Position Announcement 2014 SUMMER PROGRAM COORDINATOR

by admin on May 12, 2014

Position Announcement

Capitol Area Indian Resources, Inc.
3423 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA 95825
916-971-9190 / 916-971-0480 fax / www.cair.us


Primary Responsibilities: CAIR is seeking an organized, highly motivated individual to coordinate activities for CAIR’s summer session. This position requires oversight of instructors, both academic and cultural, scheduling field trips, and responsibility for students and oversight of summer session staff. This position is temporary F/T during the summer school months and wage is DOEE. The right individual will have an opportunity to stay on with our program after school resumes in the fall. We hope to fill this position as soon as possible.
 Plan, provide oversight and schedule multiple summer program academic and cultural activities for American Indian students who reside in the Sacramento Region.
 Work with CAIR staff to identify students, teachers (cultural), and workshops that fulfill academic and cultural needs of enrolled students.
 Ability to develop rapport with students in the program (multiple grades).
 Coordinate and oversee overnight trips that include cultural-based camping, college trips, etc.
 Fulfill program reporting requirements, in addition to contractual obligations.
 Other duties as assigned by CAIR staff.
Minimum Qualifications:
 Graduation from college or experience equivalent to the position.
 Demonstrated communication and organizational skills.
 Demonstrated ability to work with a Windows 8 PC, including Excel.
Desired Additional Qualifications:
 Ability to interact positively with the American Indian community.
 Ability to work independently and as a team; highly organized and motivated.
 Ability to accept positive feedback for improvements to the summer program.
Conditions of Employment:
 Good driving record, reliable transportation and adequate automobile insurance.
 Ability to drive large vehicles (SUV, vans, etc.), as needed.
 Ability to maintain confidentiality and pass a background check.
 Ability to work flexible hours with some evenings and weekends as scheduled.

Capitol Area Indian Resources (CAIR), Inc. gives applicants who are of American Indian descent hiring preferences (in accordance with USC Section 45, U.S. Supreme Court, 6/17/74). Employment is dependent upon continued funding from federal, state, local, and private sources.

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