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Employment Opportunities

CLK School District's current employment postings:

Horizons Alternative High School Principal

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Elementary STEAM Teacher

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CLK Virtual Programs Assistant Director

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Middle School English Language Arts Teacher

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High School Foreign Language Teacher

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AmeriCorp Literacy and Math Interventionist

A. Position Title and Service Commitment
AmeriCorps Literacy & Math Interventionist: 1200 hours from 08/30/2021 – 6/17/2022 (~35 hrs/wk)
B. Purpose/Impact
Many elementary students are not proficient in the areas of literacy and math at the end of elementary school, and as such, these students remain at high risk for failure throughout their K-12 education. To help all students succeed, AmeriCorps Literacy & Math Interventionists assist elementary students who are considered at-risk of failure, or they help preschool students gain the skills needed to enter kindergarten. Training in literacy and math interventions and strategies for working with children are provided during orientation. Additional trainings aimed to build leadership, develop personal traits, or expand perspectives will be provided throughout the service term.
C. Minimum Qualifications
Members will meet the following qualifications:
• Be at least 18 years of age.
• Hold a high school diploma or its equivalent or agrees to obtain a high school diploma or its equivalent prior to utilizing the education award
• Be a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States;
• Satisfy the National Service Criminal History Check eligibility criteria pursuant to 45 CFR 2540.202.
• Possess a valid driver’s license.
D. Position Summary
The primary duty of the AmeriCorps member is to assist the staff at the school in meeting the needs of the students served by the Copper Country Education Corps program. Interventionists provide tutoring, interventions, academic support, and act as role models to help improve student performance. They also may pre-teach lessons, reinforce classroom instruction, assist with homework, practice spelling, reading and/or math skills, read aloud with students, help with communication skills, model enthusiasm for reading and books, assist with progress monitoring, and help prepare materials needed to perform any of the above duties.
E. Essential Duties
All of the following duties and responsibilities are essential position functions subject to reasonable accommodations. All position requirements listed indicate the minimum level of knowledge, skills and/or ability deemed necessary to perform the duties proficiently. This position description is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Individuals may be required to perform other position-related instructions within the scope of their normal service activities as needed:
1. Act as a positive role model to students
2. Provide direct tutoring and intervention services to students for the purpose of improving reading and/or math skills
3. Implement comprehensive reading, math or early literacy strategies to enhance literacy skills in students
4. Interact with students in a way that encourages communication, critical thinking, and generates awareness of letters, words and sounds.
5. Participate in and plan/prepare for service learning projects and service days, such as Camp Read Away (Family Literacy Event), Make A Difference Day, and Adopt-a-Highway clean-up
6. Document service activities and collect data according to program requirements


Child Care Infant/Toddler Caregiver (Part-Time)

Child Care Infant/Toddler Caregiver (Part-Time)

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Custodial-Housekeeping Positions

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Substitute Teachers and Support Staff

We need substitutes in all positions. For more information on how to become a substitute teacher and/or support staff contact Amy Maki at (906)337-0311 ext:1219 or amaki@clkschools.org.


Please send inquiries to:

Christopher M. Davidson
Superintendent

57070 Mine Street
Calumet, MI 49913

(906) 337-0311 ext. 1217

cdavidson@clkschools.org