Overview: The Broome Street Academy Charter High School will prepare our young people for post-secondary success that leads to positive life outcomes. We value student strengths and will provide multiple pathways to success through a curriculum of rigorous academic, career and social instruction grounded in the principles of positive youth development.

Broome Street Academy values:
• Partnership with Caregivers
• Growth Mindset
• Collegial feedback
• Relevant, standards-based curriculum
• Data-Driven instruction
• Cultural Responsiveness

The primary role of the School Community Aide is to support student learning and instruction by teaming with the Deans of Students to uphold the Student Code of Conduct. The School Community Aide will help to create a calm and supportive tone in the school by ensuring consistency in daily operations. You will do this by helping students to internalize and practice the school’s mission and values. You will support the faculty by taking initiative to support Deans as they address behavior problems and empower students in positive engagement strategies. The School Community Aide will support the community in the supervision of students.

Responsibilities:
• Model school expectations for students and staff
• Uphold the BSA Student Code of Conduct
• Ensure that all students are in their assigned classes by performing hallway checks
• Implement and follow policies and procedures for behavior violations as directed by the Dean(s) of Students
• Collaborate with The Door to maintain a safe community during and after school
• Assist in the supervision of arrival, lunch, and dismissal
• Contribute to a positive and productive tone while students transition in hallways
• Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications:
• Associate’s degree required, Bachelor’s degree preferred
• Two or more years of experience working in an urban school
• Excellent interpersonal skills with students, families, and teachers
• Bilingual (Spanish & English) preferred
• Ability to remain calm and supportive during conflict
• Relentless commitment to the academic success of all students
• Stamina to handle long days and the intensity required to work in a high-performing charter school
• A flexible thinker willing to do “whatever it takes”
• Retired/honorably discharged military and law enforcement veterans encouraged to apply.
• Word and Outlook skills strongly preferred

Hours: 40 hrs./week
Salary: Is up to $35,000 annually and positon is non-exempt
Contact: Submit cover letter and resume: Apply