Description

Organization: Asian Association of Utah
Sunnyvale Teen Afterschool Program Instructor Job Posting

Asian Association of Utah (AAU) dba Refugee and Immigrant Center seeks to hire an Afterschool Instructor in the following specific areas - Teen Afterschool Instructors at Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center (585 W 3900 S, SLC, UT)
Posting Date: February 10th, 2020
Department: Youth and Family Services
Classification: Part time, Exempt
Location: Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center (SNC) - 585 W 3900 S SLC, UT

Position Description
Under the direction of the Afterschool Program Supervisor, the Afterschool Instructor is responsible for directing the afterschool programming that takes place at the afterschool site. The programming includes carrying out academic assistance, teaching social skills based curriculum and other appropriate programming according to the position requirements. The Afterschool Instructor will ultimately be responsible for fulfilling all program requirements.

Schedule
Position is open and ready to fill ASAP. A minimum of 16 (maximum 20 hrs per week) hours a week will be spent carrying out programming. The schedule of the position is: 2:45 – 6:15 pm M-F. Occasional variations from the typical schedule take place for field trips and other extracurricular activities.

Potential Summer school employment opportunities available during summer; schedule will change and Summer positions will be announced in the Spring of each year.

Under the direction of the site supervisor the Afterschool Instructor will be allowed to use additional hours to carry out other program/grant responsibilities. Non-programming hours will be directed to administrative work including lesson planning, collecting grant data, and grant reporting.

Responsibilities
• Coordinate and execute all activities in the After school programming which includes but is not limited to carrying out homework help, programming (planned lessons), and any other field trips or partnership activities
• Collaborate with other afterschool staff in completing all grant objectives
• Planning alternate activities for homework time (for kids who do not have homework or have finished homework)
• Keeping grant requirements and objectives up to date and organized – maintaining a consistent average daily attendance, recruiting new students, reporting, etc.
• Collaborate in completing grant reporting
• Completing other assigned tasks as needed
Other Considerations:
- bilingual individuals who speak refugee specific languages given preference
- teaching experience and/or degree/coursework in education
- experience with refugees and diverse populations
- must have own transportation/valid driver's license for position – part of the position responsibilities is to assist in providing transportation home for the youth in afterschool programming
- must pass background check
- position is for school year only; summer employment opportunities with AAU a possibility

Compensation
• $12-15/hr DOE
• No health/medical benefits offered for PT positions
• Vacation and Sick time pro-rated by total hours worked per pay period
Job Type: Part-time

Application Questions
• Are you willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations?
• Are you authorized to work in the following country: United States?

Application Instructions
Email resume and cover letter

Job Details

Open Date: 02-10-2020
Close Date: 02-24-2020
Pay Rate: $12-15/hr DOE
Job Status: Part Time
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Contact

Frost, Peter
Salt Lake City
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