Jobs

  • Coordinators

    Description:

    Coordinators are retired educational professionals who have a mastery of the design and implementation of the CareerVisions, Community Change, Legacy and Peace Models, and who 1. supervise and guides teachers and teaching artists to ensure the integrity and alignment of our our youth programs; and 2. Manages the contract for their assignment.

    Objectives:

    1. To provide guidance to teaching artists and/or teachers on the design and implementation of the Community Change, CareerVisions, Legacy and Peace Models and select evidence-based curricula.
    2. To ensure that the Models and curricula are implemented with integrity.

    Towards meeting these objectives, the coordinator will:

    Maintain a mastery of the CareerVisions, Community Change, Legacy and Peace Models and select evidence-based curricula.
    Ensure the integrity of the CareerVisions, Community Change, Legacy and Peace Models and select evidence-based curricula and adherence to the timeline developed.
    Research exercises and references to develop learning plans that support the State Standards.
    Collaboratively develop learning plans with teachers/teaching artists. Learning plans should be aligned with the day school curriculum, intentionally integrated with State Standards, and be based on the teacher’s choice of the Community Change, CareerVisions, Legacy and Peace Models.
    Provide instructional coaching to assigned teachers/teaching artists in Community Change, CareerVisions, Legacy and Peace and select evidence-based curricula.
    Attend scheduled meetings with company and/or its client(s).
    Coordinate meetings with assigned teachers/teaching artists(s).
    Guide teachers/teaching artists to help students network with the community to organize a career fair.
    Guide teachers/teaching artists in preparing students to deliver mini-workshops to their peers based on the Community Change, CareerVisions, Legacy and Peace Models.
    Submit invoices and payroll logs.

    Warning:

    Our programs are safe spaces for young people both physically and emotionally. The use of profanity, nudity and/or any other inappropriate contact, conversations, graphics, language and/or materials are all forbidden. Doing so will definitely result in your immediate termination and may result in both civil and criminal charges against you.

    Being intoxicated and/or under the influence of any substance whatsoever during authorized scheduled hours is prohibited. Doing so will definitely result in your immediate termination.

     

    Time Commitment:

    Coordinators oversee up to five projects per semester/cycle. These projects are throughout New York State (https://communitychangeinc.com/service-locations-2/).

    Each project runs up to 14-weeks, for which the coordinator is compensated roughly 75 hours (roughly six hours weekly) per semester to supervise at least four teachers/artists. This will include the following tasks:

    • Seven scheduled, 2-hour team meetings (or 14, 1-hour meetings, 14 hours total) per semester with assigned teachers/artists.
    • Compiling research of references and strategies for engagement in the form of CCI’s List of Resources for Engagement and the Resource Page of CCI’s Website (1 hour weekly, up to 14 hours total per semester).
    • Review required documents and log entries (1 hour weekly up to 14 hours total per semester).
    • Program monitoring (1 hour weekly, up to 14 hours total per semester)
    • Formal and informal communications, as needed, including emails, memos and reminders (1 hour weekly, up to 14 hours total per semester)
    • At least 5 hours of additional time allocated for:
      • meetings with client/partners, including evaluator and advisory council, as needed and applicable
      • company’s internal meetings, as needed
      • compiling students’ midterm and end of term stipends/incentives, when applicable

    Compensation:

    $100/hour for all of the aforementioned services within time allocation, except for internal meetings and trainings with supervisor.

    $50/hour for internal meetings and trainings with supervisor.

    Qualifications:

    Must be a retired teacher, retired administrator, and/or college professor in good standing with the assigned school districts.

    Please send resumes to jobs@communitychangeinc.com.

  • Teacher/Teaching Artist/Trainer

    Description:

    Teachers are facilitators of our youth programs who are assigned to deliver in-school, afterschool, weekend or summer workshops for youth at the same school in which they work during the day.

    Trainers are facilitators of our parent/family engagement or our professional development services who provide workshops to parents and/or staff of our clients.

    Teaching artists are facilitators of our youth programs who have professional expertise and/or experience in a particular art, academic or athletic area and who are assigned to deliver in-school, afterschool, weekend or summer workshops for youth. The teaching artists integrate our youth programs with their area of expertise.

    Objectives:

    1. To design and implement learning plans based on the Community Change, CareerVisions, Peace and Legacy Models.
    2. To ensure that the Models are implemented with integrity.

    Towards meeting these objectives, the teacher/artist/trainer will:

    Develop a mastery of the Models and select evidence-based curricula.
    Ensure the integrity of the Models and select evidence-based curricula and adherence to the timeline provided.
    Research exercises and references to develop learning plans that support the State Standards.
    Develop and implement learning plans. Learning plans should be aligned with the day school curriculum, intentionally integrated with the State Standards, and be based on the facilitator’s choice of the Community Change, CareerVisions, Peace and Legacy Models.
    Regularly submit draft learning plans, phase summaries and attendance along with timesheets.
    Attend scheduled meetings with company, and/or its client(s).
    Submit timesheets for payments, supported by research, learning plans, attendance and phase summaries.

    Warning:

    Our programs are safe spaces for young people both physically and emotionally. If hired, the use of profanity, nudity and/or any other inappropriate contact, conversations, graphics, language and/or materials are all prohibited. Doing so will definitely result in your immediate termination and may result in both civil and criminal charges against you.

    Being intoxicated and/or under the influence of any substance whatsoever during authorized scheduled hours is prohibited. Doing so will definitely result in your immediate termination.

    Time Commitment:

    Teachers/teaching artists and trainers can take on one or more project depending upon availability. There are multiple projects throughout New York State (https://communitychangeinc.com/service-locations-2/).

    Each project runs up to 14-weeks. The teacher/teaching artist/trainer is compensated for roughly 95 hours (roughly 7 hours weekly) per assigned project/semester, with exceptions based on each specific project. This includes:

    • Authorized, scheduled sessions with target population. Hours of sessions based on the assignment/program schedule (generally, at least two hours per session, four hours weekly for 14 weeks/56 hours total, per assigned project, with exceptions based on each assignment);
    • Seven scheduled, 2-hour team meetings (or 14, 1-hour meetings, 14 hours total) per semester per assigned coordinator/director.
    • Research to prepare learning plans, up to eight hours per semester, two hours per phase for phases two through five (8 hours total) per assigned project;
    • Writing detailed, up-to 2-hour learning plans for your curriculum; one learning plan per session; up to two hours for writing per phase, (but no more than one hour for writing a single lesson in a phase) …six phases per semester; up to 12 hours of writing per assigned project.
    • At least 5 miscellaneous hours over the course of the project, as needed and approved in advance, for newsletters, artifacts, revising student work/presentations, administrative/evaluation support, and company meetings.
    • Teachers must commit to implementing their selected model at 50% of their scheduled program time per week.
    • The time frame of a model does not exceed 14 weeks or one semester.
    • Always bill for same day cancellations and note attendance sheets during payroll submission in these situations);

    Compensation:

    Please be advised that we are an entity independent of any and every school district and teacher union. As such, we are not bound by their pay rates for teachers, as we have our own (see below).

    The regular hourly rate for the teacher varies between $45 – $51/hour, depending on their employer. The rate for participating in the Summer Training Institute and other internal trainings/meetings is half of the regular hourly rate.

    The compensation rate for the teaching artist is $50/hour. The rate for participating in the Summer Training Institute and other internal trainings/meetings is $25/hour.

    The rate for the trainer varies between $75/hour and the flat rates of up to $300 for delivering workshops for parents; and between $500 (for half-day sessions of less than 3.5 hours) and $800 (for full-day sessions of more than 3.5 hours) for delivering external workshops to our clients, depending on the assignment. Trainers do not bill for independent research and/or independent writing of workshop outlines, as it is built into their compensations. The rate for trainers who participate in the Summer Training Institute and other internal trainings/meetings is $37.50/hour.

    Qualifications:

    Must be accomplished in an academic or art discipline and capable of delivering engaging, dynamic learning plans to students. Must be in good standing with the assigned school district and pass local/state/federal security clearances.

    Please send resumes to jobs@communitychangeinc.com.