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Experiential Educator, Kauluhala Summer Academy

  • ... Kea,au, Hawaii, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 32.5 per hour
  • Posted on: Feb 03, 2024       Expires on:

Experiential Educator, Kauluhala Summer Academy   

JOB TITLE:

Experiential Educator, Kauluhala Summer Academy

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Kea,au Hawaii United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Job Posting Title
Experiential Educator, Kauluhala Summer Academy
Employee Type
Temporary Seasonal (Fixed Term) (Seasonal)
Recruiting Start Date
01-30-2024
Work Year
Job Exempt?
Yes
Recruiting End Date
Open Until Filled
Aloha mai! Mahalo for your interest in Kamehameha Schools.
If you are looking for an opportunity to utilize your skills and talents and grow in your profession, while serving and strengthening our Native Hawaiian community, we would love to have you join our ohana!
Job Summary
Collaborates with instructional team to design and facilitate authentic, meaningful and grade-level appropriate experiences where students can explore and apply important skills like empathy, grit, resilience, and social responsibility.
Attends program-specific professional development workshops and applies innovative educational strategies to develop an enrichment focus that leverages the educators strengths and interests such as improv, sports, art, music, robotics, coding, animation, design, etc.
Regularly assesses student progress and uses data to modify curriculum and instruction.
Models mutual respect and enforces Summer Program rules and regulations in a positive and formative manner.
Effectively communicates with students, parents, colleagues, and program administrators.
Essential Responsibilities
  • Collaborates with instructional team to design and facilitate authentic, meaningful and grade-level appropriate experiences where students can explore and apply important skills like empathy, grit, resilience, and social responsibility.
  • Attends program-specific professional development workshops and applies innovative educational strategies to develop an enrichment focus that leverages the educators strengths and interests such as improv, sports, art, music, robotics, coding, animation, design, etc.
  • Regularly assesses student progress and uses data to modify curriculum and instruction.
  • Models mutual respect and enforces Summer Program rules and regulations in a positive and formative manner.
  • Effectively communicates with students, parents, colleagues, and Program Administrators.
  • Performs other duties as assigned or requested.
Position Requirements
Minimum Qualifications - An equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute for the requirements listed.
  • Bachelors Degree from a nationally accredited college and/or university in Education or closely related field of primary instructional responsibilities.
  • Minimum 1 year of related work experience
  • Knowledge of culturally relevant, age-appropriate educational strategies
  • Ability to attend five days of pre-program professional development
  • Ability to manage small and large groups of students in classroom and field learning activities
  • Possesses effective communication skills that build and strengthen relationships with and between students, faculty/staff, 'ohana, and administrators
  • Employs excellent organizational skills to coordinate numerous student activities and meet varied deadlines
  • Experienced with cultural protocol and has working knowledge of the Hawaiian language
Preferred Qualifications
  • Summer program teaching experience
  • Previous teaching experience in any of the following areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math, Literacy
  • Familiarity with Hawaiian culture-based methodologies, 'aina-based learning, and/or Moenaha
  • Knowledge of and sensitivity to Hawaiian culture and Christian values
  • Possesses a flexible growth mindset focused on cultural innovation to facilitate learning
Physical Requirements
  • Frequently sits, stands, walks and bends to manage the classroom of school-aged children.
  • Perform desk-based computer tasks and grasp light or fine manipulation, talk or hear.
  • Occasionally works outdoors, including walking on uneven ground and in outdoor weather including sun, wind and rain.
  • Occasionally lifts and/or carries, pushes and/or pulls objects that weigh 20 pounds.
  • Rarely twist, kneel, crawl, climb, reach or work above shoulder, or grasp forcefully.
Working Conditions
  • Work is conducted in a school environment and requires work to be conducted in non-standard workplaces for off-campus huaka'i.
  • Work is typically conducted Monday through Friday at normal business hours but evening and weekend hours may be required to meet goals and objectives.
  • Work is intense and fast-paced, with hands-on, project-based learning for students.
  • Work in an innovation laboratory context such as Halau Kupukupu requires flexibility and willingness for visits/observations by interested KS staff and partner stakeholders as determined by administration.
Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by incumbents assigned to this job.
This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the responsibilities, duties and skills required.
The incumbent may be expected to perform other duties as assigned.
For Internal Use Only: #LI-CAR
Federal law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities.
Please contact us at hr@ksbe.
edu or 808-534-8040 if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job or to perform your job.
Examples of reasonable accommodation include making a change to the application process or work procedures, providing documents in an alternate format, using a sign language interpreter, or using specialized equipment.
Compensation Benefits
At Kamehameha Schools (KS), we recognize that compensation is just one facet of a fulfilling employment experience.
Our commitment lies in fostering a positive work environment and equipping employees with the necessary resources to excel every day.
Our Total Rewards Program embodies KS's dedication to the physical, mental, and financial well-being of our employee ohana.
Explore our comprehensive
Benefits Summary
for more information.
Pay Range
$32.
50 - $32.
50
Primary Location
Hawaii Campus
City, State
Keaau, Hawaii
Additional Locations

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 03, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

32.5 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707363443-5bb7c0027a7572b9124e760d87c1bc98

LOCATION:

Hawaii United States

CITY:

Kea,au

Job Origin:

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Job Posting Title
Experiential Educator, Kauluhala Summer Academy
Employee Type
Temporary Seasonal (Fixed Term) (Seasonal)
Recruiting Start Date
01-30-2024
Work Year
Job Exempt?
Yes
Recruiting End Date
Open Until Filled
Aloha mai! Mahalo for your interest in Kamehameha Schools. If you are looking for an opportunity to utilize your skills and talents and grow in your profession, while serving and strengthening our Native Hawaiian community, we would love to have you join our ohana!
Job Summary
Collaborates with instructional team to design and facilitate authentic, meaningful and grade-level appropriate experiences where students can explore and apply important skills like empathy, grit, resilience, and social responsibility.
Attends program-specific professional development workshops and applies innovative educational strategies to develop an enrichment focus that leverages the educators strengths and interests such as improv, sports, art, music, robotics, coding, animation, design, etc. Regularly assesses student progress and uses data to modify curriculum and instruction. Models mutual respect and enforces Summer Program rules and regulations in a positive and formative manner. Effectively communicates with students, parents, colleagues, and program administrators.
Essential Responsibilities
  • Collaborates with instructional team to design and facilitate authentic, meaningful and grade-level appropriate experiences where students can explore and apply important skills like empathy, grit, resilience, and social responsibility.
  • Attends program-specific professional development workshops and applies innovative educational strategies to develop an enrichment focus that leverages the educators strengths and interests such as improv, sports, art, music, robotics, coding, animation, design, etc.
  • Regularly assesses student progress and uses data to modify curriculum and instruction.
  • Models mutual respect and enforces Summer Program rules and regulations in a positive and formative manner.
  • Effectively communicates with students, parents, colleagues, and Program Administrators.
  • Performs other duties as assigned or requested.
Position Requirements
Minimum Qualifications - An equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute for the requirements listed.
  • Bachelors Degree from a nationally accredited college and/or university in Education or closely related field of primary instructional responsibilities.
  • Minimum 1 year of related work experience
  • Knowledge of culturally relevant, age-appropriate educational strategies
  • Ability to attend five days of pre-program professional development
  • Ability to manage small and large groups of students in classroom and field learning activities
  • Possesses effective communication skills that build and strengthen relationships with and between students, faculty/staff, 'ohana, and administrators
  • Employs excellent organizational skills to coordinate numerous student activities and meet varied deadlines
  • Experienced with cultural protocol and has working knowledge of the Hawaiian language
Preferred Qualifications
  • Summer program teaching experience
  • Previous teaching experience in any of the following areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math, Literacy
  • Familiarity with Hawaiian culture-based methodologies, 'aina-based learning, and/or Moenaha
  • Knowledge of and sensitivity to Hawaiian culture and Christian values
  • Possesses a flexible growth mindset focused on cultural innovation to facilitate learning
Physical Requirements
  • Frequently sits, stands, walks and bends to manage the classroom of school-aged children.
  • Perform desk-based computer tasks and grasp light or fine manipulation, talk or hear.
  • Occasionally works outdoors, including walking on uneven ground and in outdoor weather including sun, wind and rain.
  • Occasionally lifts and/or carries, pushes and/or pulls objects that weigh 20 pounds.
  • Rarely twist, kneel, crawl, climb, reach or work above shoulder, or grasp forcefully.
Working Conditions
  • Work is conducted in a school environment and requires work to be conducted in non-standard workplaces for off-campus huaka'i.
  • Work is typically conducted Monday through Friday at normal business hours but evening and weekend hours may be required to meet goals and objectives.
  • Work is intense and fast-paced, with hands-on, project-based learning for students.
  • Work in an innovation laboratory context such as Halau Kupukupu requires flexibility and willingness for visits/observations by interested KS staff and partner stakeholders as determined by administration.
Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by incumbents assigned to this job. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the responsibilities, duties and skills required. The incumbent may be expected to perform other duties as assigned.
For Internal Use Only: #LI-CAR
Federal law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. Please contact us at hr@ksbe.edu or 808-534-8040 if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job or to perform your job. Examples of reasonable accommodation include making a change to the application process or work procedures, providing documents in an alternate format, using a sign language interpreter, or using specialized equipment.
Compensation Benefits
At Kamehameha Schools (KS), we recognize that compensation is just one facet of a fulfilling employment experience. Our commitment lies in fostering a positive work environment and equipping employees with the necessary resources to excel every day. Our Total Rewards Program embodies KS's dedication to the physical, mental, and financial well-being of our employee ohana. Explore our comprehensive
Benefits Summary
for more information.
Pay Range
$32.50 - $32.50
Primary Location
Hawaii Campus
City, State
Keaau, Hawaii
Additional Locations

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