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  Job Summary The Excel Center Director provides a hands-on approach in directing, planning, managing, and coordinating the educational goals and vision of the school.  The Director meets desired outcomes in the areas of operations, curriculum, personnel management, and development, in accordance with the principles of The Excel Center.  Accountability is measured both internally and externally by state and local standards.  The Director supervises and manages faculty and staff, creates and maintains a safe and secure educational environment for staff/students, and manages the fiscal activities of the school.  The position works with the leadership of Goodwill Education Initiatives (GEI) in establishing school goals.  The Director is heavily involved with strategic planning within a fast-paced, high-change environment.     Example Duties and Activities Accountability Performance - Works directly with the Regional Director to develop and implement school-wide goals around graduation outcomes, enrollment needs, student achievement, retention, etc. - Develops graduation and school accountability goals for school success.  Strategizes and makes adjustments to ensure goals are met. - Establishes internal and external partnerships to enhance student achievement and post-secondary outcomes. - Ensures a high rate of graduates receiving dual credits and/or approved certifications.   - Reviews graduate data to make adjustments to the college and career programming of the school. - Tracks school and student data to drive goals for improvement.  Develops interventions and professional development in support of improvement goals. - Sets and maintains a high-performance culture for staff and students. Budgeting and Compliance - Monitors monthly budgets to drive conclusions about students, staffing, and the building.  Forecasts future needs and expenses to manage monthly and yearly budgets. - Ensures all state and central office reporting requirements are completed in a timely manner.   - Follows central office procedures and requirements for various school functions. - Maintains compliance with all legal, regulatory, and authorizer obligations of a school leader and special populations to ensure all students are being served. Student Recruitment, Enrollment, and Retention - Proactively manages student recruitment/outreach opportunities to meet enrollment goals. - Manages the student orientation process to maximize the number of enrolling students. - Strategizes and makes adjustments to ensure retention of students every term. Staffing, Evaluation, and Development - Builds an effective Excel Center team by promoting job opportunities, establishing a prospect network, interviewing applicants, and selecting qualified candidates for position openings. - Utilizes staff evaluation and staff input to identify strengths and areas of improvement. - Implements professional development, training, goal setting, and succession plans for all staff throughout the school year.   Required Competencies - Degree and Credential Requirements - Bachelor’s degree in psychology, human relations, social work, rehabilitation counseling, education, or related fields. - Industry Standards - Displays a working knowledge of the Indiana Academic Standards, Common Core State Standards, and 21st Century Skills and knowledge of disciplinary literacy.  - Proven Leadership - Leads, develops, and gets results for a team, department, and organization through qualities of integrity, accountability, empathy, humility, resilience, vision, influence, and positivity, ideally in a school leadership role managing professionals. - 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. - 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, as well as student information systems. - Informed Decision-Making - Identifies and comprehends issues, problems, and opportunities; compares data from different sources to draw conclusions; uses effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions; takes action that is consistent with available facts, constraints, and probable consequences. - Information Monitoring/Reporting/Design - Creates, collects, reviews, and maintains information to manage or improve the achievement of learning goals.    - Adaptability - Maintains effectiveness when experiencing shifts in priorities; adjusts effectively while maintaining a positive learning environment.   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   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
Job ID
2022-8619
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.
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?  At the Shelbyville Goodwill Excel Center, school days are 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.    Job Summary The College and Career Readiness Specialist (CCR Specialist) builds relationships, systems, and programs to ensure that each student at The Excel Center graduates with a realistic career plan that is connected to postsecondary employment and education.  The CCR Specialist provides direct advising and case management services for students as they near graduation and will be instrumental in the implementation of a comprehensive foundational career-development program, which allows for intentional advisement of students on academic diploma tracks and enrollment in industry-recognized certification courses and/or in dual-credit course attainment.  The CCR Specialist develops and maintains an industry-based network of community partners, along with close-knit working relationships with local college and university staff, departments, and enrollment protocol.  The work of the CCR Specialist assures that our graduates are directed to a viable pathway into a career and/or college placement, prepared with the skills, resources, and assistance to actualize their postsecondary plan.   The CCR Specialist facilitates the student path, from enrollment through graduation, to successfully transition into work and/or college engagement, and culminating with the CCR Specialist following up with The Excel Center graduates/alumni to assure sustained success along their career pathways.    Example Duties and Activities - Creates and maintains relationships with community partners, certification providers, and employers to aid the needs of students. - Strategically implements programming to expose students to workplace experiences to increase interest while utilizing internal and external resources.  Refers students to internal partners and tracks employment/work-based learning opportunities. - Implements programming to expose students to college experiences to increase interest.  Connects and enrolls students into dual credits and/or certification opportunities that align with their post-secondary plans. - Facilitates the graduation capstone course with fidelity to The Excel Center model.  Adapts the course to meet the needs of all students based on readiness, interests, and special populations. - Identifies and tracks relevant student/school data/staff performance to set improvement and/or achievement goals and to drive future evaluation and feedback.  - Partners with various administrative teams and instructors to conduct interventions with systems, staff, and students. - 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. - 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 business, human relations, rehabilitation counseling, or related fields. - Industry Expertise -  Works in a secondary or higher education setting, and/or in career counseling and workforce development.  Is knowledgeable of the financial aid process, college admissions process, and various scholarships, internships, and certifications.   - Technical Knowledge –Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office, as well as student information systems. - 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. - Diversity Awareness –Works with diverse populations including people who have experienced barriers to their education. - Informed Decision-Making - Identifies and comprehends issues, problems, and opportunities; compares data from different sources to draw conclusions; uses effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions; takes action that is consistent with available facts, constraints, and probable consequences. - 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. Preferred Competencies  - Program Management - Is skilled at developing, organizing, monitoring, and evaluating career pathway development programs, including writing policies and procedures, mapped to learning goals that align with post-secondary plans.  - Building Collaborative Relationships - Develops, maintains, and strengthens partnerships with others inside or outside the organization who can provide information, assistance, and support.  Has an established, professional network of community resources, employers, Indiana State agencies, and others. 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 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  
Job ID
2022-8617
Location
US-IN-Shelbyville
Address
117 North Harrison St.
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 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
2022-8615
Location
US-IN-New Albany
Address
375 Professional Court
A signing bonus of $375 will be paid at 90 days of employment.   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.   Job Summary The Paraprofessional provides student assistance and guidance for online classes and manages the organization and coordination of office operations, procedures, and resources to facilitate organizational effectiveness and efficiency of The Excel Center.  The Paraprofessional works closely with staff and students to supervise and maintain orderly operations for the school.  Works with The Excel Center online instructors by assisting with broadcasting the class, collecting paperwork, and making sure students comprehend coursework.  Other duties include setting up student accounts, assisting with credit recovery classes, supporting iExcel, and updating attendance records. The position works with the instructional team in meeting educational goals and adhering to the Indiana Academic Standards.    Example Duties and Activities - Provides students the opportunity to achieve credit attainment by assisting with online courses and ensuring student comprehension; this includes providing assistance in reading, note-taking, and study strategies, and helping with remediation plans for students who are struggling while maintaining classroom order and discipline. - Sets up student accounts and tracks relevant student/school data/staff performance to set improvement and/or achievement goals and to drive future evaluation and feedback.   Ensures student information system is accurate and up-to-date.  Collects, records, and sends student assignments to appropriate destinations. - Monitors testing and independent study time.  Assists with attendance keeping. - Manages on-site enrollment for new students to include iExcel, troubleshooting, and decision-making in accordance with The Excel Center model.   - Assists with new student orientation.  Ensures students who are new to the school can adapt to school expectations and make progress on academic work. - Maintains office equipment and remedies malfunctions. - 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 staff 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 and outreach efforts.   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 an urban, nontraditional, and/or adult education setting, in achieving expected competencies in core academic skills.  Creates, adapts, and delivers instructional materials to break up learning into steps. - Academic Mindset - Possesses the essential mindset that all students can succeed.  Is compelled to improve the outcomes and lives of students in and out of the classroom. - Results-Oriented - Is moved to recognize what results are important and what steps need to be taken to achieve goals or targets for self or others.  Adept at effectively prioritizing multiple priorities. - 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. - 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. - Technical Knowledge –Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office, as well as student information systems and distance learning technology, preferably Blackboard. - Information Monitoring/Reporting - Collects and reviews information to manage or improve the achievement of learning goals.    Preferred Requirements - Diversity Awareness –Works with diverse populations including people who have experienced barriers to their education.   Other Requirements - Background Screening - All candidates must pass a pre-employment background check.   Benefits: Goodwill offers a competitive package of benefits even for part-time employment that includes: - 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 (or Teachers Retirement Fund if applicable)   Mission and Values:click here Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled
Job ID
2022-8614
Location
US-IN-Lafayette
Address
615 N. 18th St.
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 Lafayette 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 Social Studies Instructor 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 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. Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled
Job ID
2022-8613
Location
US-IN-Lafayette
Address
615 N. 18th St.
This is a great part time janitorial opportunity through Goodwill Commercial Services! The Federal Courthouse is located at 46 E. Ohio St., Indianapolis, IN 46204. This is a part time position, Monday through Friday, from 4p-8p. Previous janitorial experience highly preferred. You must be able to pass a federal background check. This is an Ability One Program contract site. For more information about the Ability One Program, please visit here.   This job has great benefits including 11 paid federal holidays, sick time accrual, and two weeks vacation time after being with us for a year. Insurance benefits for part time employees (including dental and vision) are of NO cost to the employee.   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 This janitorial position at Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana (GCSI) is a result of the AbilityOne program in partnership with GCSI and the federal government to provide healthy operations and environments at local federal facilities. The AbilityOne program is one of the largest sources of employment in the United States for people who are blind or have significant disabilities. GCSI is one of about 500 non-profit organizations that provides employment opportunities in competitive, integrated environments at federal government locations.   The Janitor keeps the premises of the office building or other commercial or institutional buildings in a clean and orderly condition.  Cleans office areas, courtrooms, hallways, lobbies, breakrooms/cafeterias, restrooms, elevators, stairways, locker rooms, and other assigned work areas.   Example Duties and Activities  - Cleans and polishes lighting fixtures, marble surfaces, and trim. - Cleans and disinfects the furniture and equipment. - Polishes metalwork. - Wipes down walls, ceilings, and woodwork. - Washes windows, door panels, and sills. - Empties wastebaskets and empties and cleans ashtrays. - Transports trash and waste to the disposal area. - Replenishes bathroom supplies. - Communicates with Goodwill management and customers when appropriate and as needed. - Transports small equipment or tools between departments. - Sets up tables and chairs in auditoriums or halls. - Sweeps, scrubs, waxes, and polishes floors. - Cleans rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, and draperies.
Job ID
2022-8611
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
46 E. Ohio St.
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
2022-8610
Location
US-IN-Carmel
Address
1122 Keystone Way
$1,000 signing bonus will be paid after 90 days of continued employment.   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.   Hours of Operation: 7:30AM to 5:30PM, Monday-Friday   Benefits: A Children’s Learning Center career includes: - Generous PTO even as a new hire - Comprehensive health plan as well as medical, dental, vision, etc. - Company provided life insurance and disability coverages - Retirement investment options with partial employer % match - Free college degrees through our Tuition Reimbursement Program - Flexible scheduling including no weekends or major holidays - 25% discount on child care services Job Summary: Under direct supervision, the successful Lead Teacher establishes and maintains a safe, healthy, nurturing, and educational environment: plans and implements daily classroom activities in accordance with program philosophy and guidelines; assists with training of new staff; supervises and guides staff assigned to age group. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function below satisfactorily. This role demonstrates behaviors consistent with our Mission, Vision and Values, on behalf of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana.   Responsibilities: - Represent Goodwill in a positive, pleasant manner by providing excellent customer service at all times. Serve as role model and adhere to Agency guidelines. Handle requests and concerns in a friendly, fair and impartial manner. Support the organization’s mission, vision, and values. - Establish and maintain a safe, healthy, nurturing, and educational classroom environment to facilitate growth and development and promote self-esteem; maintain child to adult ratio per state licensing requirements; use developmentally appropriate practices when working with children directly. - Prepare weekly lesson plans using Creative Curriculum, submit plans to Curriculum and Training Coordinator for review; implement plans after review and/or approval; develop individual goals for each child; observe and assess children on an ongoing basis; document observations about each child’s development monthly; share appropriate information with staff to ensure each child’s continuity of care. - Maintain parent communication through parent projects, newsletters, weekly notes, daily notes, and telephone calls; facilitate parent-teacher conferences twice annually. - Ensure that all paperwork is completed in an accurate and timely manner; ensure classroom binders (attendance and child records) are current; ensure CACFP attendance records and meal counts are recorded at the point of service; maintain confidentiality of information related to children and their families, operations, financial matters and personnel issues. - Ensure safety and security of facilities and Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana assets; effectively handle workplace incidents by obtaining appropriate medical treatment for injured children, parents and employees; report known or suspected safety and loss prevention problems promptly and according to procedure. - Ensure all work and play areas, including toys and other objects that children use, are kept clean and free of clutter; maintain supplies, equipment, and materials in a responsible manner; ensure the order of arrangement, appearance, décor, and learning environment of the center. - Assist with the orientation of new employees, trainees, and volunteers; provide general supervision of assigned Teaching Assistants; provide Teaching Assistants with updates from Lead Teacher meetings. - Administer prescription medications that are supplied by parents when parents have provided a copy of the prescription, signed a written consent and a waiver form, and have documented exact times and dosage for medication to be administered to their child; provide minor, minimally invasive procedures (i.e. catheterization, etc.) as required when parents have provided the materials, signed a written consent and a waiver form, and have documented exact or applicable times procedures should be administered. - Attend and participate in regular child care meetings and training sessions as scheduled. - Cooperatively participate in shared responsibilities; assist with backup coverage and perform other related duties as assigned, requested or required. Position Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED - At least twenty-one (21) years of age. - At least one (1) year experience working with children birth to 6 years old, preferably in a classroom setting. - Must be able to accommodate the operational schedule of the Children’s Learning Center. - Successful completion of pre-employment background investigation, including periodic drug screening, physicals and yearly TB tests. - Successful completion of all applicable training requirements: new hire training manual and checklist; twenty-four (24) hours of annual child development training; annual training on medication, universal precautions, and food program; CPR and first aid certification. - Excellent interpersonal skills; excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills; ability to speak persuasively to a variety of audiences, especially children; ability to foster a strong team atmosphere. - Strong leadership skills; demonstrated ability to lead people and get results; high energy motivator. - Ability to follow instructions and comply with policies & procedures; ability to read, analyze and interpret instructions and documents relating to child care. - Ability to complete reports accurately as assigned; ability to maintain confidentiality of information. - Ability to promote a safe working environment and to ensure that all safety procedures are followed. - Ability to create a work environment that embraces, appreciates and fosters diversity. - Ability to lift at least 40 pounds unassisted.   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 find that we are at our best when we work together, as One Goodwill, across the organization, delivering vital services and resources, and empowering Hoosiers to increase their independence and reach their full potential.  We will continue to change lives daily through the development and execution of initiatives that enrich the lives of those we serve through education, health, and employment.  Everything we accomplish will be through the lens of equity as we work towards equitable outcomes for those who are facing systemic barriers that lock them in the vicious generational cycle of poverty.  
Job ID
2022-8609
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 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
2022-8606
Location
US-IN-Shelbyville
Address
570 Saraina Rd.
Do you enjoy being part of a supportive and mission-based community? 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 Indianapolis 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.   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. Job Summary: Under the direction of the school director, the Special Education (SPED) Instructor plans and provides for appropriate learning experiences for students with disabilities in accordance with a student’s Individual Education Program (IEP). The Instructor creates a flexible program and learning environment that provides specialized instruction for students with disabilities, such that the students benefit from the general education curriculum to the greatest extent possible when assisted with supplemental aids, accommodations, and other needed supports. 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. - Holds case conference committee meetings to assist in developing measurable goals and benchmarks to meet students’ needs. - Maintains accurate and compliant student records (IEPs and 504s) and prepares documentation as required by law. - Regularly monitors the implementation of the student’s IEP and provides progress reports to the staff, student, and/or family. - Develops compliant and comprehensive transition plans. - Maintains visibility in school building through classroom push-ins and communicates relevant information and data to staff. - Identifies and tracks relevant student/school data/staff performance to set improvement and/or achievement goals and to drive future evaluation and feedback. - 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. - 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 Special Education and a current Indiana Teaching Certification in Special Education-Mild and/or Intense Intervention. - Industry Standards - Displays a working knowledge of the Indiana Academic Standards, Common Core State Standards, and 21st Century Skills and knowledge of disciplinary literacy. - Federal, State, and Local Compliance - Demonstrates comprehension of federal, state, and local mandates governing the determination and delivery of special education services. - Observations and Information Monitoring/Reporting - Is adept at performing student observations. Creates, collects, reviews, and maintains information to manage or improve the achievement of learning behaviors and 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. - Informed Decision-Making - Identifies and comprehends issues, problems, and opportunities; compares data from different sources to draw conclusions; uses effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions; takes action that is consistent with available facts, constraints, and probable consequences. - 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. - Coaching - Provides timely guidance and effective feedback to empower others to strengthen specific knowledge/skill areas needed to improve instruction. - 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 - Technical Knowledge – Has working knowledge of G Suite and MS Office, as well as student information systems and Indiana’s online IEP system. 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 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 find that we are at our best when we work together, as One Goodwill, across the organization, delivering vital services and resources, and empowering Hoosiers to increase their independence and reach their full potential. We will continue to change lives daily through the development and execution of initiatives that enrich the lives of those we serve through education, health, and employment. Everything we accomplish will be through the lens of equity as we work towards equitable outcomes for those who are facing systemic barriers that lock them in the vicious generational cycle of poverty.
Job ID
2022-8605
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.

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