NOTE: Awareness of the Native American Indian community and its needs preferred. Description: The Tutor of American Indian Students assists the Specialist of American Indian Education in providing educational service to students in improving academics and attendance. The incumbent assists in collecting information and data on students and reporting their findings to the Specialist of American Indian Education. Note: Awareness of the American Indian community and its needs preferred. Native American preference. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Assists K-12 students, including students with special needs, with improving in academics and attendance, which includes tutoring, to ensure that the student receives the best possible education that is available to them. 2. Coordinates group learning program sessions for students in order to utilize learning opportunities to facilitate the educational process. 3. Organizes and collects information and data on American Indian students in order to achieve academic goals, adapt to the changing needs of the students and submit reports to the Specialist of American Indian Education and American Indian Parent Committee. 4. Provides referral services to students in the areas of tutoring and counseling. 5. Maintains student records for the areas of responsibility. 6. Provides written reports to the Specialist of American Indian Education, the School Board and the American Indian Parent Committee. 7. May attend meetings, conferences and in-service workshops in order to keep knowledgeable in Indian education, culture, and community issues. 8. Other job duties as assigned. Minimun Qualifications: 1. Two (2) year degree or equivalent. Additional education is desirable. 2. Good human relation skills. 3. Good knowledge of learning skills for students. 4. Good knowledge of math and science. 5. Good knowledge of student behavior. 6. Ability to work effectively with parents, students and other staff. 7. Willingness to accept and follow direction. 8. Knowledgeable of American Indian education, culture, and community issues. 9. Experience working with American Indian children and families preferred. 10. Ability to work independently and in a team with minimum supervision. 11. Willing to work evenings, weekends and holidays. Application Procedure: Apply online ISD 728 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ISD 728 ensures equal employment opportunities regardless of race, creed, gender, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability. ISD 728 has a policy of active recruitment of qualified minority teachers and non-certified employees. Any individual needing assistance in making application for any opening should contact the Department of Human Resources.
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