Organization: Asian Association of Utah
Asian Association of Utah (AAU)
Afterschool Instructor Positions
Date: June 21, 2021 Department: Youth and Family Services
Classifications: Part-time, Exempt
Available Positions/Schedule
 After School Instructor – Sunnyvale Elementary Program
o M-F; 3:30 PM – 7:30 PM
 Lead After School Instructor – Sunnyvale Teen Program
o M-F; 2:45 PM – 6:30 PM
 After School Instructor – Sunnyvale Teen Program
o M-F; 2:45 PM – 6:30 PM
 After School Instructor – Evergreen Jr. High
o M-F; 2:15 PM – 6:15 PM
 After School Instructor – Olympus High School
o M-F; 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Job Sites
 Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center (Elementary and Teen); 585 W 3900 S, Millcreek UT
 Evergreen Jr High; 3401 S 200 E, SLC, UT 84109
 Olympus High School; 4055 S 2300 E, Holladay, UT 84124
Position Purpose
The Asian Association of Utah (AAU) Afterschool Positions are responsible for working with another afterschool staff in carrying out after school programming that takes place at the program site they are assigned. The staff will be assigned one site for the duration of the school year. The program includes carrying out academic assistance, sexual health education (curriculum based) and other appropriate programming. The staff will work closely with the other facilitate and run all parts of the program. Data collection, reporting, and other responsibilities will be assigned outside of normal programming hours.
Position will start August 1st, 2021. 20-25 hours a week will be spent carrying out programming that will run from at the above listed hours during the regular school year (No Summer Program). Non-programming hours will be directed to administrative work including lesson planning, collecting grant data, and grant reporting. Position will end June 15th, 2022 and restart in August 1st 2022. A part-time position June 15 – August 1st could be available in a separate AAU department.
 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; the focus of this year is teaching comprehensive sexual health
 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, performing home/parent visits, etc.
 Collaborate in completing grant reporting (recording data, analyzing data and writing brief reports)
 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 have at least 2 years of driving experience
- must pass background check
- position is for school year only; summer employment opportunities with AAU a possibility
 $13-16/hr DOE
 No health/medical benefits offered for PT positions
 Prorated paid time off and paid holiday schedule offered
Job Type: Part-time
Application Questions
 Are you wil

Job Details

Open Date: 07-13-2021
Close Date: 08-05-2021
Pay Rate: $13-16/hr
Job Status: Part Time
PDF of Job Description: Download file


Frost, Peter
Salt Lake City