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    After School Instructor

    Title: After School Instructor
    Reports to: Program Manager, GPS
    Employment Type: Part-time, Mode of work: In-person (no remote work)
    Work Location: Miami-Dade County
    Salary Range: $13.00/hr (non- negotiable)

    Position Summary 

    This position is responsible for providing program support to the Site Coordinator in ensuring that the work of the GPS program including logistical and communication support to coordinate program business, administrative matters and to provide direct instruction, supervision, care and support of children served in program. GPS Instructor services include: facilitating session outreach and resource development including linking clients to appropriate support services as directed by the Site Coordinator.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    • Direct instruction of children/youth, with each site location needing one of the following specialty areas: reading, social skills, physical education, arts
    • Assessment testing of students within assigned specialty area (pre-, mid-, post)
    • Create a positive, enriching academic environment for the children
    • Assist and engage children with completion of the daily school homework and attendance
    • Creative and works independently with the children
    • Make sure the children’s nutritional needs are met through the daily snack (or lunch/snack during longer program day.)
    • Follow the daily activity schedule set by the Site Supervisor
    • Model and reinforce the washing of hands and cleanliness, especially before meals/snacks and after using the bathroom
    • Demonstrate respect for parents at all times and invite them to join in regular program activities and special parent events
    • Maintain a clean suitable/safe area for the children
    • Attend staff trainings outside of program hours to improve professional skills and enhance the program activities
    • Assist children in the use of educational computer lab
    • Participate in agency meetings, in-service trainings and workshops as deemed appropriate.
    • Perform other Duties as necessary

    Qualifications and Competencies 

    • Bilingual (Creole or Spanish); Read and writes well in English
    • Preferred A.A. or Degree in Education or High school student graduate
    • Available to work the required program hours
    • Reliable personal transportation and personal cellular phone
    • Demonstrated experience working with children in K-8th
    • Positive response to criminal background check (fingerprint)
    • Basic Computer skills
    • Must obtain a Florida Child Care Professional Certificate

    Compensation 

    Gang Alternative, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity employer. Personnel are chosen on the basis of ability without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, marital status or sexual orientation, in accordance with federal and state law.

    HIPPA

    This position shall have access to information in a personnel and client’s record only to the extent that such information is required to carry out job duties. Any information obtained will only be used by or disclosed to those who have a need to know to ensure the provision of quality client care. Staff and client information’s is to be held strictly confidential.

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