We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Campus Coordinator

The Campus Coordinator of Open Doors Academy serves the campus site’s team leader and representative. The Campus Coordinator provides leadership through direct daily involvement with the youth, as well as oversight of staff, and collaboration with community partners, families, and the school. The role includes the ability to motivate, influence, and shape individuals in order to assure continuous social, emotional and behavioral development of middle school youth. The Campus Coordinator seeks to strengthen the individual growth of the child, by working collaboratively with the parents/guardians, teachers, clinical counselor, educational specialist, and school counselors to strengthen the community system that the child inhabits.

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Assistant Campus Coordinator

The assistant campus coordinator of Open Doors Academy is a full-time position and serves as a direct support to the campus coordinator. The assistant campus coordinator provides leadership through direct daily involvement with the youth, as well as assisting with collaboration with community partners, families, and the school. The role includes the ability to motivate, influence, and shape individuals in order to assure continuous social, emotional and behavioral development of middle school youth. The Assistant Campus Coordinator seeks to strengthen the individual growth of the child, by working collaboratively with the parents/guardians, teachers, clinical counselor, educational specialist, and school counselors to strengthen the community system that the child inhabits.

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Middle School Campus Coach

The campus coach position is a part-time (15 hours/week) position that is designed to support the daily interactions and activities of an ODA campus. The campus coach is responsible for daily supervision and program implementation at the designated middle school campus. The campus coach reports directly to the campus coordinator. The campus coach will support the campus coordinator and the assistant campus coordinator.

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What is the BVU Encore Fellows Program?

The BVU Encore Fellow Program matches skilled retired or semi-retired professionals with a local nonprofit for a year-long engagement. Fellows generally have 15+ years of significant professional achievement. The Fellowship engagement is for a total of 1,000 hours (usually half-time for a year). The fellows receive a $20,000 stipend.

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BVU Encore Fellow - Strategic Growth and Implementation

Open Doors Academy is seeking an individual who can work with us to explore and analyze options for agency expansion future growth. A number of opportunities are available to us (starting programs at the elementary school level, serving more schools, serving more students within a school, establishing a training program for other professionals, etc.) ODA is seeking an individual with experience in strategic growth and development of business plans to evaluate our options (including developing associated business plans) and assist the Board and staff in navigating the appropriate path forward.

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BVU Encore Fellow - Research and Innovation Team Leader

Open Doors Academy is seeking an Encore Fellow to develop a research and innovation team focused on: strengthening overall organization analytics, creating systems for reporting information both into the organization and externally to stakeholders, leveraging skill sets to serve as a knowledge hub for educational support systems for kids, and preparing the organization to undergo a randomized control study, with the ultimate goal being to obtain recognition through the What Works Clearing House and the US Department of Education.

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