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The Youth Program Teacher

The Youth Program Teacher (YPT) serves as a teacher for the youth and a HYP team member.

  • Teaches students on the ABC's of education (attendance, behavior & curriculum);

  • Provides students with tutoring and academic assistance;

  • Utilizes Salesforce and other database;

  • Ensures that all documents of student interviews and contacts, in-person and collateral, are in HUNE’s database, as per HUNE protocol;

  • Ensures that documentation is submitted in accordance with HUNE standards, and meets all designated requirements;

  • Creates, organizes and delivers curriculum, lesson plans and activities for youth and for training purposes, as appropriate;

  • Assists program staff in providing direct educational services to children/youth, as appropriate;

  • Maintains current best practice standards for the youth programs through participation in conferences, workshops, reading related journals and literature;

  • Supports staff in assisting family/child in accessing and maintaining services necessary to address youth’s educational and life-long needs;

  • Creates a supportive, cultural and linguistic environment;

  • Maintains a thorough knowledge of community-based resources intended to assist families of children with special learning needs;

  • Networks with schools and community agencies;

  • Attends school meetings for students, as appropriate;

  • Maintains a current knowledge of the Individualized Education Plans (IEP) regulations and monitors compliance to regulations and plans, as well as best practices for youth programs;

  • Works well in teams;

  • Serves on designated committees to represent HUNE;

  • Attends national, state or local conferences, as requested;

  • Maintains a positive work environment;

  • Maintains confidentiality at all times;

  • Adheres to work schedule as directed;

  • Represents HUNE in professional dress, manner and appearance;

  • Conducts themselves ethically and protects the organizations reputation and values;

  • Exhibits an ability to handle conflict in a calm, appropriate, and professional manner;

  • Performs other related duties as assigned by Executive Director and/or immediate supervisor;

  • Reports directly to Executive Director and/or designee.


B.A./B.S. in Business Administration, Human Services, Education or related field;
Two (2) years of administration and supervisory experience, preferably in a not for profit or school and working with families of children who have special educational needs;

Bilingual proficiency (Spanish/English), both written and spoken


  • Knowledge of Compliance related information, including FERPA & HIPAA

  • Strong capability to lead and manage staff

  • Preferable experience in Education/Teaching related field

  • Infrastructure capacity building

  • Minimum of two years’ experience teaching;

  • Working knowledge of IEP/IFSP processes and compliance;

  • Working knowledge of web-based data entry applications;

  • Working ability in Microsoft Applications: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Excel and Windows

  • FBI, Child Abuse and Criminal Backgrounds requested prior to hiring

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: Up to $30.00 per hour

Expected hours: 9 – 12 per week



  • Flexible schedule

  • Paid time off




  • After school

  • Monday to Friday

  • No weekends


Work Location: In person

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