Educational Program Associate, Institute for Human Development - ACED Program, Continuous Posting Location:
UMKC Volker Campus Full/Part Time:
Part-Time Job ID:
Institute for Human Development
ACED (Adult Continuing Education for Persons with Developmental Disabilities) teaches classes on four campuses throughout the Kansas City metro are. ACED is housed with IHD (Institute for Human Development) with the University of Missouri, Kansas City.
This is a temporary, non-benefit eligible position. Appointment periods are for the course session(s) with consideration for reappointment.
- Assist with campus enrollments by working with students to help enroll them in their preferred classes, as well as, assist with same day enrollments.
- Coordinate field trips and help students get on the correct bus.
- Provide instructor support, this includes managing supplies, attendance, and assist instructors on classroom tasks.
- Provide student support
- Assist in emergency situations, Education Program Associates identify when it is time to call 911 and to notify parents.
A high school diploma is required.
- Experience with the ACED program.
- Experience with a fire department, ambulance, or EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) experience/certification is preferred.
ACED classes are held on Saturday mornings. This position is expected to work 5 hours per week.
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