Partner Engagement Specialist- Cincinnati Generation Academy-Cincinnati, OH
(3) Communications and Community Engagement Specialist- Santa Fe Trail BOCES-La Junta, CO, South Central BOCES-Pueblo, CO, and Generation Schools Network-Denver, CO
(1) AmeriCorps VISTA Leader- Generation Schools Network, Denver, CO

HOW TO APPLY
Application Deadlines:
Round 1: June 25, 2015
Round 2: September 1, 2015
Please contact Leslie Burdick at Generation Schools to express your interest: lburdick@generationschools.org and then fill out a full application here: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/recruit/registration.do

(Posted:  06/09/15)
 

 

 


 


 

 

Closing Date:
08/01/15

BLUEPRINT MATH FELLOWSHIP (K-12 Education) 2015-2016
Blueprint Schools Network

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    5
SALARY RANGE:  
 $20,000 - $21,000 / Academic Year

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Blueprint Schools Network, Inc. (Blueprint) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping school districts close the achievement gap in their lowest-performing schools. Using a blueprint of comprehensive reform strategies, we partner with school districts to plan, implement, and monitor the progress of whole school turnaround with the goal of improving educational and life opportunities for students.

One of Blueprint’s most significant supports resides in the Blueprint Fellows Program, a comprehensive tutoring program that aims to accelerate student achievement in mathematics. We are currently seeking fellows for our schools in Boston, MA, Salem, MA, Denver, CO, and St. Louis, MO.

Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website, http://blueprintschools.org/fellows/ to learn more about the program.

Position Summary
Blueprint Fellows play an integral role in heightening student achievement in schools across the country. On a daily basis, Fellows build individualized lessons based on predetermined curriculum and plan activities that help to fill in academic gaps students may have to strengthen academic performance inside the classroom. During the course of the year, Fellows are building strong relationships that help to increase each student’s self-confidence in and commitment to his/her education, helping to foster a positive future for each student.

While teachers have classrooms of 25 or 30 students, Fellows manage no more than 4 students at a time. This allows for the individualization of remedial and supplemental instruction. Fellows receive on-going mentoring and professional development as well as receive written evaluation of feedback from their assigned Fellows Coordinator. Fellows are charged with focusing on the individual needs of their students, helping to bolster and accelerate student achievement while helping to close any skill gaps that may exist.

We are now accepting applications for the following opportunities:

• Current and Waitlist Positions for the 2014-2015 School Year
• Candidates who apply for waitlist positions will be considered if a Fellow position becomes available throughout the current school year.
o Please visit https://fellows-blueprintschools.icims.com/jobs/1089/blueprint-math-fellow-2014-2015-%26-2015-2016/job for current 2014-2015 openings.
• 2015-2016 School Year Positions
o Start date for a 2015-2016 Fellow position is late-July or August 2015, depending on site location.

Expectations
Fellows have a variety of responsibilities that allow them to be an integral piece of their student’s educational experience. Fellow responsibilities typically fall into one of the following categories: Instruction, Planning, Communication & Feedback, and Compliance. Examples of duties that Fellows have that fall into these categories include:

Instruction:
• Carry out all the responsibilities of an academic tutor and ensure that students are constantly learning and being challenged. Observe, monitor, and assess students’ performance on a regular basis and record data to track student performance.
• Assist students in setting and reaching academic goals.
• Modify instruction and related lesson plans based on student assessment results.
• Present subject matter to students using a variety of research-based instructional strategies centered on students’ individual needs.
• Work alongside school staff to broaden the academic and instructional resources available to students.

Planning:
• Plan daily and weekly lesson plans based on predetermined curriculum.
• Prepare instructional activities that aid in mastering specific academic skills, including subject matter content and state-mandated and end-of-course assessments.
• Collaborate with appropriate classroom teachers, department administration and Fellow Coordinator to ensure that each student is on track with their classroom materials and instruction.

Communication & Feedback:
• Reach out to a student’s family at least once every two weeks to update the family on the student’s academic progress in tutorial.
• Develop a frequent and consistent line of communication between the student’s family and the school regarding a student’s academic status.
• Actively participate in professional development activities necessary to successfully carry out job-related duties.
• Meet with Fellows Coordinator in order to receive coaching and formal evaluation feedback.

Compliance:
• Maintain confidentiality of student information as required by law and district policies.
• Enforce school/district behavior rules and policies.
• Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

Requirements
Being a Fellow is an intense but rewarding experience. It’s important that each Blueprint Fellow understands the urgency and rigor needed to help each and every student succeed in school. The following is what we are looking for from each and every one of our Fellows.

• Willingness to be a team-player with a strong sense of personal accountability and strong communication skills.
• Entrepreneurial spirit and ability to be flexible and deal with a certain amount of unpredictability.
• The ability and willingness to go above and beyond to help support student achievement.
• Associates degree or higher required.
• Experience working with adolescents or related field preferred.
• Experience tutoring or mentoring youth is preferred.

Salary and Benefits
The salary for a Fellow position is $20,000-$21,000 per school year depending on site location. Depending on start date, salary may be pro-rated. The Fellow position includes a benefits package.

HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website, http://blueprintschools.org/fellows/apply-now to learn more about the program and to access the online application.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The timeline for the application process varies by district. The Blueprint Recruiting Team will provide an update regarding the status of your application within two weeks of submitting your application. The timeline for regional interviews varies by district, and while some districts do not begin regional interviews until the spring, others begin as early as December. We encourage all interested candidates to apply early! Applying early increases the chances of accommodating your regional and school level preferences.
Blueprint Schools Network and all applicable school districts are Equal Opportunity Employers and do not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, cultural heritage, ancestry, political belief, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability or veteran status.

(Posted:  3/1/15)