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Curriculum Assistant Intern - Omaha, NE
Job Type: Part-time Employee
The Curriculum Assistant Intern will assist in overseeing the organization of curriculum supplies. This includes accurately filling requests for supplies, ordering materials, maintain cleanliness of curriculum room, and editing lesson plans. This position will require a commitment of 20 work hours per week throughout the school year.
Materials Management and Curriculum Support
- Assist with organization of curriculum room by keeping the table clean and the cubbies organized.
- Prepare Club materials for each 8-week session.
- Order materials following proper processes (purchase orders, credit card check in/out) as requested
- Submit order requests for needed supplies as required
- Update project binders, maintaining 100% accuracy.
- Pack and quality check project boxes to ensure all supplies are packed as requested.
- Format centers calendars and lesson plans to agency standards ensuring they are organized, and easily readable.
- Pack and quality check centers boxes.
- Make copies of lesson plans and materials as requested.
- Edit lesson plans to align with template format, adding Youth Work Methods strategies and Social Emotional Learning components.
- Work with Program Support Staff and Coordinators to improve lessons identified as problematic through Post Club Reviews.
- Get feedback from team to revise (peer edit), pilot lessons at program if possible.
- Save lessons and overviews on Sharepoint and get comments/feedback from Professional Development and Curriculum Manager to make final changes.
Related Duties as Assigned
The job description documents the general nature and level of work but is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all activities, duties, and responsibilities required of job incumbents. Therefore, job incumbents may be asked to perform other duties as required.
Reliable attendance/punctuality is an ongoing essential job function.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Ability to organize to maintain consistency and accuracy of materials.
- Great attention to detail and capable of meeting project deadlines
- Excellent interpersonal skills, demonstrated positive customer service skills, and ability to relate to people of varying ages and backgrounds.
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in written communications.
- Ability to organize work, have attention to detail, and plan/prepare for future work.
- Present professional appearance and demeanor.
- Use good judgment and serve as a role model for children and staff.
- Build strong relationships, engage with youth, and interact well with different individuals.
- Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
- Ability to work, problem solve, be assertive and make decisions with minimal supervision when required.
- Ability to show flexibility in response to change and adapt to and accommodate new methods and procedures.
- Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
Required of all positions:
- Knowledge of Completely KIDS mission, values, vision, and ethical standards.
- Knowledge of Completely KIDS company requirements including but not limited to the Employee Handbook and all organization-wide policies for compliance and compliance procedures affecting specific duties and responsibilities.
- Experience in curriculum writing and organization is required.
- Volunteer or paid experience working with at-risk, school age children is preferred.
- Volunteer or teaching experience in an educational setting with lesson plans is preferred.
- High school education with one year of college in Education is required.
- Previous education field program, or currently pursuing an education degree is required
About Completely KIDS℠
Completely KIDS ensures that our families have access to the knowledge and skills necessary to break the cycle of poverty. It’s our mission to educate and empower kids and families to create a safe, healthy, successful and connected community. In supporting this mission, we assist more than 2,000 children and families each year in overcoming barriers, as a result of poverty, to their success.