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Help students discover and achieve their dreams. Join the National Teaching Fellowship in California.

As an AmeriCorps National Teaching Fellow at Citizen Schools, you’ll change the lives of middle school students. You’ll serve as a member of a diverse team of caring adults dedicated to transforming the school day for middle school students in low income communities. We do this by adding three hours to the end of the school day, during which students receive additional academic support in math or language arts, complete homework in structured sessions and participate in hands-on apprenticeships taught by volunteer professionals from the community.

As a National Teaching Fellow, you will be performing an extraordinary act of citizenship, helping the nation to address one of its greatest challenges, educating our youth in ways that promote self belief, college readiness, and the skills needed to achieve their dreams. It is an opportunity that leads to a better future for students, yet also holds rich benefits for those willing to dedicate two years of their life to national service through AmeriCorps. That’s why we call the opportunity: Teach, Serve, Grow.

All National Teaching Fellow positions begin in July 2019 with Summer Institute, an intensive training program during which you will learn the skills needed to successfully serve in low income schools and deliver high quality academic enrichment to students.

Essential Duties & Service Member Functions

During your two years as a National Teaching Fellow you will:

SERVE: The ability to connect with students day-to-day and help them through the difficult years of middle school is a profound opportunity for many individuals who join the Fellowship. Fellows are eager to impact the academics of students directly, but also have the opportunity to influence student growth through the lens of a mentor and coach.


  • Act as a liaison and advocate for students in the school community

  • Communicate regularly with families to discuss student progress and program updates

  • Partner with volunteers from businesses, nonprofits, universities, and other local organizations, to create relevant, real-world learning experiences for students

  • Identify assets that already exist in the communities we serve, and support with making direct connections to our students and families

  • Create and reinforce a culture of achievement

  • Build lasting relationships with students, families, and volunteers that increase the school’s impact in the community

  • Create opportunities for students that strengthen the connection between academic success, college, and career

TEACH: Driving academic outcomes is a core component of our mission. On many campuses our Fellows push in or pull out small groups of students to aide instruction that is occurring during the first shift. (occasionally Fellows may deliver new content in select regions only and may vary by campus). Teaching Fellows have an important role to play in the extension of learned content or “reteaching”/ reinforcing what was previously delivered by a member of the first shift.


  • Deliver hands-on, engaging lessons in Math and/or English Language Arts and provide structured homework/project support

  • Partner with first shift teachers and families to support student academic and personal growth

  • Inspire students to set and achieve ambitious goals, and hold students to consistently high expectations

  • Monitor and use student learning data to inform instructional/ program decisions

  • Prepare students for college by cementing college-to-career-connections

  • Motivate students to attain the knowledge, skills, and beliefs to achieve personal goals

  • Explicitly communicate the idea that hard work + opportunity = success

  • Steward good classroom practice, including the creation of a safe learning environment

GROW: Training and support are critical components of the Teaching Fellowship experience and contribute greatly to our Teaching Fellows’ overall successes, both in their direct service, and their personal/professional development. We are committed to providing ongoing coaching opportunities throughout their two years of service that will lead to student impact, as well as career advancement.


  • Be challenged by diverse professional experiences at school, in the regional office, and with partner organizations

  • Impact program results through direct responsibility for school/ region-wide projects

  • Plan, execute, and participate in a variety of school and regional events

  • Network with senior professionals in diverse disciplines including: technology, law, finance, and higher education

  • Collect, analyze, and use data to inform decision-making

  • Operate in an entrepreneurial environment with access to campus, regional, and national leadership

  • Give and receive feedback, strengthening personal and professional skills

  • Grow cultural competencies through the opportunity to work as part of a diverse professional and school community

  • Receive career pathway development training and opportunities in your second year of service, such as resume coaching, job identification that aligns with your interests, as well as interviewing coaching techniques

Qualifications

It takes a special person to work in education reform and to meet the challenges of today’s schools. Before applying, please consider the following qualifications, skills, and experiences that we have found lead to success as a Teaching Fellow. No one candidate will meet every criteria; however, it is a good exercise to review the list in advance of submitting your application to ensure you believe you have “what it takes” to support middle school students to help them discover and achieve their dreams.


  • Education Requirement- Must have completed at least 60 credit hours or its equivalent at an accredited college or university (according to the standard 1 credit hour, per hour spent in class per week), with a 2.5 cumulative GPA. Bachelor’s degree, preferred. If you are interested in serving and do not meet the education requirement, please take a look at our school support positions. Note: CS employees who have served as a Teaching Associate (TA) for at least one year can apply, so long as they completed no fewer than four semesters of coursework (the equivalent of 60 college credit hours). TAs should intend to have a Campus Leader submitted as a reference.

  • Knowledge of and commitment to the Citizen Schools’ mission to serve students in low income communities

  • Experience working or volunteering with students

  • Passion for changing the lives of middle school students

  • Desire to work with students and families in low income communities

  • Strong academic skills in Math and English

  • Ability to coach and mentor others

  • Ability to solicit and receive adjusting feedback

  • Commitment to teamwork and collaboration with colleagues from diverse backgrounds

  • Ability to build relationships and influence students, colleagues, and community members

  • Outstanding communication skills, strong detail orientation, time management, and organization skills

  • Demonstrated leadership ability

  • Demonstration of Citizen Schools’ values: Pride, Joy, Respect, Courage, Teamwork, Perseverance, and Vision

Compensation & Benefits

National Teaching Fellows receive an annual living stipend of $23,550 pre- tax, paid out in bi-weekly installments. You will also be eligible to receive:


  • $5,920 Segal Education Award for each year of service successfully completed

  • Forbearance of qualified student loans during your two years of service

  • Access to high quality health, dental and vision insurance

  • Childcare benefits

  • A national support network of members and alumni

  • Ongoing professional development throughout 2-year service commitment

*For a more comprehensive view for each of the above benefits, please follow this link.

Application Process

The admissions process is rigorous, so interested candidates are encouraged to apply early. You can learn more by visiting our website at www.citizenschools.org/national-teaching-fellowship.

Physical, Environmental and Health and Safety Requirements

Serving as a National Teaching Fellow with Citizen Schools requires members to be able to meet essential requirements in the following categories:



  • Physical Requirements: Frequent movement and physical abilities to perform writing, communication and visual responsibilities are key in this service role.


  • Health and Safety: Ability to maintain safety and respond to safety situations that commonly occur at schools.


  • Environmental Conditions: Placement in urban school settings comes with exposure to many factors.


  • Technology/Equipment use: There are baseline technology requirements in this position that require ability to use and leverage a computer and other technology aids in schools.

To learn more about specifics within these areas, please click here or contact a member of the Talent Team for more information.

Keeping Schools Safe

Qualified candidates are required to successfully complete local and AmeriCorps directed criminal history and sexual offender checks. The requirements for clearance differ by region and school district based on applicable law and what are defined allowable convictions locally.

You can learn more about AmeriCorps required checks by clicking here. Please note allowable offenses are dictated by the local municipality and can change at the discretion of local districts.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT: Citizen Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, cultural heritage, ancestry, political belief, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability or veteran status. Citizen Schools is compliant with the American with Disabilities Act and we are committed to making special accommodations for your interview or work as a member of our team.

If specific accommodations are needed during your interview, and/or you have longer term accommodation needs in order to fulfill the essential functions of this service opportunity, please contact a member of the Talent Team at 617.695.2300 ext. 1290 and we will work to accommodate your needs.

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Looking for a new career? Interested in fitness?

We are a growing personal fitness training company, currently with over 60 studios located nationwide, including 4 Bay Area Peninsula locations (Southwest San Jose, Sunnyvale, Menlo Park, and San Mateo). We are currently seeking to fill positions in all of our locations. We're looking for enthusiastic people who want to enter the field of personal fitness training. If you have the qualities we're looking for, we will hire you and teach you everything you need to know in order to become a top-of-the-line trainer. Enjoy the opportunity to interact with our clients, help them change their bodies, and get paid to work in a field that you love.

We also PAY YOU to go through our certification process - not only for your time, but you will also be eligible for a $1,000 bonus for completing certification!

Enjoy the opportunity to interact with our clients, help them change their bodies, and get paid to work in a field that you love.

No prior fitness work experience or fitness education is required. We're interested in people with the following qualities:

• Energetic & Attractive Personality

• Dependable

• Coachable

• Great Work Ethic

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St Matthias Preschool is seeking full time preschool teacher who can passionately support children's play. This position is currently available. If you are interested in a team-teaching experience with preschool, please consider applying. Shifts are 8:30-5:30 and is 40 hours a week schedule Monday through Friday. To support the Archdiocese of San Francisco in its mission in service of the Body Of Christ, this position reports directly to the Preschool Director and performs the teaching duties for the preschool with limited supervision.

St Matthias Preschool is a place where learning is a joint venture between children and teachers and where learning happens in the context of childhood. We provide children with many experiences and materials to express and represent their thinking.

Essential Job Functions

The Assistant Preschool Teacher will be expected to support two, three, four and five year old classrooms.

Job duties include but are not limited to:

• Collaborate and support teaching teams including preschool and extended care.

• Communicate well with children, staff and parents.

• Support and cooperate with other professional staff members in assessing and helping students solve health and behavioral challenges.

• Assist in maintaining an effective environment for learning through daily provocations and invitations, intentional presentation of materials centered hands-on learning opportunities, and documentation.

Qualifications

• Applicants must have at least 12 units in ECE/CD (or in process); 24 units are preferred.

• 2 years of teaching experience preferred (but not required).

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 ARC Access is looking for responsible, dependable, compassionate individuals with experience in health care, caregiving, IHSS or as a direct support professional. Experience supporting people with restricted health conditions is highly desirable.

CNAs, acute care and rehabilitation professionals are encouraged to apply.

Our Community Access Specialists provide 1:1 home and community-based day services for adults with multiple and severe developmental disabilities and significant health conditions.

Applicants should be willing to:

- drive an agency van

- provide extensive personal care assistance, such as feeding and changing

- interact in a positive, supportive manner with people who have multiple and severe disabilities

Minimum requirements include: HS Diploma or GED. Experience assisting adults with personal care. Solid, verifiable work history. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a California driver's license, car as well as a good driving record. Must be able to pass Department of Justice clearance, including fingerprinting and background check, and health screen.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 am-4:30 pm (37.5 hrs/wk). Part-time positions Mon-Fri 9 am-1 pm (20 hrs/wk) are also available in Hayward, Newark and Fremont.

Location: Fremont. Must be able to work the Fremont, Newark, Union City, Hayward area.

Compensation: $16.00 per hour plus great benefits!

Contra Costa ARC's benefits package for 37.5 hrs/wk includes: Medical, Dental, Life and Long Term Disability Insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, Vacation, Sick Days, and 11 paid Holidays plus a paid "holiday" on the employee's birthday. Our vacation accrual rates are generous: 1st and 2nd year of employment = 2 weeks vacation a year; 3rd and 4th year of employment = 3 weeks vacation a year; 5th to 9th year of employment = 4 weeks vacation a year; the 10th year onward = 5 weeks vacation a year.

To Apply: Use the Apply Now link to send a resume or work history with dates of employment or fax 925-370-2048. Include in Subject Line: "Community Access Specialist." Please indicate why you are interested in this particular position (any relevant experience, background, etc.).

Keywords: Acute care, CNA, Caregiver, DSP, Direct Support Provider, Disabilities, Developmental Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Nursing, Nurse, Health Care, Home Health Aide, HHA, Activities Assistant

www.ContraCostaARC.org

All positions open until filled. 

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Wage: 15.50 to 20.00 per hour

Job Type: Part-time

Schedule: Afternoons, Evenings, Optional Weekends

Who We Are:

· We specialize in one-to-one therapy for students diagnosed with dyslexia and other learning and attention challenges.

· Using a variety of techniques, we help students become truly confident and independent learners by addressing the underlying processing skills such as auditory and visual processing, sensory-motor integration, and logic and reasoning to support academic skills such as: reading, spelling, writing, and math skills.

This Career Opportunity:

· This position is an excellent fit for students enrolled in the field of educational therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, mindfulness practice, music and art therapy and/or individuals vested in these fields who are looking to expand their practice.

Description of Duties:

· Has a growth mindset around learning

· Believes in developing life-long-learning skills and a love of learning

· Possesses strong written communication skills.

· Able to assess students and determine priority of goals for individual students.

· Able to compose and implement lesson plans for assigned students.

· Able to learn quickly and generalize knowledge to all areas of instruction.

· Be a problem solver.

· Be flexible.

· Able to communicate positively and effectively with students, parents, teachers, network providers, vendors, and coworkers.

· Able to attend weekly staff meetings.

· Good office management skills such as: strong keyboarding, organization, and preparation of curriculum.

Benefits:

· Flexible Hours

· Rate of pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.

· Bonuses based on performance reviews.

· Opportunity for advancement based on performance review.

· Extensive on the job training. Supervision provided weekly by Educational Therapy Provider.

· On the job training.

· Hours flexible and range from 15 to 25 hours per week.

· If interested, please send your resume to lyonlearning@gmail.com

We strongly urge all applicants to peruse our website prior to applying for this position at www.lyonlearning.com

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Help students discover and achieve their dreams. Join the National Teaching Fellowship in California.

As an AmeriCorps National Teaching Fellow at Citizen Schools, you’ll change the lives of middle school students. You’ll serve as a member of a diverse team of caring adults dedicated to transforming the school day for middle school students in low income communities. We do this by adding three hours to the end of the school day, during which students receive additional academic support in math or language arts, complete homework in structured sessions and participate in hands-on apprenticeships taught by volunteer professionals from the community.

As a National Teaching Fellow, you will be performing an extraordinary act of citizenship, helping the nation to address one of its greatest challenges, educating our youth in ways that promote self belief, college readiness, and the skills needed to achieve their dreams. It is an opportunity that leads to a better future for students, yet also holds rich benefits for those willing to dedicate two years of their life to national service through AmeriCorps. That’s why we call the opportunity: Teach, Serve, Grow.

All National Teaching Fellow positions begin in July 2019 with Summer Institute, an intensive training program during which you will learn the skills needed to successfully serve in low income schools and deliver high quality academic enrichment to students.

Essential Duties & Service Member Functions

During your two years as a National Teaching Fellow you will:

SERVE: The ability to connect with students day-to-day and help them through the difficult years of middle school is a profound opportunity for many individuals who join the Fellowship. Fellows are eager to impact the academics of students directly, but also have the opportunity to influence student growth through the lens of a mentor and coach.


  • Act as a liaison and advocate for students in the school community

  • Communicate regularly with families to discuss student progress and program updates

  • Partner with volunteers from businesses, nonprofits, universities, and other local organizations, to create relevant, real-world learning experiences for students

  • Identify assets that already exist in the communities we serve, and support with making direct connections to our students and families

  • Create and reinforce a culture of achievement

  • Build lasting relationships with students, families, and volunteers that increase the school’s impact in the community

  • Create opportunities for students that strengthen the connection between academic success, college, and career

TEACH: Driving academic outcomes is a core component of our mission. On many campuses our Fellows push in or pull out small groups of students to aide instruction that is occurring during the first shift. (occasionally Fellows may deliver new content in select regions only and may vary by campus). Teaching Fellows have an important role to play in the extension of learned content or “reteaching”/ reinforcing what was previously delivered by a member of the first shift.


  • Deliver hands-on, engaging lessons in Math and/or English Language Arts and provide structured homework/project support

  • Partner with first shift teachers and families to support student academic and personal growth

  • Inspire students to set and achieve ambitious goals, and hold students to consistently high expectations

  • Monitor and use student learning data to inform instructional/ program decisions

  • Prepare students for college by cementing college-to-career-connections

  • Motivate students to attain the knowledge, skills, and beliefs to achieve personal goals

  • Explicitly communicate the idea that hard work + opportunity = success

  • Steward good classroom practice, including the creation of a safe learning environment

GROW: Training and support are critical components of the Teaching Fellowship experience and contribute greatly to our Teaching Fellows’ overall successes, both in their direct service, and their personal/professional development. We are committed to providing ongoing coaching opportunities throughout their two years of service that will lead to student impact, as well as career advancement.


  • Be challenged by diverse professional experiences at school, in the regional office, and with partner organizations

  • Impact program results through direct responsibility for school/ region-wide projects

  • Plan, execute, and participate in a variety of school and regional events

  • Network with senior professionals in diverse disciplines including: technology, law, finance, and higher education

  • Collect, analyze, and use data to inform decision-making

  • Operate in an entrepreneurial environment with access to campus, regional, and national leadership

  • Give and receive feedback, strengthening personal and professional skills

  • Grow cultural competencies through the opportunity to work as part of a diverse professional and school community

  • Receive career pathway development training and opportunities in your second year of service, such as resume coaching, job identification that aligns with your interests, as well as interviewing coaching techniques

Qualifications

It takes a special person to work in education reform and to meet the challenges of today’s schools. Before applying, please consider the following qualifications, skills, and experiences that we have found lead to success as a Teaching Fellow. No one candidate will meet every criteria; however, it is a good exercise to review the list in advance of submitting your application to ensure you believe you have “what it takes” to support middle school students to help them discover and achieve their dreams.


  • Education Requirement- Must have completed at least 60 credit hours or its equivalent at an accredited college or university (according to the standard 1 credit hour, per hour spent in class per week), with a 2.5 cumulative GPA. Bachelor’s degree, preferred. If you are interested in serving and do not meet the education requirement, please take a look at our school support positions. Note: CS employees who have served as a Teaching Associate (TA) for at least one year can apply, so long as they completed no fewer than four semesters of coursework (the equivalent of 60 college credit hours). TAs should intend to have a Campus Leader submitted as a reference.

  • Knowledge of and commitment to the Citizen Schools’ mission to serve students in low income communities

  • Experience working or volunteering with students

  • Passion for changing the lives of middle school students

  • Desire to work with students and families in low income communities

  • Strong academic skills in Math and English

  • Ability to coach and mentor others

  • Ability to solicit and receive adjusting feedback

  • Commitment to teamwork and collaboration with colleagues from diverse backgrounds

  • Ability to build relationships and influence students, colleagues, and community members

  • Outstanding communication skills, strong detail orientation, time management, and organization skills

  • Demonstrated leadership ability

  • Demonstration of Citizen Schools’ values: Pride, Joy, Respect, Courage, Teamwork, Perseverance, and Vision

Compensation & Benefits

National Teaching Fellows receive an annual living stipend of $23,550 pre- tax, paid out in bi-weekly installments. You will also be eligible to receive:


  • $5,920 Segal Education Award for each year of service successfully completed

  • Forbearance of qualified student loans during your two years of service

  • Access to high quality health, dental and vision insurance

  • Childcare benefits

  • A national support network of members and alumni

  • Ongoing professional development throughout 2-year service commitment

*For a more comprehensive view for each of the above benefits, please follow this link.

Application Process

The admissions process is rigorous, so interested candidates are encouraged to apply early. You can learn more by visiting our website at www.citizenschools.org/national-teaching-fellowship.

Physical, Environmental and Health and Safety Requirements

Serving as a National Teaching Fellow with Citizen Schools requires members to be able to meet essential requirements in the following categories:



  • Physical Requirements: Frequent movement and physical abilities to perform writing, communication and visual responsibilities are key in this service role.


  • Health and Safety: Ability to maintain safety and respond to safety situations that commonly occur at schools.


  • Environmental Conditions: Placement in urban school settings comes with exposure to many factors.


  • Technology/Equipment use: There are baseline technology requirements in this position that require ability to use and leverage a computer and other technology aids in schools.

To learn more about specifics within these areas, please click here or contact a member of the Talent Team for more information.

Keeping Schools Safe

Qualified candidates are required to successfully complete local and AmeriCorps directed criminal history and sexual offender checks. The requirements for clearance differ by region and school district based on applicable law and what are defined allowable convictions locally.

You can learn more about AmeriCorps required checks by clicking here. Please note allowable offenses are dictated by the local municipality and can change at the discretion of local districts.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT: Citizen Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, cultural heritage, ancestry, political belief, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability or veteran status. Citizen Schools is compliant with the American with Disabilities Act and we are committed to making special accommodations for your interview or work as a member of our team.

If specific accommodations are needed during your interview, and/or you have longer term accommodation needs in order to fulfill the essential functions of this service opportunity, please contact a member of the Talent Team at 617.695.2300 ext. 1290 and we will work to accommodate your needs.

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Want to earn up to $35/hr tutoring grades K-12? Come join our team of tutors! 

 

We, Spark Academics, are a platform that matches students with private, in-home tutors. We cater to grades K-12 and are currently partnered with two private schools in Hayward and two private schools in Fremont, so we are receiving several kids from all around the East Bay. We contract all of our tutors, which makes this a very flexible job! You have the freedom to create your own schedule with the ability to make very fair wages. We have been getting tons of inquiries from parents in the past couple of months, especially given the fact that summer is right around the corner. With that being said, we are looking for tutors to help us meet the demand. We are looking for about 5 tutors to join our outgoing, enthusiastic team of tutors! Pay will vary depending on what/how many subjects you can tutor. You will have the opportunity to earn great bonuses as well. Here at Spark, we pride ourselves on creating a fun and safe learning environment for both our students and tutors! (P.S. ***WE ARE IN DIRE NEED OF A TUTOR WHO CAN TUTOR BOTH AP STATISTICS AND PHYSICS. WE HAVE IMMEDIATE WORK FOR YOU***)

 

REQUIREMENTS:

-Must be 18 years or older

-Must have at least one year of tutoring experience

-Must have a car and be able to drive

 

To apply, please email your resume and most recent transcripts (if possible) to sparkacademicsk12@gmail.com. Feel free to call us at (510)-585-3977 or visit us at www.sparkacademics.com if you have any questions. 

 

Let's 'Ignite the Mind' together!

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 Early Childhood Center Office Manager 

Job Type: Full Time Employee

Location: Stanford, California  

Site: Stock Farm Road Children’s Center

Hours: 9:30-6:30

Compensation: Competitive salary

Job Description:  We are looking for an office manager to join the leadership team onsite at our early childhood center on the Stanford University campus. This position is responsible for greeting children and families, managing phone calls, maintaining administrative documents and files, maintaining strict confidentiality regarding family and staff information, school calendaring and scheduling, supply ordering and working with vendors, among other various administrative tasks. Additionally, our office manager will support our early childhood classrooms, on an as needed basis.  The ideal candidates will be friendly, flexible, professional and reliable. This position requires an individual who manages their time effectively and independently, demonstrates exceptional organizational skills, communicates clearly, and thrives in a dynamic work environment.  This position is full-time and reports to the center director. 

Job Duties:


  • Welcomes children, families, and visitors, in person or on the telephone, in a warm and friendly manner. 

  • Answers or refers inquiries and directs visitors. Maintains security by following center procedures.

  • Maintains a safe and clean lobby area by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.

  • Contributes to team effort by working closely with the Leadership team. Takes initiative, manages time wisely, and reliably completes assigned tasks. 

  • Supports classrooms, as needed. This may include stepping into a classroom to support required teacher-child ratios. Experience working in an early childhood center ideal (12 core ECE units a plus). 

  • Develops a system for auditing center files. Maintains organization and systems for keeping administrative paperwork. 

  • Completes supply orders for center. 

  • Maintains school calendar of events; creates flyers and reminders for staff and families.  

  • Flexible with needs of Leadership team; demonstrates integrity when communicating with all staff, children, and families; team player with a positive attitude. 

Receptionist Skills and Qualifications: 


  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills  

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office  

  • Professionalism 

  • Organization skills  

  • A demonstrated interest to working on behalf of children and families is not required, but a plus!    

To Apply: Please email your cover letter and resume to . This position will remain open until filled; early application is advised.     

 

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Job Title: Lead Teachers for ICRI Operated Corporate and University Based Early Childhood Programs  

Organization: International Child Resource Institute (ICRI) 

Location: San Francisco Bay Area, including Silicon Valley 

Job Type: Full-Time, Monday-Friday 

Compensation: Highly Competitive plus $250 Sign On Bonus after 3 months of employment. 

About ICRI: The International Child Resource Institute (ICRI), one of the preeminent organizations in the world working on early childhood development and education, is looking for a few outstanding people. Founded in 1981, ICRI continues to grow in our home territory of the San Francisco Bay Area. We are seeking top Early Childhood experts to lead preschool, infant/toddler and before/after school centers at major corporations, renowned universities, and at our own model early childhood programs in the San Francisco Bay Area.   With this posting, we are particularly looking for leaders for our Palo Alto/Peninsula programs and at our own operated programs in the East Bay.     

 

Qualifications: You are a lifelong learner who lives, breathes, and revels in work with children and families. You have probably carried out some of your own research in this area, but more importantly, are an "outside the box" thinker, an enthusiastic team-building leader, and one who turns challenges into opportunities every day. The ideal candidate will possess:  


  • BA or MA in Early Childhood Education or related fields

  •  5+ years experience working with programs serving infants/toddler, preschool and/or before/after school.   

  • Deep knowledge of early childhood education, child development, and Emergent curriculum  

  • Can carry out onboarding of teachers and enrollment of families and children into our programs 

  • Maintain center or program budgets 

  • Ability to identify and hire prospective staff 

  • Good record-keeper

  • Commitment to promoting the mission and values of ICRI   

  • A positive attitude, flexibility and enthusiasm for early education and learning  

  • Strong verbal and written communications skills  

  • Ability to work with corporate leaders, university presidents and entry-level early childhood educators with the same respect, warmth and support   

 

Working at ICRI:  As a leader in our field you will become part of the ICRI family, now having worked in more than 65 countries on early childhood education, maternal and child health, young women and girls and community development programs. We will provide a highly competitive salary and benefits package, including medical, vision and dental insurance. In addition there is an opportunity to participate in a 403(b) retirement program with a matching plan and a potential for relocation reimbursement and housing allowance  

How to Apply:  To apply, please email a resume to jobs@icrichild.org and cover letter to us with "Executive Director” in the subject line. Thank you for expressing interest in joining our team. You can learn more about us at www.icrichild.org.   

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Teach Kids How To Use Power-Tools & Build Huge Art!

After reading the description below please apply by filling out this form and submit a resume, cover letter, and any documentation of a project you’d like to share with us. If you have any questions, you can reach out to hiring@projectember.org  

PROJECT EMBER

Project Ember is an artistic engineering camp where kids come together to tackle outrageous challenges and create their own larger than life solutions. Every week we build something we’ve never seen before, collaborate with friends to design and create epic project and celebrate every success and failure along the way. You can learn more by watching our new video. Join us as a collaborator (camp counselor) and help create an amazing space where kids create amazing things. Read more about working with us on our website. 

DAY CAMP COLLABORATOR  

Menlo Park, CA 94025 | June 17th - August 8th | Full Time | Seasonal - Summer 2019 

Work with kids ages 8-14 to engineer larger than life art, sculpture, structures, puppets, vehicles, mechanisms and more. Create a community of learners who celebrate mistakes, honor sincerity, and value the power of both the individual and the team. Use a huge range of supplies and tools from standard arts and crafts, to power tools and dimensional lumber. Don’t worry, no previous tool-use skills required! Your primary role will be supporting and guiding kids through the complex process of working on a team to make something bigger than themselves (figuratively and literally). You will be a teammate, doing the work right along side the kids (read more about what is a collaborator ?). You will be a facilitator, making sure every voice is heard and guiding the kids through compromise and towards consensus. You will be a leader tilting the environment towards engagement, and the project towards completion. At other times you will have to hold firm boundaries that keep kids physically and emotionally safe. Above all else, you will help create a space where kids at our camp feel seen, heard and loved. 

Program Responsibilities and Expectations  


  • Co-develop curriculum and pick the summer’s projects with the rest of staff (we co-design summer to make sure everyone has a project they are stoked about)

  • Attend weekly and daily meetings to discuss improving camp and meeting kids’ needs

  • Build large-scale projects with kids utilizing power tools (we will teach you how!)

  • Facilitate group discussions and brainstorms

  • Play games inside and outside

  • Regularly assess the needs of the group and the individuals within.

  • Improvise on-the-fly responses to unexpected challenges

  • Facilitate transitions between activities

Maintain an emotionally and physically safe environment:  


  • Uphold Project Ember’s tool use safety policies (to be covered in training)

  • Model and teach inclusivity

  • Facilitate meaningful collaboration and mediate conflict among campers

  • Bandage scrapped knees, have heart to hearts, and celebrate vulnerability

Non-Programatic Responsibilities and Expectations  


  • Keep the site clean, orderly, and safe

  • Potentially supervise before care, aftercare, snack, lunch and park time (though never all of them in a single day)

  • Stay late on the last day of summer to make sure the site is left better than we found it (overtime will be paid as is appropriate)

  • Give and receive specific feedback to and from a supervisor

  • Regularly submit camper notes (these help us maintain multi-year relationships with alumni and track things like projects they worked on and delightful moments they where apart of)

Physical Demands  


  • Occasional Lifting up to 50lbs 

  • Computer use (typing, reading)

  • Speaking to communicate both up close and over large distances

  • Seeing to maintain line-of-sight with campers

  • Kneeling, leaning, and/or squatting (primarily to interact with kids and projects)

  • Siting on the floor or standing for long periods of time

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS 


  • You have started and completed a project of your own volition AND/OR You have experience working with children as a teacher, camp counselor, or mentor (informal experience welcome).

  • You enjoy spending time with kids.

  • You are an excellent communicator.

  • You are swift to adapt to changing situations and have high tolerance for uncertainty.

  • You are committed to safety and high quality program delivery.

  • You can pass a criminal background check.

  • You are first aid certified (you can get certification after hiring and before camp starts)

ADDITIONALLY SOUGHT AFTER SKILLS - DO NOT HESITATE TO APPLY IF YOU DON’T HAVE THESE SKILLS.  


  • The ability to understand and make oneself understood with Spanish speaking families

  • Formal training AND/OR real-world experience in progressive education.

SCHEDULE, LOCATION AND COMPENSATION 



  • Location: Synapse School, Menlo Park, CA


  • Type:Full Time, Seasonal, Hourly


  • Compensation: $17 - $21 per hour depending on skills and experience.


  • Hours:40 hour weeks. 8 hour days. Occasional but expected 9 to 10 hour days (with overtime pay as is appropriate). Shifts are between 8am and 6pm (eg 8am-4pm or 10am-6pm), and may fluctuate week-to-week.


  • Dates: June 17th - August 8th - Please expect to work late on August 7th and 8th. We will avoid it if possible, but we must leave our host site better than we found it.

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Please submit a cover letter and résumé, along with a sample of your work (photos will do fine) to the linked form. We look forward to hearing from you! 

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Title: Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Reports to: Home Administrator

Status: Non-exempt/Hourly Wage: $16.00/hour starting wage, wage increases to $18.00/hour based on worked hours and performance.

PLUS medical/dental, HSA employer contribution, EAP, vacation, sick leave, flex days and more!

Scope: A Direct Support Professional (DSP) works closely with the residents of Alegria homes, who are individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They are medically fragile and present behavioral challenges. The DSP supports each residents in achieving and maintaining the highest possible quality of life.

Responsibilities:


  1. Transport residents to medical, dental, social activities, and other appointments.

  2. Assist residents in all personal grooming such as bathing, toileting, dressing, medical/ dental needs.

  3. Assist with coordination of residents’ health care.

  4. Provide supervision and coaching during community and recreational outings.

  5. Monitor physical and emotional wellness of residents and immediately report changes in status.

  6. Prepare meals and store food in compliance with all regulations and program outline.

  7. Follow response procedures for all home emergencies, (medical, natural disaster, fire, and behavioral incidents).

  8. Assist with maintenance and sanitation of home and surroundings.

  9. Record data and maintain files regarding residents’ health, progress, and special incidents, as outlined in Title 17, Title 22, and the Alegria program design.

  10. Daily documentation of status and changes as related to residents’ goals.

  11. Assist in maintenance of administrative records, resident files, home inventories, and weekly schedules as needed.

  12. Advocate on behalf of each resident; uphold respectful and efficient communication with each resident and all relevant parties. Understand organizations and support systems relating to each resident’s life.

  13. Attend ALL required (mandatory) trainings and staff meetings.

  14. Follow directives from the Home Administrator or Lead Staff and be a team player.

Job Requirements:

 Prior experience providing direct care and supervision to persons with special needs preferred.

 Excellent communication skills; respectful and positive attitude toward residents, co-workers, contractors, and home visitors.

 Complete required staff training and minimum of 12 hours continuing education annually.

 Complete orientation and on-the-job training within first month of employment.

 Work weekend, holiday, and overnight shifts as required.

 Complete DSP 1 training or test for and pass DSP 1 certification within first 180 days of employment.

 Complete DSP 2 training or test for and pass DSP 2 certification within first 270 days of employment.

 Able to meet Title 22 requirements, including, but not limited to:

Minimum age 18 High school diploma or GED certificate

Health screen and TB clearance Fingerprinting and clear criminal record

CPR and first aid training Valid and current California driver’s license

Clear driving record Ability to lift 75 lbs. (to transfer individuals)

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Athletic Club Office Receptionist

Salary Range: $15.25+; 20 hours a week minimum

The AVAC Tennis Office is looking for an enthusiastic, proactive, and customer service oriented individual. A successful candidate for this role will have a strong sense of AVACs customer service policies, and be well trained in the Tennis Department knowledge that can be critical for offering quick and accurate assistance to customer. No prior knowledge of tennis required.

All AVAC Staff…


  • Engages and demonstrates a high level of customer care/service with every member and guest. We create relationships with our members.

  • Assists in providing a clean and safe environment for our members and guests

  • Resolves controversy and stays objective and fair despite disagreement.

  • Does not engage in inappropriate conversations while at AVAC.

  • Maintains a professional attitude and behavior during interactions with members and guests, fellow employees, and management.

  • Helps maintain the entire facility at the highest levels of cleanliness and tidiness, constantly being aware of club appearance

Tennis Office Staff…


  • Welcomes all members and guests in a warm, courteous and professional manner, whether in person or over the telephone. Addresses all members by their proper name and builds rapport with each. Obtains appropriate identification from all members.

  • Checks members in for Courts/Clinics/Lessons/

  • Is knowledgeable about Tennis activities and services in order to respond to member and guest questions. Answers members’ questions honestly and credibly. Actively promotes Tennis activities and Pro Shop.

  • Answers phones in a timely manner with an appropriate greeting.

  • Shows initiative in the performance of their shift responsibilities

  • Attends and contributes at all scheduled staff meetings.

  • Processes payments

  • Data entry

  • Arrives at AVAC ready to begin their shift at the appropriate time, complying with AVAC uniform and dress code. Follows appropriate guidelines for breaks.

  • Can be counted on to fulfill all of their committed shifts and supports co-workers by substituting for shifts as available..

  • Reports directly to Tennis Director and Tennis Office Supervisor

  • Appropriately, privately and professionally communicates to the Tennis Director or Tennis Office Supervisor any concerns that are beyond the scope of their responsibilities.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities


  • Professional, outgoing, energetic, self-motivated and personable

  • Able to multitask

  • Work with minimal supervision at times

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (excel, word, etc)

  • Must be available to work nights, holidays, and weekends

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

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Do you believe that ANY child? Do you love giving back? Do you want to work within your community? Come work at one of the bay's premiere private, non-pubic schools serving a deserving and special population!

Minimum Qualifications 

Education/ Experience 

● Bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, or related field 

● 5 years of experience implementing an educational and/or therapeutic program as an instructional assistant, teaching assistant and/or paraprofessional in a school/clinic/therapeutic setting 

● 5 years experience working in a professional setting with people on the autism spectrum and/or students who are moderately to severely affected by a developmental disability 

Knowledge and Abilities 


  1. Knowledge of typical and atypical child development 

  2. Knowledge of a variety of communication, sensory regulation and behavioral theories and strategies (including but not limited to Speech and Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Applied Behavior Analysis) 

  3. The ability to learn the unique and individual learning styles of children with developmental disabilities 

  4. The ability to learn and demonstrate instructional methods which are consistent with the philosophy and approach of The Creekside School program 

  5. The ability to demonstrate appropriate and genuine affect when working with the students 

  6. The ability to implement functional, experience-based learning opportunities within a highly individualized curriculum 

  7. The ability to transfer learning into practice: to implement new instructional and behavioral approaches for children with special needs through trainings, coaching sessions and performance evaluations 

  8. The ability to maintain the highest level of professionalism (initiative, judgement, tact, creativity, flexibility) when working with students and as a representative of the organization 

  9. Exemplary organizational skills including data collection and analysis 

  10. The ability to streamline processes while maintaining high quality work 

  11. The ability to take direction and follow through with tasks as assigned 

  12. The ability to anticipate and resolve problems while keeping the Special Educator and other classroom staff informed 

  13. The ability to solve problems while maintaining a positive rapport with other staff members, parents, consultants, outside care providers, and community members 

  14. Strong verbal and written communication skills: understanding of English grammar and usage and the ability to apply editing/proofreading skills 

  15. Knowledge of Macs and PCs including the ability to utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Gmail, Google apps (calendar, docs, groups, email), Pages, iPads, digital cameras, etc. 

Job Duties 


  1. Actively participate in a school wide environment that fosters learning and development through a robust individual relationship with each child 

  2. Facilitate the development of student self-regulation, independence, and emotional well-being 

  3. Maintain the philosophy and mission of the program to the highest degree 

  4. Assist the teacher, therapists and classroom team in providing an exemplary special education program to assigned students 

  5. Implement IEP goals and track IEP goal data 

  6. Write extensive daily notes home to parents using Google groups and gmail 

  7. Participate in team meetings and regularly collaborate with instructional and consultative staff 

  8. Maintain a clean, safe, organized, effective classroom and school wide environment 

  9. Maintain positive relationships with all parents, care providers, students, colleagues, administrative supervisors, the board of directors, district officials and community members 

Responsibilities 

Under the direction of the teacher and within the mission of the organization: 


  1. Teach students the necessary functional academic skills, life skills and social skills that will provide a solid foundation for an active, positive, healthy and independent adulthood 

  2. Ensure IEP fidelity and data-based decision making 

  3. Participate in a collaborative team culture by actively attending all meetings, trainings and parent/staff conferences 

  4. Participate in a collaborative team culture by recognizing differences in work styles and supporting the individual growth and development of colleagues 

  5. Seek guidance, support, clarification or additional information from teacher or Executive Director when needed; be responsible for your own learning and/or understanding 

  6. Present problems, issues or concerns to teacher or Executive Director in a respectful, proactive, and solutions-focused manner 

  7. Present issues or concerns with specific staff members in a respectful, proactive, and solutions-focused manner directly to that person 

  8. Receive constructive feedback in an equally respectful, proactive, and solutions-focused manner 

  9. Communicate effectively and respectfully with all parents, care providers, students, colleagues, administrative supervisors, the board of directors, district officials and community members 

  10. Adhere to all laws, regulations, and standards set forth by the California Department of Education 

  11. Maintain classroom files and documents and individual student binders, school resources 

  12. Maintain the confidentiality of all students and families 

  13. Maintain school resources, supplies and equipment 

  14. Work within the classroom budget, ensure the classroom money and documents are organized, maintained, and secure. 

  15. Complete daily responsibilities as assigned by the teacher 

  16. Ensure the classroom is ready for the next day, assure materials/activities are set up prior to student arrival 

  17. In the absence of the teacher, the teaching assistant will facilitate and follow through with the educational program as developed by the teacher and classroom team. 

  18. Perform other duties within the scope of employment, experience, and certification as assigned 

  19. Manage, coordinate, and implement other duties, projects and tasks as assigned by teacher or Executive Director 

Physical Requirements: 

Working with and playing with students at The Creekside School requires a considerable amount of strength and physical movement. The following specific physical demands are required to perform the essential functions of this job: Employees must be able to exert up to 80 lbs of force occasionally, and/or up to 40 lbs. of force frequently, and 20 lbs. of force constantly to move objects, equipment, and to work/play with students. Employees must be able to perform the following physical movement functions as need: LIFTING - raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position-to-position CLIMBING - ascending or descending stairs, ramps, or hills using feet and legs BALANCING - maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling STOOPING- Bending body downward and forward KNEELING - Bending legs at knees to come to rest on knee or knees CROUCHING - Bending body downward and forward by bending legs and spine CRAWLING - moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet STANDING - remaining upright on the feet, particularly for sustained periods of time WALKING - moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances for community outings or moving from one classroom/office to another. Running is required for potential emergency situations and occasionally when playing with students PUSHING - Using upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, drag, haul

or tug objects in a sustained motion REACHING - Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction HANDLING - Seizing, holding, grasping, turning, or otherwise working with hand and hands. FINGERING - Picking, pinching, or otherwise working primarily with fingers as in handling, typing, or writing. Outdoor swimming is a seasonal component to the educational program. All staff employees working directly with students are required to swim and engage in water activities with the students, so the ability to swim and work with students in a pool is required. Please Note: the population of students The Creekside School serves may exhibit behaviors such as aggression (e.g. biting, kicking, hitting), property destruction, self injurious behavior, screaming etc. Due to the potential safety risk for staff and students associated with working with those who may engage in behaviors of concern, All staff will be certified by the Crisis Prevention Institute ® (CPI) to handle potentially dangerous situations and work to prevent crisis situations and/or hazards associated with those who engage in behaviors that pose a safety risk. Staff will not be allowed to perform Nonviolent Physical Crisis InterventionSM or any type of physical management unless they have received the initial CPI training/certification through The Creekside School. The CPI program is a safe, non harmful behavior management system designed to aid staff members in maintaining the best possible Care, Welfare, Safety and Security SM for agitated or out of control individuals even during the most violent moments. In the event that a student requires physical management because he/she poses a serious, imminent safety risk to him/herself and/or others, Nonviolent Physical Crisis InterventionSM will be used as a last resort. This involves the use of safe, non harmful control and restraint positions to safely control an individual until he/she can regain control of his/her behavior.

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Minimum Qualifications 

Education/ Experience 

● Bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, or related field and a current California Level I or Level II Education Specialist Instruction Credential (Moderate-Severe or Mild/Moderate with an Autism Certificate attained or in progress) 

● 1 year of experience as a lead teacher/educator in a classroom setting, 

● 3 years experience working with those on the autism spectrum and/or working with students who are moderate to severely affected by a developmental disability in a professional setting 

● 3 years experience collaborating with other professionals (therapists, staff) on a student’s IEP team 

● 1 year of experience completing and presenting lesson plans, formal and informal assessments, progress reports, and IEPs for students with special needs 

Knowledge and Abilities 

● Have an extensive understanding (and the ability to demonstrate this understanding) of typical and atypical development of children, a variety of behavioral strategies/theories, how to work with those with severe sensory and communicative challenges, and the unique and individual learning styles of those with developmental disabilities. 

● Be familiar with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems, and working with nonverbal students. 

● Be able to adapt and/or modify activities/curriculums to engage and teach each individual despite their challenges (physical, academic, emotional). 

● Be able to develop, implement, and model functional, experienced-based learning opportunities within a highly individualized curriculum. 

● Have the ability to take direction and follow through with tasks as assigned. 

● Be open to learning about and implementing new approaches used with children who have special needs through trainings, coaching sessions, and conferences; be able to transfer new learning into practice. 

● Be energetic, acting as a model for appropriate and genuine affect. 

● Be data-driven: have the ability to collect quantitative and qualitative data, describe progress in measurable terms, have the ability to review and analyze data, making programmatic adjustments accordingly as needed to promote student progress. 

● Must consistently demonstrate the ability to be a self-initiator, creative and flexible to meet the needs of the individual learning styles of the students. 

● Have collaborative team skills to effectively communicate, work with, and learn from others, maintaining a positive rapport with other staff members, administration, parents, consultants, outside care providers, and community members 

● Exercise leadership skills, including: Taking ownership of responsibilities, recognizing when systems don’t work and developing/implementing new systems, and knowing when/how to take activities further (to the next ability level of the activity, a different direction/component with the same activity, different ways to use the same materials, teaching new skills). 

● Have strong problem solving skills with a solutions-focused approach to any issues as they arise (with students, staff, parents, community members, etc.). 

● Be consistent with the philosophy and approach of the unique TCS program. 

● Have good judgment, tact, and ability to maintain the highest level of professionalism as a leader, a model to other staff members, and a representative of the organization 

● Have exemplary organizational skills and efficiency in completing tasks within the timeframe as assigned; the ability to manage time effectively while maintaining a high quality of work. 

● Have the skill set to problem solve basic computer issues, have a working knowledge of Macs and PCs. Should also have working knowledge of computer software and equipment such as: Chromebooks, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Gmail, Google apps (calendar, docs, groups, email), Pages, iPads, and digital cameras, etc. 

● Have an advanced understanding of English grammar and usage, editing/proofreading skills, and strong verbal and written communication skills 

Job Goals 

● Help to develop and provide an exemplary special education program to assigned students and establish a school wide environment that fosters learning and healthy development 

● Serve on the School-wide leadership team: Work with administration, other therapists, the Teachers and Classroom Staff to help facilitate a school program that allows students to meet IEP goals and developmental milestones and facilitates the development of: self-regulation, the ability to sustain engagement, positive attitudes and a sense of self, healthy social relationships, increasing levels of independence, and emotional well-being. While the curriculum and educational program is collaborative and trans-disciplinary in nature, the teacher’s areas of expertise are in functional academics, life skills, and social/emotional/behavioral development 

● Lead the teaching assistants and classroom support staff to facilitate a classroom team in a collaborative, respectful manner that supports the learning and professional goals of each staff member 

● Be self-reflective and objective for the ultimate benefit of the students and school program, give and take feedback in a positive and supportive way 

● Manage a clean, organized, effective classroom environment, regularly collaborating with other staff members to create and maintain this 

● Help to maintain a clean, organized, effective, healthy school environment and facilities 

● Be active in maintaining the efficacy and integrity of the organization within the goals/philosophy of the organization; strive to maintain the philosophy, and mission of the program to the highest capacity 

● Be supportive of and maintain positive relationships with all parents, care providers, students, other staff members, administrative staff, the board of directors, colleagues, district officials, and community members. 

● Work collaboratively with other Special Educators, therapists and classroom team to maintain a safe, positive, and supportive learning environment for staff and students. 

Essential Responsibilities 

● Teach students the necessary skills that will provide a solid foundation for an active, positive, healthy, and independent adulthood. This includes promoting the development of positive behaviors/self-regulation, functional academic skills, life skills, and social skills 

● Write, develop, edit and implement IEPs, complete and edit Progress Reports, develop and/or complete assessments and other documents as assigned within the time frames as assigned. Coordinate with therapists to ensure all parts to documents are complete and included. All completed documents must be turned into the Educational Coordinator for review, feedback, and additional edits before finalizing 

● Assign tasks to classroom staff and organize classroom responsibilities in a proactive, respectful, and supportive manner; encourage feedback and ideas from all staff 

● Develop effective classroom management and organizational systems when needed with the support and collaboration of the Educational Coordinator and Executive Director; ensure maintenance of these systems 

● Ensure data is regularly taken on IEP goals; data should be reviewed and analyzed regularly, making any necessary changes to the educational program with the collaboration and support of the Educational Coordinator. 

● Ensure that classroom files and binders are regularly maintained and documents and paperwork are updated as needed- (Note: this may be delegated to others, but the teacher is ultimately responsible for ensuring this maintenance) 

● Serve as a classroom leader and senior staff member in a collaborative team environment, lead classroom meetings and parent/staff conferences, actively participate in trainings and staff development days 

● Communicate effectively and respectfully with all parents, care providers, students, other staff members, administrative staff, the board of Directors, colleagues, district officials, and community members 

● Maintain active and regular communication between students’ home and school using school systems in place such as Google groups, encourage all parents/families to be active in the educational program 

● Work with Executive Director to assure the school program/classroom is adhering to all laws, regulations, and standards set forth by the Department of Education, particularly as it applies to maintaining the school’s NPS status 

● Maintain the confidentiality of all students and families 

● Help to maintain schoolwide and classroom supplies and equipment including curriculum supplies, computers, walkies and all other electronic equipment, assuring their organization, availability, cleanliness, and working order 

● Manage time and resources effectively and appropriately 

● Work within the classroom budget, ensure the classroom money and documents are organized, maintained and secure 

● Work in a positive and effective manner with all other school staff recognizing differences in work styles to support the individual growth and development of coworkers

● Seek guidance, support, clarification, or additional information from Educational Coordinator and Executive Director when needed; be responsible for own learning/understanding 

● When needed, present problems, issues or concerns to the Executive Director and Educational Director in a respectful, proactive, and solutions-focused manner; issues or concerns with specific staff members should be communicated in the same manner to that person directly. Receive critical feedback/ fellow staff concerns in an equally respectful, proactive, and solutions-focused manner 

● Actively participate in school-level planning, meetings/committees and other school system groups 

● Make effective use of community resources to enhance the instructional program 

● Perform other duties within the scope of employment, experience, and certification as assigned 

Physical Requirements 

Working and playing with students at The Creekside School requires a considerable amount of strength and physical movement. Employees must be able to exert up to 80 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 40 lbs. of force frequently, and/or up to 20 lbs. of force constantly to move objects, equipment, and to work/play with students. Employees must be able to perform the following physical movement functions as needed: LIFTING - Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to-position. CLIMBING - Ascending or descending stairs, ramps, or hills using feet and legs BALANCING - Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling STOOPING - Bending body downward and forward KNEELING - Bending legs at knees to come to rest on knee or knees. CROUCHING - Bending body downward and for-ward by bending legs and spine. CRAWLING - Moving about on hands and knees or hands and feet. STANDING - Remaining upright on the feet, particularly for sustained periods of time. WALKING - Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances for community outings or moving from one classroom/office to another. Running is required for potential emergency situations and occasionally when playing with students PUSHING - Using upper extremities to press against something with steady force in order to thrust forward, downward or outward. PULLING - Using upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, drag, haul or tug objects in a sustained motion. REACHING - Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction. HANDLING - Seizing, holding, grasp-ing, turning, or otherwise working with hand or hands. FINGERING - Picking, pinching, or otherwise working primarily with fingers as in handling, typing, or writing. Outdoor swimming is a seasonal component to the educational program. All staff employees working directly with students are required to swim and engage in water activities with the students, so the ability to swim and work with students in a pool is required. Please Note: the population of students at TCS may exhibit behaviors such as aggression (e.g. biting, kicking, hitting), property destruction, self-injurious behavior, screaming, etc. Due to the potential safety risk for staff and students associated with working with those who may engage in behaviors of concern, All staff will be certified by the Crisis Prevention Institute® (CPI) to handle potentially dangerous situations and work to prevent crisis situations and/or hazards associated with those who engage in behaviors that pose a safety risk. Staff will not be allowed to perform Nonviolent Physical Crisis InterventionSM or any type of physical management unless they have received the initial CPI training/certification through The Creekside School. The CPI program is a safe, non harmful behavior management system designed to aid staff members in maintaining the best possible Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM for agitated or out of control individuals even during their most violent moments. In the event that a student requires physical management because he/she poses a serious, imminent safety risk to him/herself and/or others, Nonviolent Physical Crisis InterventionSM will be used as a last resort. This involves the use of safe, non harmful control and restraint positions to safely control an individual until he/she can regain control of his/her behavior.

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Looking for a new career? Interested in fitness?

We are a growing personal fitness training company, currently with over 60 studios located nationwide, including 4 Bay Area Peninsula locations (Southwest San Jose, Sunnyvale, Menlo Park, and San Mateo). We are currently seeking to fill positions in all of our locations. We're looking for enthusiastic people who want to enter the field of personal fitness training. If you have the qualities we're looking for, we will hire you and teach you everything you need to know in order to become a top-of-the-line trainer. Enjoy the opportunity to interact with our clients, help them change their bodies, and get paid to work in a field that you love.

We also PAY YOU to go through our certification process - not only for your time, but you will also be eligible for a $1,000 bonus for completing certification!

Enjoy the opportunity to interact with our clients, help them change their bodies, and get paid to work in a field that you love.

No prior fitness work experience or fitness education is required. We're interested in people with the following qualities:

• Energetic & Attractive Personality

• Dependable

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Job Title: Infant/Toddler Teachers  

Organization: International Child Resource Institute (ICRI)

Location: Stanford University Madera Grove Children's Center, Stanford, CA  

Salary: Competitive pay rate 

Job type: Full-time     

 

“We are a community of thousands of children, families, community leaders, great thinkers, innovative doers, program experts, and those with the heart, soul, and commitment to make change for children and families every day.”    

 

About Us: International Child Resource Institute (ICRI) is a leading international early childhood education, health, and development organization that provides award-winning locally-initiated preschool and infant/toddler Emergent Curriculum programs in over fifty countries from Ghana to Malaysia and partners with UNICEF, World Health Organization, and many other leading organizations. Founded in 1981, our early education programs are based on child-directed, Reggio-inspired, developmentally appropriate practices. We seek full-time Infant/Toddler Teachers who embrace the opportunity to make a lasting difference in children’s lives. Our three centers on the Stanford campus (Madera, Arboretum, and Stock Farm) offer growth opportunities, competitive pay, a positive team culture and excellent benefits, including tuition reimbursement, paid training and partnerships with leading early childhood educators. ICRI envisions a world in which all children are able to fulfill their greatest potential.    

 

The Opportunity: As a full-time Infant/Toddler Teacher on the Stanford University campus you are responsible for nurturing each child’s creativity and curiosity on the path of growth and early learning. Responsibilities include implementing curriculum, providing instruction and supervision, communicating with parents and team members, and creating a healthy and safe environment for all students and staff. All ICRI teachers and staff are held to our high standards regarding communication, curriculum, professionalism, and safety.    

 

Key Responsibilities:


  • Plan and implement activities with your co-teacher team for the classroom.

  • Create an environment in which each child has a chance to grow and thrive.

  • Provide a balance between child-initiated and teacher-informed activities.

  • Actively engage with children to support social and emotional development. 

  • Implement hands-on activities that develop positive self-esteem and social skills. 

  • Promote positive guidance techniques. 

  • Provide a variety of creative and expressive activities. 

  • Manage classroom through positive redirection, problem-solving, and active listening.

  • Follow routines that have been established to ensure smooth transitions.

  • Communicate with children at their developmental level.

  • Answer questions while children engage in their explorations.

  • Lead small groups and prepare learning activities.

  • Use a variety of methods (songs, art, outdoor activities) to motivate abilities.

  • Display inclusive practices to accommodate children with special needs.

  • Utilize classroom materials and routines to promote an environment conducive to age-appropriate levels of development, interests, and special needs of the children.

  • Assist in documentation of student work; such as portfolios, and wall displays.

  • Maintain an open line of communication with parents and provide appropriate information (after speaking with your team), and share relevant information from parents with the team.    

 

Qualifications:


  • Minimum of 12 Infant/Toddler Education (ECE) units (preferred)

  • 1+ year Infant/Toddler Education Experience (preferred)

  • Knowledge of early childhood education and child development

  • Knowledge and experience with emergent curriculum - a plus

  • Experience working with infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children

  • Commitment to promoting the mission and values of ICRI

  • A positive attitude, flexibility, and enthusiasm for education and learning

  • Strong verbal and written communications skills

  • US Work Authorization and excellent references

  • Submission of TB clearance and background check

  • CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain    

 

Working at ICRI: Our team is here to support you learn and grow as an educator. We provide all teachers and staff with a positive environment that rewards excellence, promotes learning, and offers great benefits, including:


  • A comprehensive benefits package including health insurance

  • Competitive pay with opportunities for raises

  • Commuter reimbursement (up to $300/year)

  • Opportunity to participate in a 403(b) retirement program, with a matching plan

  • Paid professional development days (4 days/years of small group courses)

  • Tuition reimbursement up to $2,500 annually to support ongoing learning.    

 

How to Apply: Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of children and join an amazing team? Contact us today to find out how we can help you grow your career in early childhood education and how you can inspire the next generation. To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to us with “Infant/Toddler Teacher” in the subject line.    

 

Thank you for expressing interest in joining our team. We will respond to all applicants. You can learn more about us at www.icrichild.org.        

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Haynes & Company is a groundbreaking research and analysis firm currently looking to add to our global vendor base in NOVA. Our best- in-class, highly educated field based market researchers provide us with data that we use to provide our clients a unique, real time view of the marketplace.

Why You'll Love Working with Haynes & Company:

-Flat rate pay pegged to $25/hour

-Independent, dynamic work as fits your schedule, including evenings and weekends

-Get experience working with a leading international data research firm

What You'll Do:

-Use our interactive Siminars to learn about the data to collect

-Use your smartphone or tablet to gather real-time data from the field

-Communicate with the Haynes & Company Research Team as needed for questions and data edits

-Utilize our web-based Vendor Management System to manage scheduling of assignments and data submission

Qualifications We Need From You:

-Detail oriented and observant of your environment

-Good communication and organizational skills

-Ability to work independently and follow project assignment requirements while adhering to deadlines

-Responsive and reliable

-College graduate or equivalent work history

-High-speed Internet access

-Own a smartphone with a dataplan

Please use the following link to apply:

http://careers.haynesandcompany.com/Careers/infield-market-researcher/US_CA_SAN

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⚽️ JOIN OUR TEAM! ⚽️ Kidz Love Soccer is actively seeking new coaches to join our staff for Spring 2019. If you enjoy working with children and playing soccer then complete our online application. https://www.kidzlovesoccer.com/employment_app.php Hourly positions include competitive wages. Come join the fun! #KidzLoveSoccer #KLS #LetsKickIt #California #Oregon #Washington

 KLS is a year-round instructional soccer school utilizing a proprietary curriculum that stresses child development and growth techniques through the game of soccer.Part Time Soccer Coach Responsibilities:


  • Interested in working outside, fresh air , fun environment, coaching kids.

  • Lead or support classes for multiple age levels

  • Train support coaches (Lead coach only)

  • Coach soccer classes

  • Transport balls and equipment between multiple soccer sites (Lead coach only)

  • Be encouraging, enthusiastic, and committed to your team and the game

  • Supervise children ages 2 to 10 years old

Part Time Soccer Coach Qualifications:


  • Background of working with children

  • Background and knowledge of soccer

  • Have a dynamic, energetic, and encouraging personality

  • Must have reliable and own transportation (public transportation does not qualify)

  • Flexibility in schedule

Additional Information


  • Locations may Include San Jose and Surrounding cities

  • Pay range $13:50 for support coaches, up to $15 - $18 for Lead coaches once the Kidz Love soccer Curriculum has been assimilated

  • All Candidates Must provide a Current TB Test result and undergo a background check. Accepted applicants are required to bring identification for purposes of filling out the From I-9

  • Apply directly at kidzlovesoccer.com/employment_app.php

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $13.50 to $18.00 /hour

Education:


  • High school or equivalent (Preferred)

License:


  • Driver's License (Preferred)

Work authorization:


  • United States (Preferred)

Hours per week:


  • 10-20+

Overtime often available:


  • No

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                               Morgan Autism Center 

**Instructional Aide and Skills Trainer positions available – Part Time with Full Benefits!** 

Work in a Nationally Renowned School for Students with Autism -- located in West San Jose, CA (Willow Glen area).

Seeking creative, caring, and motivated individuals interested in Special Education.  We are a non-profit organization.  No experience required, ongoing on-site training provided.Our mission is to help children and adults with autism or other developmental disabilities maximize their potential in a dignified, positive and loving environment.The hallmark of our program is intensive teaching and therapy based on a neuro-developmental model, which includes:

· A highly structured and supportive setting· Continuous diagnostic assessment of strengths and weaknesses

· A high degree of flexibility, which allows tailoring to meet needs and learning styles of each child

· One to one staff to student ration in our school program

· One to three staff to adult client ratio in the adult program 

We work with representative school district personnel, families, and other professionals to serve our students and clients. Come and join us in a work environment that is team oriented, positive and supportive! 

Instructional Aide and Skills Trainer positions available – Part Time with Full Benefits!

Beginning salary: Instructional Aide $1604.80 / Skills Instructor $1697.79 per month for 2018-19 school year 

· Employment Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 2:45 pm (30 min. lunch time) = 28.75 work week

· Between 8-9 weeks PAID TIME OFF throughout the year· Major holidays observed

· Full 100% employer paid benefits (medical, dental, vision, chiropractic/acupuncture, life insurance)

· Retirement benefits – 403b retirement plan (a.k.a. Non-profit 401k)

· Perfect position for college students or parents 

TO APPLY: Please submit your resume to Amy Horan at or call (408) 241-8161 ___________________________________________________________________________

***ON CALL SUBSTITUTE POSITIONS ALSO AVAILABLE – $20.00 PER HOUR*** (No benefits)

Keywords: Autism, education, care, caring, instruction, instructional aide, ABA, disabilities, spectrum, Autism Spectrum, school, classroom, functional, moderate, severe, structure, respite, para-educator, special needs 

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SAN JOSE, CA/SOUTH BAY – SUMMER 2019  

PROGRAM DIRECTOR & COACH OPPORTUNITIES  

Do you have a passion for sports? Do you like having fun and working with kids? Do you enjoy spending your summer days outside? Do you want to improve your coaching and teaching skills?   

If this sounds like you, come work for Skyhawks, the largest provider of sports programs for kids. Skyhawks is looking for teachers, coaches, college students and high school students who are interested  in teaching young athletes (ages 4-14) the rules, techniques, and fundamentals of the following sports:       

*Soccer  *Baseball *Basketball    *Mini-Hawk (Ages 4-7)     *Beginning Golf   *Tennis  *Flag Football  *Cheerleading      *Volleyball   *Track & Field  *Multi-Sport   *Lacrosse   

We will be running summer camps with the following San Jose community centers and organizations: Almaden, Bascom, Berryessa, Camden, Evergreen, Willow Glen, Southside, Seven Trees, Almaden Lake Park and others. Others cities include Campbell, Los Gatos, Saratoga, Cupertino, Morgan Hill and Gilroy.   

· COMPANY DESCRIPTION: Skyhawks partners with community-based organizations to provide youth the opportunity to enrich their sports skills by participating in safe, positive and non-competitive programs and camps. Over 30 years of experience have helped to build a menu of programs as varied as our young athletes. From traditional summer programs to year-round athletics and tournaments, Skyhawks offers it all.    

· JOB DESCRIPTION: Program Director and Coach positions are available for both week-long half-day programs and week-long full-day programs. Skyhawks assigns staff on a weekly basis. Staff who do an excellent job and perform well will work on a consistent basis. Staffing is based on a number of factors; including number of sports staff can teach, flexibility in driving to various locations, and how well the employee performs in their role.  : Spring/Summer Sports Management Internship also available for interested candidates.    

· JOB REQUIREMENTS: Skyhawks is looking for sports-oriented individuals who are highly-motivated, energetic people that enjoy working with children. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, varsity level experience playing and/or coaching, reliable transportation, and willingness to travel. Once hired, Skyhawks requires staff to attend both a classroom and field training. Training dates are tentatively 5/30 evening and 6/2 morning. Skyhawks requires Directors to be First Aid and CPR certified and Coaches to be First Aid Certified prior to their first camp session. Certification classes are held at local hospitals, park and recreation departments, fire departments, Red Cross and other community centers. A negative tuberculosis screen in the past 4 years is also required.  *Staff must be   

· SUMMER PROGRAM HOURS AND PAY: Program times are typically 9am-Noon or 9am-3pm Monday through Friday (there are various other formats as well). Staff will work 10-19+ hours/week for half-day programs and 30-35+ hours/week for full-day camps.  Majority of camps are half-day camps. Skyhawks summer programs run starting in early June and conclude by mid-August.  Summer pay range is between $15/hour to $18/hour based on school level and experience. Internships and year-round coaching opportunities also available if interested.   

· HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested, please apply online at https://www.skyhawks.com/page/company/jobs/   

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Artistry Salon: Aveda salon xteam.we are seeking creative, committed, self-motivated, friendly individuals who are passionate about their craft to join our team. great opportunity! endless opportunities for education. assistants get the same education and more!

are you the right person to fit into our positive salon. team? please send a copy of your resume, or you may bring resume, in person

full and part time available

Artistry Salon

2702 mowry ave.

fremont ca. 94538

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PENINSULA SCHOOL

Nursery Assistant Teacher

(Part-Time Position)

An exciting opportunity to work in a school community committed to progressive education, diversity, and social justice. Peninsula School, one of the oldest and most unique progressive day schools in California, is renowned as a place where students love to come to school each day and where academics, the arts and student choices are all equally valued. Founded in 1925, Peninsula has 252 children 3-14 years of age. Our supportive and welcoming administrative staff invites enthusiastic and dedicated applicants to join our teaching staff in inspiring children to love learning.

Nursery Assistant Teaching Position:

Peninsula School's Nursery Program is a half-day program for children ages 3-4. Primary responsibilities include: maintaining a nurturing early childhood environment, interacting with individual and group dynamics, and working with nursery staff to shape and maintain the philosophy and values of the nursery program. The Assistant Teacher helps to enrich the children's experience at the school and provides assistance to help the Head Teacher effectively carry out the program. The school views the Assistant Teacher's contribution in the classroom as a critical component of the child's experience.

Primary duties and responsibilities include:

General Duties:

Implement the class program as directed by the Head Teacher.

Conduct the class program when the Head Teacher is not present.

Assist with classroom set-up and organization.

Carry out the philosophy of the school, including fostering a love of learning, promoting the child's independence, and demonstrating a respect for the children.

Exhibit a positive attitude toward teaching staff, administration and families.

Ensure the safety and well-being of the children.

Perform other duties as directed by the Head Teacher.

Specific responsibilities:

Maintain CPR and first aid certification.

Establish close relationships with children, parents and teachers and maintain consistent communication with the Head Nursery teacher and other Assistant Nursery Teachers.

Assist children with improving interpersonal relationships and solving conflicts or issues with other children.

Maintain good working relationship and communication with Nursery and Childcare Teachers regarding use of mutual/shared classroom facilities.

Attend and participate as requested in staff meetings.

Participate in professional development opportunities.

Maintain a clean, attractive, well-equipped nursery environment conducive to each child's individual growth.

Supervise children within the nursery environment and engage children in age-appropriate activities.

This position is for 9 months of the year at 20+ hours per week; hourly rate: $23.85/hr Benefits package available.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will possess excellent communication skills and the ability to work both independently and within a team-oriented environment. In addition, a willingness and ability to be responsive and flexible in meeting family's needs is a priority. Individual must have current CPR and First Aid Certification. Completion of 12 ECE units (including core classes: Child Development; Child Family & Community; Program/Curriculum) is required. A year of work experience in a nursery school, licensed childcare center, or similar program is preferred.

Peninsula School is an equal opportunity employee and we actively promote the principles and practices of diversity throughout the school community. We offer competitive compensation and a progressive community dedicated to learning and engaged citizenship. We encourage people of under-represented groups to apply. Email cover letter and resume in MS word or PDF format or fax to (650) 325-1313.

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Are you passionate about building a movement to make sure every student in the Bay Area has a world-class public school? Join us as a community organizer in San Jose to find, train and coach parents leaders so they can advocate effectively for more high-quality public schools in the Bay Area. Reports to Director of Organizing, Silicon Valley.

About Innovate Public Schools:

Innovate Public Schools is a nonprofit organization focused on ensuring that all Bay Area students, including low-income students and students of color, receive an excellent education. We're building a movement of families, educators, and business and elected leaders who together will make this vision a reality. We build the capacity of parents and educators to innovate and act together to create world-class public schools, and we publish easy-to-understand school quality data and research that highlights both problems and solutions.

Innovate Public Schools supports parents across the region to build powerful community organizations in their local communities that can successfully push for better schools and hold the system accountable to the needs of families and children. Innovate leads a network of grassroots community organizations led by passionate parent leaders from across the Bay Area in Santa Clara, San Mateo and San Francisco counties.

http://innovateschools.org/parent-action-network/

 

About the Position:

As an Innovate community organizer, you will work alongside of the most veteran community organizing staff in the country, including professional organizers who have built successful low-income, volunteer-driven education reform efforts throughout California. This is a full-time / exempt position located in San Jose, CA.

We offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package. Annual salary range begins at $63,000 and is dependent on the candidate's experience.

In this role, you will:

-Identify, train and develop community leaders in the principles and practices of community organizing in order to build powerful parent-driven organizations affiliated with Innovate Public Schools

-Develop and manage relationships with a broad base of constituents from targeted neighborhoods (including faith-based institutions, public officials, local government agencies, social service agencies, teachers and school leaders), and build their support for the reform efforts of Innovate's affiliated parent organizations.

-Conduct at least 15 one-to-one visits with parents and community members every week

-Over time, build and manage multiple parent organizations that drive local school reform work and bring new community leadership to communities in San Francisco or Santa Clara / San Mateo Counties

-Plan and coordinate large public forums and meetings, led by parent leaders

-Participate in local, regional and national staff development sessions with organization partners

-Participate in fundraising and administrative activities as required

Your Resources:

-Extensive formal training in community organizing through participation in Innovate's national, year-long Community Organizer Training Program (COTP)

-Membership in a national cohort community of organizers through the COTP, with the opportunity to learn from and share with others in your field

-Weekly coaching and development from veteran organizing team members and national experts in the field

-Learning about latest changes in education policies and cutting edge practices in designing new, world-class schools through collaboration with experts on Innovate's other teams

We offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package. Annual salary range begins at $63,000 and is dependent on the candidate's experience.

Sample "Week in the Life" of a Community Organizer:

-Meet 1-1 with one of your parent leaders to strategize about the next steps in your campaign to expand educational options in the district

-Prepare and then support your team of 15 parent leaders as they hold their first meeting with the local superintendent about the district's plans to improve outcomes for low-income students

-Meet with Innovate's Research and Policy Team to plan a powerful presentation on achievement gap data for a local congregation

-Role-play your upcoming training on power and leadership for the organizing team and receive feedback from your colleagues

-Train a parent to chair a meeting with her local school board president, and coach her to think through the appropriate tone and level of challenge the group should bring to the board member about their issue

-Make calls to invite parents to attend an upcoming meeting and schedule 1-1 visits with them for the next week

-Meet with your supervisor to evaluate your previous parent leader team meeting

-Schedule a 1-1 with a local nonprofit leader to learn more about their work with families and the changing political environment in local cities

-Read and reflect on a classic organizing text, like Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals

Qualifications (Required):

-Baccalaureate degree or equivalent work experience

-Proficiency in Spanish

-Work experience in low-income communities

-Demonstrated experience in community organizing or advocacy work (paid or voluntary)

-Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with diverse stakeholders and communities

-Ability to write and speak clearly and persuasively, including speaking in small and large group settings

-Strong strategic thinking skills and an ability to analyze policies and institutions

-Experience with and sensitivity to multicultural work environments

-Willingness to work as member of and contribute to a team in a dynamic, learning environment

-Passion for creating more high-quality school options for working families

-Eagerness to learn and apply Innovate's approach to community organizing

-A valid driver's license and reliable, insured vehicle (needed to fulfill job requirements)

-Proof of eligibility to work in the United States

-Ability to work frequent evening meetings (average 3-4 per week) and some weekends

Qualifications (Preferred):

-Two to five years of professional community organizing or community development experience

-Understanding of the education reform landscape

-Academic or experiential knowledge related to building social capital and political power in low-income and multilingual communities

-Skills as a trainer with specialized knowledge in grassroots leadership development, political context, public policy development, and/or public education

-Experience developing and supporting public policy solutions to local or regional problems

-Experience working with African American and/or Latino communities

Work Environment / Physical Demands:

The work environment characteristics and the physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while successfully performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations 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 sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

TO APPLY: Submit your resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and what you would bring to Innovate Public Schools here: https://jobs.lever.co/innovateschools/6aac6d53-13f5-4f93-8656-cda0aa5cc829?lever-origin=applied&lever-source%5B%5D=LocalWise

Start date: ASAP

Application deadline: open until filled.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the person in this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills.

Innovate Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer, and takes pride in maintaining a diverse environment. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.

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Tea Lyfe is known for its excellent customer service, relaxed atmosphere, and unique hand-crafted drinks using organic ingredients. We love to educate our customers about our teas.

Tea Lyfe in San Jose is NOW HIRING!!!!

We are looking for baristas/kitchen help.

Candidates should have some tea, coffee, and specialty drink experience.

Tasks include:


  • making coffee and brewing teas


⁃ Must have a passion for tea and coffee

⁃ Excellent customer service

⁃ Must have weekday and weekend night availability along with possible catering events.(no consideration for weekends only)

⁃ Must be able to work well in a team and adapt during peak hours

⁃ Spanish speaking a plus

⁃ Tidy and organized

⁃ Able to lift 25lbs

⁃ Dishwashing and maintaining clean kitchen and counters

⁃ Servsafe certified 

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Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers in under-resourced schools. Our diverse and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals they need to unlock their potential as successful, happy and confident readers in school and in life. Our people are our heartbeat and our greatest resource; we are all passionately rallied around our mission to help children become lifelong learners by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction that works. 

Learn more about us at http://www.readingpartners.org

The AmeriCorps Site Coordinator is the face of Reading Partners within our reading centers, leading the full-time program coordination, operations, and relationship development at their school. This is an exciting opportunity to work with kids, coach volunteers, build partnerships with faculty and staff, and get a hands-on approach to a literacy program that works! Reading Partners AmeriCorps offers an amazing chance to give back, and as a member you’ll receive benefits, a great place to serve, and the opportunity to springboard a glowing and growing career. Our top Site Coordinators are ambassadors for service, demonstrate a passion for improving education, and strongly believe in our vision and values. 

What you’ll do and how you’ll do it: 

Program Implementation: Coordinate the day-to-day operations of Reading Partners’ program at a partner school to ensure Reading Partners’ program and curricula meet students’ learning needs. • Leading program implementation is a huge responsibility! As the head of a reading center, Site Coordinators demonstrate a strong understanding of our program and can effectively coach volunteer tutors through the curriculum. Superb organizational skills are paramount in meeting student enrollment goals (an average of 40-80 students), coordinating schedules, managing accurate data records, and tracking student progress through regular assessments. Site Coordinators also work directly with students to provide ongoing tutoring throughout the year. Relationship Management & Communication: Forge and maintain positive relationships within the school community to create a welcoming environment for students, volunteer tutors, faculty, and staff. • Fostering relationships within the school community is a key component of a Site Coordinator’s success. Site Coordinators demonstrate an aptitude for communication, adapting their communication styles to best suit the needs of students, volunteer tutors, Reading Partners colleagues, and school-based faculty/staff. The ability to motivate kids in their learning and manage their behavior is a significant responsibility, as is the ability to train, guide, and give feedback to volunteer tutors.

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 *Hiring Teachers/Tutors In Fremont - $22-30/hr - Flexible Schedules!

Do you have a passion for teaching? We match tutors with students based on their needs and your qualifications. We utilize the student's classroom curriculum as well as offer study skills & test prep programs. We are seeking tutors for all subject areas from 1st - 12th grades for Math, Science and English

Why work for Club Z! In Home Tutoring?

~Rewarding work with students & teaching experience

~We match you with Fremont clients immediately

~Earn great pay and keep flexible hours!

What do we look for in a tutor?

~Excellent communication skills and a friendly personality

~Commitment to tutoring minimum 6 months

~College Degree preferred~Preferred minimum 1 year teaching or tutoring experience

~Academic background in subject areas you wish to tutor

~Reliable Transportation in Fremont area (tutoring held at the student's Fremont home; extra pay for travel time!)

~Strong math and/or English tutoring skills

Tutor Openings!

~Math - 4th-12th gr algebra, geometry, calculus, common core

~English - 1st-12th gr, writing and reading skills, ACT/SAT Prep

We are seeking qualified part-time tutors and teachers in all subject areas. who will earn $22-30/hr and can tutor in Fremont, CA. Please apply only if you live within close proximity to Fremont to tutor 1-2 hours at a time.  This is a part-time (1-4 hrs/day) opportunity, generally Monday thru Thursday's 4:00-8:00.

If you enjoy working one-on-one with students and making a real difference in their education, please reply with your resume attached. We appreciate if you can let us know about any teaching or tutoring experience.

We look forward to hearing from you!  

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  Position Summary: We are looking for Tech Savvy individuals that would like to learn the Healthcare data environment.

  Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:    


  • Responsible to Project Management for assigned Implementation related tasks. 

  • Ensures that responses to customer inquiries provide value

  • Maintains professional demeanor during all interactions with customers

  • Works effectively and efficiently to resolve customer issues or escalate to 2nd tier technical support

  • Provides suggestions for the improvement of departmental processes

  • Actively improves technical skills

  • Maintains appropriate databases and history files

  • Dispatches calls to field service organization

  • Participates in the analysis of product performance issues

  • Quality and professional delivery of answers provided to customers

  • Efficiency and effectiveness in handling individual customer inquires

  • Adherence to company policies and procedures

  • Degree of proficiency in utilizing the dispatch application software

  • Level of customer satisfaction generated from individual interactions

  • Degree of observed behavior contributing to the improvement of team performance

  • Accuracy of data entered into support center applications and files

  • Effectiveness of efforts to analyze and resolve complex technical issues

  • Effectiveness at expediting urgent customer issues

  • Clarity of communication, written and oral

    Minimum Qualifications:   Skills:   


  • Outstanding verbal and written communications skills 

  • Professional attitude and team player

  • Excellent organizational and customer service skills 

  • Windows-based PCs and Server expertise 

  • Basic Networking troubleshooting skills 

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office 

  • Data base experience, especially MS Access

  • MS SQL Server experience a plus 

  • Ability to multi-task      

  • Must keep extensive written records of all customer interactions

  • Pleasant personality and friendly phone voice a must

Education:  


  • Associate degree in a technical field such as Bioinformatics, Information Technology, or Computer Science or equivalent experience.

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Start your own business now!!

Allure Salon

Monthly Rent negotiable

Room for rent in very busy salon downtown mountain view

Excellent for eyelash extensions or massage.

Available immediately

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COMPANY OVERVIEW

Big Al’s believes in continuing to create a FUN, SAFE and REWARDING environment for all our staff. We believe in hiring talented, energetic & enthusiastic candidates to join the Big Al’s family which makes us the Pacific Coasts’ Premier Family Entertainment Center.

We offer high potential earnings, many discounts to our partner retail shops, medical, vision and dental, sick pay and we close our doors for a day during the summer to celebrate YOU!

SUPERVISED BY: Guest Service Manager/Assistant Manager

DEPARTMENT: Guest Services

STATUS: Part-time or Full-time (benefits awarded at 30 hours or more per week on average)

SCHEDULE: Must be able to work weekends and overtime may be required during busy seasons

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: @ least six months restaurant experience is preferred

WHAT YOU WILL DO: 

Consistently provide a first-class experience to our guests through exceptional time management and coordination skills.

• Support our server team members in multiple areas of our entertainment center such as host area, food running, busing tables, running the snack bar, and more to ensure an optimal guest experience

• Encourage guests to experience everything Big Al’s offers

• Ensure guests are having a positive, FUN, SAFE and REWARDING experience

• Assist with opening and/or closing our center

• Required to follow all safety procedures to ensure personal and guest safety from potential hazards

• Other duties as assigned as it relates to the team environment

• Reliable; consistently at work and on time

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO THE JOB:

• Preferred knowledge of Micros or other POS systems

• First-class level of guest service and de-escalation skills

• Awareness and ambassador of safety

• Knowledge of alcohol serving laws

• Reliable attendance

• Food Handlers Certification and SERV Safe Certification or equivalent

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

• Stand/Walk: Frequently

• Lift up to 25lbs: Frequently

• Lift 50lbs: Occasionally

• Bending, stooping: Occasionally

• Reaching, Pushing, Pulling: Frequently

• Loud noise level: Frequently

We are an equal opportunity employer!

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West Valley Dance Boutique is a premier shopping destination for dancers in the Bay Area, who are looking for amazing quality, selection, and service. At the West Valley Dance Boutique, you'll find a variety of dance shoes, clothing and accessories from well-known brands such as Capezio, Cali Kisses and more, conveniently located next door to our premiere dance school for kids and adults!

We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced, professional individual for our Sales Associate Position. The following skills are preferred (training available for promising candidates):


  • Detail-oriented


  • Organized


  • Customer service driven


  • Active on Social Media


  • Good eye for fashion and display


  • Love children and helping others


  • Enjoy having FUN!


  • Dance Background


Part-time and Full-time available

To be considered reply to this ad with your resume or contact:

Brittany Watts

(408) 244-1968 x13

Visit us online 

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Woodside Deli

Since 1958, Woodside Deli been the Bay Area’s leading destination for the finest-quality sliced meats, freshly-made salads, custom-built sandwiches, and specialty products imported from Italy.

Position overview

In this position, you will be responsible for deli prep work, customer assistance, and cleanup. You will need a good attitude, a willingness to learn, and a desire to ensure that each customer gets exactly what they want.

You should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, and be detail-oriented (in our business, that means making each sandwich correctly during a very busy lunch rush). During non-rush hours, you will be expected to restock beverages, prep for the next day, or clean. There is always work to do!

Must be available one or both weekend days.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $15.00 to $18.00 /hour depending on experience

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Now Hiring:

Cashiers

Beertenders

Kitchen Team Members

Cooks

Dishwashers

Pitmasters

Bussers

Full Time and Part Time

Reply to this message with the desired position. Or go online at our website and fill out an application. 

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cafe server 13.50-16 an hour +tips

* Se Habla Español*

PRIMARY JOB FUNCTIONS

-Greet customers as they enter and exit the Café

-Create and serve food and beverage items

-Promote daily specials and encourage upgrades to each order

-Operate cash register, process payments through cash or credit card handling and/or member account charges

-Café opening and/or closing duties, as required

-Maintain a clean, safe work environment according to State and Local food safety standards

-Understand and anticipate the needs of our members and guests; be attentive, listen carefully and follow through; provide exceptional customer service

-Communicate timely and follow up as appropriate

-Active participation in events, programs, meetings and training

-Represent the club in a professional manner through image, dress, communication, and immediate follow through and response

-Schedule varies and may require weekend and holiday hours, days and evenings

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Line Cook $15-$18 (Needs to be available weekends)

PRIMARY JOB FUNCTIONS

-Food Handling, Preparation and Presentation

-Carefully follow standard recipes while preparing assigned food items for service

-Collects food and beverage products and small wares required for food preparation

-Assists in plating food items for service

-Handles leftover food items, as necessary and/or directed

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We are seeking preschool teachers and assistants for our Palo Alto and Mountain View Locations.

Teachers need to be able to implement an age appropriate curriculum, love to play with children, be energetic, hardworking, responsible and respectful.

We are a play-based school with a strong academic component. For more information about our school, please check our website

 

Qualifications:

--Teachers:

(have or in progress) 12 ECE semester or 18 quarter units and one year of teaching experience in a Pre-K/3's/2s classroom at a licensed child care facility.

--Assistant Teachers

(should have or in progress) 12 ECE quarter units.

--Applicants must be flexible in schedules and job location

--Only full time applicants will be considered

The Wonder Years offers a full benefits package, including but not limited to the following; competitive above market salaries, medical, dental, 401K (with matching), paid vacation and holidays.

To Apply

- Send an online application through our website 

- or fax your resume to (650)494-1669

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Youth Programs prides itself on providing vibrant and creative youth programs for all ages and abilities. We offer different opportunities for youth to engage in an active lifestyle through camps, sports-based activities, field trips, and more; all while providing a safe and positive environment where children learn new skills, grow together, and play!

Youth Programs, housed in the Department of Recreation and Wellness, is looking to hire seasonal full-time employees (Summer 2019 dates; June 3 – August 9, 2019). This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team and make a difference in a child’s camp experience.

Visit our career page to apply or please specify the positions you are interested in and send your cover letter and resume

Positions Available:

Youth Programs Camp Counselor

Camp Counselors are the heart of Stanford Youth Programs. Under the direction of the Asst.

Director of Youth Programs, counselors work to ensure that each child feels welcome, safe, and loved at camp through their daily interactions with children under their care. Counselors have a special opportunity to make a change in the life of a child while developing valuable professional skills and program planning experience.

Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday, June 3 – August 9, 2019

Mandatory staff training 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday – Friday, June 3 – 7, 2019

Additional extended days will be required. Dates and schedules for extended work hours will be provided during staff training.

Minimum Qualifications:

• High school graduate or age 17 and up, preferred

• Experience working with youth in Grades K – 12 preferred.

• Passionate about working with youth and creating powerful experiences in a camp setting.

• Knowledge of running sports activities.

• Experience working in a camp setting a plus.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

• Responsible for the emotional and physical safety of children. Know, enforce, and follow all safety guidelines associated with the camp and all program areas.

• Identify and respond to camper behavior issues. Resolve conflicts within the group as necessary.

• Planning and implementation of a variety of programs for campers

• Work collaboratively with other staff.

• Support goals and spirit of Stanford All Sports Camp programming.

• Uphold the mission and values of Stanford Recreation and Wellness and the University.

In your cover letter, please include answers to the following two questions:

1. What experience do you have that has prepared you for working at Camp Cardinal?

2. What skills or habits will a Camp Cardinal camper gain or learn from having you as their

leader?

Sports Specialist

The Sports Specialists are an integral member of our Head staff and work with fellow head staff, counselors, and campers to infuse teamwork, group games and healthy sportsmanship into the Classic Cardinal Camp at Camp Cardinal. Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Youth Programs, the Sports Specialists will help to create camp community, pride and a sense of achievement through Sports and Games. The Sports Specialists will work both together and independently (one for each age group) to design curriculum for the camps in advance of the summer, and be responsible for communicating that to fellow staff through lesson plans.

Hours: 7:45 am – 4:45 pm, Monday – Friday, June 3 – August 9, 2019

Mandatory staff training 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday – Friday, June 3 – 7, 2019

Additional extended days will be required. Dates and schedules for extended work hours will be provided during staff training.

Qualifications

• Minimum of 2 years of college from four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

• Passionate about working with youth grades K-6.

• Significant experience working with youth in a camp or educational setting.

• Basic First Aid, Adult and Child CPR with AED certified or ability to obtain upon employment.

• Experience in program development and implementation.

• Experience with coaching a variety of sports.

• Experience with curriculum design, preferably for sports-related activities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

• Responsible for the emotional and physical safety of children and staff. Know, enforce, and follow all safety guidelines associated with the camp and all program areas.

• Design and submit lesson plans Camp Director and fellow head staff two weeks prior to each Camp.

• Run weekly meetings sharing lesson plans with head staff.

• Planning and implementation of a variety of programs for campers.

• Plan and implement programs for the campers.

• Ensure that the camp programs run smoothly.

• Liaise between parents and staff.

• Work collaboratively with other staff

• Supervise, teach and interact with campers.

• Uphold the mission and values of Stanford Recreation and Wellness and the University.


  1. What experience do you have that has prepared you for working at Camp Cardinal in a leadership role?


  2. What skills or habits will a Camp Cardinal camper gain or learn from having you as their leader?


*Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.

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Job Title: Support Staff

Reports to: Site Director, Lead Teacher

Summary: Oversees and works with the children by performing the following duties.

Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

General Job Functions


  • Assist in planning and implementing the daily program.

  • Helping with the general housekeeping tasks.

  • Performing other duties as directed.

  • Responsible for clocking in and out every day.

  • Treat all Directors, Teachers and children with dignity and respect.

Operations


  • Follow and apply Newton’s policies and procedures.

  • Check homework assignments thoroughly for accuracy, clarity, and presentation. (Do not refrain from enforcing these expectations.)

  • Check the supply levels at the center (see checklist) and inform Director.

Communication


  • Develop good working relationship with Site Director, Teachers and Lead Teachers.

  • Develop good working relationships with school principal, secretaries, custodians, and teachers as needed.

  • Encourage and support students.

  • Respect students’ feelings and needs.

  • Use clean and considerate language; never use sarcasm.

  • Establish an open and friendly relationship with parents.

  • Inform director of parental concerns.

  • Monitor student’s abilities and inform Director and parents of their child’s progress.

  • Understand and apply discipline policy (see disciplinary procedure sheet).

  • In the event of any conflict with another Teacher or Tutoring Staff member, notify the Site Director.

  • Share all ideas, concerns, and anticipated problems to the Director.

  • In an event of an emergency, which might prevent the lead teacher from arriving to the site on time, immediately notify the Director and Newton office.

  • Submit any requests for vacation to the Director at least two weeks in advance Organization

  • Help close center at the end of the day.

  • Make sure parents sign their children out when they go home.

Leadership


  • Use positive learning strategies; lead students to answers rather than providing them.

  • Maintain high individual expectations for all students.

  • Ensure students respect school and center property.

  • Set a good example by having a positive and supportive attitude for Tutoring Staff and students.

  • Take an interactive role by participating in the instructional part of the program.

  • Use of telephone is for business purpose only, except for emergencies.

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions;


  • Must be 18 years of age or older unless he or she is a High School graduate or currently participating in an occupational program conducted by an accredited High School or college.

  • Be able to relate well with the children.

  • Able to work Monday through Friday after school until 6:00 pm. Hours will be extended on Parent Teacher Conference days and minimum days. Newton will be closed on all national holidays and all school breaks.

Education/Experience:

Must be a high school graduate.

Must be able to relate well to children.

Language Ability:

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to speak effectively before groups of children or employees of the organization.

Math Ability:

Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.

Reasoning Ability:

Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions.

Certificates and Licenses:

CPR/First Aid

Valid Driver's License

Preventive Health and Safety training

Special Skills:

Must be 18 years or older.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is in the presence of children and occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.

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 accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to physically interact with the children. Included the employee may climb or balance. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and talk or hear.

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2 Immediate Openings in San Leandro / San Lorenzo / Hayward Area

Part Time OR Full Time - If part-time after approx 3:00 - 4:00 PM

We believe the key in creating an exceptional work environment is to treat our staff the way we would like to be treated. When you join Emerging Milestones, you join more than just a company – you are joining a Team. A team that will empower you to reach your milestones!

Emerging Milestones is looking for energetic and motivated team players to work for our clients with autism in the home settings in San Leandro and the surrounding areas. Emerging Milestones provides evidence-based behavioral therapy services. We offer exceptional intervention plans for children diagnosed with the Autism Spectrum and related disorders using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

Benefits


  • Highly competitive pay and depending on experience

  • Health Insurance Benefits (Medical and Dental) for Full-time employees

Responsibilities and Duties


  • 1:1 intervention services based on ABA principles for children 18 months - 12 years old

  • Recording daily data for child's progress as per EM guidelines

  • Social play groups with neuro-typical peers.

  • Employee must communicate professionally with clients/ staff and be a team player.

  • Must adhere to the principles of ethical practices and values, maintain confidentiality.

Qualifications and Skills


  • Must have or be pursuant of a degree in Psychology, Child Development, Health Services, Education, or related field

  • Experience working with children (preferably children with special needs)

  • Valid California driver's license and car insurance. Driving is required

  • Must pass criminal background check (Clean DOJ/FBI record)

  • First Aid/CPR Certification (if not training will be provided by EM)

  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) experience


  • RBT or BCAT certified

  • Experience working with young children with special needs

  • Must pass TB test, and have up-to-date immunization record (as per EM requirements)

Physical Requirements:


  • Ability to stand or sit for extended periods of time, stand for up to 6-8 hours a day.

  • Frequent bending, reaching, squatting, kneeling, twisting in order to observe, assess, and interact with clients.

  • Occasional sitting and maintaining close visual attention to write reports and work at the computer.

  • Ability to physically implement behavior management strategies including responding to physically aggressive behavior.

  • Visual and auditory ability to work with clients, staff and others in the workplace continuously.

  • Frequent driving (to and from office and client homes). Occasional lifting, carrying, and loading/unloading toys and materials up to and including 25 lbs. to 50 lbs. used in home visits.

  • Frequent exposure to disability disorders in clients; occasional emergency situation; occasional exposure to trauma; constant client contact and decision making; constant concentration required when working with clients.

  • Frequent work inside client homes; occasional work in outdoor settings.

Conditions of Employment:


  • Ability to obtain and maintain criminal record clearance through the Department of Justice (DOJ). The People & Performance Department must analyze DOJ/FBI live scan reports in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and Local laws, as well as fitness for the position.

  • Valid driver’s license with an insurable driving record and the ability to safely transport participants, if designated as a driver.

  • Proof of current vehicle registration and safety check.

  • Must pass health screenings, obtain vaccinations and clear TB testing based on company policies. Freedom from any communicable disease or medical conditions that would interfere with the physical requirements of this position. Current TB clearance is required.

  • CPR certification.

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Are you in high school, college or a stay at home parent with kids in school during the day? 

We have the perfect opportunity for you to earn extra money in your spare time -- paid training included! No experience necessary.

American Swim Academy invites candidates to apply for our Part-Time Swim Instructor position at our indoor pool. This position is year-round, not seasonal. 

The ideal candidate is self-motivated, enthusiastic, loves children and has a strong member service background. We are looking for applicants who can work weekdays, evenings and weekends. 

We have open shifts 7 days a week; mornings, afternoons, and evenings. We are looking for candidates who can work Saturdays and Sundays as well.

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The day begins like most days, grabbing a bite to eat (if you’re a morning foodie person), checking your weekly schedule on your mobile device (we like both Android and iOS!), and then stopping by the Zesty office to pick up supplies and food for your scheduled delivery.

Navigating through Bay Area traffic (we’ve got a real-time logistics team to help with emergencies!) you’ll head to the local business, setup, and serve a delicious and healthy meal.

Post-shift, come on back to the Zesty HQ and hang out with other fellow Captains. Grab a bite to eat and even take some food home for later or your family - it’s all on us! Heck, we even pay for parking. If it’s a Wednesday, you can be on the lookout for a direct deposit to your favorite bank and get paid.

Job Requirements 


  • Must be 18 or older.


  • Must have a vehicle (trucks are only acceptable if they have a bed cover or shell) with driver's insurance under your name, a valid driver's license, car registration and a clean driving record.


  • Must be willing to obtain a food handler card.


  • Be available for at least two lunch shifts from Monday to Friday.


  • Use an iPhone or Android phone.


Benefits

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Looking for a new career? Interested in fitness?

We are a growing personal fitness training company, currently with over 60 studios located nationwide, including 4 Bay Area Peninsula locations (Southwest San Jose, Sunnyvale, Menlo Park, and San Mateo). We are currently seeking to fill positions in all of our locations. We're looking for enthusiastic people who want to enter the field of personal fitness training. If you have the qualities we're looking for, we will hire you and teach you everything you need to know in order to become a top-of-the-line trainer. Enjoy the opportunity to interact with our clients, help them change their bodies, and get paid to work in a field that you love.

We also PAY YOU to go through our certification process - not only for your time, but you will also be eligible for a $1,000 bonus for completing certification!

Enjoy the opportunity to interact with our clients, help them change their bodies, and get paid to work in a field that you love.

No prior fitness work experience or fitness education is required. We're interested in people with the following qualities:

• Energetic & Attractive Personality

• Dependable

• Coachable

• Great Work Ethic

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