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Position 1:

Administrative Assistant - Organzational

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Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

Job description
The Administrative Assistant serves as a support for the entire organization, including School, Clinic, and Adult Program by interacting with students and clients in a positive manner. Administrative Assistant provides a positive atmosphere for all of our families, students, and clients by taking ownership of the front office, clientele relationships and hospitality, and nurse’s station communication; overseeing day-to-day organization activities, monitoring and coordinating assigned activities; performing day to day clerical duties; and providing information, recommendations, and/or direction as may be requested by Human Resources. The hours of this position are 9:00 am - 5:30 pm.

Administrative Assistant Professional

Front Desk Duties

Maintain an inviting environment in the front office area, general cleaning, and tidying.
Provide privacy and security for clientele.
Greet, welcome, and assist all staff, clientele, community members, callers, and visitors to the organization.
Manage general front office duties, e.g., answer incoming calls, determine the purpose of calls, and forward calls to appropriate personnel.
Respond to inquiries from a variety of internal and external parties (staff, clientele, vendors, the general public, etc.) for the purpose of providing information or direction and/or facilitating communication among parties.
Welcomes on-site visitors, determine the nature of the business, follow all safety protocol, and announce visitors to appropriate personnel.
Take visitors and clinic clients through the health-screen as needed.
Assist in scheduling, updating, and maintaining school-wide events calendar and staff calendar.
Assist in first response for building visitors, visitor sign-in procedures, and building activities during crisis situations such as building evacuations, lockdowns, emergency situations, and safety procedures.
Responds to inquiries from a variety of internal and external parties (e.g., staff, parents, students, clients, public agencies).
May cover for building personnel when necessary.
Act as the first point of contact for clientele referred for injury or illness (nurse’s station).
Review, sort and distribute daily mail
Assist in on-boarding of staff members
Maintain stock of essential supplies by orchestrating supply orders requested by staff
Assist in supporting the front desk when the other administrative assistant is unavailable.
Administrative duties include:

Creating forms, compile, and organize data and information necessary for the efficient operation of the organization.
Managing organizational incoming and outgoing mail, distributing to appropriate personnel.
Performing complex and confidential administrative and clerical support for the organization.
Managing incoming checks, keeping check log and communicating incoming receipts to appropriate personnel.
Coordinating a variety of projects, functions, and/or program components and deliver services in a timely fashion for the organization as assigned by the supervisor.
Ordering, receiving and maintaining office supplies, maintain the availability of required items.
Direct students and clients to their corresponding area and inform personnel of their arrival
Transfer calls to personnel within the organization and take messages, as needed.
Adhere to health and safety protocols in accordance with CDC and Occupational Safety and Health Administration and organizational protocol.
Minimum Requirements, Credentials, and Experience

High School diploma - required
BS degree in Business Management, Education or related field preferred
Business telephone and email etiquette
Excellent grammar and punctuation
Basic math skills
Familiar with a variety of software applications
Excellent organizational skills
Preferred Qualifications

A spirit of service and generosity, sound judgment and maturity, calm attention to detail and accuracy, excellent follow-through and communication skills, and the ability to work independently with others
A passionate belief in our school’s mission, values, and educational model
An enthusiasm for helping children learn and succeed
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
High work standards and attention to detail
A willingness to be an active, participating member of an innovative, collaborative, and cohesive team of education professionals
Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $16.00 - $20.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:

All Staff are required to be COVID-19 vaccinated.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $16.00 - $20.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
All employees must be vaccinated and boosted. All staff are required to wear masks while in the building.

Teaching Licenses:

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 2:

Math Teacher

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Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

Job description
Job Summary

To provide instruction in the classroom and math coaching for other teachers.

Summary of Essential Job Functions

· Use best practice strategies for teaching and learning activities from life skills math to calculus for classes of 7-9 students.

· Know students’ strengths, areas of improvements, disability, interests and emotional/behavioral triggers;]

· Have a love of working with high school students;

· Attend weekly staff meetings and professional development;

· Guide Teacher Associates in the classrooms;

· Create engaging lesson plans with clear standards and objectives, consulting common core standards;

· Research appropriate curriculum and active learning activities for direct instruction for student learning;

· Update parents on academic progress (through progress reports, phone calls and emails), as well as communicating behaviors and achievements;

· Create a classroom in which student accomplishments are celebrated;

· Assist students in understanding their disabilities, and teach strategies and problem solving to help students develop skills for outside the classroom.

Duties and Responsibilities

· Work with a team on developing, re-examining, revising and implementing an integrated curriculum with integrated projects;

· Develop lesson plans focused on active learning that ensure the attainment of state learning standards and the additional learning standards set forth by AOWL;

· Address individual needs of students through long and short term planning;

· Prepare students adequately for all required assessments;

· Evaluate students’ progress on a continuous basis;

· Prepare individual student achievement reports for parents/guardians;

· Provide an inviting, exciting, innovative, and challenging learning environment;

· Engage in effective and appropriate classroom management;

· Involve families/guardians in the education process;

· Work effectively with parent volunteers;

· Collaborate with other staff members to create meaningful community learning opportunities and community-based partnerships;

· Participate in staff development programs;

· Work with other staff members to form a positive, supportive team atmosphere;

· Work on committees and participate in the governance and development of the school;

· Maintain accurate and complete student records, and prepare reports on students as required by law, policies, and administrative regulations.

· Substitute for absent teachers as needed;

Minimum Requirements, Credentials, and Experience

· Possession of a valid Minnesota Teaching License or baccalaureate degree in Math

· Flexible traits that will thrive in a new learning environment;

· Demonstrated interest or expertise in working with students with autism and/or related learning differences;

· Demonstrated experience in the instruction of students with varied learning styles and levels of mastery.

· Demonstrated ability to work and communicate well with families;

· Ability to work effectively as a team member;

· Willingness to be held accountable for student results;

· Ability to evaluate tests and measurements of achievement;

· Successfully pass a criminal background check.

Salary and benefits

Competitive and dependent on experience

Health and dental benefit package

Short-term disability

Life insurance

Simple IRA with Employer Matching

Paid Time Off

Employer Contribution to HSA

Small Class Sizes

Preferred Credentials, and Experience

· Possession of a Special Education Teaching License, or willingness to procure;

· Identified classroom experience and teaming experience with special education and regular education service teams;

To apply please submit your resume, cover letter and 2 letters of reference

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $41,000.00 - $55,000.00 per year

COVID-19 considerations:
All employees must be vaccinated and willing to get a booster within 30 days of hire if they are not already. All staff must wear a mask while at work.

Teaching Licenses:

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 3:

Vocational Services Coordinator

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

Job description
Job Summary

To provide guidance, assistance, and accountability to young adults with neurodiversities to maintain employment status, explore employment possibilities, develop and hone workplace readiness, self-determination, self-advocacy, and executive functioning skills, and to assist the Adult Education Program in a supportive role. Maintain responsibility for the scheduling, coordination of services, documentation, and communication for all external and internal persons served.
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Summary of Essential Job Functions

Schedule and coordinate services internally and externally for all persons served in the areas of: job coaching, self-advocacy, social coaching, and other related social, vocational, and executive functioning key areas;
Provide employment and pre-employment services and supports to young adults in a 1:1 capacity;
Use best practice strategies and scope and sequence to develop skills and mindsets necessary to promote job retention, promotion, and advancement consistent with each person’s abilities and vocational aspirations;
Communicate information to Adult Program Manager and Lead Life Skills Teacher on the performance of participants;
Work with young adults, staff, and family to identify areas of improvement and interests, particularly as it pertains to acquiring and maintaining employment;
Maintain and continually update transition documentation for all Adult Education participants;
Meet with parents and young adults periodically on an as-need basis to update goals and provide transition guidance;
Assist young adults in understanding their neurodifferences. Teach strategies and problem-solving skills for life outside of the classroom;
Attend weekly staff meetings and professional development;
Facilitate the development of young adults’ vocational and independent living goals;
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Duties and Responsibilities

Maintain a positive and calm demeanor when dealing with participants
Be adaptable and flexible to changing hours and assignments
Adaptable to different work environments and expectations
Strong communication skills
Conduct oneself as a positive role model for participants in terms of appearance, socialization, time management, organization, and teamwork
Detail-oriented
Keep accurate records and work hours
Participate in staff development programs
Work with other staff members to form a positive, supportive team atmosphere
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Minimum Requirements, Credentials, and Experience

Demonstrated interest or expertise in working with young adults with autism spectrum disorder and/or related neurodiversities
2-year or 4-year degree in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Education or related field OR at least 1-year work experience with young adults with neurodiversities
Valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, working vehicle, and clean driving record
Flexible schedule that will allow for varied work hours
Flexible and adaptable traits for different environments
Experience in instruction with varied learning styles and levels of mastery
Ability to work well with families
Ability to work effectively as a team member
Willingness to be held accountable for results
Ability to evaluate tests and measurements of achievement
Successfully pass a criminal background check
Must have clean driving record.
Case Load:

Twin Cities area (travel expenses are reimbursed)
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Preferred Credentials, and Experience

2-year or 4-year degree in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Education or related field AND at least 1-year work experience with young adults with neurodiversities
Experience in coordination of services, project management, budget management or other related management experience.
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Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $41,000.00 - $45,000.00 per year

COVID-19 considerations:
All employees must be vaccinated and boosted

Teaching Licenses:

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 4:

Classroom Behavior Therapist

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

Job description
Classroom Behavior Therapist

Employment Status Full-Time 40 hrs/wk School Year position

Job Summary

To provide behavioral learning, skills, and support in the classroom and behavior management plans for special education students enrolled in Academy of Whole Learning, and to collaborate with teachers.

Summary of Essential Job Functions

Use best practice strategies for teaching and learning activities; related to social, emotional and behavioral needs to a classroom of 8;
Learn, understand and integrate our school’s philosophy and behavior management style;
Know students’ strengths, areas of improvements, disability, interests, motivations, and emotional/behavioral triggers;
Attend weekly staff meetings and professional development;
Substitute for absent teachers as needed;
Arrive at school by 8 am and work at least 8 hour days;
Assist with clubs;
Create engaging lesson plans with clear standards and objectives;
Research appropriate curriculum and active learning activities for direct instruction for student social, emotional and behavioral learning;
Offer an appropriate level of assistance to students to promote learner independence;
Update parents on social, emotional, and behavioral progress (through progress reports, conferences, phone calls, and emails), as well as communicating achievements;
Create a classroom in which student accomplishments are celebrated;
Assist students in understanding their disabilities, and teach strategies and problem solving to help students develop skills for outside the classroom;
Assist at special events,
Monitor hallways, lunchroom, and recess as needed;
Ask for clarification when needed;
Show encouragement and support towards students and parents.
Uses time productively;
Follow policies in Employee Handbook;
Complete other duties as assigned
Duties and Responsibilities

Work with a team on developing, re-examining, revising and implementing an integrated curriculum with integrated projects;
Develop lesson plans focused on active learning that ensure the attainment of standards set forth by AOWL;
Address individual needs of students through long and short term planning;
Evaluate students’ progress on a continuous basis;
Prepare individual student achievement reports for parents/guardians;
Provide an inviting, exciting, innovative, and challenging learning environment;
Engage in effective and appropriate classroom management;
Involve families/guardians in the education process;
Work effectively with parent volunteers;
Collaborate with other staff members to create meaningful community learning opportunities and community-based partnerships;
Participate in staff development programs;
Collaborate with other staff members to form a positive, supportive team atmosphere;
Work on committees and participate in the governance and development of the school;
Maintain accurate and complete student records, and prepare reports on students as required by law, policies, and administrative regulations
Use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
Education and Experience

Preferred education includes 4-year bachelor’s degree in a “related field” such as psychology, special education, speech, and language pathology.
Excellent interpersonal skills to interactive effective with a variety of people and personalities inside and outside the organization
Valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance required.
Flexible traits that will thrive in a new learning environment.
Expertise in working with students with autism spectrum disorder and/or related learning differences.
Demonstrated experience in the instruction of students with varied learning styles and levels of mastery.
Effective collaboration with families and student support staff
Effective oral and written communication
Ability to work effectively as a team member.
Successfully pass a criminal background check.
Identified classroom experience and teaming experience with special education and/or regular education students.
Willingness to be held accountable for student results;
$1,000 signing bonus

Must be vaccinated to work here

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $17.00 - $20.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
We require all employees to be vaccinated and wear masks

Teaching Licenses:

Career and Technical Education:

Special Education:

Administrative and Other Roles:

Position 5:

Behavior Therapist - ABA

Listing/Application Link:

Location

Type:

Minnesota

Full-Time

Position Description:

Job description
The Behavior Therapist (BT) will provide skills training based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to children with Autism and related developmental disabilities in the home, community, and school settings. The BT will address specific skills based upon the individual treatment plan (ITP) that is created. The BT will collect data on treatment goals, assist with parent training and in the classroom with skills training as well as assist the Director of Clinical Services with clinical assessments as needed. When the BT is not providing IBI Services they may fill their time as on special projects or helping out in the school.

Essential Job Functions

Learn, understand and integrate our AOWL’s philosophy and behavior management style.
Provide direct instruction in 1:1 and group settings utilizing a combination of intensive teaching and natural environment training arrangements using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Create and address ITP objectives using procedures approved by the Director of Clinical Services.
Utilize positive reinforcement and antecedent modification to increase appropriate behaviors over time.
Manage disruptive behaviors that occur. Through the implementation of Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) and consultation with our Director of Clinical Services.
Facilitate interactions with peers, teachers and families.
Keep the children motivated to learn through preference assessments.
Toilet training may be required.
Accurately collect, record, and summarize data on observable client behavior.
Assist with parent and caregiver training in line with client’s individualized treatment.
Effectively communicate with parents and caregivers regarding client progress as instructed by the Director of Clinical Services.
Maintain client confidentiality.
Assist with skill acquisition and behavior reduction assessments.
Assist in preparing client materials as instructed.
Maintain a clean, safe, and organized work and therapy environment.
Collaborate with treatment team including client, parents and caregivers, outside professionals, and co-workers.
Maintain and acquire technical knowledge by attending required trainings.
Working in-home, in school and out in the community with clients.
Minimum Requirements, Credentials, and Experience

Baccalaureate degree, or equivalent experience.
Flexible traits that will thrive in a new learning environment.
1 Year of Experience as a Behavior Therapist.
Demonstrated interest or expertise in working with students with autism spectrum disorder and/or related learning differences.
Demonstrated experience in the instruction of students with varied learning styles and levels of mastery.
Demonstrated ability to work well with families.
Ability to work effectively as a team member.
Successfully pass a criminal background check.
Preferred: Experience working with children ages 0-16 providing in a classroom or 1:1. setting; experience implementing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis; Educational, Speech, or Allied Health Services experience.
All employees must be vaccinated.
This position has $1,000 signing bonus.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $18.00 - $20.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
All employees are required to be vaccinated and wear masks. 8-4:30 schedule and mainly center-based and classroom-based clientele.


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Created: February 11, 2022
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Candidates: 3 total
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Contact Information

Karla

Przybylski

Human Resources Manager

9527376933

Academy of Whole Learning

3500 Williston Road

Minnetonka

Minnesota

55345

United States