Five Keys Schools and Programs San Francisco, CA, USA
Sep 19, 2018
Five Keys Schools and Programs is looking for an experienced cooking/baking instructor to teach 2 days a week inside San Francisco County Jail. This is an exciting opportunity to work with our women and transgender students to help them develop job skills and engage them through hands-on instruction. Position is temporary, part-time, 11-3, $45/hr. Which days per week is flexible. JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ? Plan and present lessons effectively ? Responsible for student safety procedures in the kitchen ? Demonstrate sensitivity to various family and cultural patterns in planning and monitoring classroom activities ? Maintain a climate conducive to student learning ? Maintain classroom discipline and apply classroom management strategies ? Develop and maintain open channels of communication between students and staff ? Keep records that meet the needs of the students and teachers ? Maintain professional and orderly classroom environment ? Collaborate with internal and Sheriff's Department staff to provide effective learning activities for students ? Responsible for continuous supervision of students in the classroom throughout the day and report any incidents to Five Keys management staff, and correctional officers as appropriate ? Supervise students in out-of-classroom activities during assigned work-time, and accept responsibility for maintaining behavior standards school-wide ? Maintain standards of student behavior needed to achieve a desirable safe learning environment in and out of the classroom ? Provide a classroom climate and learning experience that supports the emotional, physical, social, and mental development of the student ? Abide by Sheriff's Department and Five Keys policies and procedures ? Perform administrative duties as needed ? Other duties as assigned KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS ? Culinary expertise, teaching experience preferred ? Read, write, and speak English fluently ? Understanding of or willingness to learn restorative justice practices ? Awareness of the Five Keys student population and the best ways to serve them ? Ability to maintain strong and appropriate boundaries with personal identifying information when interacting with students or community or program partners, and while at any school location or community or program partner site PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS ? Frequent and prolonged standing, walking, and sitting ? Frequent talking and hearing conversations ? Occasional reaching with hands and arms ? Occasionally lifting up to 25 pounds ? Ability to follow oral directions in emergency situations ? Clear TB test results dated within 60 days of hire to be submitted within 10 days of hire required Mission Through the use of Social and Restorative Justice Principals, Five Keys provides traditionally underserved communities the opportunity to restart their education with a focus on the Five Keys: EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, RECOVERY, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY. ? History Originally established by the SF Sheriff's Department (2003) as the first charter school in the nation to operate inside of a county jail, today Five Keys is a nationally recognized education management (non-profit) corporation that operates accredited charter schools and programs for TAY youth and adults at 70 locations across California. Five Keys operates with the goal of restoring communities through education and other programs that respond to the students' and community needs---which in turn creates safer communities. Five Keys provides a range of educational programs and services including: high school diploma, career and technical education, digital literacy, ESL, cognitive behavioral, recovery programs, case management, correctional education consulting and college access to transitional aged youth and adults in six California counties. Originally established by the SF Sheriff?s Department (2003) as the first charter school in the nation to operate inside of a county jail, today Five Keys is a charter management (non-profit) corporation that operates three public charter schools within the San Francisco Sheriff's Department, the Los Angeles Sheriff?s Department and 26 community satellite campuses in partnership with the reentry and workforce development community in SF and LA. Additionally, through contracts with the San Francisco Mayor's office of Economic and Workforce Development, Five Keys coordinates the education needs of the SF Workforce Development community. Through a contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Dept. Five Keys provides all the career technical educational and life skills programs for inmates in the LA county jails.