Education Jobs

Spanish Teacher K-8

Spanish Teacher for K-8 Private/Non-Profit School
32 hours/week with benefits
The Spanish Teacher is responsible for teaching immersion-style language classes that incorporate grammar studies to mixed-age classes, ages 4.5-12 years. The instructor will create and shape language levels to fit the needs of the students. The instruction will need to be designed to engage students of various ages, interests, learning styles etc.

CAMP RECRUITER (Grant Funded)

The MSU Denver CAMP Recruiter will actively recruit students for the program and develop a recruitment plan to include outreach to statewide high schools, GED programs, adult education programs, agricultural employers, migrant/seasonal farm worker programs, and the community at large. Will also work in collaboration with recruitment staff to coordinate recruitment events, maintain student files, participate in local, state and regional recruitment fairs and outreach programs, conduct presentations, analyze and evaluate recruitment needs and perform other recruitment duties as assigned.

Communications Specialist

Responsible for developing and delivering communication plans, resources and tools for internal and external stakeholders. May assist with translation and/or communication using second language skills when possible.

Operations Manager

The Operations Manager is responsible leading the team and overseeing operations at The Center for Work Ethic Development. The role includes management of exempt, non-exempt, and contract employees, as well as ensuring the excellence of all curriculum and certification programs. Accountable for developing the processes and systems for scaling and growing the organization. Provides direction and support for business development, though there is no direct sales or fundraising expectation.

HEALTH CARE MANAGMENT FACULTY (CATEGORY II)

Full Time Teaching Position in the Health Care Management program in the Department of Health Professions at Metropolitan State University of Denver. The appointment is for one year, with the possibility of renewal. This position entails working closely with the Department Chair and colleagues in the Health Care Management program. The successful candidate will advise, as well as develop, teach, and maintain online, hybrid, and traditional undergraduate course offerings in the areas of:
o Healthcare Systems;
o Principles of Healthcare Management;
o Public Health Survey;
o Epidemiology;
o Environmental Health; and
o Health Disparities.
for a total of 15 credit hours per semester.

STAFF WRITER, STUDENT RETENTION

The staff writer for student retention writes and edits compelling copy for a wide variety of student-focused communications that support MSU Denver’s strategic plan. These communications include an email newsletter, feature stories, magazine articles, student blog posts, webpages, social media posts and marketing collateral, among others. The staff writer helps tell the MSU Denver story by contributing innovative ideas, researching topics, and crafting unique, engaging copy to advance the University’s brand initiatives and objectives. In addition, the writer edits copy for accuracy, effectiveness and Associated Press style.

FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION FACULTY (CATEGORY II)

The position is a full-time category II in the Department of Human Services, Fire and Emergency Services Administration. Established in 1968, the Department of Human Services at Metropolitan State University of Denver prepares students to become competent, self-reflective professionals in the field of fire and emergency services. Curriculum emphasizes experiential learning with coursework taught in the classroom, online, and through fieldwork experiences. Department faculty are committed to supporting students to develop high ethical standards and cultural sensitivity while becoming agents for positive change in their communities.

Advancement Officer, Leadership Gifts

The Advancement Officer is a key member of the CA Advancement Team and is responsible for the cultivation and solicitation of leadership-level gifts to the school. Responsibilities include planning, coordinating, and implementing the Leadership Giving Program to meet CA’s major gifts fundraising goals and to build the school’s individual donor base.

Supervisor of Events and Grass Roots Marketing

Arapahoe Libraries offers hundreds of programs and events each month. Catch up with your favorite author at a book signing, or join us for a food and dance demonstration, music concert or book club. Our program presenters are trained in theater and improvisation, and we are committed to providing you with a VIP experience each and every time.

We have an amazing career opportunity for a Supervisor of Programming! If your experience and education meet our requirements below, LET’S FIND OUT and apply!

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