Position Summary:
Assist Elementary SAC Site Supervisor to facilitate a stimulating and developmentally appropriate environment which promotes social growth, enhances self-esteem, provides for mastery of tasks, and develops self-reliance in a child. One position available at Lincoln Elementary.

Requirements:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); proficiency in the English language; successful work experience with children.  Read, write, and comprehend instructions, short correspondences, and memos.  Mobility and ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to ten pounds.  Hearing, speech, and sight are required.  Current first aid and CPR certificate, or willingness to obtain within first eight-weeks of employment.  Experience in center-based child care settings and developmentally appropriate curriculum experience with school-age children required.  Applicants must be available to work on all days’ students are in school.  Applicants must also be available to work on non-student school days to assist in staffing the all-day care option provided by the SAC program, inclusive of Spring Break. Student participation in daily SAC activities determine staffing needs.  On days that students remain on site longer, or depart early, applicants will need schedule flexibility to have their assignment adjusted in 15-minute increments to ensure quality and efficient care is available to students and their families. Consistent and reliable attendance is required.

Other Skills and Abilities:
Ability to build quality relationships with children, parents and staff. Provide a variety of suggestions in working with students in the School Age Care setting. Maintain cooperative staff partnerships; display flexibility in day-to-day situations and relationships; contribute to a positive team environment. Maintain the confidentiality of all information regarding students. Perform duties within a structured daily schedule and with an awareness of all program standard operating practices, district requirements and Board of Education policies. 

Schedule:

  • 2 hours per day / 1:45 PM – 3:45  PM / 5 days per week during student academic calendar.
  • Additional hours available across Community Education programs to support morning SAC, early childhood and adult education programs.
  • Daily work schedules will be adjusted in 15-minute increments based on attendance and temperament of participating children.
  • Additional and varied hours available on non-student school days.

Pay Rate:
A -1-1 /$12.18 per hour

ISD 761 IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND SUPPORTS WORKFORCE DIVERSITY.