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.
$8-10/hour(for college students) or DOE.
If interested, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Pay range is $12-14 per hour depending on experience and education.
To apply please email your resume to email@example.comMission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility.
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
-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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.