Community Educator II
Average Hours per Week:
Required Skills Tests:
Planning and Implementing Curriculum
Provides educational instructions to students in all subject areas, grades K through university level.
Utilizes programs that meet or exceed the State Core Curriculum Content Standards and follows the approved curriculum and directives of the local high school district.
Prioritizes student tasks and implements relevant study approaches, such as providing visual, audio and hands on learning techniques to accommodate individual student needs.
Performs outside research to enhance instruction, such as obtaining supplemental materials and books, reading students' books in order to better assist them, and attending lectures relevant to students' course work.
Provides students with assistance in researching potential colleges for students and assists with life skills; assists students in preparation for the General Education Degree (GED) exam.
Acts as a parent/teacher liaison to local schools, Mountain View Academy, Home Choice Program and Foothills Adult Education Center.
Acts as an advisor to educational-related tribal youth organizations and chaperone events of the organization.
Supervises, guides, and models appropriate behavior and teaching techniques for teaching assistants, interns, and volunteers.
Oversees and supervises students during Education Center activities, including field trips, conferences, and other Education Center sponsored/related events.
Maintains discipline as prescribed by the Viejas Education Center and Granite Hills High School Handbook.
Transports students to mandatory weekly meetings with their assigned teacher(s) as well as other education activities, including GED testing and college registration.
Record Keeping and Special Duties
Maintains ongoing developmental records for each child, including keeping records of all developing skills (physical, social, emotional, and cognitive).
Monitors and evaluates individual student performance and progress and reports to parents; maintains student records and keeps information confidential.
Performs light housekeeping duties as needed, including dishwashing, wiping down tables, and taking out the trash.
Ensures equipment and the facility are clean, well maintained and safe at all times.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Works on assignments that are semi routine in nature but recognizes the need for occasional deviation from accepted practice.
Refers more complex issues to higher level.
Under general supervision, applies developed knowledge and skills to complete a wide range of tasks.
Identifies problem and all relevant issues in straightforward situations, assesses each using standard procedures, and makes sound decisions.
Interacts with tribal members, students, parents, education administrators and outside agencies.
Participates in hiring process and recommends disciplinary action as appropriate.
Supervises, trains, and mentors teaching assistants, interns, and volunteers.
Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field.
Courses in Native American culture preferred.
Valid California driver’s license.
CPR Certification required.
2 years or more of teaching experience in a single – or multi-subject matter.
Knowledge and Skills
Strong content and subject-matter knowledge
Demonstrated cultural sensitivity and acceptance of diversity.
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
Detail-oriented, organized, self-motivated, and values teamwork.
Working knowledge of computer systems.
Ability to stand and walk for prolonged periods.
Ability to solve problems efficiently and effectively.
Ability to multitask and work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
Must be able to work flexible schedule including, evenings and holidays.
See Above Requirements
If you need reasonable accommodation to complete the on-line application, please contact the Human Resources Department.
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