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Cityteam

San Jose, California, United States

Date Posted:
10/13/2016
Categories:
Career Counseling - Christian Teacher - Counseling - Education
Job Type:
Full-Time
Cityteam
Job Description:

LEARNING CENTER COORDINATOR

 

Job Title: Learning Center Coordinator

Area/Location: San Jose, CA

Reports to: Dean of Instruction

Subordinates: Volunteers, Interns, and Residents

Date Submitted for Revision: 9.28.16

Job Description Approved: 9.28.16

Classification: Coordinator 30-hours a week

Salary: Range starts at $17-hour DOE

 

JOB SUMMARY

 

Do you have a heart for serving God? Do you have the fundamental belief that each and every person can learn and that God has good plans for them? Do you come from the field of education? Do you get joy working with those in need? If so, you may be the right person for the new Learning Center Coordinator. The Learning Center Coordinator wears many hats, including teacher, facilitator, mentor, guidance counselor, community liaison, and spiritual sounding board. The ideal candidate would be familiar with recovery and DMM.

 

The Learning Center Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and overseeing classroom plans and procedures, scheduling volunteers, and assessing and instructing students.  The Learning Center Coordinator will develop efforts to procure funds and materials for the classroom, as well as liaison between the classroom and program staff. This is a 30-hour a week non-exempt position.

 

SPECIFIC DUTIES

 

Ministry

 

  1. Supervise students
  • Hold students accountable for appropriate behavior and model Christ-like behavior through your actions and words.
  • Interview and assess students to create Individualized Learning Plans.
  • Provide instruction and materials best suited to meet students' needs based on their Individualized Learning Plans.
  • Prepare students to take the high school equivalency exam, if applicable.
  • Be informed and able to advise students about their academics, as they relate to their employment goals.
  1. Teaching
  • Use appropriate teaching styles and methods to accommodate working with individuals and small or large groups.
  • Conduct group instruction based on the Core Competencies of the Learning Center.
  • Maintain materials as needed for class use.
  • Remain current in field of adult education.
  • Maintain all related files and paperwork.
  1. Volunteer Coordination
  • Schedule, train, coach, and supervise volunteers.
  • Recruit and cultivate relationships with local businesses to generate employment and internship opportunities for students.
  1. Liaison
  • Work in partnership with the Career Specialist to best meet each student’s needs.
  • Work in cooperation with the Volunteer Program Supervisor to fill volunteer needs at the Learning Center.
  • Work with the Development Team to write grants to help underwrite the ongoing expenses of the Learning Center, including materials for student use, paid aides, funding for training of personnel, and computer related expenses (software, updating hardware, and incorporation of further assessment tools).
  • Attend pertinent meetings.
  • Provide progress reports and work with the Recovery Staff to best support each student.
  • Complete other duties and special projects as assigned by the Dean of Instruction.

 

Donor Cultivation

 

  1. Enlist and maintain private donors to help fund the Learning Center.
  2. Seek support from churches, community groups, businesses, and other organizations.
  3. Develop, implement, and maintain a personal donor cultivation and missionary support program in accordance with a plan established annually with the Dean of Instruction.

 

Personnel

 

  1. Participate in staff performance evaluations in a timely manner as requested by the Human Resources Department.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Must have a personal and consistent relationship with Jesus Christ and be active in a local body of believers.
  2. Must have compatible theology on major issues of Cityteam's Statement of Faith.
  3. Must be committed to serving God and the body of Christ.
  4. Must have a teachable spirit and be committed to team participation.
  5. Must be able to take direction.
  6. Must be an initiator who can work under deadlines.   
  7. Must be willing to work with all personality types, both under pressure and in difficult situations.
  8. Must have adequate knowledge of adult education and resources such as online curriculum and high school equivalency exams.
  9. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Drive.
  10. Prior experience providing instruction to adults preferred.
  11. Bachelor’s degree in a field of education preferred.
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Cityteam

Cityteam is a nondenominational Christian non-profit serving the poor, the homeless, and the lost in local communities in the United States and around the world. Since 1957, Cityteam has been serving people in extreme poverty and helping them transform their lives, their families and their communities where they live. Today with the help of volunteers and donors, Cityteam is impacting the lives of over 500,000 people each year just in the United States and helping hundreds of the thousands of lives in partnership with local leaders in 48 oth More...

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