Education Jobs

Associate Teacher (2 Openings)

The Associate Teacher works with a Core Teacher in a mixed-age classroom. Depending on level, overnight trips are a part of the position, ranging from a single night to ten or more nights per year. There are currently 2 openings at The Logan School. One for 5th/6th grade and the other for Kindergarten.

After School Program staff

Graland Country Day School is seeking a person to join our After School Program. This is a part time position.

Community Relations Manager

The University of Denver Libraries, comprised of the Main Library at the Anderson Academic Commons, the Bonfils Stanton Music Library in the Newman Center, and the off-site Hampden Center storage facility is a highly collaborative, team-based organization that serves a diverse population, ranging from our students, staff, and faculty to public and other academic patrons from the surrounding region. Opened on March 25, 2013, the Anderson Academic Commons is the campus centerpiece for collaborative, technology-infused teaching, learning and engagement. The University of Denver Libraries are central to discovery and creative interaction among students and faculty, and provide collections, services, personnel, and systems that support the teaching and research programs of the University. The institution is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and inclusive faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment.

Assistant Director

Are you wanting to move up in your career? Feeling ready for a rewarding position with more leadership opportunities, a bigger paycheck, and good benefits? You get excited about managing budgets and people? Perhaps you never envisioned yourself working in a library, but the Albany County Public Library is looking for someone with these skills and interests to become our first Assistant Director. We have a quiver full of book nerds, but we need a person who can help us manage library operations!

Under the direction of our new Library Director and former Youth Services Librarian, Ruth Troyanek, we look forward to growing our new Assistant Director into this position. This lucky person will work with our highly trained and motivated staff of 24 from our main branch in the center of Laramie, Wyoming. You could be part of our ACPL team, tackling financial and staffing projects that enable us to serve our community, whether we’re teaching pre-literacy skills to toddlers, helping someone apply for a job online, or offering free seeds and classes to help a family start a garden.

Part Time Data Coordinator

Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain is part of the world’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JA-Rocky Mountain provides programs for students that focus on three key content areas: work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. JA-Rocky Mountain reached 127,000 students throughout Metro Denver, Northern Colorado and Wyoming during the 2016/17 school year. These programs are free to schools thanks to more than 6,000 volunteers and the generous support of donors. For more information, visit www.JAColorado.org.

Controller

As the Controller at Clayton Early Learning, lead the fiscal team with responsibility for maximizing the return on financial assets by establishing financial policies, procedures, controls and maintenance of reporting systems. The Controller oversees cost and general accounting, accounts receivable/collection and payroll. The Controller is expected to manage the accounting department towards efficient and value-added processes, and interact effectively with all levels of the organization. The Controller will provide leadership, and training to support excellence, develop processes and work collaboratively with the Director Team.

FINANCIAL AID COUNSELOR

This position is under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Client Services. Counsels and assists students, parents and the MSU Denver community regarding the financial aid application process, eligibility, needs analysis, student budgets, packaging and disbursement policies and procedures. Maintains thorough and current working knowledge of all federal, state and institutional regulations and procedures to assure accurate release of information and program compliance. Makes presentations regarding financial aid to parent and student groups on and off campus. Represents the Office of Financial Aid at various college functions. Serves as a member of campus and state association committees as necessary. Assists with other projects and areas in the office during peak periods and as assigned. The successful candidate must have the ability to work with and be sensitive to the educational needs of a diverse urban population. This position is the primary contact for all incoming forms being correctly logged into Banner financial aid system. This position individually counsels students and parents on a daily basis regarding the financial aid process while working as a liaison between campus offices to assist students in locating necessary information and funding. This position requires strong human relations skills to effectively communicate to students and parents that every legitimate effort has been made to award and disburse the appropriate amount and type of aid for which each student is eligible. The incumbent must be able to establish credibility with other departments within and outside the institution and the public with whom the incumbent has contact, regarding state and federal financial aid processes, regulations and guidelines, and institutional procedures for establishment of financial aid problems. Additionally, this position must be able to work with a variety of personality types, communication styles, and have the ability to resolve problems and issues of a very sensitive nature.

Director of Major and Corporate Giving

The Director of Major and Corporate Giving develops and carries a portfolio of prospective philanthropic individual and corporate donors with a focus on raising major gifts for the Colorado Community College System’s strategic objectives.

20-Hr Part Time Prevention Specialist

Do you have experience as a workshop facilitator or educator? Are you passionate about sexual violence prevention? If so, working as a Prevention Specialist with The Blue Bench might be the job for you! The primary role of the Prevention Specialist is to be an engaging and professional facilitator within all of The Blue Bench Prevention Programs. This position requires excellent public speaking skills, a strong understanding of the dynamics of sexual violence, and ability to work flexible hours. The Blue Bench serves our diverse Denver Metro communities and values diversity among staff. Applicants of all ethnicities, genders, sexuality, age and ability are encouraged to apply.

20-Hour Part-Time Prevention Specialists:

-Have set hours each week that will generally fall between 7:30am and 2:00pm to accommodate traditional school hours (our busiest hours), totaling 20 hours per week (with the option to take on additional prevention programs beyond the 20 hours)
-Spend some of their time on administrative functions in The Blue Bench office when not scheduled for an offsite prevention program

Park Ranger I

Highlands Ranch Metro District is currently seeking an experienced, motivated individual to fill the Park Ranger position in the Parks, Recreation and Open Space department. Successful candidate must be a team player and have a strong desire to provide excellent service to our community.

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