Benefits: Single contribution Health, Dental, vision, 403b matching
- Bachelor’s Degree or a combination of education and/or experience to total four years
- Strong verbal and written communication skills, both formal and informal
- Ability to work effectively independently and in teams
- Effective in organization and managing tasks and activities
- Intercultural competence
- Ability to travel to sites inside and outside of the district
- Capability to work a flexible schedule both before and after the school day
- Knowledge in a variety of technical, computer based software
- Arrange and prioritize schedules to facilitate or participate in meetings
- Established, successful experience working with young adults
- Bilingual fluency in Hmong, Spanish, or Somali
- Familiarity with Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Forms, Google Drive, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word
- Familiarity with educational structures such as courses, grades, schedules and co-curricular activities
- Familiarity with navigating college or post-secondary systems
- Cultural mentoring using structured dialogue and activities for a case load of approximately 20 [non-special education] middle school or high school students around topics like: identity development, race, mindsets, biases, stereotypes, situational appropriateness, media, differences and more.
- Academic supervision and mentoring using structured dialogue, modeling and apprenticeship for a case load of approximately 20 [non-special education] middle school or high school students around skills like: organization, self-reflection, grade point average monitoring, attendance, self-advocacy, career pathways, homework completion, access to programs/courses, discipline, participation and more.
- Strengthen relationships with families and participating students in an attempt to build and bridge access to academic, social and emotional growth opportunities.
- Strengthen relationships with building leaders and staff in an attempt to build and bridge access to professional development leadership/learning opportunities.
- Meet regularly with Office of Educational Equity staff to align with district equity goals, provide updates, analyze data and gain access to professional development.
- Meet regularly with building principal to align building site improvement plan and equity goals, provide updates, analyze data and gain access to professional development.
- Meet regularly with other Cultural-Academic Support Specialists from across the district to align strategies and outcomes, provide updates, problem solve, analyze data and gain access to professional development.
- Other related duties as assigned.
ISD 622 is an equal opportunity employer and supports an inclusive workplace environment.