Life Academy Production and Enterprise Coordinator for Monarch's Adult Community
Company: The Monarch Institute
Posted on: November 26, 2022
Life Academy Production and Enterprise Coordinator for Monarch's
The Monarch School and Institute provides an innovative,
therapeutic education for individuals with neurological
differences-such as those associated with autism spectrum disorder,
attention deficit (hyperactivity) disorder, learning disabilities,
Tourette syndrome, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, traumatic
brain injury and seizure disorders. We offer a learner-centered
approach that helps students progress in Four Core Goal areas.
The Life Academy Production and Enterprise Coordinator facilitates
the supervision of a team of faculty, the direction, development,
and administration of the Monarch Enterprise system regarding items
to be produced and sold. The person in this position will work
closely with other system leaders and is considered a member of the
day school faculty.
Examples of items to be produced include culinary, makerspace, art,
and various culinary based items. This person should be creative
and efficacious in leading the team to expand production, sales,
and marketing of the items.
A priority goal is to lead the team of faculty. Life academy, and
adult learners to secure requests for baked and other goods at
local coffee shops, produce from Monarch's gardens, and corporate
and holiday gifts to be created by the Enterprise Workforce at
Monarch, thus sustaining the supported employment opportunities for
Monarch's adult learners.
This position supports and continues to build out opportunities for
The Enterprise Program to hire and pay adults living with
neurological differences for production and sales of items thus
building out sustainable supported employment at Monarch.
REPORTS TO HEAD OF SCHOOL OR DESIGNEE
Bachelor's Degree in Education, Business, Psychology, or related
Special Education Certified Teacher preferred.
Direct experience serving adults with neurological differences.
Collaborates to implement the vision and mission for Life Academy
in coordination with Monarch leadership and Life Academy/Elective
Collaborates with faculty regarding the use of the facilities,
programs, and faculty.
Leads opportunities for external employment with Monarch's
Employability Coach on schedules and field experiences for the
Leads the team to successfully implement after school opportunities
for the program to plan and conduct soirees, sell items at the
Marketplace annual Transforming Lives event, Winter Holiday Sales
Leads the team in organizing socials and parties to enhance social
opportunities for the adult community.
Collaborates with Development to support funding for Life Academy
programs including scholarships, grants, sponsorships, and in-kind
Advocates for Life Academy involvement (promoting and sales) in The
Monarch School Community and greater community.
Leads in organizing business opportunities for students outside of
the school environment including opportunities to sell Wing Store
items at trade shows, fairs, conferences, and other events
appropriate to their growth and sustaining the sales of production
items through the Enterprise system.
Leads identification of the Challenger and Voyager Levels for adult
community members leading to supported employment at Monarch.
Supervises school-based businesses for purchasing of materials for
The Monarch School, gift business, and other businesses as
developed by students and faculty.
Provides program information internally and externally regarding
the Life Academy and Enterprise Program through conferences,
meetings, and training.
Collaborates with Monarch Leadership on long term planning and
direction of the Life Academy, Production, and Enterprise
Assists with the development, monitoring, and reporting on the Life
Academy budget and Enterprise.
Assists in growing enrollment for the program.
Facilitates parent notifications, timelines, and permissions for
all adult community needs.
Assists the Marketing Director in developing brochures, fliers, and
other materials necessary for good public relations of the adult
community /Life Academy Production and Enterprise Program within
and outside of the Monarch community.
Assists with the ongoing accreditation of the school as a member of
the Accreditation Committee.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Highly organized with excellent attention to detail and strong
written/verbal communication skills.
Able to problem solve and create and implement schedules for
faculty and the adult community.
Ability to hold self and others accountable for expectations.
Highly skilled in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) and
Exhibit ethical behavior and confidentiality.
Ability to support a positive work environment for the team and
enhance the lives of our adult community members.
Working conditions range in a wide variety of challenges and
deadlines in a highly professional, confidential, and friendly
environment. The best candidate should be able to perform well
under pressure, think logically, remain calm, and be a great
problem solver. Although the position is emotionally rewarding, and
provides endless opportunities to have positive effects, it can be
stressful at times. Ability to lift 40 pounds. Frequent standing,
kneeling, stooping, and bending. Ability to move desk, classroom
equipment and adaptive equipment.
Revised November 2022PI197717591
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