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Community Learning Hub Program Instructor in San Francisco, CA

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Bay Area Community Resources
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San Francisco, CA
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Published 9 days ago

Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) promotes the healthy development

of individuals, families, and communities through direct services,

volunteerism and partnerships in the San Francisco Bay Area.


2020-2021 San Francisco After School Programs

The BACR Community Learning Hubs, in conjunction with the Department of Children, Youth, and their Families, and in partnership with Wah Mei School, strives to provide safe and engaging opportunities to young people where they can access their distance learning classes in a nurturing and academic-oriented environment. Students are identified for the Hub based on school recommendation and need. Those needs include, but are not limited to, students with Learning, Economic, Social/Emotional, Academic , and other identified high needs. Students will learn to be productive, build positive adult and peer relationships, and will participate in meaningful academic and enrichment activities while practicing socio-emotional skills. Community Learning Hubs will be offered in person at specific sites in the Sunset District, from January 2021 until June 2021, following the State and County Health Department guidelines and the San Francisco Unified School District’s school year calendar.

Position Title: Community Learning Hub Program Instructor

Location: Ortega Library

Reports To: BACR Program Coordinators

Commitment: February 2021 - June 2021

Commitment: Starting immediately until June 2 nd , 2021 (Following school holiday breaks)

Work Days/Hours: 40 hours a week. Monday- Friday

Schedule options are 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Hourly rate: $19 - $24 DOE and grade levels


Job Qualifications:

Must have one of the following:

(A) Associate Degree or higher, or (B) 48 or more college units, or (C) pass Instructional Aide exam

● Preferred – Special Education Professional (Experience working with mild to moderate academic and social emotional needs)

● Must pass a criminal background check, TB test clearance, and COVID test.

● Must be punctual and reliable

● Must be able to work during required program offering hours and days

● Must have a working ability with computers, Google Drive, and Google Email

● Must have a working proficiency with Zoom, Google Classroom, and Google Meets (Hang Outs)

● Must have experience working with youth

● Must have a general knowledge of core elementary/middle school subjects

● Must be able to provide differentiated instructions that meet the needs of students

● Must possess group and behavioral management skills for groups of up to 14 students in person.

● Must possess a keen interest and willingness in supporting students’ learning using online platforms

● Must be able to adapt to change and learn new skills

● Must be able to work independently or as a member of a team

● Must be able to communicate in writing in a professional manner

● Must be able to communicate with the program coordinator, students, parents, community partners, and program and school staff clearly and respectfully both in person or using technology resources

● Must be confident speaking in public settings

● Must be able to promote a safe in-person environment conducive and supportive of distance learning classes

● Must maintain confidentiality and demonstrate a high degree of integrity

● Must be able to handle multiple priorities and strict deadlines

Job Duties:

● Offer in-person support for students participating in distance learning by making sure students understand and complete assignments

● Assist school teachers by providing structured academic skill practice time for students

● Give and clearly explain instructions for the assignments given online or in-person

● Give constructive feedback to students and promote Socio-Emotional Learning skill development

● Support students in developing the skills they need to be successful in school and life

● Promote a safe and positive in-person learning hubs environment

● Actively supervise and ensure student safety at all times during in-person sessions

● Communicate student academic and emotional progress to site coordinators as needed it

● Model positive and proactive attitudes, behaviors, and language during online or in-person sessions

● Follow all the COVID-19 health measures

● Ensure that all school space and equipment is left clean, sanitized, and organized after each activity

● Maintain appropriate, professional and youth-friendly speech, behavior, and attire all times

● Maintain accurate attendance records and reporting procedures as needed it

● Be prepared before each session to make sure youth will receive the support they need

● Check email daily and answer supervisor communications within 24 hours

● Attend and participate in all staff meetings and training, and complete assignments on time

Essential Functions:

● Ability to lift and carry 25 pounds

● Ability to travel to required meetings and must have a clean driving record and insurance if using a personal vehicle

● Ability to work with Excel/Microsoft Office and Web-based programs

● Ability to perform basic administrative tasks and keep detailed records

● Ability to be punctual and reliable

● Ability to commit to a full Spring 2021 semester (SFUSD calendar ending on June 2nd, 2021)

Personal Qualities:

● A commitment to and strong belief in BACR’s Mission, Organizational Values and Best Practices

● An ability to maintain goals and priorities when dealing with varying challenges

● Able to be flexible in working with people and groups of differing viewpoints

● A strong dedication to youth development

● A sense of creativity and enthusiasm

● Self-motivated and excellence-driven

Applicants must meet the above requirements to be considered for any ASP BACR position. If selected to be interviewed, you must bring in the following items to your interview:

● Proof of TB test Clearance

● Proof of a ) Associate Degree or higher, or (b) 48 or more college units, or (c) pass Instructional Aide exam

● A completed BACR Application Form

● Resume


Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) promotes the healthy development of individuals, families, and communities through direct services, volunteerism and partnerships in the San Francisco Bay Area.

BACR is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diversity. Visit our website at w www.bacr.org.

Job Type: Hourly full time

Pay: $19 - 24 per hour DOE


How to Apply: Send Resume & Cover Letter to sfapplicants@bacr.org with Subject Heading Community Learning Hub.


NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE!

Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) promotes the healthy development

of individuals, families, and communities through direct services,

volunteerism and partnerships in the San Francisco Bay Area.


2020-2021 San Francisco After School…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Full Time Schedule
  • Education
    Other Education Requirement
  • Professional Level
    Entry level

Salary

Hourly rate: $19 - $24 DOE and grade levels

Location

On-site
3223 Ortega Street, San Francisco, CA 94122

How to Apply

How to Apply: Send Resume & Cover Letter to sfapplicants@bacr.org with Subject Heading Community Learning Hub.

How to Apply: Send Resume & Cover Letter to sfapplicants@bacr.org with Subject Heading Community Learning Hub.

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