We are looking for individuals with experience working with children: toddlers (16 months) to school-age (8th graders). This is a temporary position through Saint Paul Public Schools Office of Family Engagement and Community Partnerships.
Hourly pay Rate: $11.50/hour
Hours available: 4 hours maximum per class (various classes available)
Hours worked: 5:00pm – 9:00pm (approximate)
Possible days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday
(you may work one, two, three, or all evenings!)
Position: Temporary Childcare staff (Children’s Learning Academy)
Duration: September 2013 – June 2014
> To be actively engaged with children’s learning and activities.
> Provide a structured environment with academic focus to promote learning.
> Provide and ensure the safety of children and staff.
> Provide a safe, warm and welcoming environment for parents and families.
> Maintain accurate child check-in/out system with parents/guardians.
> Age 18 or older
> Reliable transportation
> Experience working with children ages toddler (16 months) to school-age (8th graders) in a structured school or childcare setting
> Complete all required new hire paperwork (including background check) and media release.
> Complete mandatory online training and in-person orientation
> Preferred certification in infant/child CPR and first aid training
> Preferred experience with lesson planning, special needs students, and students with behavioral concerns
There are positions available throughout the 2013-2014 school year.
For more information, visit here: www.spps.org
We are hiring for Unit Lead & Youth Workers!
Unit Lead Information
– Part Time 20-30 hrs. per week. Sample Schedule: M-Th 11am-5pm, F 11am-3pm
– September- May
The Unit lead wears many hats at our Beacon. They are a coach and mentor to youth workers, they are a resource for youth, and a representative of our Beacon to families, school and community members. Unit leads keep the program running smoothly by helping prepare schedules, maintaining group rosters, supporting youth workers with ideas, resources and behavior support. Unit leads must be flexible, organized, creative and a good leader. Each Unit Lead is responsible for a different age Unit: K-2nd grade, 3-5th grade
Here are some of the primary responsibilities:
1. Create, distribute and file youth registration forms.
2. General clerical responsibilities, including but not limited to faxing, filing, copying, and data entry.
3. Help keep the office space neat and tidy.
4. Partner with community partners, Beacons staff and school staff to support events and daily program needs.
6. Answer telephone and answer questions or take messages.
5. Interact and maintain positive relationships with community partners, volunteers, Beacons staff, families, youth, school and district staff.
7. Create and modify documents using Microsoft Office (Word, Access, Excel, Publisher)
8. Run weekly meetings with Unit team to provide updates, plan events, troubleshoot issues, and maintain a supportive network of staff.
9. Support Program staff with behavior issues, planning and projects.
10. Act as a coach to Program staff and youth staff members.
11. Other duties as assigned.
Youth Worker Information
– Part time 15-25 hrs per week. Sample Schedule: M-Th 12pm-5pm
Program staff are the heart of our Beacon. Youth workers are mentors, role models, allies and educators. They run the groups and keep the youth engaged and having fun. We encourage people to apply who have specialized skills that they can teach the youth (like dance, music, computer skills, art…you name it)! You don’t have to have a special skill to work with us, as long as you are invested the success of young people, Beacons could be the place for you! Our groups are split between two units: K-2nd grade and 3-5th grade. Current positions are for 1-2nd and 3rd-5th grade units!
Here are some of the primary responsibilities:
1. Plan and run your own group of 10-15 kids during program (Monday-Thursday, 1-5pm)
2. Answer telephone and answer questions or take messages.
3. Interact and maintain positive relationships with community partners, volunteers, Beacons staff, families, youth, school and district staff.
4. Deliver programming based on positive youth development principles and the YMCA’s Four Core Values (Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility)
5. Make sure that the center is kept clean and organized.
6. Be a part of an ongoing process with youth and your colleagues to build and develop your skills as a youth worker.
7. Work as a team with your unit and center cohesively.
8. Implement a curriculum (as an individual / assigned) with an objective for young people.
9. Support program with general administrative responsibilities like taking attendance, giving surveys and some data entry.
10. Provide a fun and safe enjoyable experience to all program participants and partners/staff.
Interested persons can apply on the Sheridan Beacons Blog under “work for us”-which will take them to the YMCA hiring site:
Any questions or interested person can also call me at 612-331-9160
Enjoy kids? Interested in part-time work or substitute positions?
Minneapolis Kids Child Care Assistant positions are:
➤ Usually 3-4 hour shifts after school
➤ Afternoons between 1:30-6:00 pm, Monday-Friday
➤ Pay is $12.42/hour
➤ Summer & School Year positions available
Candidates must provide an official transcript showing 60 semester or 90 quarter college credits and must successfully pass a criminal background check.
➤ Age 18+
➤ Pass criminal background check
➤Obtain CPR and first-aid certification within first 90 days
➤ Maintain in-service training hours
➤ Prior experience with children a plus
➤ Enjoy children
➤ Energetic, enthusiastic
➤ Reliable, dependable
➤ Flexible, able to multi-task
➤ Creative, good problem-solver
➤ Connect school day to after school hours
Community Advocate Position!
Tubman’s philosophy is rooted in our namesake, Harriet. Facing unrelenting adversities, she advised others to simply, “Keep going…” Tubman lights the way to hope for over 60,000 people each year with a continuum of services based on decades of research and expertise, and encourages social justice through information. Tubman provides safe shelter, legal services, mental and chemical health counseling, elder care resources, youth programming, and community education.
The Community Advocate is responsible for providing crisis intervention, supportive counseling, information, and referral services to individuals who call or walk into Tubman.
1. Make a difference in community members’ lives by providing support and a valuable bridge to resources and supportive services.
2. Provide immediate response to people in crisis.
1. Become familiar with the wide range of resources in our communities.
2. Gain experience in providing supportive counseling in response to a wide range of presenting issues.
1. Attend Volunteer and Intern training series.
2. Assist individuals who call or walk in to Tubman in clarifying their issues and identifying possible alternatives and solutions to those issues.
3. Refer clients to Tubman programs or to other individuals, agencies, and organizations that can assist them with their concerns.
4. Honor all commitments, notifying staff in advance of absence or schedule conflicts.
1. Ability to work well under pressure and remain calm in response to crisis situations.
2. Excellent communication skills, including an ability and willingness to listen actively and respond appropriately to clients.
3. Ability to work and collaborate with a team.
4. Awareness of issues affecting our clients and their families.
5. Awareness of and respect for diversity.
6. Comfort with technology, including basic computer programs, internet research, and multiline phone systems.
The Community Advocate Volunteer or Intern is supervised by the Community Advocacy Coordinator and/or Community Services Coordinator.
Time Commitment Requirements:
Minimum of 150 hours, inclusive of training and volunteer in-service trainings.
• Commit to at least one shift per week. Days and times of available shifts are as follows:
o Tubman West (Mpls): Monday-Friday 8 am-12 pm, 12-4 pm, and 4-8 pm (no 4-8 pm shift on Friday).
o Chrysalis Center (Mpls): Monday-Thursday 9 am-1 pm, 1-5 pm; Friday 9 am-1 pm
o Tubman East (Maplewood): Monday-Wednesday 9 am-12 pm, 12-3 pm
• Attend two shadowing shifts (called “buddy shifts”), coordinated with the site supervisor. The first buddy shift takes place before training, and the second buddy shift takes place following training.
• Attend Community Advocacy meeting approximately every 6 weeks.
For an application, click here.
JOB TITLE: Member Advocate: Masters Degree Required
SUBSIDIARY: Clinical Operations
GradStaff is currently recruiting for a Member Advocate with a large mental health Insurance Company located in the Twin Cities.
This position performs advanced Advocate duties which include: performing the role of mentor to new Member Advocates; delivery of training and orientation; and performing auditory function as assigned by supervisor. This position is also responsible for representing the company to all inbound callers. The Advocacy tasks of this position are varied and often complex in nature and include:
(1) Service and process explanation,
(2) Benefit, eligibility and complex claim interpretation,
(3) Screening and referral functions, services callers and
(4) Follow-up and service satisfaction,
(5) Participant Education needs based on participant’s presenting problem/issues, and
(6) Access to care function.
This position services callers and problem-solves independently. Incumbents will Utilize Telephony, Web, and internal materials to achieve first time resolution for callers.
1. Representing the company to all inbound callers
2. Registers participants in the intake system and opens case files.
3. Assists participants with requests for services.
4. Educate participants with respect to parameters of services and benefits design.
5. Educate participants with respect to presenting issues.
6. Provides participants with names and phone numbers of nearest providers according to contract, specialty, and/or geographic need and fosters introductions between parties.
7. Responsible for meeting Quality Indicators, 90% or greater each month.
8. Communicates pertinent data to providers when necessary, and alerts providers to expect participants’ calls.
9. Completes ad hoc provider searches as needed and writes authorizations to insure claims are paid correctly.
10. Assists and supports care managers in the handling of crisis calls.
11. Provides follow-up calls to participants to assess level of services, PCP Coordination, alert to available web services, and completes outcomes follow-ups.
12. Completes service tracking and initiates the Concern, Complaint, Grievance (CCG) process.
13. Assists less seasoned Member Advocates as necessary.
14. Participates in auditing cases and/or acts as a point person for specific accounts.
15. Demonstrates a complete awareness and understanding of the responsibilities and workflows of the various departments within the site.
16. Participates in staff meetings and in-service seminars.
17. Completes additional tasks and projects as assigned.
• Masters degree in mental health field or psychology/social work related field preferred (special note: this educational level may be required by some customers as designated specifically within their contracted services).
• Previous Customer Service Experience or related position.
• Superb interpersonal communication and leadership skills.
• Two years of experience in a mental health, social service, or insurance setting preferred.
• Effective listening and organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks.
• Ability to type effectively; strong PC skills/word processing experience.
• Experience in a service-focused environment.
• Ability to maintain a professional and positive imagine to internal and external customers.
• Ability to take on additional tasks as assigned and still is productive and supportive to the team and the incoming volume.
• Ability to delineate complex service and benefit issues.
• Ability to judge severity of crisis and delegate to care manager’s staff when necessary.
• Ability to maintain a high level of working knowledge about customers and products.
• Ability to match educational materials to participant needs.
• Ability to recognize and follow up on complicated service issues.
• Coordinate services efficiently in order to meet the needs of our customers.
• Strong support to the Member Advocate Team on a day-to-day basis.
• Make sound decisions, based on their own judgment experience. Make sound business decisions based on the needs of the caller to insure appropriate referrals to services.
• Work as a team member within a larger group
• Attendance at staff meetings in which clinical and administrative issues are discussed
OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH:
• Company puts strong emphasis on internal career development
• Lead Member Advocate/Sr. Lead Member – responsible for new employee training
• Case Coordinator – acts as liaison between care management team and clients
• Care Manager (requires Master’s degree in Psychology)
• Account Reps, Wellness Coordinator Reps, Human Resources, and/or other positions wihin business structure
• Excellent opportunity for a Psychology graduate to use degree in a business setting
• Excellent benefits program, including medical, dental, vision, 401K and PTO
• Tuition reimbursement
Interested candidates can email their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
GradStaff is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants of all ages, experiences, and backgrounds to apply for open positions. GradStaff does not
discriminate on the basis an applicant’s age, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or status with regard to public assistance.
Title: Physical Education Specialist
Employment Status: Part-Time Year Long
Reports to: Program Director
Banyan Community is a Christian Community Development Organization that builds relationships and improves the lives of both youth and adults living in the Phillips neighborhood of South Minneapolis. Our programs are divided into three strategies: Develop Youth, Strengthen Families and Create Community.
Banyan has over fifteen years of experience in providing educational support for youth and families. Banyan functions as a community anchor as it helps families and children access resources and develops community. Academic and developmental asset building programs are provided for youth ages kindergarten through college.
– Able to work independently and with a team to take responsibility for a group of 20-30 elementary youth.
– Previous experience working with elementary youth.
– Previous experience working/living in an urban setting.
– Must be an active person; able to lift and carry 20Ibs up and down stairs, comfortable running or swimming as part of youth activities.
– Able to communicate effectively and interact respectfully with diverse groups of people.
– 21 years old or older, a valid MN driver’s license and a good driving record.
– Work with full-time Elementary Specialist to plan and lead weekly activities for K-5th Grade youth in Banyan’s After School Program.
– Leads and coordinates activities primarily in a gym setting.
– Assist staff with the preparation and distribution of a healthy snack, and clean up after programs.
– Build trust-based relationships with youth and help communicate with families during programs.
– Provide individual and group homework support for diverse learners in grades K-5 as needed.
– Drive 15-passenger van to drop-off students after programs.
– Meet with Banyan Supervisor and Elementary Specialist on a regular basis to: offer constructive feedback on programs, discern and work toward areas of ongoing personal growth and professional development, learn Banyan’s community development model, and learn best practices in community youth development.
– Special Consideration for applicants that possess a teaching license or a degree in a related field.
– Part-Time hourly wage (DOQ)
– Non-exempt employee, No benefits
– Must complete background check
– 20 hours a week
– 5 Days a week, Monday- Friday 2:45-6:45pm
– September 2013 – May 2014
– Paid Staff Development
– Required Staff Trainings (dates TBD)
To receive an application contact Sam Olson (Program Director) email@example.com
Interested in doing field research with preschool and elementary school children?
Do you have experience with child assessments?
Position Summary: SRI International, in collaboration with University of Minnesota and the US Department of Education, is looking for one temporary, part-time, bilingual research assistant to conduct assessments with preschool and elementary (preschool and K through 3rd grade) school children. The position is temporary, part-time. The applicant should have experience in conducting research and/or working with young children in preschool and elementary school settings, and must be fluent in Spanish in order to conduct a small number of the assessments with Spanish-speaking children.
Duties and Responsibilities:
– Participate in an orientation and training on collecting child assessment data (e.g., Card Sorting Battery, Woodcock Johnson Applied Letter-Word and Applied Problems subtests) on September 9, 2013.
– Conduct child assessments during the data collection period between October and November 2013.
– Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Education, Psychology, Social Work or other related field is preferred.
– Prior experience conducting research and/or working with young children.
– Experience in conducting preschool through 3rd grade child assessments preferred.
– Ability to work at least 15-20 hours per week.
– Reliable car, valid driver’s license or access to public.
– Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
– SRI is looking to hire an assessor who is located near Saint Paul Public Schools.
– Must be bilingual in Spanish and English.
How To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for an opportunity to work with athletes and gain experience in the sports industry? Check out our performance coach and sport management internship opportunities with Velocity Sports Performance:
Sports Performance Coach Internship
Sports Management Internship
Steady growth in our program portfolio has made these exciting positions available within the Office of Continuing Medical Education (OCME). OCME, a unit within the Medical School is an educational outreach component which helps develop and deliver certified activities for physicians and other healthcare professionals in alignment with the Medical School’s educational initiatives. Our services include accreditation consulting, program development, evaluation planning, registration processing, and meeting management services for a wide variety of live and online educational activities and initiatives. We currently have several openings for individuals who want to apply their skills and talents to contribute to the exciting field of continuing professional development. Our department’s mission is to serve as a change agent by helping design & deliver high quality, impactful education focused on improving the quality of patient care.
1) Education Coordinator (Requisition #185822)
This key administrative coordinator position will provide critical administrative support in alignment with the department’s mission and in compliance with the accreditation standards. This position will serve as a member of the support staff for the planning and delivery team for various educational activities.
Duties will include: project coordination; certification file compliance / data capture & reporting; administrative specialty functions / capacity building; other projects as assigned.
2) Education Specialist (PT or FT) (Full time Requisition #185814) (Part time Requisition # 185816)
We will be filling either a part-time or full-time position at this time with plans for continued growth. This position will partner with the OCME leadership to work with course directors, planning committee members, and OCME staff to convey and apply the principles of effective adult learning in compliance with the accreditation requirements. This position will serve as a project lead directing the work of planning team members to address various aspects of accreditation, course planning, delivery, and evaluation.
3) Operations Manager (Requisition #185820)
The Operations Manager serves as a key representative for OCME within the Academic Health Center, Medical School, and healthcare community.
Key duties will include: operations / accreditation compliance (policy implementation / monitoring / enforcement); performance metrics; staff management; business model / technical systems & services; budget planning / management / monitoring.
The links will take you to the University of Minnesota employment website. You can easily search for each listing by utilizing the corresponding requisition number. Thank you!
SAVE THE DATE! The Minnesota Twins Baseball Club will host the ninth annual Sports Internship & Career Fair on Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 12- 3PM at Target Field.
This event provides individuals who aspire to have a career in sports to meet with many teams and sports related organizations from throughout the upper Midwest. Participants have the opportunity to learn about available internship and career opportunities, as well as, network with these sports related organizations.
For registration information and event details please visit www.twinsbaseball.com/jobopportunities or call 1-800-33-TWINS. The fair will be exclusive to participants who register for the event in advance at a cost of $25.00. Space is limited, so register today. This year’s Sports Internship and Career Fair promises to be yet another successful event!