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(2021-22) Texas - Assistant Campus Coordinator for Co-Curricular Programs
Location GH Texas
Job Category Academy - Co-Curriculars (Athletics, College Counseling, After-School)
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Assistant Campus Coordinator for Co-Curricular Programs

Location: GH Texas

Description: Assistant Campus Coordinator for Co-Curricular Programs 

Summary: The Co-Curricular programs at Great Hearts Academies include After-School Athenaeum, Homework Club and Summer Programs.  A Campus Coordinator on each Great Hearts campus manages these co-curricular programs.  Reporting to the Campus Coordinator is an Assistant Campus Coordinator.  The duties of the Assistant Campus Coordinator may include providing managerial and operational support to the Campus Coordinator in the following areas: supervising program teachers and assistants, supervising and teaching children in the program, and assisting with duties such as scheduling, training, budgeting, payroll, supplies ordering, curriculum writing, general administrative tasks, etc.

Great Hearts Co-Curricular programs are an extension of the regular day/year at the academy, and as such, they provide scholars with additional academic opportunities, as well as culturally-enriching activities.  The successful candidate will therefore be passionate about high-quality out-of-school programming, especially in the areas of classical education and the liberal arts and sciences. 

Time Commitment and Reporting:  This is an 11-month position beginning in August and continuing through Summer Programs in June. The weekly hours will be consistent with program hours and may increase up to 22 hours depending on the week and needs of the program. It is a non-benefits-eligible position, reporting to the Campus Coordinator. 

Requirements: The successful candidate will be a principled, professional, experienced leader with an independent work ethic and a heart of service to others.  S/he must demonstrate sound business judgment, as well as extreme tact, diplomacy, and wisdom dealing with people.  S/he will possess requisite experience and interest in the field(s) of liberal arts and/or education, as well as experience with children and children’s programming.  Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Google suite preferred.

Must complete Texas Department of Public Safety fingerprint clearance and background check. Physical functions: Requires but is not limited to standing, sitting, repetitious hand and body movements, bending, squatting, and reaching. May be required to move or position equipment up to 50 pounds approximately.

Please send a resume and email stating interest to Christine Jagge – Christine.Jagge@greatheartstx.org after filling out an online application.

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