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Transitions Coordinator (Juneau)

Association of Alaska School Boards

compensation: $65,000 annually (DOE)
employment type: full-time
job title: Transitions Coordinator
The Association of Alaska School Boards’ Conditions for Learning (CFL) Team is looking for an experienced, organized and committed Transitions Coordinator.

The ideal candidate will be experienced with early childhood development and postsecondary preparation. Preferred Qualifications: Background in early childhood education or early childhood development preferred. Other degrees in related content areas would be considered.

The Transitions Coordinator works with the Conditions for Learning team to support schools and families to build skills, structures, and collaboration to improve outcomes for students at key transitions in their educational journey.
The first year of this position, the Transitions Coordinator will focus on early childhood transitions (to pre-school, kindergarten, and to 3rd grade reading levels).
The Transitions Coordinator will work with AASB staff, schools and school districts, grant partners, the Department of Education and Early Development (DEED), families, and other community partners to promote best practices to support successful transitions.
This position is primarily a systems support and coaching role. The Transitions Coordinator will be working with school staff and partners who are working directly with students and families. There are fewer opportunities to work directly with students and families.

Please visit www.aasb.org for a complete position description.

This is a full-time, exempt position. Monday through Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
Deadline to Apply: February 18, 2024.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Laurie Miller at lmiller@aasb.org.
For more information, contact Claudia Plesa at cplesa@aasb.org.
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post id: 7715367442

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