Job Posting Description, Empowerment Zone Elementary Intervention Apprentice
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Human Resources Department
215 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (4th Floor)
South Bend, IN 46601
574-393-6000
staffing@sbcsc.k12.in.us
 
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Empowerment Zone
 
Application Open: 03/25/2021, Filing Deadline: (none)
 
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125 Empowerment Zone Elem Intervention Apprentice-2021

POSITION TITLE: Empowerment Zone Elementary Intervention Apprentice

POSITION SUMMARY:

In the Empowerment Zone, we are a team passionate and focused on making real transformation in our schools on the West Side of South Bend, Indiana. We are working in service to our students; 41% who are African-American/Black, 39% who are Latino, and 78% who receive free/reduced lunch. Elementary Intervention Apprentices will be critical to us providing every child in the Empowerment Zone with an education that “cultivates the greatness that exists within each child to confidently pursue their dreams in our city, nation, and world.” Intervention teachers will support the acceleration of learning for children who are struggling in literacy and/or math through targeted instruction focused on student needs. Next year, we commit to provide intervention/enrichment to all children during a whole school intervention block. We also commit to provide targeted intervention to every child who is below grade level in reading and math. We are seeking Elementary Intervention Apprentices who are interested in helping us accomplish our vision and mission:

Our Vision

We are a system of schools that eliminates academic and social-emotional opportunity gaps and cultivates the greatness that exists within each child to confidently pursue their dreams in our city, nation, and world.

Our Mission

We nurture the mind, body, and spirit of each child by embracing equity, learning, and change for students, staff, and families. We harness the power of community and relationships to ignite transformation.

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Principal

SCHOOL HOURS: Student attendance hours are from 8am-3:30pm, M-F; Intervention Apprentice work hours are from 7:30am-4:00pm, M-F

COMPENSATION: 10 month position (w/benefits) of up to $20.00/hour (2-3 weeks of paid summer training is required); Intervention Apprentices will also be eligible for a performance bonus

AVAILABLE: 2021-2022 School Year

DUTIES:

In the Empowerment Zone, elementary intervention apprentices will:

Instruction & Supervision

? Provide intervention to elementary students in literacy and/or math, using data decision-rules on student selection to determine intervention plan

? Organize and provide small group intervention to students as part of each school’s enrichment and intervention model

? Hold high expectations for students and what they can accomplish

? Provide student supervision ensuring student safety

Culture/Team

? Provide a responsive intervention environment that speaks value to our students, including implementing trauma-sensitive strategies

? Collaborate with school colleagues to plan, assess, and continuously improve instruction by accomplishing school-specific goals focused on continuous improvement

? Embrace professional learning and growth opportunities and contribute to a healthy team/school culture grounded in collaboration, high expectations, and support

? Examine their own biases and guard against unexamined biases that filter into harmful practices, low expectations for students, and a deficit view of students and families ? Engage in Empowerment Zone-wide conversations and reflections about race, class, and education

Family Partnership

? Intentionally build/develop relationships with students and their families

? Partner with families to support students & regularly communicate student progress to families.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Required Qualifications:

  • High school diploma, some college is ideal
  • Ability to quickly learn new concepts and strategies
  • Willingness engage in professional learning and receive regular feedback on work
  • Deep commitment to our students and community
  • Ability or organize work and ensure follow through of scheduling and delivering high-quality small group literacy and/or math supports
  • Passion for ensuring that our schools better meet the needs of our children

Additional Qualifications and Training Preferred:

  • Reading Endorsement, Math Endorsement
  • Reading Recovery training, Wilson Fundations training, SIPPS, and other literacy training
  • Math intervention training
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