OCC is a multi-purpose, neighborhood resource center serving a low-income, ethnically diverse neighborhood. Services include casework, mentoring, community development and after-school and summer programs for children and youth.
The Teacher is responsible for providing supervision for students in an after school program—homeroom supervision for fifteen to twenty students during part of the afternoon and facilitating small group work for the remainder of the program. The Teacher supervises students in educational curriculum, Christian education, skill building, problem solving and recreational activities.
Education & Experience Requirements:
Previous classroom teaching or group experience with elementary age students along with at least 30 semester hours of credit from an accredited college or university with 6 semester hours related to early childhood education or child care, school-age child care, child development, elementary education, physical education, recreation, camping or other related fields, OR 1560 hours of experience in a recreational program or licensed day care center serving school-age children and 6 semester hours of the above mentioned criteria.
A passion for working with elementary students; awareness of the impact of socio-emotional development upon learning; sensitivity to the needs of students from low-income and culturally diverse backgrounds, strong organizational and communication skills. A commitment to OCM’s Statement of Mission and Faith. Spanish language skills a plus.
Part-time. 19 hours per week. M-F from 2:30pm or 3pm to 6:30pm Position runs August 27, 2018-May 24, 2019 with the possibility of continuing in the summer.
Salary for this position falls between $14 and $16 per hour based on education, skills, experience and language ability.
About Outreach Community Ministries
OCM is a Christian, community service organization seeking to attract and hire a diverse staff of highly competent professional employees. OCM complies with all applicable state and federal laws pertaining to nondiscrimination in employment, including nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, and disability. As a religious organization, OCM reserves the right to make employment decisions based on its religious identity, as permitted by state and federal law.