After School Program Lead Teacher, Providence Center
Posted by Providence Center on September 8, 2014
Providence Center’s youth program, called Power, creates a tight-knit community of children and Teen Leaders who strive to achieve their full potential and who assist their peers to do the same. Our curriculum emphasizes the social and emotional skills children need to overcome difficulties and grow as caring, imaginative, and joyful people. We’re looking for a passionate, creative, and flexible educator who believes in the power of children and teens to make positive changes in their lives, the lives of their peers, and the life of their community.
Title:After School Classroom Teacher
The After School Classroom Teacher will be responsible for ensuring a safe and supportive environment for children in Providence Center’s after school program to learn and grow. The Classroom teacher will oversee lessons and activities that integrate Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum into the after school experience for students and teen leaders. She/he will supervise children during snack, homework assistance, activities and field trips, and provide direction as needed to youth leaders and volunteers who assist in the program. This teacher will manage a classroom of children as well as supervise local Teen Leaders and volunteers who mentor the children.
Job Status:10 month, part time 17 hours/week
Leadership and Teamwork:
●Provide safe, supportive educational environment for children and youth.
●Participate in Providence Center staff meetings and staff retreats.
Planning and Evaluation:
●Meet as needed with the Director of Youth Programs to review classroom materials and exchange feedback on program curriculum, growth and development.
●Monitor program performance and report to Director of Youth Programs.
● Develop and implement lessons consistent with Providence Center’s research-based curriculum and mission.
● Supervise selected teen leaders who will assist in after school classroom to build social, emotional and academic skills through an intentional curriculum as well as homework assistance.
●Coordinate with teen leaders and volunteers in the classroom to observe and monitor student progress and evaluation of behavior.
●Welcome volunteers and outside guests; provide support and supervision to volunteers as needed in the classroom.
●Oversee the distribution and collection of evaluations in the classroom as needed for continued program assessment.
●Use materials, activities, and affirmative feedback that are consistent with the mission, values, and framework of the after school program.
[Ed note: Despite the posting date on Idealist, the ED of this organization reached out to PHENND for re-posting on Sept. 5th.]
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