Employment

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UpROAR Leadership Hiring Process will start in the beginning of 2017. Here are a list of opportunities that will become available: Commandant, Administrative Assistant, Instructor, Lead Instructor, Cadres, EC Teacher, ESL Teacher, Team Leaders, and Custodian.

Employment

Administrator


Overview
  • Serve as the point of contact for answering inquiries from the public about the academy and the requirements to apply for admission.
  • Ensure follow ups are done to update all applications missing information and review potential cadet applications for completeness.
  • Input necessary data regarding applicants into the ULA database which capture data regarding all aspects of cadet personal, training, and education information.
  • Ensure all files containing personal information are secured in accordance with state regulations.
  • Provide oversight of the academy Child and Nutrition Program.
  • Maintain required records and reports in compliance with the federal and state regulations in reference to the Child and Nutrition Program.
  • Ensure that the food service operates within established budgetary guidelines.
Requirements
  • High School Diploma.
  • Proficient in MS Office suite, Email, Internet.
  • The ability to manage and work on multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Requires strong communication skills, both verbal and written, organizational skills, both analytical and problem solving, and the ability to work with confidential documents.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and achieve deadlines under pressure.

Cadre


Overview
  • Report to Team Lead
  • Function as counselors, mentors, and teachers while communicating expected standards with the cadets.
  • Supervises and trains cadets in a quasi-military environment.
  • Ensure continuous and adequate supervision, accountability, control, training, safety, and well-being of cadets.
  • Conducts inspections of cadets, cadet learning quarters and activities.
  • Provide instruction to cadets when required in areas such as ethics, standards of conduct, physical fitness, and basic first aid.
  • Transports and supervises cadets when participating in off-site ULA activities.
  • Document inappropriate behavior for referral to the Commandant, President, and or the disciplinary board as needed.
  • Maintain accountability and serviceability of assigned equipment and supplies.
  • Ensure the safety of cadets and co-workers; use all equipment and materials in a safe and proper manner.
  • Be a Troop Leader with UpROAR Boy Scouts Troop.
Requirements
  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Minimum two years in the military (Honorable Duty- Copy of DD-214).
  • Attainment of an E3 or higher.
  • Minimum of 2 years working with youth.
  • Obtain a CDL license with passenger endorsement as required to drive a bus to transport Cadets.

Commandant of Students


Overview
  • Reports to the Chief Executive Director.
  • Responsible for supervising cadets’ physical training at least once a week.
  • Responsible for planning, attending, and supervising the ULA Summer Camp.
  • Responsible for the establishment of good order and discipline.
  • Responsible for the organization, development, and supervision of all cadets participating in various school sponsored parades and ceremonies, to include but not limited to the following holidays and special occasions: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Veterans’ Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
  • Assists in the evaluation of the academy program. Provide an evaluation of staff (team lead and cadre) and assists to initiate needed improvements.
  • Responsible for conducting classroom observations for all military subjects and content area classes.
  • Ensuring that security guidelines and policies are implemented and adhered to.
  • Plan and supervises school student activity programs.
  • Provides individual and group guidance for personal problems.
  • Assists in the care and management of the building and grounds, furniture, equipment, apparatus, books, and supplies.
  • Prepares required reports and paperwork such as discipline reports, suspension reports, expulsion paperwork, injury reports, parent communications, and other paperwork as assigned.
  • Assists in the development and administration of policies dealing with discipline, conduct, and attendance.
  • Maintains an effective and safe school environment.
  • Coordinates service to community projects.
  • Assists the President and Head of School with fire, storm, and tornado drills on a regular basis and is able to implement emergency evacuations and lock-down effectively.
  • Be liaison between UpROAR Leadership and Boy Scouts of America.
  • Be a Troop Leader with UpROAR Boy Scouts Troop.
  • Perform all other duties assigned by the Chief Executive Director.
Requirements
  • Education level of a Bachelor Degree in Human Services or Education.
  • Minimum of eight years military service (Honorable Duty- Copy of DD-214).
  • Attainment of an MSG or higher.
  • Minimum of 5 years working with youth.
  • Obtain a CDL license with passenger endorsement as required to drive a bus to transport Cadets.

Core Content Instructor


Overview
  • Maintains the vision and mission of the school.
  • Collaborates with the Lead Instructor, Head of School and licensed staff to design and align curriculum and formative assessments to North Carolina State standards.
  • Develops, delivers, and monitors effects of standards-based lessons aimed at near and longer-term performance objectives.
  • Continuously monitors students’ academic and character education progress and growth.
  • Actively participates in all ULA professional development activities.
  • Works closely with cadets to develop and implement Personalized Education Plans.
  • Provides personalized academic, college, and career guidance.
  • Contributes to the development of the early college credit program as needed.
  • Monitors daily attendance.
  • Maintains all required attendance and academic records according to ULA policies and procedures.
  • Oversight of classroom instructional team.
  • Create syllabus and rubrics.
  • Attend all activities designated as “Mandatory” and graduation ceremonies.
  • Models conduct that matches standards for good character and ethical decision making.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four year university or college.
  • State Teaching License.
  • Instructional expertise in a K-12 classroom (all applicants must have at least two years of experience in a K-12 setting as an instructor).
  • The capacities to define a vision, build a team, and achieve results despite tremendous obstacles.
  • At least two years of teaching and/or leadership experience in a low-income school with demonstrated exemplary student results (“low-income school” is a school in which over 50 percent of the student population qualify for the federal free and reduced meals program).

Team Lead


Overview
  • Report to Commandant of Students
  • Function as counselors, mentors, and teachers while communicating expected standards with the cadets.
  • Ensure continuous and adequate supervision, accountability, control, training, safety, and well-being of cadets.
  • Acts as the primary agent who modifies dysfunctional cadet behavior.
  • Conducts inspections of cadets, cadet learning quarters and activities.
  • Provide instruction to cadets when required in areas such as ethics, standards of conduct, physical fitness, and basic first aid.
  • Investigates allegations of cadet misconduct and takes timely, appropriate action as needed.
  • Transports and supervises cadets when participating in off-site ULA activities.
  • Supervise training site preparations and training operations.
  • Participate in, supervise, evaluate and recommend adjustments to cadet physical training activities to maximize the benefits of the program.
  • Assist cadre, instructors, and staff in cadet development activities.
  • Document inappropriate behavior for referral to the Commandant, President, and or the disciplinary board as needed.
  • Maintain accountability and serviceability of assigned equipment and supplies.
  • Ensure the safety of cadets and co-workers; use all equipment and materials in a safe and proper manner.
  • Be a Troop Leader with UpROAR Boy Scouts Troop.
Requirements
  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Minimum four years in the military (Honorable Duty- Copy of DD-214).
  • Attainment of an E5 or higher.
  • Minimum of 3 years working with youth.
  • Obtain a CDL license with passenger endorsement as required to drive a bus to transport Cadets.

Lead Instructor


Overview
  • Reports to the Head of School and Chief Executive Director.
  • Plan, develop, and provide instruction and assessment activities for Academy cadets.
  • Supervisory functions include training, coaching, mentoring, and counseling instructors as needed.
  • Perform class visits, audits, and observations.
  • Review instructors weekly lesson plans.
  • Establish and maintain cadet academic records.
  • Prepare and submit academic awards recommendations.
  • Request and manage all course materials required for cadet instruction.
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s in Education from an accredited four year university or college.
  • State Teaching License.
  • Instructional expertise in a K-12 classroom (all applicants must have at least two years of experience in a K-12 setting as an instructor or administrator).
  • A record of success in leading adults.
  • The capacities to define a vision, build a team, and achieve results despite tremendous obstacles.
  • At least two years of teaching and/or leadership experience in a low-income school with demonstrated exemplary student results (“low-income school” is a school in which over 50 percent of the student population qualify for the federal free and reduced meals program).
  • Broad experience to allow you to serve as an instructional leader to teachers of all subjects.

EC Instructor


Overview
  • Demonstrate an ability to form and maintain positive, nurturing relationships with students by building trust and supporting competencies through interest and active engagement.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of child development relevant to the age group of the students.
  • Work as part of a team to identify strategies to meet student needs.
  • Design and implement an appropriate curriculum for all content areas for special education students while providing necessary accommodations and modifications to the curriculum.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of and ability to differentiate instruction for diverse learners.
  • Assess student’s performance levels, learning styles, strengths and weaknesses, and develop appropriate goals and objectives.
  • Measure and evaluate student progress.
  • Participate in the IEP process.
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four year university or college
  • State Teaching License
  • Instructional expertise in a K-12 classroom (all applicants must have at least two years of experience in a K-12 setting as an instructor)
  • The capacities to define a vision, build a team, and achieve results despite tremendous obstacles.
  • At least two years of teaching and/or leadership experience in a low-income school with demonstrated exemplary student results (“low-income school” is a school in which over 50 percent of the student population qualify for the federal free and reduced meals program)
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