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The following job opportunities are available at Dallas Afterschool: 

 

Job Title: Assessor

Report to: Research and Evaluation Manager

Employment Status: Part-time

Manages Others: No

Dallas Afterschool Assessors conduct safety and quality assessments of Dallas Afterschool partner
programs using the Afterschool Quality Advancement (AQuA) assessment tool and a safety checklist.
Each Assessor conducts two to three on-site assessments per week. To conduct the assessment, the
Assessor travels to the afterschool program site to conduct an in-person interview with the site lead
and documents, in detail, their observations of the areas that impact afterschool quality. The following
day, utilizing their detailed notes and recorded interview, the Assessor scores the assessment. To
ensure consistency, Assessors conduct weekly peer reviews of each other’s assessments. Finally, the
Assessor reviews the assessment results with the site’s assigned Quality Advisor (QA).
The position requires 20 to 25 hours per week, 2:00pm to 6:00 pm, Monday thru Friday during the
operating school year. The compensation rate is $20 to $22 per hour depending on experience and mileage
is reimbursed at the IRS rate.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Conducting un-biased quality assessments at Dallas Afterschool supported sites through the Dallas area

  • Accurately scoring, including detailed notes, the site assessment within Salesforce

  • Communicating clear, accurate, and useful feedback, both written and verbal, to QAs to assist them in
    the coaching process

Education &/or Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of one year of experience in education, afterschool, and/orsummer programs, OR
  • Associate degree (or pursuing a degree) with a minimum of two years of experience in education afterschool and/or summer programs
  • Experience as an in-school or afterschool program evaluator (e.g. CLASS, TEI, Weikart), a plus

Knowledge &  Skills

  • Knowledge of best practices in educational or youth development programming
  • Ability to conduct one-on-one interviews and observations objectively and without bias
  • Access to a reliable automobile between the hours of 2pm and 6pm, Monday thru Friday

 Personal Attributes

  • Strong work ethic (i.e. punctual, reliable, pays attention to detail and positive attitude)
  • High degree of self-initiative, organization, prioritization and follow-through
  • Adaptable and flexible, able to shift styles to fit the needs of a wide range of cultures, people, and
  • organizations

Hiring Process

Resume &  Cover Letter

  • You must submit a resume to [email protected] to be considered.
  • Please put Assessor in the subject line.
  • Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
  • Please do not contact staff directly regarding your application status. Thank you.

Phone Interview

  • Two Dallas Afterschool staff will conduct a thirty-minute phone interviews beginning October 22 nd .

3. In-office &  Site Interview

  • This two-part interview will begin in late October or early November and take two and a half hours one afternoon.
  • First you will participate in a thirty to forty-five-minute behavioral interview with two to three Dallas Afterschool staff and spend fifteen minutes meeting our CEO.
  • If you do not have prior experience as an in-school or afterschool evaluator, you will observe and provide feedback on an afterschool program site.
  • We would like to have the selected candidate start in late November or early December.

The following opportunities are available at other organizations:

 

Title:  Program Teacher Intern, Heart House Dallas

Job Summary:

Program Teacher Interns assist the program teacher in working directly with 30-35 students. This is a part time role with hours of 3 - 6 pm, three days a week.
This role includes duties related to assisting with teaching and mentoring students.
Job Responsibilities:
- Supervise students
- Help students with homework
- Help ensure the classroom is clean, organized, safe, and conducive to learning
- Help the program teacher implement lessons and activities
- Assist with other tasks as assigned by staff
Qualifications:
- High School degree preferred
- Experience with kids preferred
- Bilingual preferred
Program Teacher Intern Stipend:
If Intern begin in the Spring semester, they will receive a $1,200 stipend for the completion of
300 hours. The stipend will be paid out in equal monthly payments throughout the semester.

Title:  Program Teacher, Heart House Dallas

Job Summary:

Program Teacher work directly with 30-35 students. This is a part time role with hours of 1 - 6 pm, five days a week and pays $12 per hour.
This role includes duties related to assisting with teaching and mentoring students.
Job Responsibilities:

- Prepare for and deliver lessons each day

- Supervise students
- Ensure classroom is clean, organized, safe, and conducive to learning
- Oversee all administrative tasks of the classroom including keeping the class roster up-
to-date, taking attendance, tracking meals, submitting work orders, and corresponding
with parents
- Lead interns and AmeriCorps members so they are effectively utilized in the classroom
- Help integrate volunteers into the classroom

Qualifications:
- High School degree required
- Experience with kids required, experience leading or teaching preferred
- Bilingual preferred

 

Title:  After-School Teaching Assistant

Job Summary:

Support the daily operations of Readers 2 Leaders' after-school reading intervention program serving elementary age students.

Job Requirements:  

  • Hours Mon - Thurs 3 - 6 pm, January - May 2019
  • Experience working with children
  • ability to facilitate group and one-on-one learning activities
  • ability to multi-task 
  • skills in setting expectations and managing behaviors
  • flexibility, care and concern in creating a safe learning environment for children
  • interest in education and child development
  • $10 - $15 per hour

To apply, submit resume to jobsreaders2leaders.org

 

Jubilee Park Instructional Aide

The Instructional Aide is responsible for assisting the Afterschool Teacher in the planning, organizing and implementing appropriate instructional materials in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop to their full academic potential during the Jubilee’s Afterschool Program.  The Instructional Aide works Monday-Friday from 2:30-6:30 PM (subject to change) and reports to the Program Delivery Manager.

Qualifications

  • High school graduate with some college preferred
  • 1 year working in a classroom or afterschool setting preferred
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred
  • Ability to work well with children
  • Able to communicate effectively

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Fill in an instructional lead when afterschool teacher is absent
  • Pick up students and assist with transition from day school to afterschool
  • Assist afterschool teacher in planning enrichment activities that facilitate active learning experiences
  • Assist with developing weekly lesson plans
  • Provide homework assistance
  • Maintain an environment conducive to learning where students feel safe
  • Monitor students during I-station
  • Manage student behavior by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures
  • Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding student progress and student needs
  • Maintain time sheet
  • Maintain emotional control under stress
  • Moderate standing, bending and lifting.
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings as required by the Program Delivery Manager.

To apply send your resume to [email protected]

Jubilee Park Specialized Student Support Interventionist

Job Purpose

The Afterschool Site Coordinator is a part- time professional position which will be responsible for maintaining a safe, engaging, enriching environment conducive to learning where afterschool students and their parents are happy and feel welcomed. The Afterschool Site Coordinator works Monday – Friday from 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm and reports to the Program Delivery Manager.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensure afterschool teachers have curriculum materials and supplies for classrooms.
  • Assist with collecting lesson plans, timesheets and other documents from afterschool staff
  • Serve as a liaison between teachers, parent, students and Program Delivery Manager
  • Serve as a substitute afterschool teacher
  • Assist with monitoring Istation data to ensure we are meeting site goals.
  • Monitor check out system for afterschool parents picking up students.
  • Model/team teaches with afterschool teachers.
  • Work with students who have behavioral challenges.
  • Assist with formal and informal classroom evaluations of teachers.
  • Assist with implementing program surveys and report necessary data to Quality Assurance Manager.
  • Assist Volunteer Coordinator with assigning volunteers to work with students and in classrooms.
  • Work collaboratively with partner school staff, teachers and afterschool staff
  • Attend trainings/meetings as required by the Program Manager.
  • Maintain confidential and sensitive information.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education or in a directly related field required
  • Valid Teachers Certificate required
  • 2 years’ experience working in an afterschool setting preferred
  • Bilingual preferred
  • Ability to communicate effectively with parents, teachers and other stakeholders.
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Familiarity with basic computer software programs and ability to type.

To apply send your resume to [email protected]

 

Jubilee Park Afterschool Teacher

The Afterschool Teacher is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing appropriate instructional materials in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop to their full academic potential during the Jubilee’s Afterschool Program.  The Afterschool Teacher works Monday-Friday from 2:30-6:30 PM (subject to change) and reports to the Program Delivery Manager.

Qualifications

  • Certified teacher (preferred)
  • 2+ years working in a classroom or afterschool setting
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) preferred
  • I-station experience preferred
  • Ability to work well with children
  • Ability to prepare high quality lessons
  • Ability to instruct and manage afterschool students effectively
  • Ability to communicate efficiently

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Plan, prepare and deliver enrichment activities that facilitate active learning experiences.
  • Develop and provide weekly lesson plans.
  • Provide homework assistance.
  • Maintain an environment conducive to learning where students feel safe.
  • Ensure students meet required I-Station login time/requisites.
  • Manage student behavior by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures.
  • Communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding student progress and student needs.
  • Maintain time sheet.
  • Maintain accurate and complete records of students’ progress and development.
  • Maintain emotional control under stress. Moderate standing, bending and lifting.
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings as required by the Program Delivery Manager.

 

To apply send your resume to [email protected]

 

On-Site Kids-U Manager (OKM) | Kids-U

 

The OKM manages the day-to-day operations and serves as the supervisor for one Kids-U program site. The OKM must be committed to the goals of the program, willing to work collaboratively with all program constituents (students, tutors, Kids-U administrative and managerial staff, volunteers, community leaders and donors), and be familiar with the culture and dynamics of the community. OKMs are expected to work Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, from 2:30PM-6:00PM, and 1:00PM-6:00PM on Wednesdays.
 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Associate degree or High school diploma with at least 3 years of experience with children acceptable
  • Currently enrolled undergraduate student

Experience:

  • Prefer one year or more experience in working with children ages 5-12
  • Basic Computer Skills: Microsoft Word/Excel/Power Point
  • Basic Research Skills

Responsibilities:

  • Work to recruit children
  • Work to train, coach, and manage Academic Coaches
  • Ensure proper implementation of the Kids-U program by managing daily site activities
  • Attend all trainings
  • Serve in a supervisory capacity and as the primary contact for the Academic Coaches
  • Coordinate activities, trips, family/community engagement initiatives and volunteer responsibilities.
  • Ensure Academic Coaches have the necessary materials and supplies for daily activities.
  • Observe Academic Coaches facilitating Pathways curriculum lesson and provide constructive feedback frequently.
  • Maintain accurate and complete records for each child.
  • Ensure all reports (attendance, food and timesheets) are updated daily and turned in on time.
  • Maintain regular communication with Director of Operations.
  • Model and monitor the implementation of all policies and procedures.
  • Ensure that site is clean, organized and well maintained
  • Notify apartment management and maintenance staff regarding any concerns to the site
  • Create an environment of teamwork
  • Make all visitors to the site feel welcome 
  • Ensure Pathways curriculum & additional programming is implemented (Character Cures, GS & BS Troops) is followed and implemented daily.

Salary:

  • Hourly rate: $14/hour; 16-20 hours per week

If interested, please email your resume to Courtney Taylor-El at [email protected].

 

YMCA

Imagine Science Curriculum Leader: Imagine Science, a national collaborative between the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, the 4H, and Girls, Inc, is currently hiring for Curriculum Leaders for our Summer STEM Outreach Team. Traveling across Dallas, the Curriculum Leader will lead their team to deliver hands on STEM programming to youth mainly in the 4th- 8th grade range. The Curriculum Leader will be the driving force behind their team, and should have strong class management skills with youth and strong job management skills with staff. Curriculum is provided, but the Curriculum Lead should have the skills to interpret and coach staff to lead it effectively. Curriculum Leader will also be responsible for making sure their team has adequate supplies for the activity and bringing supplies from storage to the site.

This is a rewarding job focused on serving underprivileged communities and giving youth valuable skills for their futures. STEM activities range from basic sciences such as chemistry and physics, to coding and robotics, to health and nutrition.

Weekly hours will range between 20-30 hrs. Typical hours fall between 9-4pm. No weekends with the exception of one or two training days.

Pay starts at $16/hr

Desired Skills:

  • Teaching Experience Highly Preferred
  • STEM knowledge
  • Youth instructional work experience
  • Day camp or After school work experience
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Positive role model

Requirements:

  • Must Be 18 or older
  • High School Graduate, College Graduate Preferred
  • Must have reliable transportation as activities take place across Dallas
  • Must be able to pass YMCA Background Check
  • Must be able to pass CPR/First Aid Training (this is provided at no cost)

Free YMCA Membership and program discounts with employment.

Apply online at https://wfa.kronostm.com/index.jsp?POSTING_ID=61228268355&LOCATION_ID=87712808235&locale=en_US&SEQ=postingLocationDetails&applicationName=YMCADallasNonReqExt

 

Imagine Science Group Leader: Imagine Science, a national collaborative between the YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, the 4H, and Girls, Inc, is currently hiring for Group Leaders for our Summer STEM Outreach Team. Traveling across Dallas, the team will lead hands on STEM projects with students mainly in the 4th-8th grade range. Group Leaders should be proficient in STEM knowledge and working with youth in the targeted age range. Strong facilitation skills are a plus.

 

This is a rewarding job focused on serving underprivileged communities and giving youth valuable skills for their futures. STEM activities range from basic sciences such as chemistry and physics, to coding and robotics, to health and nutrition.

Weekly hours will range between 20-30 hrs. Typical hours fall between 9-4pm. No weekends with the exception of one or two training days.

Pay: $10-$14/hr

Desired Skills:

  • STEM knowledge- great job for college STEM majors
  • Youth instructional work experience
  • Day camp or After school work experience
  • Experience in teaching environment
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Positive role model

Requirements:

  • Must Be 18 or older
  • High School Graduate
  • Must have reliable transportation as activities take place across Dallas
  • Must be able to pass YMCA Background Check
  • Must be able to pass CPR/First Aid Training (this is provided at no cost)

Free YMCA Membership and program discounts with employment.

Apply online at: https://wfa.kronostm.com/index.jsp?POSTING_ID=61227957492&LOCATION_ID=87712808235&locale=en_US&SEQ=postingLocationDetails&applicationName=YMCADallasNonReqExt

 

Position: Program Associate for After-School Program, VOX Invictus at Dallas Bethlehem Center

Start Date: August 19, 2019

Reports To: Program Director

Type Role/Hours: Seasonal (Non-Exempt)

 

When you join our team as a Program Associate:

Dallas Bethlehem Center seeks part-time Program Associates to work collaboratively with the Program Director to develop and implement age-appropriate activities for children Kindergarten through 5th grade attending the Invictus Kids Afterschool Program for the 2019-2020 school year. Associates will be responsible for the safety and education of the participants assigned to their group, as well as the development of meaningful activities and experiences.  The Program Associate is a critical support role to the parents/youth of the community and in developing meaningful relationships with participants.

We are looking for a flexible, dynamic, self-motivated, energetic person who enjoys working with children and is comfortable with office administrative duties to work for a Summer Camp’s daily responsibilities will vary depending on the needs. This employee must have the ability to work a flexible schedule and weekends as needed. Previous experience is a plus.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Assist in the implementation of activities that support the program goals.
  • Communicate regularly (written /verbal) with the Program Director.
  • Assist in the preparation & implementation of off-site activities.
  • Ensure the respectful treatment of property, keeping the spaces used by the program clean, and restoring room set-up at conclusion of daily program activities.
  • Attend required trainings/meetings to remain abreast of current information.
  • Build positive relationships with program participants and families through special events celebrating participant accomplishments.
  • Monitor growth and development of youth
  • Ensure smooth transition to other program areas, i.e. art, technology, sports. 
  • Communicate necessary information to parents and participants, i.e. meetings, events.
  • Utilize conflict mediation techniques.
  • Adhere to and enforce the proper code of conduct for purposes of safety, growth, and development.
  • Become aware of state rules and regulations as they pertain to after-school programming.
  • Monitor participant attendance and conduct weekly follow-up calls to participants when necessary to maintain necessary average daily attendance.
  • Must demonstrate effective classroom management.
  • Make copies, answer phone calls, log data entries.
  • Distribute meals (may need to prepare meals on occasion).
  • Transportation pick-up from school.
  • Lesson planning and development of curriculum and creative activities
  • Other duties as described by the Director.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Some knowledge of youth development. 
  • Clear effective communication skills with community & staff (written/ oral)
  • Able to recognize need for intervention and make appropriate referrals.
  • Flexibility, patience, resourcefulness and a willingness to learn
  • Ability to work independently and creatively
  • Experience and/or willingness to work with diverse ethnic populations
  • Bilingual English/Spanish a plus.
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background & drug screening
  • Must be 18 years or older to apply
  • Minimum High School Diploma
  • Basic knowledge to operate on both Microsoft Word & Excel
  • Experience in a childcare center is not required but is preferred.
  • Driver’s License (Preferred)
  • Must complete CPR and First aid Certification within six months of hire

Job Type: Seasonal. Two After-School positions available from 2:00 AM-6:30 PM, August 19th, 2019 to May 27th, 2019. 

Salary: $12.00

Work authorization: United States (Required)

Hours per week: 20 Hours

 

Dallas Bethlehem Center Overview

The Dallas Bethlehem Center (DBC) has been one of the prominent community centers for the United Methodist Church since 1946, working with our local residents in the 75215 and 75210 neighborhoods in South Dallas-Fair Park.  We currently serve our neighbors through on-site, experienced non-profit Program Partners in Early Childhood Education, Out-of-School Programs, Food Security and Community Engagement & Empowerment.

The culture of DBC is exemplified by:

1.              The passion and commitment of our volunteers, some of which have been at the Center for many years.

2.              The connectional commitment of the United Methodist Church (UMC).  We have strong relationships with the United Methodist Women (locally & nationally), the North Texas Annual Conference Bishop & Zip Code Connection, and our covenant church partners in the Metro District.

3.              Sincere caring and respect from DBC neighbors.  They are genuinely glad the Center is in their neighborhood.

4.              Compassionate support that our non-profit Program Partners provide to our neighbors.

5.              Proactive vision and encouraging leadership from our DBC Board of Directors

 

Dallas Bethlehem Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Updated 07/22/19

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