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04 Aug
2022

Ontario Promise Corps – Early Learning Advisor

  City of Ontario - Ontario Promise Corps

About Organization

The City of Ontario has an exciting opportunity for a highly responsible, self-motivated individual, passionate about working with children ages 0-4 and serving the community, to join the team as an Ontario Promise Corps Raising Little Learners Early Learning Advisor. This position will build relationships and awareness of the program in targeted neighborhoods via outreach and marketing, recruit a targeted number of participants and implement workshop lessons for groups of parents/caregivers and their children. As an AmeriCorps member, the selected individual will collaborate with librarians, business owners, the public and administrators to establish positive connections with students and their families; assist in evaluating and refining the Raising Little Learners program; create marketing materials; and perform other related work as necessary.

This position is a grant-funded position. While this position will work alongside the City of Ontario, it is not considered a City of Ontario position. Therefore the successful incumbents will not be considered City employees and are not eligible for any City of Ontario employee benefits. In lieu of City-sponsored benefits, successful incumbents are eligible for a program-funded benefit package that includes healthcare, childcare (space is limited), and mileage reimbursement for the duration of their assignment. An Education Award, (valued up to $10,000) is awarded to those incumbents who successfully complete all required service hours.

Job Details

The City of Ontario has an exciting opportunity for a highly responsible, self-motivated individual, passionate about working with children ages 0-4 and serving the community, to join the team as an Ontario Promise Corps Raising Little Learners Early Learning Advisor. This position will build relationships and awareness of the program in targeted neighborhoods via outreach and marketing, recruit a targeted number of participants and implement workshop lessons to groups of parents/caregivers and their children. As an AmeriCorps member, the selected individual will collaborate with librarians, business owners, the public and administrators to establish positive connections with students and their families; assist in evaluating and refining the Raising Little Learners program; create marketing materials; and perform other related work as necessary.

General Responsibilities

The essential functions typically performed by the Early Learning Advisor include the following:

    • Conduct group seminar sessions with caregivers and their children using literacy materials provided by Every Child Ready to Read curriculum
    • Assist participant children in improving their early literacy skills and abilities to reach school readiness expectations
    • Provide opportunities for family literacy involvement for Ontario Promise Corps participants including implementing Every Child Ready to Read literacy intervention
    • Develop and maintain a weekly instruction schedule for students
    • Assess, with a high level of accuracy, participants continual progress through progress monitoring and benchmarking
    • Document participants weekly progress scores and interventions
    • Regularly review participant data with program supervisor to gauge the effectiveness of the literacy intervention being used and determined if a change in strategy is necessary
    • Communicate with participants in an age and developmentally appropriate way
    • Professionally communicate with staff, other members, program participants, and the public
    • Build professional relationships with colleagues, supervisors and other professional staff to maintain good communication and ensure the integrity of the program
    • Ensure confidentiality of all participant records and test scores
    • Attend all required training sessions, meetings and coaching sessions, including Professional Development Groups and Member Meet Ups
    • Create and implement an individual professional development plan that includes goal setting.
    • Continually update sustainability binder in regards to methods for outreach, marketing, workshops, curriculum and evaluations.
    • Develop marketing materials.
    • Develop relationships with community organizations and local residents.
    • Create and present formal program presentations.

Job Benefits

healthcare, childcare, mileage reimbursement, student loan postponement, education award up to $10,000 (transferrable to family)

Salary/Pay Rate

$875/bi-weekly

Region

  • West End San Bernardino/Pomona Valley