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Special Programs Coordinator
|School Name||Open Window School|
|City, State||Bellevue, WA|
Special Programs Coordinator
Reports to: Head of Middle School
Hours: 40/week, year-round, non-exempt hourly position, eligible for overtime.
7:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
*Hours may be adjusted during the week to attend Tuesday afternoon faculty meetings until 5:00 PM, or to assist with Middle School programs that require early morning student departures or evening returns to campus.
We are seeking a Special Programs Coordinator to join our K-8 Administrative Support Team! The ideal candidate loves students, believes in experiential education, is organized and takes initiative. The primary responsibility of this role is to coordinate K-8 experiential learning and to support the planning and implementation of events including but not limited to Hallmark trips, field trips, community days, graduation, curriculum nights, school supply pickups, grade level excursions and other school happenings as needed.
The Special Programs Coordinator will closely with grade administrators, faculty, and students to design and implement in person and virtual learning extensions including field trips, service learning, excursions and grade level Hallmark trips. This position also includes planning and coordinating experiential learning and special programs students The Special Programs Coordinator is responsible for planning current year trips while also securing bookings for the upcoming year and maintaining relationships with existing partners for future connections. This is important work; our curriculum-connected experiential programs are a key part of what we offer to families.
The SPC will provide K-8 administrative support, including regular ordering and distribution of supplies K-8, coordinating the distribution of supplies, lunch/vacation/illness coverage for main and middle school office, summer camp support, ordering food for school events, occasional classroom supervision and other duties as assigned
In this role, the Special Programs Coordinator will collaborate with colleagues, investigates options, coordinates paperwork, communicates with families, finds solutions, and keeps track of details including student allergies and medical needs. This role is tasked with meeting hard deadlines and actively assisting whenever and wherever needed.
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Compensation & Benefits:
This is a year-round, full time, non-exempt position, eligible for overtime. Pay range is $22-$25 per hour depending upon relevant education and experience.
Open Window School offers a generous benefit package including 5 weeks' vacation and 12 days sick leave, 12 paid holidays; Medical & Dental, Life, and LTD insurance; and HRA/FSA & retirement benefit plans.
Please submit a cover letter describing your interest in and qualifications for this position, your resume, and answers to the Diversity Commitment Questions below. Applicants must submit an answer to both of the following Diversity Commitment Questions as a single word or pdf document:
Please be prepared to provide 3-5 professional references and one personal reference if requested. If you are unable to apply online, you are welcome to fax your resume, cover letter, and answers to the Diversity Commitment Questions to 425-644-6320.
At Open Window School, we value a diverse and talented workforce by guiding a mission and identity. We are committed to building a community that is welcoming, inclusive, and respectful. We do not discriminate based on race, gender, color, religion, Creed, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity an expression, national or ethnic origin, or other status legally protected by local, state, nor federal law.
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