• Need Tutors (Math/ English)


    After School Part Time Tutor (ENGLISH / MATH) JEI Learning- Union City, is looking for enthusiastic Math and English tutors who have the ability to tutor Math, English, Reading and Writing to K-8 students.

    This is a part time position (4-8 hrs per week). We are looking for teachers to teach after-school hours (tentative schedule will be between 3:30-6:30pm). Apart from teaching, the tutor will be required to grade books and help with some administrative tasks related to the students.
    Some college or Graduate degree
    Should be positive and enthusiastic about teaching (a must!)
    Commitment to the length of the program -at least 1 year
    Excellent communication skills
    Ability to provide feedback to parents and be punctual
    Academic support and homework help
    We Offer:
    Prepared Lesson plans
    Programs and resources developed by educators
    A fun and rewarding environment
    Small class sizes (no more than 6 students) at one time.


    $8-10/hour(for college students) or DOE.

    If interested, send your resume to unioncity@jeilearning.com

    Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility. 
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  • Child Care Teacher


    The Fremont/Newark YMCA is looking for enthusiastic, kid loving, part-time School-Age Child Care Teachers to work at one of our licensed child care sites located on local school campuses. Morning shifts between 7am-12pm and afternoon shifts between 2pm- 6pm Monday through Friday (1pm-6pm on Wednesday s) are available.

    The positions are responsible for helping to maintain a safe, clean before/after school site during the school year and a full day program during the summer; ensuring a high level of program quality and working to establish a positive relationship with all program participants and their families. These staff will provide a positive role model to children within the philosophy of YMCA standards and expectations with emphasis on our character counts philosophy. 

    Administrative Duties
    - Curriculum planning and implementation.
    - Maintaining a clean and organized facility.
    - Build positive relationships with kids, parents, and school personnel.

    This positions requires a commitment to the YMCA mission and its core values of: caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility as well as a commitment to building developmental assets in youth. Additionally, the YMCA values diversity, youth, and a broad vision of health and wellness which is enhanced by relationship building.

    Fully Qualified Teachers must have a minimum of 12 semester units (16 quarter units) in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or a related field (e.g., recreation, psychology, education, sociology, etc). Previous experience working or volunteering in any child or youth development program is required.

    It is the responsibility of the staff upon being hired to provide a health screening and a negative TB test before being allowed to work with youth as well as passing state licensing fingerprint clearance.Also, if hired staff are responsible to get certified in Pediatric CPR and First Aid within 90 days of hire.

    Minimum age of 18.


    Pay range is $12-14 per hour depending on experience and education.

    To apply please email your resume to fnychildcare@gmail.com

    Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility. 
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  • Direct Support Staff in the Living Service Department


    Hours: 20-40 hours per week

    Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN) is a nonprofit organization. FCSN Living Services is seeking an energetic, patient, detail-oriented, and reliable direct support staff. The position is responsible for providing independent living skill, training, care-giving and supervision to the developmentally disabled adults. Work locations in Fremont and/or San Jose area.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    -Implements independent living skill curriculum in the areas of healthy and balanced meals, money management, household maintenance chores, optimal health, social/leisure activities, self advocacy, mobility training, etc.

    -Provides close supervision and training to participants

    -Engaging and motivating participants in learning, practicing and progressing

    -Maintain a safe and clean living environment of participants. Minimizes health, safety and any other risks to the wellbeing of participants

    -Drives participants for grocery shopping, activities, doctor appointments, Special Olympic practices or leisure destinations

    -Maintains a supportive and professional relationship with participants and their families.

    -Documents participants’ activities, medication intake and progress in the daily and medication logs

    -Submits complete and accurate monthly participant updates to Case Manager in a time manner

    -Completes semi-annual and annual evaluation reports of participants

    -Be compliant with HIPPA regulations

    -Minimizes health, safety and any other risks to the well being of participants

    -Performs first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and other emergency services (e.g. evacuation during a fire) as appropriate to the needs of participants

    -Attends staff meetings and trainings

    -Lifts and transfers participants as necessary; assists participants with transfers in and out of wheelchairs and safely transfers participants in case of an emergency

    -Prepares special incident and adult dependent abuse reports as necessary

    -Communicates effectively and proactively with the case manager with regard to participant issues including situations when a participant becomes a danger to self or others, there is a sudden illness or their non-aversive behavioral plan cannot be implemented as agreed upon 

    Minimum Qualifications:

    -Has high energy, professionalism and integrity

    -Has High school diploma or GED plus one year of experience working with the developmentally disabled. Possesses an undergraduate degree in the related field would be preferred.

    -Good living habits, no smoking, pass drug testing

    -Be fluent in oral and written English

    -Must have transportation and clean/good driving records

    -Bi-lingual (in Spanish, Mandarin or American Sign Language) candidate are highly encouraged to apply

    For consideration, please send resume and cover letter to: FCSN Human Resources Department,

    2300 Peralta Blvd., Fremont, CA 94536; fax (510) 225-1328 or e-mail hrfcsn@yahoo.com

     Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility. 
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  • Teacher Assistant


    Job Title:       Teacher Assistant

    Reports To:  Lead Teacher

    Department: Infant/Toddler, Preschool, Afterschool and Enrichment

    Summary: To assist the teacher and help provide a well-organized, smooth functioning class environment in which infant/toddler are well care for and the preschool children are provided, as a minimum, the curriculum as outlined on the Individual Education Plan.

    Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

    1.       Assist teacher with academic/behavioral instruction when appropriate

    2.       Help teacher prepare classroom materials to go with lesson plans

    3.       Assist with supervision of students outside the classroom such as: assemblies, play periods, and field trips

    4.       Monitor and assist with meals/snacks and wash soiled dishes, materials.

    5.       Assist with charting and documentation of education/behavioral programs

    6.       Maintain a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality

    7.       Performs other duties as assigned by the teacher


    Oral Communication Skills                                 Organization

    Written Communication Skills                            Planning

    Interpersonal Communication Skills                   Professionalism

    Family/Child relations                                         Reading Skills

    Diplomacy                                                          Time Management

    Math/Reading Skills                                           Listening Skills

    Education/Experience:Bachelors Degree or minimum of 24 ECE units.  Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience in a child care environment required.

    Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility. 
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  • Associate Teacher

    Definition: The Associate Teacher assists the Teacher, Master Teacher, or Center Director and assumes responsibility for general supervision, development and education of children.
    Reports To: The Master Teacher or Center Director.
    Position Supervises: Teacher Aide, Teacher Assistant, Substitute Teacher and Classroom Volunteers.
    Essential Functions:
    1. Assists in planning, preparing and implementing daily program.
    2. Assists in planning and preparing the learning environment, and preparing needed materials and supplies.
    3. Performs primary care giving responsibilities.
    4. Desired Results Process.
    5. Assists in maintaining the environment in a clean, safe manner.
    6. Assumes responsibility for regular parent communication, including parent conferences and chatters.
    7. Supervises Teacher Aides, Substitute Teachers and Volunteers as requested.
    8. Assumes responsibilities in absence of Teacher, Master Teacher, or Center Director.
    9. Assumes general responsibility for health, safety, and well-being of all children in the agency.
    10. Prepares written reports as directed.
    11. Attends meetings as requested.
    12. Participates in activities that further own professional growth.
    13. Maintains confidentiality of children, families and employees.
    14. Works as a member of the agency team by promoting the mission and philosophy of the organization.
    15. Greets children, parents, staff, and guests as needed.
    16. Assists other centers when requested.
    17. All other duties as assigned by Master Teacher or Center Director.
    -Possess an Associate Teacher Permit.
    -1 year prior experience in working with young children preferred.
    -Hold a current and valid Pediatric First Aide/CPR, Health and Safety (EMSA) certification within 3 months of employment and maintain the certificates current by the standards of the issuing organization during the course of employment with Kidango.
    -Must have 3 Infant/Toddler units to be an Infant/Toddler Associate Teacher
    -Complete three hours of training in Infectious Disease Prevention within three months of employment.
    -Able to lift 30 pounds chest high.
    -High school graduate or equivalent.
    -Must be 18 years or older.
    Other Requirements:
    Pass health and TB screening and Department of Justice fingerprint clearance.
    Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace
    Full Time (40 hrs)/Non-Exempt
    Salary Grade 3
    $13.23 per hour
     Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility. 
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