Instructor

Job Type: Part-Time
Compensation: Starting at $16 Hourly
Program Overview:

COMPASS NYC - IACRL program mission is to empower its youth, in part by supporting those skills and lessons learned during regular school hours, and in part by supplementing those areas of development not regularly provided during the school day. Especially, we seek to engage our youth in interactive, project-based learning that utilizes new and existing educational models to stimulate interests, build self-esteem, and encourage self-reliance and independent thinking. Our education initiatives furthermore center on creating enjoyable activities within safe and nurturing environments, with a focus toward positive youth development.

COMPASS NYC - IACRL Programs:

  • Provide tools for youth empowerment and development

  • Provide enjoyable activities in safe, nurturing environments

  • Offer highly interactive, project-based initiatives

  • Foster independent thinking, self-reliance and self-esteem

  • Reinforce core values, skills, and lessons provided in school

  • Implement new and existing education models for best-learning outcomes

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the safety and engagement of children in assigned activities and provide strong classroom and behavioral management skills

  • Create, implement and document lessons on S.T.E.M and Literacy

  • Facilitate purposeful activities that foster development of new skills in children, while reinforcing skills/information previously taught

  • Assist in all activities needed for the orderly operation of the program, inclusive of : supervising children during snack/supper, facilitating dismissal, conducting field trips, hosting special events, etc.,

  • Assist in all activities to ensure the orderly operation of the program, inclusive of : completing daily administrative paperwork (e.g., keeping attendance, time sheets, etc.,)

  • Attend and supervise children during special projects and field trips, including those which occur outside of regular program hours

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED required 

  • College Degree preferred/ College Students welcome

  • Minimum of one year experience working with elementary or middle school-aged children (in-school/out-of-school settings)

  • Exceptional group management , problem-solving and conflict resolution skills

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Competency in youth development and child care

  • Demonstrate the ability to engage, motivate and effectively work to create interactive academic and/or enrichment activities that are age-appropriate

  • Ability to work as part of a team within a school community

  • Ability to communicate and work effectively and respectfully with a broad range of diverse constituents

Note: All COMPASS/SONYC positions require Fingerprint, SCR and Medical clearances to work with children