Why work at MOS?
The Morgan Oliver School seeks to employ engaged and involved faculty and staff who are intellectually curious and civically engaged with their communities. We seek diversity in all things, including socioeconomic, those with disabilities and other marginalized groups. We are a new school, and when committing to join us, there should be an understanding that creating something is hard work. We hope you will consider applying.
As a condition of employment, all employees hired after August 19, 2021, are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and able to provide proof of such vaccination.
Salary is commensurate with education and experience. A benefits package is offered for benefits-eligible positions. The Morgan Oliver School is an equal opportunity employer.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and contact information to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Morgan Oliver School is looking to hire a responsible, dynamic and crafty, kid-loving, well-organized individual to run our aftercare program. Our community is like our village, and we support and require an individual who is compassionate and reliable, can connect easily with children and parents, and can be organized to maintain an attendance log of kiddos and close out our school space. We are an LGBTQIA+ and diverse, dual language, actively anti-racist school with curriculum and conversations that reflect those core values.
The ideal candidate should have experience working with a broad age range of children (kindergarten through 5th grade), organizing fun activities from crafts to baking to board games. Conscious Discipline is a must. We take on an appreciative inquiry approach to teaching and learning with kids.
Aftercare hours are Monday-Friday from 2:00-6:00. The compensation for this position starts at $18/hr or $1,440 a month.
Please visit our website, www.morganoliverschool.org to learn more about our school, and if the school seems like a good fit, email email@example.com with your resume, cover letter, and 3 references.
Job Duties Include:
Organizing activities for children. (Cooking, art projects, crafts, special programming)
Maintaining a record of which child participated in aftercare daily.
Communicating with parents and establishing a relationship with community members
Ensuring the school is tidy and ready for the cleaner in the morning.
Lock up the building prior to leaving.
Help facilitate after-school classes and parent volunteers.
Provide a healthy snack at 3:15
Assist children with homework as needed
Communicating with teachers/providers/volunteers for various aftercare classes
Coordination and schedule set up of aftercare classes for each new trimester, finding new instructors as needed
Assessing families’ interest or need for aftercare classes
Flexible for potential substitute opportunities