Openings as of 12/11/2018Student Support Services
CLASSIFIED (SUPPORT) OPPORTUNITY FOR 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR:
BHS Administrative Assistant: Extended Learning Coordinator QUALIFICATIONS: Good Organization
Strong Relationship Skills
Computer proficiency required
Administrative Assistant training and experience preferred
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Excellent problem solving and thinking skills
Proficiency in some basic accounting skills preferred
Self Directed Worker
REPORTS TO: High School Principal
LENGTH OF SERVICE: To work 7.5 hours a day, nine months per year. Salary and benefits to be determined by the Board of Education.
JOB SUMMARY The Extended Learning Coordinator oversees various components of College/Career pathways. This position coordinates the operation of the secondary (grades 9-12) Online Courses, College Course Connections and Boone EDGE. This position will supervise students, oversee online learning, and provide data and reports required to track students’ progress. In addition, the Extended Learning Coordinator will meet with counselors, advisors and parents in support of the students’ academic success.
REPORTS TO AND EVALUATED BY: High School Principal
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervise students participating in Online Learning.
Provide information to potential students and parents about Edmentum or Iowa Learning Online.
Keep staff informed as to options available for students needing Edmentum.
Answer email and phone questions and inquiries related to student services available through Edmentum or Iowa Learning Online.
Handle registration and enrollment of students in Edmentum and Iowa Learning Online database and creating student accounts.
Create required documentation, i.e., folders and paperwork, for all students
Track students’ progress and record grades for completed coursework; determine which students need additional support services and which need to exit from the program.
Prepare reports for submission to the building principal, counselors.
Analyze student data and make recommendations for student program modifications as necessary. Communicate and/or meet with counselors and parents as needed
Maintain good communications and relationships with students.
Coordinates a variety of events and programs (e.g. student assessments, classroom presentations, career fairs; college visits; field trips, student placement and follow up, teacher and counselor in-services, self esteem programs, etc.) for the purpose of supporting the smooth transition from middle school to high school to post-secondary training and/or employment.
Evaluates program success for the purpose of modifying and/or enhancing program structure; and meeting mandated requirements. Maintains liaisons with post -secondary institutions, employers, community leaders and organizations for the purpose of building resources and expanding program opportunities for eligible students.
Participates in a variety of meetings, workshops and committees (e.g. community organization, Advisory Committee, district inservice, etc.) for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions and remaining knowledgeable of program guidelines.
Prepares a wide variety of manual and electronic reports and materials (e.g. program mandated and funding reports, brochures, mailers, etc.) for the purpose of communicating with staff, students and community, and complying with program requirements.
Builds relationships with Boone businesses and the opportunities for internships, apprenticeship and projects.
Develops necessary document, databases, spreadsheets, letters, and memos for the school-to-work program.
Presents information to classes about job shadowing, internships, and work experience.
Interviews and prepares students prior to sending them to job sites.
Visits and monitors students at their job sites.
Recruits classroom speakers for the transition classes at the high school.
Coordinates with business on evaluation of student interns.
Proficient in the use of technology; experience in problem solving or troubleshooting basic technology problems preferred.
Prior experience working with secondary students preferred.
Ability to assume responsibility and carry out assignments with little supervision in a dependable and timely manner.
Demonstrated ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with a diverse clientele.
Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing.
Ability to remain calm and professional in stressful situations.
The above are the primary responsibilities. Additional duties in support of District needs will include those assigned by the high school principal and/or superintendent.
Internal applications are now accepted online only. Please visit the BCSD website and select the personnel tab. Under the personnel tab please click on the Talent Ed logo to begin the application process. You may also go directly to Talent Ed to apply at: https://boone.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.