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Region: 13
School District/Employer:   Bartlett ISD
Position:  ACE Site Coordinator
Date Posted: April 04, 2024
Deadline:  Until Filled
Openings:  1
Commitment:  Full Time
• Overall management of the BISD ACE afterschool and Summer program.
• To successfully assist in designing, developing, and managing program components that lead to positive outcomes for the participating children and their families. 
• To develop and maintain a safe, supportive learning environment in which children thrive.
• To assist in developing a team that includes the principal, classroom teachers and ACE staff, parents, and corporate and community volunteers. 
• To actively participate in staff development workshops that are designed to contribute to personal and professional growth. 
• To report site activity to the Project Director and district leadership through monthly reports and weekly meetings.         
• Implement programs designed to increase student performance in core academic areas to prepare them for success on State achievement tests.
 • Assist with instruction and supervision of students.
• Implement adult community education programs for parents of ACE students. 
• Lead activities designed to achieve positive academic and social outcomes. 
• Recruit staff (with the assistance of campus/district administration). 
• Cultivate relationships with community partners and monitor partner participation in the program. 
• Assist in budget preparation, budget monitoring, and purchase of needed supplies and equipment. 
• Actively participate in all training and staff support activities and workshops required by the program. 
• Ensure all team members embrace and prioritize shared vision and goals. 
• Provide guidance to ACE Staff to meet their responsibilities. 
• Assist in evaluating staff performance and make recommendations for hiring, discipline, and termination. • Assist in providing resources and tools for all team members. 
• Maintain and manage inventory for all site supplies. 
• Provide ongoing opportunities for children to experience success. 
• Ensure that students are well-behaved and implement discipline policy when necessary. 
• Keep school staff informed about the Program. 
• Maintain the safety of students. 
• Perform routine first aid and seek assistance for serious illness/injury. 
• Assist in maintaining the maximum number of students enrolled. 
• Assist in effectively managing site operations, including timely completion and submittal of reports.
• Develop positive relationships with the school staff. 
• Recruit, retain, and work effectively with volunteers. 
• Make the program engaging for students and staff. 
• Maintain professionalism with parents, staff, and community. 
• Perform related duties as assigned.  
1. Education: 
Bachelor’s degree in education or equivalent preferred. 
2. Knowledge of: 
Basic concepts of child development and atypical child behavior characteristics; appropriate human relations and student needs; duties and responsibilities of a school district Instructional Aide; proper English usage, spelling, grammar, and arithmetical concepts; routine filing; computer skills and record-keeping procedures. 
3. Personal Characteristics:
 Possession of personal characteristics generally recognized as essential for good public employees including integrity, initiative, emotional maturity, dependability, courtesy, good judgment, and ability to work cooperatively with others. 
4. Fingerprinting/Background: 
Check: As required by the school district to work with children in a school setting. 
5. Physical Abilities /Environment: 
Physically and mentally able to perform the essential duties of the position without hazard to themselves or others. Ability to sit, stand, walk, bend, stoop, kneel, perform grasping and handling motions and torso rotations on a continuous basis; lift and carry 20 pounds of materials; reach in all directions. Adequate sight or corrected vision to read directions and printed or written materials; hear and speak to communicate with co-workers, students, and the public; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate instructional equipment. Work in classroom and outdoor environments, sometimes in adverse weather conditions. 
6. Other Employment Conditions: 
Willingness to work evenings and weekends when staff development, family engagement, or other activities such as field trips are scheduled.
How to apply:  Submit district application to:
                         Teddy Clevenger, Superintendent
                         PO Box 170
                         Bartlett. TX 76511