Endeavor College Prep is a transitional kindergarten through eighth-grade charter school serving the historically underserved neighborhood of Boyle Heights. Among our early accomplishments are a 2012 California Distinguished School Award and a #8 ranking in USC’s 2013 list of top charter schools in the state. Our student population is 100% extraordinary, 97% Latino, 95% free/reduced lunch, 38% English Language Learners, and 14% of our students receive special education services.
Our team is made up of a highly collaborative group of teachers and staff who share a passion for closing the achievement gap. We use a co-teaching structure in elementary grades and team teaching in middle grades, modeled after the successful Uncommon Schools and Achievement First schools on the east coast. We have high expectations for academics and discipline, and simultaneously value joy in the classroom, making learning fun for our scholars and teachers. In September of 2017, we moved to a new, beautifully renovated campus in Boyle Heights just across the LA River from the Arts District.
The Human Resources Associate will provide administrative support to various members of the student supports team, especially in scheduling, parent communication, and clerical work. The Human Resources Associate will also support with specific HR duties.
The Human Resources Associate’s primary duties and responsibilities include:
- Manage all aspects of Human Resources including new hire onboarding and maintaining employee records in compliance with the all applicable laws and school policies
- Facilitate credential compliance for all certificated staff
- Coordinate annual benefits offerings, including managing the bidding process when necessary, for all employee benefits including health benefits, teacher savings accounts and retirement planning accounts
IEP and SSPT Meeting Scheduling and Preparation:
- Updating the master IEP calendar- help ensure all IEPs are completed before the deadline/due date
- Schedule IEP and SSPT meetings with parents and necessary staff (verbal confirmation, written notification, reminders, and follow up)
- Create and send the written IEP and SSPT notification, collect from student/parent and follow up with parent if not returned
- Request and ensure timely delivery of Present Levels of Performance reports (PLPs) from teachers and service providers
- Communicate IEP/SSPT dates on a weekly basis to campus teams/grade level teams to arrange for coverage
Other Student Supports Duties
- Interpreting at all IEP’s/SSPT meetings
- Maintaining the inventory of mandated parent notification brochures and notices
- Ensuring that hard copies of all IEP documents are timely received and appropriately filed and handled in the school
- Assisting the Student Supports team in documenting and disseminating information to the broader team about student accommodations
- Assisting the Director of Student Supports in the application and reporting for STEPS Grants and other applicable grants
- Drafting written translation of documents (not just related to IEP/SSPT’s)
- Supporting school-based operations where needed
- Other duties as assigned