Responsible for providing administrative, operational, and programmatic support to Kua O Ka La PCS in the Accreditation process. Looking for an organized, capable individual that maintains a high capacity in communication and time management. The Accreditation Coordinator will direct the coordination of activity proposal process from its inception to the final approval. Including, but not limited to:
Create and Administer surveys
Compile, summarize and interpret data
Manage and maintain accreditation calendar and deadlines in all phases
Schedule, conduct and report on necessary meetings.
Develop agenda and distributes meeting materials for Accreditation committee
Communicate and coordinate with committee heads, faculty, student and community
Journals and logs process details
Completes required documentation and reports as needed
Preparing draft text summarizing keys ideas and data
Reports directly to Administration Team and works in conjunction with Chapter Heads.
Provides assistance to professional educators, counselors, social workers, and others by performing a variety of instruction-related and/or counseling or guidance support tasks; and performs other related duties as assigned.
Performs routine manual work in cleaning and maintaining public buildings;
Applicants must possess knowledge of practices, tools and materials used in janitorial work, and the ability to perform light to medium manual work; understand and follow oral and written instruction. Position is casual, estimated 10 hrs a week, or may be contracted.
General cleaning and maintenance of classroom and admin office.
Mop non-carpeted floors with the prescribed cleaning solutions, and apply polishing waxes.
Stock and clean restrooms.
Exercise caution in cleaning floors with power and data cables.
Wear protective clothing and gloves while working.
Perform relevant tasks as may be directed by the Supervisor.
Long-term Substitute Teacher
(Middle School / HS English,/ Social Studies/Olelo Hawaii)
An experienced teacher, to substitute for various short and long-term periods between the months of January and May 2014. Required experience in teaching two or more of the following: 7
grade English, 7
grade Social Studies (American, Hawaiian, and Pacific history/geography), and ʻOlelo Hawaii. Position would involve; Lesson planning, Teaching, Evaluation of student work.