Educational Resource Coordinator Job Description Sample
Staff Coordinator, Student Affairs, Educational Resource Center (5973/E1018)
Jointly manage, with the Center for Career Development (CCD) Staff Coordinator, the front desks operations for both the CCD and Educational Resource Center (ERC). Provide excellent customer service by staffing front desk staff hours and co-supervising the team of Student Desk Assistants. Coordinate the hiring, training, and supervising of the CCD/ERC Student Desk Assistants (SDAs) with the CCD Staff Coordinator.
Develop ERC training materials, including the joint maintenance of the Blackboard site for SDAs, and joint-training on all CCD and ERC policies and procedures. Process the hiring paperwork and weekly payroll for all student employees (approximately 210 students) meeting the deadlines set forth by the Student Employment Office. Communicate with pertinent CCD and ERC staff members to ensure submission of student employees time submission is accurate.
Bachelors required, 1-3 related experience
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Educational Resource Specialist
Families First of Minnesota has an immediate opening for a full-time Educational Resource Specialist in its Rochester Office. This position is responsible for coordinating a professional development program and related activities; providing information to early childhood community and other stakeholders; implementing and maintaining professional development services within established guidelines and standards, and managing professional development resources. This position is also responsible for recruiting trainers and managing trainer contrasts.
Ideal candidates will have Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood (preferred) or similar field plus 1-3 years' experience working with Early Childhood programs. Experience with professional development coordination is also helpful.
The individual in this position must have a working knowledge of basic MS Office programs. Ideal candidates will be highly organized, have excellent communication and time management skills and have the ability to work well as a member of a team. The individual in this position must have a valid driver's license.
If you or someone you know is interested in applying for this position, please visit our website at https://c2r2.applicantpro.com/jobs/.
Position will remain open until filled. Families First of Minnesota is committed to creating a multi-cultural, bias-free agency.
Student Support Specialist, Student Affairs, Educational Resource Center (6024/E1818)
Advise and support outreach efforts to at-risk student populations at Boston University. Meet regularly with students in group and one-on-one settings to help them develop their study and writing skills.
Work closely with Education Resource Center (ERC) staff members, specifically the ERC Associate Director and ERC Assistant Director for Mentoring and Outreach in developing and delivering a wide variety of academic support programs and workshops, including those designed to support international students and non-native speakers of English. Research best practices and resources at peer institutions and develop online academic support resources.
BA required, MA preferred. 1-3 years related experience.
Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Educational Assistant - Resource
SUMMARY: Provides instructional assistance for students and general clerical assistance for teachers as requested.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: This list is meant to be representative, not exhaustive. Some incumbents may not perform all the duties listed. In other cases related duties may also be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions of the position.
Assists teacher in implementing instructional program under the teacher's supervision.
Assists students with classroom and homework assignments.
Provides specialized educational support (Braille, behavior management and signing).
Uses therapeutic holds when necessary as trained by a certified instructor.
Tests and records student skills, achievements, and progress.
Supports specific special educational program procedures.
Maintains records on instructional and behavioral data as requested.
Assists the teacher in maintaining a clean, attractive and safe learning environment.
Reports information about a child's development and behavior to teachers.
Organizes and monitors the use of materials and supplies; supports clerical needs.
Performs additional related duties as assigned.
Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Reading, writing and mathematics.
Assist teachers in classroom education activities.
Supervise students at recess and entering and exiting buses.
Establish and maintain effective relationships with others.
Understand and follow oral and written directions.
Assist students with daily living tasks such as feeding and toileting as necessary.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Educational assistants hired after January 8, 2002 must possess an Associate's degree or equivalent of sixty hours or pass a State approved proficiency test. District employees hired prior to this date must meet these requirements by May 24, 2006. During this transition period, employees not meeting the educational requirements will be classified as follows:
- First Aid and CPR Certification provided by the District when required.
Educational Resource Teacher
We seek to hire a full-time Educational Resource Teacher to work in a small group setting with students who are experiencing academic frustration. We seek someone with a passion for teaching students who learn differently as well as a strong background in reading and classroom interventions. The teacher must have the ability to work cooperatively with classroom teachers, perform classroom observations and diagnostics. The teacher will be responsible for writing individualized modification/accommodation plans. The teacher will also have the ability to facilitate and effectively communicate educational concerns with parents in conferences.
The candidate shall possess characteristics that reflect:
A strong clear Christian testimony with a mature and godly spirit
A daily example of the highest Christian virtue both in and out of school
Commitment to faithful attendance and support of a church whose beliefs are in agreement with the Statement of Faith
The ideal candidate shall possess the following:
A Bachelor's degree in Special Education, Speech and Language or Reading
A minimum of one year experience teaching in a self-contained or resource classroom setting
Knowledge and experience in writing individualized modification/accommodation plans
Knowledge of perceptual based learning differences
An ACSI Teacher certification and a state teaching certificate or be in the process of obtaining certification
Accountabilities / Responsibilities
Staff and Program Development
Oversee continual growth in campus programing to meet student needs
Attend faculty meetings: bi-weekly campus meetings and monthly CASS Academic Support meetings
Foster communication efforts between parents and teachers; encourages Matthew 18 principle
Communicate school policies and procedures regarding the referral process, modifications and accommodations to staff and parents
Develop and implement faculty in-service presentations: referral process, identifying students needing intervention, intervention and instructional strategies, etc.
Explain and model instructional intervention strategies for teachers
Develop and maintain communication with outside referral/testing/counseling agencies
Maintain current knowledge of CASS programs for students with learning differences
Prepare monthly progress reports of case load and end of year caseload summary stipulating assessed needs and results
Represent school at ARC meetings and conferences with outside agencies
Student Focused Tasks
Collaborate with classroom teacher, educational resource director, and/or Principal for questions about testing reports, or guidance with referrals
Communicate with teachers to collect data and process academic referrals
Analyze data for student placement and programing
Assess student level of need via classroom observations, SEARCH, individual reading inventories, informal auditory and visual processing tasks, work samples, and achievement testing
Document diagnostic formal and informal evaluations of student, including teacher and parent observations
Provide support for classroom teachers by writing and providing implementation of accommodation/modification plans
Implement TEACH, SPIRE and other interventions for K-2 students
Provide pull out small group remedial instruction in collaboration with classroom teacher
Provide collaborative instruction with classroom teacher
Collaborate with classroom teachers on implementing instructional intervention strategies
Utilize technology to gather data, work with students, or streamline information
Maintain anecdotal records of student progress for students receiving academic support services
Prepare Service Placement Packets for students referred to Jefferson County Special Education Services
Home Connection Tasks
Communicate student progress with parents regularly
Explain formal testing procedures to parents
Provide strategies for home practice that facilities student learning
Offer referrals for private specialized services (tutoring, occupation or speech therapy, etc.)
Indiana Educational Resource Center Secretary
Incumbent works in the Indiana Educational Resource Center at the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The Indiana Educational Resource Center provides educational materials in accessible formats for school-age students with visual impairments to local school systems throughout the state. The incumbent is responsible for the receipt and dissemination of specialized educational materials, statewide, in a timely manner, as well as assisting in the maintenance of the library collection. Incumbent assists in the proofing and preparing of electronic files for braille transcription via scanning, electronic and hard copy word for word proofreading and editing
Receive and check-in returned educational materials.
Process and disseminate outgoing orders.
Process and prepare new materials prior to cataloging.
Assist with the maintenance of the center's inventory of specialized materials, including textbooks and aids and equipment. Perform physical inventory of the collection, reconciling physical collection, as well as weeding out and disposal of obsolete materials from the physical collection utilizing state approved lists.
Locate and utilize databases, documents, reports, and spreadsheets as needed.
Prepare print instructional documents for braille transcription by performing scanning, proofreading, and editing, using MS Word, hard copy, electronic publisher files, OCR and braille translation software.
Provide customer support, service and assistance. Answer phone calls and assist or direct as necessary.
One (1) year clerical, secretarial, word processing experience, or related experience or accredited college training in a related field;
Intermediate proficiency of keyboarding/word, Internet, data entry, Windows PC, Microsoft Office software (specifically Word, Excel, and Access);
Proficient or become proficient within 6 months in beginning braille skills;
Proficient in English language skills (reading, speaking, listening); Working knowledge of business English, spelling, punctuation and correspondence format;
Experienced in operation of office/production equipment, including but not limited to photocopy machines, calculator, binding machines, scanner, and facsimile;
Working knowledge and proficiency of basic filing rules and the ability to organize files and instructional materials;
Demonstrate high levels of performance by: making good work judgments; problem solve tasks efficiently; organize and prioritize work loads effectively, performing more than one detailed task at a time with minimal errors, often within tight timelines
Ability to function efficiently during high levels of stress;
Perform duties of the job with minimal input from immediate supervisor;
Ability to follow instructions accurately;
Ability and willingness to work in close proximity with other members of the staff, effectively and efficiently coordinating work with others.
Ability to lift and carry supplies and equipment up to 50 lbs., stoop, reach and stand for extended periods of time, and use stairs during the work day to access multi-level storage areas.
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans and accrued leave.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Early Childhood Educational Coordinator
Apply now to grow your career as an Early Childhood Educational Coordinator at West 96th Street. Share your passion for educating young children as you support teachers in their planning of curriculum that encourages children to independently explore, discover, and actively learn. At Bright Horizons, education coordinators II are considered the curriculum experts for their centers and age groups, inspiring the teaching teams in the development of an innovative emergent curriculum that fully utilizes our World at Your Fingertips resources while teaching in the classroom.
As an education coordinator II at Bright Horizons, you will:
Guide staff in the implementation of a developmentally appropriate curriculum
Collaborate with a talented team of early childhood professionals like yourself
Partner with parents to support and share the educational needs of their child
Balance your time between teaching your own classroom and supporting staff
Nurture your career aspirations and personal growth through ongoing training and support
Impact the lives of children and families each and every day
At Bright Horizons, we support our employees in their lives both at home and at work. We ensure a work environment in which each employee's chosen path is respected, rewarded, and celebrated.
NYC Teaching Certification
Two to four years of professional early childhood education teaching experience required
Expertise in child development and developmentally appropriate curriculum
Ability to lead staff in implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum
Excellent customer service skills and the ability to create partnerships with families and staff
Experience and skill in communication, leadership, organization and supervision
Experience with the NAEYC Accreditation process strongly preferred
Must meet state requirements for education and additional center/school requirements may apply
Bright Horizons is dedicated to creating a workforce that promotes and supports diversity and inclusion. We provide equal employment opportunities to all individuals without discrimination. Bright Horizons complies with the laws and regulations set forth in the following EEO is the Law Poster: EEO IS THE LAW.
Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the recruitment helpdesk at 855-877-6866 or email@example.com. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Having technical issues with your online application? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 855-877-6866.
Educational Technology Coordinator
St. James School in Arlington Heights is seeking a full-time Technology Teacher & Coordinator for the 2018-2019 school year.
The person in this position will work with both students and teachers to support the integration of educational technology across subject areas. The successful applicant will be a team player with a passion and aptitude for technology and a love of sharing it with teachers and students. The successful applicant will also take initiative in shaping the vision and goals of the technology program at SJS.
This person will serve as a resource for teachers as well as model and provide professional development for staff. This person will assist in the development and implementation of the school's technology curriculum and instruction, and will be expected to utilize effective instructional strategies with all teachers, aides, and students. This person will also be expected to provide basic trouble-shooting support to staff.
SJS serves 500 students in PK-8th grade and employs over 45 staff members. If interested, please complete the online application through AppliTrack and send cover letter and current resume to Mrs. Judy Pappas at email@example.com
Educational Assistant -Family/Community Programs Coordinator (Bilingual Preferred)
EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT -Family/Community Programs Coordinator (Bilingual Preferred)
LOCATION:395:HELEN CORDERO ES
POSITION TITLE:EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT -Family/Community Programs Coordinator (Bilingual Preferred)
Serves as a liaison between any combination of parents/families, district administrators, teachers, community, UNM/other educational program, human services, or other agencies dependent upon the assigned program. Provides assistance, facilitation, implementation, monitoring and/or coordination, which will vary dependent upon the assigned program.
Incumbent must achieve the following outcomes with or without reasonable accommodation:
Implement district/school supported outreach strategies where all families feel welcome, support, and encouraged to become involved in all levels of family Involvement
Facilitate, as needed, two-way communication between families and school staff
Collaborate with all school staff to create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere throughout the school campus.
Maintain and coordinate a space for families to receive information about family engagement offerings on the campus and throughout the community.
Collaborates effectively with school and community stakeholders (e.g. families, teacher, counselor, community organizations, bilingual resource personnel, school administration, parent and family organizations, etc.)
Serves as a liaison between state and local agencies, schools and families maintaining an open line of communication.
Prepares, organizes, manages, and disseminates informational materials, providing information as to respective program to students, parents, teachers, and/or agency personnel promoting services of assigned program.
Meets with any combination of parents, students, agency personnel, facilitating communication by establishing and maintaining open lines of communication.
Organizes, coordinates, facilitates a wide variety of meetings, workshops, presentations, activities and events to develop partnerships between families and schools.
May provide parent awareness in expectations of students, committees within the school and other programs assists families with information on other community services, assisting students and their families in accessing the resources, community services, and enrichment activities.
May facilitate plan, develop and/or implement programs and services.
May work closely with and develop referral systems to promote a continuum of services.
Facilitates and coordinates various support services to students and/or families and related programs.
May function as a member of a family support team, promoting development of needed services at the home school and feeder schools.
Utilizes district/school supports to communicate effectively with families.
May conduct home visit meetings as necessary and reports and/or makes referrals as necessary.
May provide and/or arrange for transportation for students and/or families as needed.
May arrange translation for bilingual and monolingual students and families as needed.
May facilitate appropriate/respective application process by assisting families/students with all necessary forms and maintains continuity of the application process.
May obtain and maintain records, reports, and data and any and all necessary documentation according to federal and state regulations.
Maintains strict confidentiality of client information.
May help school communities assess and evaluate appropriate services.
May maintain financial records and assure compliance with APS/grant financial guidelines.
Maintains computer database with client information and other client information.
Collects, prepares and maintains appropriate paperwork for confidential permanent and working files and provides reports as necessary.
Prepares and maintains various records
May function as a member of a cluster support team.
Documents all program correspondence and completes all necessary paperwork.
May implement and facilitate activities to improve students' educational, vocational, psychological, social and independent living skills.
May assist students in obtaining appropriate adult agency connections.
May serve as initial contact person for students' programs.
Participates in workshops and conferences as requested by immediate supervisor and or district
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND EXPERIENCE:
Bilingual in Spanish
Effective communication skills, both verbal and written.
Flexibility, organization, decision making and problem solving skills.
Interpersonal skills with diverse populations in-person and on the telephone.
Knowledge of APS community, computer system, financial and legal requirements.
Ability to meet deadlines, work on multiple projects and coordinate the work of others.
Knowledge of District policies on immunization, medication, first aid, emergencies safety and child abuse/neglect.
Ability to advocate for students and follow through with implementation.
Ability to collect and maintain accurate records, and give standardized and non-standardized assessments.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Participation in on-going staff business and training program within the department.
Valid New Mexico driver's license and liability insurance.
Licensure based on State Department of Education Regulation No. 90-5
Contact: Phyllis Muhovich at / Phyllis.Muhovich@aps.edu
SALARY:Minimum hourly start $11.58
Administrative Support Coordinator I/ Educational Opportunity Pr
CSU Job Listing Details
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Job ID: 2018-00134
Administrative Support Coordinator I/ Educational Opportunity Pr
March 7, 2018
Open until filled
Link to Apply Online:
Campus Employment Homepage:
Employment Status: Full-time, probationary "non-exempt" position.
Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
First Review Deadline: Applications will be reviewed beginning March 21, 2018.
About the Department
The mission of the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) program is to provide access to higher education for historically low-income, first generation disadvantaged students who have the potential to succeed at the university level. EOP recruits, retains and graduates students by providing a comprehensive program of support services which include admission, academic advisement, career and personal counseling, tutoring, financial assistance and graduate school information.
Under the general direction of the Director of the Educational Opportunity Program, the incumbent will provide administrative and program support.
Responsible for all timekeeper and absence management duties and reconciling employee leave balances; preparing travel arrangements and processing travel expense claims and reimbursements for the office staff in a timely manner.
Perform administrative support functions for the department Director, Assistant Director and professional staff, including preparing correspondence; maintaining documentation for projects; making recommendations related to operational and procedural matters; preparing reports and other ad hoc duties as needed.
Serves as the primary point of contact at the front desk of the EOP office and is responsible for managing a large volume of appointments, calendars and meetings.
Screen and route calls and visitors and provide information to students, faculty, staff and public regarding department programs and functions.
Assist with tracking data; preparing files; filing miscellaneous student information; provide support for coordination of events and direct mail campaigns; process duplicating requests; ordering, managing and tracking inventory of office supplies; manage electronic filing systems that allow for easy retrieval of materials by staff; and maintaining promotional outreach items.
Other duties as assigned.
High school program, technical/vocational program, or their equivalents combined with three years of related office work experience.
Strong background in multi-tasking and organizing.
Strong interpersonal skills along with the ability to work cooperatively with a diverse group of campus and community partners.
Thorough knowledge of correct English, grammar, spelling, and punctuation and be able to clearly communicate orally and in writing.
Thorough knowledge of office methods, procedures and practices.
Ability to coordinate many different tasks, determine the relative importance of each, set deadlines and complete projects accordingly.
Ability to identify and solve standard problems and refer more complex problems to appropriate staff.
Ability to handle a busy multi-line telephone system.
Ability to learn and independently interpret and apply a variety of academic and organizational policies and procedures.
Ability to apply judgment, discretion and initiative in performing complex administrative work for a variety of programs or projects.
Ability to organize and maintain complex records and files; screen mail, telephone calls and visitors; ability to project needs for office equipment and supplies.
Ability to do arithmetic computations when required.
Ability to use a PC computer and online calendar scheduling program electronic mail, Internet, and general office equipment.
Possess the equivalent to five years of progressively responsible clerical office experience.
The ability to use word processing and spreadsheet programs with working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and Publisher).
Bilingual abilities are a plus.
Experience with PeopleSoft.
Experience working with university student support service programs.
Prefer applicants have working knowledge of university budget and payroll policies and procedures.
Knowledge of State and Foundation procedures.
Experience with Microsoft Outlook calendaring.
A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position.
The person holding this position is considered a `mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
California State University, San Bernardino is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status.
This position may be "Designated" under California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. This would require the filing of a Statement of Economic Interest on an annual basis and the completion of training within 6 months of assuming office and every 2 years thereafter. Visit the Human Resources Conflict of Interest webpage link for additional information: http://hrd.csusb.edu/conflictInterest.html
This position adheres to CSU policies against Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Violence, including Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking. This requires completion of Sexual Violence Prevention Training within 6 months of assuming employment and on a two-year basis thereafter. (Executive Order 1096).
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