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Job Title: Instructional Assistant Provider (IAP) – HS ASSETS

Status: Part-Time
Hours: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Pay Rate: $20/hour

Under the direction of the Field Supervisor of Expanded Learning or designee, plan and implement high school Expanded Learning program activities. IAP positions are distinguished from other positions in that it is an out-of-school program (before and after school, and some weekends). This position requires implementation of academic and enrichment program activities and instruction to 9th-12th grade students.


• Work with and instruct 9th-12th grade students in small and large groups. 
• Provide academic assistance in High School graduation requirement course work. 
• Implement effective classroom management, discipline and instructional strategies. 
• Set up activities on a daily basis; prepare and duplicate materials and operate instructional equipment. 
• Monitor and evaluate the program and student's progress. 
• Support daily after-school attendance sign-in/sign-out log and other records as required. 
• Maintain the classroom or learning facility in a clean, organized and healthful manner; storage of materials is required on a daily basis. 
• Assist students with accessing information on school based extracurricular activities, i.e. clubs, ASB, internships, sports, volunteer opportunities, field trips. 
• Work with school staff to assist students with college applications, scholarship applications, resume writing, Personal Statements, etc., as needed. 
• Assist with college and career and parent outreach events. 
• Assist students in gathering information about colleges and universities. 
• Help refer and connect students to the proper school resources in a high school campus setting.
• Supervise students in and out of classroom during various after-school activities. 
• Maintain frequent and regular parent communication and support parent involvement. 
• Attend staff meetings/planning/training sessions on a regular basis or as required. 
• Perform related duties as assigned. 


• College-level reading, writing, grammar, spelling, punctuation, mathematics and/or science.
• Written and verbal communication principles and practices.
• Clerical duties in support of classroom and program activities.
• Computer use and related software.
• Diversity of community, city and school District cultures and languages.
• State academic standards and various assessments, including SAT, ACT, etc. preferable.
• College application and financial aid process and applications preferable.


• Understand and follow oral and written directions.
• Communicate effectively in both oral and written English.
• Learn the procedures and functions of assigned duties.
• Establish and maintain effective, positive working relationships with students, staff, and administration.
• Motivate and encourage students to succeed and overcome obstacles to learning.
• Learn, understand and apply rules, regulations, procedures and policies.
• Work confidentially with discretion.
• Perform simple clerical duties.
• Perform the essential functions of the job.


Hours: 2pm - 5pm 


• High School Diploma
• A minimum of 48 College Credits or pass the NCLB test
• Concurrent college enrollment preferred or recent college graduate.
• Prior experience working with students or tutoring preferred.


• Bilingual desirable.

• Minimum age of 22

• Must pass Live Scan (criminal background check via fingerprinting)

• Provide a clear TB test 





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