Director of Executive Administration

The Director of Executive Administration operates at tactical and strategic levels to enhance the effectiveness of the CEO, the executive team and the board of directors. In this role, the Director of Executive Administration fosters inter-departmental collaboration, proactively anticipates challenges and proposes solutions, and serves as a thought partner and project coordinator in implementing the CEO’s priorities. The Director of Executive Administration manages the CEO’s schedule and internal communications to support leadership in spending time and making decisions efficiently. This position is responsible for creating written communications and presentations for the CEO, preparing materials for all board meetings, and coordinating with external stakeholders in support of the CEO.

Human Resources Generalist

The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for performing HR-related duties on a professional level and works closely with senior management. In this role, the Human Resources Generalist will carry out responsibilities in the following functional areas: employee relations, recruitment/employment, onboarding, training, benefits, payroll, performance management, policy implementation and employment law compliance.

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.

Director of Student Engagement

Monarch School is seeking an energetic and innovative individual to become a key member of the organization’s social emotional learning team. The Director of Student Engagement is responsible for creating and maintaining a healthy environment for the engagement of K-12 students.

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