Teacher: P/T After School, Honickman Learning Center

Posted by Project HOME on November 27, 2017

Location: Honickman Learning Center & Comcast Technology Labs

Job Summary: Part time out of school time Teacher for after school program in state of the art technology center. Teacher plans and implements lesson plans that include project based learning in Reading and Technology. Teacher collaborates with staff, parents and volunteers and assists with the recruitment and retention of students leading to full enrollment in program. Assists in the coordinating of transportation of students to the after school program when needed.

Hours are M-F 2pm (preferred start time), 3:00 or 3:30pm (possible start time) – 6:00pm during school year, M-F 8-4 during summer. Flexible schedule during times when public schools are not in session (report card conferences, staff development). Location is Honickman Learning Center-Comcast Technology Labs (N. Phila: 1936 N. Judson St.).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
·         Create and nurture a welcoming, supportive and cooperative relationship with children, parents and staff
·         Prepare and submit weekly lessons plans
·         Plan and implement daily lesson plans designed to raise literacy levels of children
·         Plan and implement at least 4 Project Based Learning (PBL) lessons each school year
·         Assist in recruitment and retention of students for K-8 program
·         Collaborate with the Assistant Teacher in delivery of lessons and activities
·         Provide technology lessons to ensure that appropriate grade level skills are mastered
·         Maintain accurate daily attendance
·         Collaborate with Manager , the K-8 staff team  and teachers to ensure that students’ individualized needs  are appropriately addressed
·         Assist with student transportation to the program
·         Maintain an orderly classroom
·         Assist with set-up and clean-up at afterschool meal time
·         Communicate with IT helpdesk regarding IT needs
·         Assist with planning, arranging and supervising students on field trips
·         Participate in required professional development programs, staff meetings and parent meetings

Minimum Qualifications
·         Bachelor Degree, preferably in Early Childhood Education
·         Child care experience
·         Good communication skills (verbal & written)
·         Awareness of Developmental Needs of Elementary school students
·         Good computer skills

Preferred Qualifications
·         Valid driver’s license

Project HOME is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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