The After School teacher works with the director of the program to supervise students. He/she/they is responsible for knowing the whereabouts of each student in his/her/their charge at all times during duty hours. In this role, the teacher ensures children's safety, manages children's behavior using the Agreement System, and acts as a role model and mentor. The teacher should be patient, enthusiastic, self-controlled, and dependable.
- Be a mature and responsible person
- Have first aid, CPR, AED training and certificate
- Have online Mandated Reporter training and certificate
- Pass the Live Scan test
- Check-in with After School Director regarding students and daily schedule
- Supervise students
- Coordinate activities and games for the students
- Prepare afternoon snack for the children
- Check students into the program
- Recognize and respond effectively to emergencies
- Work one-on-one with children who are having difficulty participating in the program
- Use the Agreement System
- Handles questions, problems, and concerns of parents/guardians
- Conduct the Afternoon Meeting
- Coordinate daily cleanup of the Big Room and yards
- Remain visible and accessible to other staff members and students
- Other duties as needed
3:00 to 6:00PM (Wednesdays 2:00 to 6:00PM)
$16 to $22 per hour (Depending on experience)
Synergy School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values workplace diversity. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, political affiliation, age, religion, creed, national origin, disability, ancestry, ethnicity, marital status, parental status, domestic partner status, veteran status, medical condition (cancer-related), or the conditions Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and AIDS-related conditions or other non-merit factors or any category provided by ordinance.
The Synergy Schoolstands as our guide for interactions with students. Employees are expected to follow the agreements with regards to respect and safe space, which includes tone of voice, language, and physical interactions that are deemed aggressive or sexual. If an interaction between a staff member and student is inappropriate, another member of the cooperative will be brought in to facilitate a conversation to process the incident.