Castle Square Tenants Organization, Boston

Published 2021-12-03
Expires 2022-01-03
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Castle Square Tenants Organization, Boston
United States, Massachusetts, Boston,
Published December 3, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Castle square tenants organization

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Overview: Square Roots School Year Program is an engaging mix of academic and project-based enrichment programming. Our main focus is academic tutoring in the school year. Our enrichment activities include Literacy, Science Exploration, Math, Art, and Fitness. We are committed to being aware and inclusive to all cultures represented in our program. Our involvement with Nike and Reebok helps our staff and youth create healthy habits. We also have full day programming during vacation weeks that is filled with field-trips and enrichment activities Key Duties and Responsibilities: Duties: Maintain daily attendance and accurate sign out, help Group Leaders with daily activities and field-trips, and distribute snack. Adhere to all Covid-19 safety precautions On-time (punctual) attendance at work, all nightly staff meetings, and training/development events. Treatment of children with dignity and respect. Supervise children to ensure safety and appropriate behavior and manage transitions smoothly. The Ideal Candidate for this Job: An annual physical confirmed by a physician's statement, including documentation of 2 MMR immunizations. C.O.R.I and S.O.R.I. checks required Should be sensitive to the feelings and need of others, be able to relate well with staff, children, and parents, and have a caring and friendly personality Demonstrated commitment to teamwork and collaboration with diverse groups of people; ability to and provide/receive constructive feedback Embodiment of SQUARE ROOTS and CSTO values: teamwork, pride, respect, perseverance, courage.

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