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Oct 5 / Donna Carroll

Birmingham Public Schools – Early Childhood Center Assistant Teacher

Birmingham Public Schools is seeking an assistant teacher their early childhood center.  This is an immediate opening.

  • Posting title –Assistant teacher-preschool classroom
  • Posting organization —Birmingham Public Schools Early Childhood Center
  • Brief position description  –posting attached; full time, M-F, 8:30-3:30, assisting with two other staff members in a 3 year old preschool classroom
  • Contact name, email and/or phone number — Laura Tinsley, Principal of Early Learning, LTinsley@birmingham.k12.mi.us, 248-203-5805

More Information and how to apply

Oct 5 / Donna Carroll

Friendship Circle – Special Needs Child Group Leader

Friendship Circle is a nonprofit organization that provides programs and support to individuals and families with special needs. Position open to students in mind that may be interested in an amazing, hands-on experience with children who have special needs!

Special Needs Child Group Leader

Oct 5 / Donna Carroll

Teacher Education Project – Research Participants Needed

Research Participants Needed                                                                        

Graduate international students are needed for a study looking into International Students Identities and Learning Trajectories. You are eligible to participate if: (1) You have lived in the US for 3 years or more. (2) Upon your arrival at the University, you took English classes in the  English language Institute (ELI) for no less than a year. If you are selected to participate in the study, you will participate in two interviews. Each interview lasting approximately 45 min to one hour. For taking part in this research study, you will be reimbursed with a $10 gift card at each interview for your time and any inconveniences. If you are interested in participating, please complete this brief screening survey: https://waynestate.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b18wOpGVJBcu6rz

For more information, please contact:

Suha Hamdan, Ph.D Candidate (En6250@wayne.edu)

College of Education, Teacher Education

 

 

Oct 5 / Donna Carroll

Romulus Schools – Elementary Teacher

Seeking an elementary teacher in Romulus – the best way to apply is through the www.resa.net website and search for “Wick Elementary School” as the location.

Oct 5 / Donna Carroll

Brightmont Academy – Instructional Designer/Trainer

Brightmont Academy is seeking an Instructional Designer/Trainer.

More information and how to apply

Oct 5 / Donna Carroll

Brother Rice High School – Long Term Substitute Teacher for Chemistry

Qualifications:

  • Education:
    • A relevant Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in content area
  • Certification:
    • Current State of Michigan Science DX or DC
  • Experience:
    • Three years of successful high school teaching experience, including successful teaching of science classes.

Position Summary:                    

This is a long-term substitute job, beginning in February, and Terminating June 10, 2019. The applicant will be a hardworking and enthusiastic teaching professional with excellent subject knowledge.

The position will involve teaching AP Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Honors Chemistry classes to students in grades 9-12. The applicant will be a motivated individual with a keen interest in encouraging and inspiring students to love learning and to excel in the subject area of chemistry.

Application Process:

  • To apply for this position, please send to jobs@brrice.edu
  • A comprehensive resume
  • A letter stating your personal interest in the position of Science Teacher for BRHS indicating how your skills, knowledge and experience match the responsibilities articulated in the job description
  • In 500 words or less, describe your educational philosophy and how you will put that into practice in teaching Science at BRHS
  • Undergraduate and graduate transcripts
  • A copy of applicable certification
  • Three letters of references including telephone contact information

Application deadline:  Applications are being accepted until position is filled.

Oct 3 / Donna Carroll

Michigan Science Center – Volunteers Needed

UPCOMING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

October 5: Manufacturing Day – Learn more
October 18: After Dark: Doomsday Prepper – Learn more
October 20: MiSci Free Admission Evening – Learn more
November 6: Election Day Free Admission Day – Learn more
November 11: International Science Center & Science Museum Day – Learn more
November 15: After Dark: Winter is Coming – Learn more
November 17: FIRST LEGO League – Learn more
November 21: Chess Night – Learn more
November 23: MiSci Free Admission Day – Learn more
November 24 and 25: Thanksgiving Weekend Celebration – Learn more
December 1: Noel Night/Day Free Event – Learn more
December 8 and 9: Computer Science Education Week Free Days – Learn more
December 20: After Dark: Robots – Learn more
December 29 and 30: End of Year Celebration Free Days – Learn more
Ongoing Opportunities: Learn more
Volunteer Orientation: Learn more

Friday, October 5, 2018, 9 – 11:30 a.m.
Manufacturing Day at the Michigan Science Center
Expected attendance: 100 – 250 6th -12th grade students
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Engage with individual or small numbers of students about their career as an engineer or manufacturing professional
  2. Facilitate and engage youth in “Energy on the Move” (or similar) activities
Volunteer
Thursday, October 18, 6 – 9 p.m.
After Dark: Doomsday Prepper
Expected attendance: 100 – 300 adults (21+)
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Facilitate and engage guests in event specific activities
  3. Assist with guest check-in and wayfinding
  4. Clean up
Volunteer
Saturday, October 20, 6 – 10 p.m.
(Staggered time slots are available)
Ignite! A Night at the Museum – free evening at MiSci
Sponsor to be announced
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Facilitate Explainer Station activities
  3. Activities unique to MiSci’s Smithsonian Spark!Lab
  4. Assist with welcoming guests, wayfinding and check-in
  5. Clean up
Volunteer
Tuesday, November 6, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(Staggered time slots are available)
Election Day is Learning Day
(partnership with Detroit Public Schools – reward for Count Day participation)
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Facilitate Explainer Station activities
  2. Activities unique to MiSci’s Smithsonian Spark!Lab
  3. Assist with wayfinding and check-in
Volunteer
Saturday, November 11, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
International Science Center & Science Museum Day
(Staggered time slots are available)
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Facilitate Explainer Station activities
  3. Activities unique to MiSci’s Smithsonian Spark!Lab
  4. Assist with welcoming guests, wayfinding and check-in
  5. Clean up
Volunteer
Thursday, November 15, 6 – 9 p.m.
Expected attendance: 100 – 300 (adults 21+)
After Dark: Winter is Coming
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Facilitate and engage guests in event specific activities
  3. Assist with guest check-in and wayfinding
  4. Clean up
Volunteer
Saturday, November 17, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(Staggered time slots are available)
FIRST LEGO League
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Assist with wayfinding and check-in
  3. Sign up for specific LEGO League activities and support
  4. Clean up
Volunteer
Wednesday, November 21, 3 – 8 p.m.
(Staggered time slots are available)
Chess Night
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Assist with wayfinding and check-in
  3. Support for specific chess activities
  4. Clean up
Volunteer
Friday, November 23, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(Staggered time slots are available)
Free General Admission Day
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Facilitate Explainer Station activities
  3. Activities unique to MiSci’s Smithsonian Spark!Lab
  4. Assist with welcoming guests, wayfinding and check-in
  5. Clean up
Volunteer
Saturday, November 24, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and November 25, 12 – 5 p.m. 
(Staggered time slots are available)
Thanksgiving Weekend Celebration
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Facilitate Explainer Station activities
  2. Activities unique to MiSci’s Smithsonian Spark!Lab
  3. Assist with greeting guests, wayfinding and check-in
  4. Clean up
Volunteer
Saturday, December 1 
Noel Night Free Event (possibly a daytime event this year!)
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Volunteer manager
  3. Facilitate Explainer Station activities
  4. Activities unique to MiSci’s Smithsonian Spark!Lab
  5. Assist with welcoming guests, wayfinding and check-in
  6. Clean up
Volunteer
Saturday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9 
Computer Science Education Week Free Days
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Facilitate Explainer Station activities
  3. Activities unique to MiSci’s Smithsonian Spark!Lab
  4. Assist with welcoming guests, wayfinding and check-in
  5. Clean up
Volunteer
Thursday, December 20, 6 – 9 p.m.
Expected attendance: 100 – 300 (adults 21+)
After Dark: Robots
Volunteer opportunities:

  1. Set up
  2. Facilitate and engage guests in event specific activities
  3. Assist with guest check-in and wayfinding
  4. Clean up
Volunteer
Saturday, December 29 and Sunday, December 30 
End of Year Celebration Free Days
Volunteer opportunities: TBD
Volunteer
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities 

  • Administrative assistance
  • BASF Kids’ Lab in Centennial Lab
  • Docent
  • Experience Engineer: technical, skilled trades, or good at repairs and fixing things
  • Explainer Station
  • Guest greeter
  • Kids Town
  • Spark!Lab
  • Special event help
Volunteer
Volunteer Orientation

  • Thursday, October 11, 2018, 3 – 5 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 13, 2018, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.

*Dates/times are subject to change

Groups and Individuals:
To sign up or get additional information: visit the Michigan Science Center website at Mi-Sci.org or contact Carole A. Wrubel at Carole.Wrubel@Mi-Sci.org.

Oct 3 / Donna Carroll

Romulus Community Schools – Elementary Teacher for Kindergarten

Romulus Community Schools is seeking an immediate opening for an Elementary Teacher for Kindergarten at Romulus Elementary School.

Additional Information and how to apply

Oct 3 / Donna Carroll

WSU C2 Pipeline – Employment Opportunities

C2 Pipeline is seeking two position for an assistant stite coordinator and activity facilitator.

Additional Information and how to apply

Sep 26 / LaSondra Dawn

Southgate Community School District Employment Opportunity – Technology Support Specialist

The Southgate Community School District has an immediate opening for a Technology Support Specialist.

Position Summary: Provide district-wide technology support to the staff and students to meet their educational goals and to ensure minimal disruption to the learning environment and operations of the classroom and building; and to support the technology requirements for the day-to-day operations of the district.

Principal Duties:

  • Provide support / troubleshooting via phone and in the field
  • Repair, image, inventory, and install software on computers and other devices
  • Troubleshoot and repair printers
  • Move equipment both within a building and between buildings
  • Prioritize, track and report on technology work hours
  • Assist the Technology System Administrator
  • Assist staff in the utilization of standard software package features
  • Troubleshoot, maintain, clean and repair network equipment, computers and peripherals
  • Answer questions and help users become efficient in the application of current and new technology
  • Provide training (when applicable) on the use and operation of equipment and software

Essential Skills:

  • Identify, research, and resolve technology related problems
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral
  • Strong help-desk, customer first attitude
  • Ability to learn new computer systems quickly
  • Strong organizational and documentation skills
  • Basic understanding of WDS (Windows Deployment Services)
  • Working knowledge or Windows 7/8/10
  • Working knowledge of Mac OS X 10.11 – 10.13
  • Working knowledge of Google Apps For Education administration
  • Working knowledge of both iOS and Android device deployment
  • Basic understanding of network infrastructure, both wired and wireless

Beneficial Skills:

  • Basic programming / scripting skills
  • Knowledge of Active Directory
  • Computer repair knowledge

Hours: Approximately 40 hours per week

Pay: $15.00 – $17.00 per hour depending on experience

Work Year: 12 months

Report to: Technology Director

Application Process: Please visit southgateschools.com, click on HR, select Employment Opportunities, then District Employment Opportunities

Non-Discrimination Statement

The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, (including sexual orientation or transgender identity), disability, age, religion, height, weight, marital or family status, military status, ancestry, genetic information, or any other legally protected category, (collectively, “Protected Classes”), in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.