Director of Student Engagement

The Director of Student Engagement is responsible for creating and maintaining a healthy environment for the engagement of K-12 students. This position reports directly to the Senior Director of Programs. The Director of Engagement will work closely with other MSP Directors to lead the Social Emotional Learning (SEL) team and collaborate with the K-12 learning community and partners to create opportunities for students to lead and advance their personal and academic growth.

Campus Safety Coordinator

The Campus Safety Coordinator is responsible for safeguarding the students, staff, families, and campus property at The Monarch School. In this role, the Campus Safety Coordinator will maintain the safety of campus buildings, facilities, parking lots, walkways, and the grounds of the campus. They will be an ambassador of Monarch’s emergency protocols and procedures, and act as an initial responder for safety issues on campus.

Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer

The Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer operates at tactical and strategic levels to enhance the effectiveness of the CEO, Executive Team and the Board of Directors. In this role, the Executive Assistant-CEO is responsible for a variety of administrative and clerical responsibilities to support Monarch School’s CEO, CPO, and COS. They will act as the point of contact among executives, board members, employees, and other external partners, managing information flow in a timely and accurate manner. This position requires a high degree of confidentiality due to the work and high communication with the MSP Executive Team. This includes in-person communications, email, phone calls, text, etc. as needed and sometimes after regular business hours.

Grants Coordinator

Monarch School is seeking an energetic and innovative individual to become a key member of the organization’s development team. The Grant Coordinator, provides assistance to the Director of Development in communication with grantees, ensuring grantees turn in reports on a timely basis, and coordinating grants for our organization. The Grant Coordinator will be responsible for researching, identifying, and applying for new grant opportunities aligning with our organization’s mission and goals. This role requires excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders. The position will report directly to the Director of Development and works closely with programmatic and development teams. .

Resource Center Coordinator

The Resource center Coordinator at Monarch School Project will work in conjunction with the front desk receptionist, Family Liaison and the Family Resources coordinator to best support all Monarch care takers, students, and alumni. The duties will be administrative in nature; however, critical customer service skills will be required to manage and maneuver through the day-to-day interruptions, and fluctuating priorities and projects that will arise.
Priority accountabilities include:
Ensures effective communication to all stakeholders.
Keeps the Resource Center clean and tidy at all times.
Provide case management for caregivers.
Create logs and fliers as needed.
Be responsible for information displayed in the bulletin boards.
Create a Monthly parent Calendar of events.
Oversee all aspects of the Resource Center

After-School Associate (K-12) – Part-Time

The After-School Associate will supervise and work with K-12 students in daily program activities. The After-School Associate will collaborate with other team members, families, and school personnel to provide structured activities within the community. This role will also ensure a safe and supportive environment and offer program activities that include physical fitness, arts, academic enrichment, organized games, and healthy choices and behaviors.

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