Website YMCA of Greater Richmond
The YMCA of Greater Richmond is looking for highly talented and motivated individuals for their Richmond, VA 23220 offices. If you are interested in the long-term career progression then apply for Assistant Teacher – Power Scholars Academic Enrichment Program – Richmond – Summer 2020 REHIRE in Richmond, VA 23220.
Job: Assistant Teacher – Power Scholars Academic Enrichment Program – Richmond – Summer 2020 REHIRE
Company: YMCA of Greater Richmond
Location: Richmond, VA 23220
This application is only for returning PSA staff who have been instructed to fill out a REHIRE application. New applicants should fill out a new application.
The YMCA of Greater Richmond is looking for enthusiastic, positive youth development professionals to serve as Assistant Teachers in our Power Scholars Academy Summer Program in Richmond City Public Schools.
Due to the collaborative nature of these positions, incumbents should be prepared to interview with both the YMCA of Greater Richmond and Richmond City Public Schools.
The YMCA of Greater Richmond is a nonprofit organization with the goal of strengthening the foundations of community. We do this through programs that help build a healthy mind, body and spirit for all, and our programs are built around our three focus areas: Healthy Living, Youth Development and Social Responsibility. The Y is open to all, and we pride ourselves on the diversity of our members and employees. As an employer, the Y seeks to recruit energetic professionals, encourage work-life balance, and provide opportunities for growth and development. Our employees exemplify and adhere to our four Brand Behaviors of Honesty, Caring, Respect and Responsibility.
The Assistant Teacher will work closely with certified teachers to implement academic enrichment programs for elementary school students. Specific duties include supporting the development of relevant lessons; ensuring academic and social development of scholars; working with teachers to identify scholar needs and create instructional plans; monitoring scholars’ progress and making recommendations for adjustments; working to create a safe and productive learning environment; and supervising scholars in day to day activities as well as special functions, such as field trips.
Academic skills, including proficiency in elementary/middle school math and literacy. Related college level coursework, along with high school diploma or equivalent is required. Excellent verbal, written, organizational and technological skills. Strong relationship building, communication and leadership skills. Commitment to teamwork, collaboration, and service to diverse populations.