ESOL Program Assistant
The South Carolina Public Charter School District is looking for an energetic and self-motivated professional to step into the role of ESOL Program Assistant at the District office. The incumbent will be responsible for assisting with all programmatic record keeping as it relates to Title III federal funding at our Columbia office to include, recording and processing expenditures and additional roles related to daily school district programs operations. Experience working with ESOL funding and programming is preferred, but not required. This position reports to the Chief Program Officer via the Director of ESOL.
- Supports the Director of ESOL to ensure reliable and accurate data and documentation per Federal and State laws and regulations.
- Attends all ESOL programs meetings, trainings, and conferences as required.
- Assists the Director of ESOL with coordination of facilities, registrations, supplies and materials for Title III trainings offered by the district.
- Monitors time and effort for any district level and school level employee paid through Title III federal funds.
- Assists Director of ESOL with review of federal program submissions in Epicenter.
- Assists Director of ESOL with review and preparation of Title III records and reporting.
- Assists Director of ESOL with review and preparation of Title III grant applications, amendments, and revisions.
- Performs general clerical duties as requested.
- Assists the Director of ESOL and Chief Program Officer in ensuring oversight of implementation of Title III programming in the SCPCSD portfolio schools.
- Committed to building great schools for the children of South Carolina.
- Proven experience with accuracy and attention to detail
- Competency in MS Office and databases
- Customer service orientation
- High School Diploma Required, Bachelor’s Degree preferred
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize work
- Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task
- Strong relational skills (patient, trustworthy, reliable, etc.)
- Experience working with Title III and/or ESOL programs is not required
Applicants should submit a letter of intent and resume to Emily Paul, firstname.lastname@example.org, Deputy Superintendent by Friday, June 21, 2021.