JEVS Human Services is hiring for an experienced teaching professional interested in working with at-risk youth in our community. As the Academic Facilitator you will work with participants of our youth programs to ensure their academic and career success. You will be responsible for the assessment, instruction, and learning process of youth in support of their goals.
Your day to day will include:
Administer academic and career assessments; determine appropriate learning plans for each youth, incorporating multiple sources of academic content
Oversee the instruction, self-driven learning, and individualized academic plans geared at obtaining high school equivalency certification (GED, HISET,etc.), industry-recognized credentials and post-secondary education
Meet with youth individually and in groups to create actionable plans to achieve their goals
Develop lessons, workshops, and other content related to youth academic plans
Facilitate the grading and review of course assignments
Coordinate volunteer tutors
Other responsibilities as they relate to youth services and related department goals
Bachelor's degree in sociology, social welfare, education or another behavioral science required; Master's degree preferred
5+ years of experience working with high school students and at risk youth, preferred
Experience tutoring or teaching preferred
Experience with developing personalized learning plans, including online learning and project based learning
Experience in preparing and conducting workshops and training sessions
Computer skills and experience with databases; speed, proficiency and accuracy in use of Microsoft Office Suite, and ability to pass a computer competency test are required.
Must have own transportation
Flexible workweek hours required; some early evening and weekend work required
Qualified individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply; reasonable accommodations will be provided.
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