Responsible for collaborating with program staff to manage direct services pertaining to students in grades 5th through 12th. Incumbent will assist with planning, coordinating and implementation of project programming and activities for students and parents. Handle the initial intake and dissemination of information for new LPP students. Help establish and facilitate partner relationships and UB LPP partner agreements. Manage LPP student enrollment and recruitment. This position will require independent judgment with minimum supervision.
Bachelors’ Degree in education related field. Minimum two years experience working with underrepresented populations and/or after-school programs. Experience with lesson planning, classroom management, and use of data in practice. Strong communication and diplomatic skills.
Master’s degree with minimum three years experience working with underrepresented populations and/or after school programs. Experience with curriculum design.
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