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*A signing bonus of $1,000 will be paid after 90 days of employment*   Pay for this position starts @ $14/hr. Imagine yourself as an early childhood educator where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families every day. Imagine learning from experienced educators in this field and having the opportunity to further your knowledge by earning your Child Development Credential for free. The Children’s Learning Center (CLC) is the only child care provider in southern Indiana to hold a National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA).  Our services set us apart from other child care facilities, allowing us to help all children, ages six weeks to five years, challenged to gifted, to develop to their full potential.  The Children’s Learning Center by Goodwill provides quality early childhood education by inspiring a love of learning, and nurturing child and family relationships, and individualizing instruction to the needs of each child. The center offers spacious classrooms, a natural playground and an art studio. As a Child Care Teacher, you will: - Create and lead activities based on your observations of the children’s interests and needs - Communicate daily with parents. Document and share the important milestones in their child’s day - Keep the classroom safe and clean by following important procedures and guidelines - Attend and participate in regular child care meetings and training sessions as scheduled - Assists with backup coverage in other classrooms as necessary - Ensures all paperwork is completed in an accurate and timely manner - Administers medication as required - Attends and participates in regular child care meetings and training sessions as scheduled - Assists with backup coverage in other classrooms as necessary Required Competencies - Customer Focus - Has the ability to see, comprehend and relate with students and parents in an impartial, unbiased yet effective and balanced manner; builds and maintains customer satisfaction with the services offered by the organization; provides excellent service to internal and external customers. - Teamwork - Works well with others and makes valued contributions to the outputs of others in order to assist the team or project to achieve goals. - Information Monitoring/Reporting - Collects and reviews information to manage or improve processes and/or activities.  Completes all assigned reports.  - Ethical - Adheres to procedures and protocol, including maintaining confidentiality, logging on and off procedures, and adherence to Goodwill’s values. - Safety Awareness - Recognizes the risks in activities, applies the right measures to control and manage those risks, and ensures all safety protocols are followed.  Preferred Experience - Degree and Credential Requirements - Continuing education in child development, early childhood education, or related field  - Industry Expertise - Has worked in an environment caring for children from birth to six years of age. - Instructional Strategies - Employs various approaches, learning styles, and channels to instruct students, such as communicating content in terms they can comprehend, organizing talking points for clarity, and repeating arguments when necessary. Uses a wide range of teaching devices and methodologies appropriate to the class content, the learners' level, goals, and priorities which increase student achievement results.   Other Requirements - Physical Work - Is able tospend time in excess of 8 hours sitting, standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, and crouching. Has the ability to move and lift up to 40 pounds.  - Minimum of 21 years of age - if supervising infants and toddlers; and a minimum of 18 years of age - if supervising older age groups. - Accreditation Responsibilities - The Children’s Learning Center (CLC) is proud to hold a National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA).  As a result, the Teaching Assistants must pass a pre-employment criminal background investigation, including periodic drug screening, physicals, and annual TB tests Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes: - Free child care services for your children/dependents - Continuing education and leadership development - Comprehensive health plan - Paid time off (PTO) and paid holidays - Life, dental and vision insurance - Short- and long-term disability plans - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pre-tax health spending account, dependent care spending account and premiums - Retirement planning account(s) with generous company match %   Mission1
Job ID
2022-8652
Location
US-IN-Clarksville
Address
1329 Applegate Lane
*A signing bonus of $500 will be paid after 90 days of employment*   Pay for this position starts @ $14/hr. Imagine yourself as an early childhood educator where you can make a difference in the lives of children and families every day. Imagine learning from experienced educators in this field and having the opportunity to further your knowledge by earning your Child Development Credential for free. The Children’s Learning Center (CLC) is the only child care provider in southern Indiana to hold a National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA).  Our services set us apart from other child care facilities, allowing us to help all children, ages six weeks to five years, challenged to gifted, to develop to their full potential.  The Children’s Learning Center by Goodwill provides quality early childhood education by inspiring a love of learning, and nurturing child and family relationships, and individualizing instruction to the needs of each child. The center offers spacious classrooms, a natural playground and an art studio. As a Child Care Teacher, you will: - Create and lead activities based on your observations of the children’s interests and needs - Communicate daily with parents. Document and share the important milestones in their child’s day - Keep the classroom safe and clean by following important procedures and guidelines - Attend and participate in regular child care meetings and training sessions as scheduled - Assists with backup coverage in other classrooms as necessary - Ensures all paperwork is completed in an accurate and timely manner - Administers medication as required - Attends and participates in regular child care meetings and training sessions as scheduled - Assists with backup coverage in other classrooms as necessary Required Competencies - Customer Focus - Has the ability to see, comprehend and relate with students and parents in an impartial, unbiased yet effective and balanced manner; builds and maintains customer satisfaction with the services offered by the organization; provides excellent service to internal and external customers. - Teamwork - Works well with others and makes valued contributions to the outputs of others in order to assist the team or project to achieve goals. - Information Monitoring/Reporting - Collects and reviews information to manage or improve processes and/or activities.  Completes all assigned reports.  - Ethical - Adheres to procedures and protocol, including maintaining confidentiality, logging on and off procedures, and adherence to Goodwill’s values. - Safety Awareness - Recognizes the risks in activities, applies the right measures to control and manage those risks, and ensures all safety protocols are followed.  Preferred Experience - Degree and Credential Requirements - Continuing education in child development, early childhood education, or related field  - Industry Expertise - Has worked in an environment caring for children from birth to six years of age. - Instructional Strategies - Employs various approaches, learning styles, and channels to instruct students, such as communicating content in terms they can comprehend, organizing talking points for clarity, and repeating arguments when necessary. Uses a wide range of teaching devices and methodologies appropriate to the class content, the learners' level, goals, and priorities which increase student achievement results.   Other Requirements - Physical Work - Is able tospend time in excess of 8 hours sitting, standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, and crouching. Has the ability to move and lift up to 40 pounds.  - Minimum of 21 years of age - if supervising infants and toddlers; and a minimum of 18 years of age - if supervising older age groups. - Accreditation Responsibilities - The Children’s Learning Center (CLC) is proud to hold a National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA).  As a result, the Teaching Assistants must pass a pre-employment criminal background investigation, including periodic drug screening, physicals, and annual TB tests Benefits: Goodwill offers a competitive package of benefits even for part-time employment that includes: - Free child care services for your children/dependents - Corporate wellness program that includes: an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), health coaching and wellness discounts (Weight Watchers, YMCA, etc.) - Discount programs for phone carriers (Verizon, AT&T, etc.) and 20% discount off Goodwill retail stores immediately upon hire - Financial education programs- credit union membership and access to online workshops - 403 (b) and Roth retirement plans with availability for partial company % match Mission and Values:click here Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled   Mission1
Job ID
2022-8651
Location
US-IN-Clarksville
Address
1329 Applegate Lane
A signing bonus of $750 will be paid at 90 days of employment.   Job Summary The Young Learner’s Childcare Center (YLCC) is designed to provide free, temporary, short-term childcare for the students of the Excel Center until regular childcare is located. The YLCC is available when students are studying on-site or are in class, and will serve children up to age 12.    The Young Learner’s Childcare Attendant assists in ensuring the safe and caring management of all the students entrusted to the center. The Attendant monitors students in the center, serves snacks, and facilitates learning opportunities for the students while in their care. The Attendant assists in keeping parents informed of policies and procedures at the center.                             Hours of Operation:  8AM–9:30PM, Monday-Thursday, and 8AM.–5PM on Friday.           Hours will vary depending on location.   Example Duties and Activities - Facilitates hands-on interactive learning experiences working with students directly. - Assists in the registration process of students. - Updates and ensures accuracy of student files.  - Maintains regular communication with parents regarding services, enrollment, scheduling or routine changes, special events for the students.     - Aids in achieving short- and long-term goals for the center. - Contributes ideas for the development and facilitates the execution of the curriculum and program activities. - Participates in regular team meetings.   Required Competencies - Communication Skills - Articulates thoughts and expresses ideas effectively using oral, written, visual and non-verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills to comprehend customers' needs. Delivers information in person, in writing, and in a digital world. - Customer Focus - Has the ability to see, comprehend and relate with students and parents in an impartial, unbiased yet effective and balanced manner; builds and maintains customer satisfaction with the services offered by the organization; provides excellent service to internal and external customers. - Adaptability - Maintains effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work tasks or the work environment; adjusts effectively to work within new work structures, processes, requirements, or cultures. - Teamwork - Works well with others and makes valued contributions to the outputs of others in order to assist the team or project to achieve the required outputs. - Conflict Resolution - Anticipates, diffuses, and resolves disagreements, confrontations, tensions, and complaints in a practical and constructive manner in order to achieve results.   Preferred Competencies  - Degree and Credential Requirements - Continuing education in child development, early childhood education, or related field.  Child/infant CPR certified or willing to obtain. - Industry Expertise - Has worked in a childcare setting. - Safety Awareness - Recognizes the risks in activities, applies the right measures to control and manage those risks, and ensures all safety protocols are followed.    Other Requirements - Physical Work - Is able tospend time in excess of 8 hours sitting, standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, and crouching. Has the ability to move and lift up to 40 pounds.  - Minimum of 18 years of age - Background Screening - The YLCC cares for some of our most vulnerable populations, children.  As a result, all candidates must pass a pre-employment background check.   Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes: - Continuing education and leadership development - Comprehensive health plan - Paid time off (PTO) and paid holidays - Life, dental and vision insurance - Short- and long-term disability plans - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pre-tax health spending account, dependent care spending account and premiums - Retirement plan with generous match or contribution into Teachers’ Retirement Fund for eligible employees.   Goodwill Education Initiatives Goodwill strongly believes it is essential to raise education attainment levels in Indiana. Not only are the lifetime earnings of high school graduates significantly higher than those of dropouts, children of high school graduates are 50% less likely to drop out of high school than the children of dropouts are. Goodwill provides opportunities for adults (The Excel Center) and youth (Indianapolis Metropolitan High School).   The Excel Center Model: The Excel Center® is operated by Goodwill Education Initiatives, Inc., a not-for-profit organization formed by Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana. Recognizing that nearly a half million working-age Hoosiers lack a high school diploma, Goodwill opened The Excel Center for adults in 2010. The Excel Center is a tuition-free public high school for adults offering an Indiana Core 40 high school diploma. The Excel Center currently serves more than 4,000 students annually.   Mission and Values:click here Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled ExcelCenter1
Job ID
2022-8650
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
3919 Meadows Dr.
Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a research-based program that has been demonstrated to significantly improve critical outcomes for at-risk women and their children who receive services in local communities.  Beginning with nurse home visits that occur during pregnancy and continue until the child is age two, Nurse Home Visitors provide coaching and support to first-time expectant mothers.  Director works within the local, state and national community and Goodwill’s structure to assure that the NFP Program is implemented in accordance with established guidelines and contract requirements. The role of the Director is, to assure fidelity to the NFP model, develop and support sustainable funding and enlist community support of NFP within Marion County and throughout Indiana by working with NFP National Service Office, Goodwill leadership, nurse leadership team, and community leaders. This role demonstrates behaviors consistent with our Mission, Vision and Values, on behalf of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana.   The Model: Nurse-Family Partnership®, a maternal and early childhood home visiting program, fosters long-term success for first-time moms, their babies, and society.  Nurse-Family Partnership's maternal health program introduces vulnerable first-time parents to caring maternal and child health nurses. This program allows nurses to deliver the support first-time moms need to have a healthy pregnancy, become knowledgeable and responsible parents, and provide their babies with the best possible start in life.  For more information go to: www.nursefamilypartnership.org.    Position Summary: The NFP Administrative Coordinator supports NFP by providing office administration support such as, but not limited to, handling incoming calls, greeting guests, scheduling meetings, conferences, and/or other important NFP related events. The NFP Administrative Coordinator will monitor and audit reporting systems under the NFP model as needed. This role will require strong organizational skills as record keeping, documentation, and office vendor processing, among other tasks will be routine. This role demonstrates behaviors consistent with our Mission, Vision and Values, on behalf of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana.   Responsibilities: - Screens incoming calls and correspondence and responds independently when possible. - Greets guests at front office area. - Prepares memorandums outlining and explaining administrative procedures and policies and monitors compliance. - Arranges programs, events, or conferences by arranging for facilities and caterer, issuing information or invitations, coordinating speakers, and controlling event budget. - Conducts preparation of records such as agendas, notices, minutes, and resolutions. - Acts as custodian of corporate documents and records. - Prepares a variety of reports to include weekly data and audit reports for senior leadership and staff, biweekly audit reports for nurses, monthly audit reports for nurses and leadership, weekly and monthly reports for referral partners, and ad hoc reports as requested. Compiles and reconciles company credit card transactions monthly. Codes and tracks expenses. - Takes and transcribes dictation, and composes and prepares confidential correspondence, reports, and other complex documents. - Creates and maintains database and spreadsheet files. - Arranges complex and detailed travel plans and itineraries, and compiles documents for travel-related meetings. - Assists director and supervisors as needed with coordinating chart audits, tracking and contacting client referrals, tracking grants and ASQ, collecting client satisfaction surveys, registering continuing education credits, compiling monthly staff newsletter, and other tasks as assigned. - Coordinates all business cards and office supplies with staff and vendors. - Oversees supervisor’s calendar and schedule meetings for supervisor and staff. - Facilitates onboarding of new staff, in collaboration with local director, supervisors, and HR.
Job ID
2022-8648
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.
Goodwill Education Initiatives Goodwill strongly believes it is essential to raise education attainment levels in Indiana. Not only are the lifetime earnings of high school graduates significantly higher than those of dropouts, children of high school graduates are 50% less likely to drop out of high school than the children of dropouts are. Goodwill provides opportunities for adults (The Excel Center) and youth (Indianapolis Metropolitan High School).   The Indianapolis Metropolitan Charter High School: Indianapolis Metropolitan High School is a free public school offering a high school education to students in grades 9-12. Indianapolis Met is a best-fit school for students experiencing circumstance that may present a barrier to education. Our school places an emphasis on ensuring students enroll in college or enter into a career that offers a living wage post-graduation. Indianapolis Met is designed to serve students who are experiencing circumstances that may become barriers to their education.   Job Summary The Behavior Specialist serves as a member of the Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) team at the Indianapolis Metropolitan High School and will be a member of a school community with an educational model that complements the acclaimed barrier removal work Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana does at The Excel Centers, Nurse-Family Partnership, and other award-winning programs.  Utilizing a positive behavior and restorative model, the specialist works with the SEL team to implement the SEL model and provide targeted assistance and services to students in grades 9-12 in a “best fit” environment for teenagers with significant barriers to education. With our core values of Professional, Unstoppable, Motivated, Accountable, and Supportive, the school priorities include: - High rigor, high support instruction to close academic gaps and prepare students for post-secondary opportunities. - Trauma-informed social-emotional learning.  - Student and family empowerment through coordination with a robust student services team of coaches, counselors, and more.   Example Duties and Activities - Executes proactive and reactive systems to influence student behavior and build social-emotional skills in alignment with the school’s social-emotional learning (SEL) model - Responds to and influences student behavior with a focus on positive incentives, restorative strategies, and explicit teaching of new social-emotional skills. - Provides consistent and fair follow-through on both major and minor behaviors per school policies. - Uses restorative practices and SEL strategies to identify root causes of behavior alongside students, families, staff, and stakeholders. - Implements a progressive series of consequences focused on the teaching of skills and prevention of future behaviors. - Invests students, families, and stakeholders in the vision for restorative practices including developing prosocial behaviors and SEL skill-focused consequences.  - Uses restorative practices to de-escalate challenging situations, helps those in disagreement to listen to each other, and facilitates the creation of shared agreements.  - Prioritizes competing, time-sensitive demands with proactive priorities while upholding commitments consistently. - Models self-regulation and maintains composure in stressful or escalated situations.   - Assists students with academic work completion when in redirection for an extended period of time. - Tracks, maintains, and reviews accurate, compliant data about student behavior and identifies patterns in students served.  Monitors student progress and adjusts plans based on ongoing data review. - Assists with supervision of the school building, including escorting students from class as needed and monitoring the cafeteria, hallways, or other areas as needed.  Assists students to their destinations, aiding teachers with traffic monitoring. - Drives mini-bus to help with daily transportation of students.  As needed, travels on Indy Go buses with students and provides supervision at bus stops/stations to support student behavior and safety. - Builds relationships with students and their webs of support.  Communicates strengths and challenges frequently and uses restorative approaches to resolve conflict.  - Partners with colleagues to refer and connect students to wraparound supports including Family Empowerment Coaching for internal and community resources, Social-Emotional Learning, Special Education, and more.    Required Competencies - Degree and Credential Requirements - High school diploma or GED required.  - Industry Expertise - Has worked ideally with high school students, in helping them successfully learn and practice key areas of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making. - Behavior Interventions - Has assisted in implementing restorative practices, trauma-informed practices, positive behavior interventions and supports, and crisis prevention and intervention. - Communication Skills - Articulates thoughts and expresses ideas effectively using oral, written, visual, and non-verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills to comprehend customers' needs. Delivers information in person, in writing, and in a digital world. - Student Engagement - Takes a strengths-based, student-centered approach to developing relationships at all levels while establishing appropriate boundaries. Adept at delivering feedback that is constructive and unbiased. Creates and maintains a safe environment for open discussions. - Conflict Resolution - Anticipates, diffuses, and resolves disagreements, confrontations, tensions, and complaints in a practical and constructive manner in order to achieve results.  Models concepts of motivational interviewing, coaching, and reflective practice. - Data Review and Reporting - Collects, interprets, and examines data to identify root causes, evaluate actions, and continuously improve processes to achieve program goals. - Organizational Aptitude - Plans and attends to details and pursues quality in accomplishing multiple tasks in an organized and timely fashion. Exhibits careful attention to detail and follow-through. - Technical Knowledge –Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office. Other Requirements - Background Screening - All candidates must pass a pre-employment background check.  Must have a valid driver’s license, a good driving record, and qualify under the district’s insurance carrier when driving a district vehicle.  Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes:   - Continuing education and leadership development - Comprehensive health plan - Paid time off (PTO) and paid holidays - Life, dental and vision insurance - Short- and long-term disability plans - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pretax health spending account, dependent care spending account and premiums - Retirement plan with generous match or contribution into Teachers’ Retirement Fund for eligible employees - Eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) federal program Mission and Values:click here Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled IndianapolisMet1
Job ID
2022-8644
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.
Goodwill Education Initiatives Goodwill strongly believes it is essential to raise education attainment levels in Indiana. Not only are the lifetime earnings of high school graduates significantly higher than those of dropouts, children of high school graduates are 50% less likely to drop out of high school than the children of dropouts are. Goodwill provides opportunities for adults (The Excel Center) and youth (Indianapolis Metropolitan High School).   The Indianapolis Metropolitan Charter High School: Indianapolis Metropolitan High School is a free public school offering a high school education to students in grades 9-12. Indianapolis Met is a best-fit school for students experiencing circumstance that may present a barrier to education. Our school places an emphasis on ensuring students enroll in college or enter into a career that offers a living wage post-graduation. Indianapolis Met is designed to serve students who are experiencing circumstances that may become barriers to their education.   Job Summary The Online Curriculum Coordinator serves as a member of the Special Populations team at the Indianapolis Metropolitan High School and will be a member of a school community with an educational model that complements the acclaimed barrier removal work Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana does at The Excel Centers, Nurse-Family Partnership, and other award-winning programs. The Coordinator will facilitate online learning for students in classes ranging from grades 9-12 in a “best fit” environment for teenagers with significant barriers to education. With our core values of Professional, Unstoppable, Motivated, Accountable, and Supportive, the school priorities include: - High rigor, high support instruction to close academic gaps and prepare students for post-secondary opportunities. - Trauma-informed social-emotional learning.  - Student and family empowerment through coordination with a robust student services team of coaches, counselors, and more.   Example Duties and Activities - Creates an encouraging and structured in-person classroom environment, where students who are new to the school can adapt to school expectations and make progress on academic work. - Assists students in completing make-up assignments and remediation from teacher-led classes using materials provided by teachers.  - Provides students the opportunity to excel in credit attainment by overseeing online courses; this includes communicating progress to students, guardians, and other adults, providing assistance in reading, note-taking, and study strategies, and creating remediation plans for students who are struggling.  - Coordinates work-study students and volunteer tutors from local organizations and universities.  - Supports orientation for new students to help them learn the policies, procedures, and culture of the school.   - Oversees and serves as the liaison for an off-site program for students who are taking online courses, including monitoring attendance, course progress, and course completion. - Assesses and responds to evidence of student learning to differentiate and provide support for learners at a variety of levels.  Engages in frequent instructional coaching and professional learning community collaboration to improve student learning. Helps students recognize how the subject content aids in their attainment of postsecondary plans. - Fosters a structured and supportive classroom environment that is consistent with school agreements, is trauma-informed, and provides students with frequent feedback to support their social-emotional development.  - Builds relationships with students and their webs of support.  Communicates strengths and areas for improvement frequently and uses restorative approaches to resolve conflict.  - Collaborates with colleagues to refer and connect students to wraparound services including Family Empowerment Coaching for internal and community resources, Social-Emotional Learning, Special Education, and more.  - Participates in school cultural initiatives including facilitating an advisory class focused on an elective topic. - Supports the school community by attending extracurricular events such as athletic contests and family nights.    Required Competencies - Degree and Credential Requirements - NONE! We value candidates who can demonstrate capability and articulate how prior experiences will help them contribute. We believe in continuous learning and professional development. - Tutoring Expertise - Has a good grasp of a variety of subjects with an ability to explain concepts easily to assist,  ideally high school-age students in a high poverty, racially diverse setting, in achieving expected competencies in core academic skills.  Creates, adapts, and delivers instructional materials to break up learning into steps. - Results-Oriented - Is compelled to recognize what results are important and what steps need to be taken to achieve set goals or targets.  Adept at effectively prioritizing multiple priorities. - Information Monitoring/Reporting - Collects and reviews information to manage or improve the achievement of learning goals.   - Communication Skills - Articulates thoughts and expresses ideas effectively using oral, written, visual, and non-verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills to comprehend customers' needs. Delivers information in person, in writing, and in a digital world. - Technical Knowledge –Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office. - Student Engagement - Takes a strengths-based, student-centered approach to developing relationships at all levels while establishing appropriate boundaries. Adept at delivering feedback that is constructive and unbiased. Creates and maintains a safe environment for open discussions. - Teamwork - Works well with others and makes valued contributions to the outputs of others in order to assist the team or project to achieve the required outputs.   Other Requirements - Background Screening - All candidates must pass a pre-employment background check.   Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes: - Continuing education and leadership development - Comprehensive health plan - Paid time off (PTO) - Life, dental and vision insurance - Short- and long-term disability plans - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pre-tax health spending account, dependent care spending account, and premiums - Retirement plan with generous match or contribution into Teachers’ Retirement Fund for eligible employees   Mission and Values:click here   Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled IndianapolisMet1  
Job ID
2022-8643
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.
The Young Learners Childcare Center is designed to provide free, temporary, short-term childcare for the students of The Excel Center Clarksville until regular childcare is located. The Young Learners Childcare Center is available when students are studying on-site or are in class, and it will serve children up to age 12.  As The Young Learners Childcare Manager, GEI Corporate you will ensure the safe and caring management of all the children entrusted to the center, as well as the part-time staff, and other qualified participants. This means you will hire, train, coach, and help with monitoring children in the center, setting schedules, and developing learning opportunities for the children while in their care. Additionally, will keep parents informed of policies and procedures at the center as well as provide effective resolution for any conflicts that should arise.    Center hours of operation: Hours range from 8 a.m.–9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m.–5 p.m. on Friday. Hours will vary depending on location.   Responsibilities - Create lesson plans, schedules, planned outings and field trips. - Create and maintain a task list to achieve timely completion of audit items. - Track and document attendance, snack usage, budget, ages, families served, and the like. - Create a monthly newsletter for parents. - Create and deliver a utilization report to coaches and director. - Order all supplies for location. - Maintain regular communication with parents regarding services, enrollment, scheduling or routine changes and special events for the children. - Coach parents on how to create learning opportunities at home. - Ensures all staff members have appropriate tools to effectively perform their responsibilities, including updated training manuals, reference guides, and best practices procedures. - Coach and supervise YLCC staff members. Evaluate performance of staff members and recommend indicated action to Senior Director - Provide in-service training for team members in areas such as new policies, procedures, and regulations. - Keep track of attendant’s documents, attendance and training.
Job ID
2022-8642
Location
US-IN-Clarksville
Address
1329 Applegate Lane
Do you enjoy being part of a supportive and mission-based community focused on enhancing generational impact? Are you seeking a meaningful career in education but yearn for a less rigid teaching environment? Would you enjoy teaching an adult student population as opposed to minors?   At the Clarksville Goodwill Excel Center, school days are 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Mondays through Thursdays are instructional and Fridays are flexible/preparatory days each week.   Job Summary The Science Instructor, The Excel Center implements and develops The Excel Center curriculum and the success of its students. The Instructor facilitates learning for students attending The Excel Center, meeting students where they are.  The Instructor employs a student-centered approach effectively tailoring the instructional strategies to the student's needs approaching instruction with grit, creativity, and innovation.  Strategies include but are not limited to direct instruction, one-on-one instruction, seminars, self-paced lessons, and online learning environments.  The Instructor employs high-impact instructional practices and motivational techniques.  The position works with the instructional team in meeting the educational goals and adhering to the Indiana State Standards as well as continuously improving curriculum and instruction.    Example Duties and Activities - Designs and implements curricula and assessments that meet academic standards and measure progress towards student mastery of the Indiana Academic Standards, Common Core State Standards, and 21st Century Skills. Builds lessons around student needs, including online learning tools and content. - Identifies and tracks relevant student/school data/staff performance to set improvement and/or achievement goals and to drive future evaluation and feedback.  - Builds solid relationships with students.  Communicates student progress effectively with students and colleagues; partners with staff to ensure student success. - Communicates strengths and areas for improvement frequently and uses restorative approaches to resolve conflict. - Develops personal professional/performance goals and action plans to reach goals.  Reflects on prior goals and makes adjustments to professional practice and goals.  - Works directly with the school director to develop and implement school-wide goals around graduation outcomes, enrollment needs, student achievement, retention, etc. - Works with coaches and leadership staff to aid students’ progress toward graduation and postsecondary planning. - Assists staff with professional development, training, and goal setting. - Sets and maintains a high-performance culture for staff and students. - Participates in student recruitment, enrollment, and outreach efforts.   Required Competencies - Degree and Credential Requirements - Bachelor’s degree in subject specialty and a current Indiana Teaching Certification in the subject specialty, or the willingness to obtain an emergency teaching license. - Instructional Strategies - Employs various approaches, learning styles, and channels to instruct and engage students, such as communicating content in terms they can comprehend, organizing talking points for clarity, and repeating arguments when necessary. Uses a wide range of teaching devices and methodologies appropriate to the class content, the learners' level, goals, and priorities which increase student achievement results. - Communication Skills - Articulates thoughts and expresses ideas effectively using oral, written, visual and non-verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills to comprehend others' needs. Delivers information in person, in writing, and in a digital world. - Information Monitoring/Reporting - Collects and reviews information to manage or improve the achievement of learning goals.   - Teamwork - Works well with others and makes valued contributions in a team setting in order to achieve the required goals and outcomes. Contributes to creating a positive learning environment that promotes productivity, mentoring, teamwork, and partnership - Adaptability - Maintains effectiveness when experiencing shifts in priorities; adjusts effectively while maintaining a positive learning environment. -   Preferred Requirements - Industry Standards - Displays a working knowledge of the Indiana Academic Standards, Common Core State Standards, and 21st Century Skills and knowledge of disciplinary literacy.  - Teaching Expertise - Plans and delivers instruction and evaluation of student learning, ideally for high school-age students in nontraditional and/or in an adult education setting. - Diversity Awareness –Works with diverse populations including people who have experienced barriers to their education. - Technical Knowledge –Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office, as well as student information systems. -   Other Requirements - Background Screening - All candidates must pass a pre-employment background check.   Benefits: Full-time employees may participate in a comprehensive benefits program that includes: - Continuing education and leadership development - Comprehensive health plan - Paid time off (PTO) and paid holidays - Life, dental and vision insurance - Short- and long-term disability plans - Nationally recognized preventive health and wellness program - Section 125 pretax health spending account, dependent care spending account, and premiums - Retirement plan with generous match or contribution into Teachers’ Retirement Fund for eligible employees - Eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) federal program Mission and Values:click here Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled ExcelCenter1
Job ID
2022-8641
Location
US-IN-Clarksville
Address
1329 Applegate Lane
Starting at $15.00 per hour!!   Company Overview   Since 1930, Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana has helped Hoosiers become more economically self-sufficient through employment, education, job training, and health services. Today, we are one of the largest Goodwills in North America, providing services to thousands of individuals and families each year.    We change lives every day by empowering people to increase their independence and reach their potential. As employees, we thrive and work as a team living and breathing Goodwill’s values. When becoming an employee, you can expect to embrace the values of Innovation, The Value of the Individual, Learning, Employment, Self-Sufficiency, and Lasting Impact.    Job Summary The shift manager assists the Store Leader, Assistant Store Leader, management team, and staff to execute store operational goals of the annual operating plan. The Team Leader makes judgments involving customers, team members, operational issues, business planning, priority setting, compliance with company policies, and all areas of the business.   Example Duties and Activities Staff Management and Development - 60% - Provides coaching and training to hourly employees on daily tasks. - Participates in the hourly associate recruitment process including pre-screening and interviewing candidates, as needed. - Seeks out opportunities for professional development for both self and other team members. Operations - 30% - Completes day-to-day tasks and suggests efficiency improvements. - Integrates, represents, and communicates Goodwill’s Mission, Vision and Values to internal and external customers at all times. Financial Management and Reporting - 10% - Acts as a good steward of resources available at the site including people, time, and money. - Tracks and measures day-to-day sales, production goals, and donations.
Job ID
2022-8639
Location
US-IN-Bloomington
Address
512 S. College Mall Rd.
Starting at $16.00 per hour!!   Company Overview   Since 1930, Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana has helped Hoosiers become more economically self-sufficient through employment, education, job training, and health services. Today, we are one of the largest Goodwills in North America, providing services to thousands of individuals and families each year.    We change lives every day by empowering people to increase their independence and reach their potential. As employees, we thrive and work as a team living and breathing Goodwill’s values. When becoming an employee, you can expect to embrace the values of Innovation, The Value of the Individual, Learning, Employment, Self-Sufficiency, and Lasting Impact.    Job Summary The Store Team Leader assists the Store Leader, Assistant Store Leader, management team, and staff to execute store operational goals of the annual operating plan. The Team Leader makes judgments involving customers, team members, operational issues, business planning, priority setting, compliance with company policies, and all areas of the business.   Example Duties and Activities Staff Management and Development - 60% - Provides coaching and training to hourly employees on daily tasks. - Participates in the hourly associate recruitment process including pre-screening and interviewing candidates, as needed. - Seeks out opportunities for professional development for both self and other team members. Operations - 30% - Completes day-to-day tasks and suggests efficiency improvements. - Integrates, represents, and communicates Goodwill’s Mission, Vision and Values to internal and external customers at all times. Financial Management and Reporting - 10% - Acts as a good steward of resources available at the site including people, time, and money. - Tracks and measures day-to-day sales, production goals, and donations.
Job ID
2022-8638
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
9510 Corporation Dr.

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