Island Pacific Academy is seeking a passionate and progressive Secondary Student Activities Coordinator. Island Pacific Academy seeks educators who are dynamic, collaborative and who are always willing to learn and grow professionally. This position is a full-time, 12 month position. Responsibilities include:
Reporting to the Secondary Principal, the Student Activities Coordinator will organize and administer all student activity programs and co-curricular activities; supervise and provide guidance to students for student led programs and activities; provide communication between students, administration, faculty, parents and the community.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Plan, implement and coordinate all student activities and events including but not limited to Fall Fun Week, Founder’s Day Fun, Fall Formal, IPA Gives Back, Spirit Week, Junior/Senior Prom, Global Issues Day, Commencement/Graduation, Student Government Executive Council Retreat, dances, Make a Difference Day
Advise and supervise all student organizations and clubs, including oversight of Clubfest
Supervise Government Executive Council application and elections
Serve as Senior Class advisor and Project Graduation Committee Advisor.Provide communication to parents about senior related activities.
Serve as Community Action Service Coordinator.Organize and make available service opportunities for students. Coordinate with community partnerships
Oversee Leadership Internship and Independent Study
Oversee all secondary fundraising activities including Dollar Snack Shop, coordinate with Advancement and Finance
Manage, update and supervise student posted content on IPA Student Life Website and IPA Student Life Instagram
Establish and maintain “Big Calendar” and Student Life Calendar
Act as chaperone and provide chaperone coordination for Class Bondings and Project Graduation
Serve as an advisor for Mu Alpha Theta
Serve on National Honor Society Faculty Council, oversee NHS Individual Service Project, manage HS Society inductions
Coordinate and assist with Elementary division for activities such as Kinderbuddies, Fall Family Movie Night and other cross-division events and activities
Help with Pu’uhonua community days
Other duties as assigned by the Secondary Principal and his/her designee
Suitably qualified candidates are invited to send a letter of interest including a resume with at least three references addressed to Camille Pinard at [email protected].
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Education or related field
Minimum of 3 years of teaching experience
Experience developing caring classroom environments where instructional time is dedicated to community-building, conflict resolution skill-building, and empowering students to be creative, innovative, collaborative, adaptable, and accountable.
Excellent communication/interpersonal skills, as well as, a desire to collaborate with various stakeholders to help develop a whole-school community.
The ability to multitask and be flexible, in response to student, teachers, and school needs.