Jubilee Park and Community Center Job Opportunity

Jubilee Park and Community Center
Quality Assurance Manager

Job Purpose

The Quality Assurance Manager develops and/or selects curriculum, program materials, assesses curriculum, provides training for teaching staff, and ensures adherence to educational regulations and standards. Additionally, the Quality Assurance Manager oversees the implementation of the curriculum and works with the Program Delivery Manager to ensure delivery of the After School, Summer Camp, Youth/Teen and Adult Education Programs and manages the necessary assessments to measure students’ growth. The position will be a part of the management team that drives the overall strategy for the organization.


Primary Duties and Responsibilities

The Quality Assurance Manager performs a wide range of duties including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Works in collaboration with program staff to develop and/or select evidence-based curriculum.
  • Collaborates with program staff to assist in implementing evidence-based curriculum and assessments for their programs. Provides training to educational staff including, but not limited to, classroom management, instruction methods and student engagement.
  • Supervises the assessment process. Provides training for program staff on assessment methods.
  • Collects and reviews assessment data. Prepares assessment reports as needed for supervisory staff and funders.
  • Attends supervisor meetings scheduled with vendors.
  • Provides attendance documentation and student’ assessment scores to the Administrative Assistant.
  • Completes analyses of attendance records and assessments and implements program changes accordingly, in collaboration with the Director of Program Services.
  • Works with Americorps, After School staff, Summer staff, and Jubilee staff to ensure quality program training is implemented.
  • Collaborates with all staff to maintain high quality programming at Jubilee according to evidence-based national standards for quality after school programs.
  • Assist with promoting educational programming within the community.
  • Acts as a liaison between educational vendors and Jubilee.
  • Helps bring in resources, such as materials that can be implemented in the classroom.
  • Other duties assigned by Director of Program Services.
  • Provides pertinent information about programs’ needs to appropriate staff and partnering agencies
  • Helps translate letters to community members and translate information that is going to be distributed to community (if applicable)



  • University degree
  • 5+ years experience in education curricula development
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred
  • Proficient in the use of computers, office equipment, Microsoft office applications, and Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) software.


For more information, you can visit www.jubileecenter.org.

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Dallas Can Academy is looking for English and SPED teachers

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Family needs someone to work with the 3 year old boy on behavioral issues, social and emotional skills and basic Pre-K skills and play time too! If interested, contact Savannah Seifert at sseifert@thelamplighterschool.org.

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Good Shepherd has some open teaching positions for next school year, and I am hopeful you have some current MAT students or recent graduates who might be interested. We are looking for:

Lower School classroom teacher (elementary)
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Candidates will need at least 3 years of classroom teaching experience and, ideally, have or working towards a Masters degree. More information on our openings is available here:

Please contact , Andrea Jenkins, Director of Curriculum if you have questions at AJenkins@gsesdallas.org

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Nanny position available

Need someone experienced, flexible and passionate about children to babysit five days a week (M-F) for 2 boys (ages 2 and 4 ½.) The boys will be in summer camp every other week, so babysitting times will vary. When boys are not in camp, will need babysitter from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On the weeks they are in camp, will need to pick up and babysit noon to 5:30 p.m. This position can be filled by more than one person by either dividing the day or alternating days.
*This position is also being considered on a full-time year-round basis. During the school year, the boys schedule is as follows:
 4 ½ year old – Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday: 9:00 a.m. to noon.
 2 year old – Tuesday & Thursday: 9:00 to 2:30 p.m.
Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities
 Transporting children from camp and other activities
 Scheduling and coordinating children’s activities
 Planning meals and snacks for children
 Supervising children’s meals
 Cleaning and washing up after children’s meals
 Undertaking appropriate activities with the children including: creative activities, education activities and outdoor activities
 Planning and supervising rest and nap times
 Reading to and with the children
 Helping with homework
 Implementing daily routines
Education and Experience
 High School Graduate
 Proven Child Care Experience with references
 Further training in child care and development such as early childhood classes and/or in-service training
 First Aid and CPR certification
 Driving License
 Safe Driving Record
Key Competencies
 Flexibility
 Adaptability
 Passion
 Ability to multitask
 Emotional maturity
 Good judgment skills
 Planning and organizing skills
 High energy level
 Stress tolerance

Please contact MDavis@talonog.com if interested.

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