Jobs In Aurora, Colorado

Paraeducator, Preschool

Responsible for providing assistance to the Lead of the Preschool room by tending to the personal needs of children (ages 2 ? to 5 years) including lifting, holding, diapering, feeding and potty training; preparing class materials; performing clerical duties; assisting with class instruction; organizing, preparing and disinfecting room and toys; communicating with Lead and/or parents regarding children’s progress, behavior and/or discipline; and supervising children. The classroom includes both regular education and special education children; therefore, a person in this position may be assigned to one and/or both student groups within the one classroom on any given day.

Talent Acquisition and Retention Coordinator

Provide direction and oversight of the talent management efforts for Aurora Public Schools (Adams-Arapahoe 28J), including the development and management of talent pipelines, employee recruitment, retention, recognition, on-boarding and off-boarding to ensure a talented and effective workforce to carry out the district’s strategic plan; coordinates the employee recruitment processes including position announcements, advertising and marketing, screening, new employee orientation and the separation process.

College Completion Advisor- Aurora

The College Completion Advisor is responsible for supporting students in owning their college experience and ensuring that 70% of College Track students graduate with a bachelor’s degree within six years. The ideal candidate is a motivated, hard-working individual with experience advising, influencing and managing first-generation college students.

Primary Responsibilities:

Manage a caseload of college students to achieve the following:

Student Transition Support: In collaboration with the College Completion Director, provide individualized support and create college transition plans for high school seniors to ensure students matriculate to college.
Academic Achievement: Review student data consistently. Provide direct coaching and utilize motivational interviewing techniques to ensure students make behavioral changes that lead to health and success and ultimately, are on track to graduate. Whenever possible, refer students to appropriate non-College Track resources (e.g. financial aid office, mental health center, tutoring program, etc).
College Affordability: Support students in graduating from college with manageable debt. Ensure students apply for and receive all available financial aid and scholarships.
Future Opportunities: Serve as a resource to students by connecting them to career and leadership development opportunities.

Communications and Marketing Intern

The CAFP Communications & Marketing Internship is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience with the skills needed to be a dynamic communications professional in a non-profit or membership association office. The opportunity is particularly well suited to individuals with an interest in the healthcare or advocacy field.

Policy and Advocacy Internship

The CAFP Policy Internship is an exciting and dynamic opportunity to learn about and improve the healthcare system in Colorado. You will have opportunities to research current issues in healthcare policy, advise on state legislation impacting family medicine and primary care, and interact with family physicians and healthcare advocates in the state. A longer-term project that meets your interests can be arranged to add to a professional portfolio for future employment opportunities.

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