The Controller is the One Stone finance guru. Maybe that’s you. It’s definitely you if the following job responsibilities sound awesome:
Direct and oversee all aspects of accounting functions (financial reporting, A/P, A/R, payroll, investments) and maintain financial policies and procedures for a strong system of internal controls, compliance with GAAP and applicable federal, state and local laws and grant compliance
Oversee all aspects of preparation and presentation of financial statements, annual budgets, monthly program budget to actual financials and projections and budget related information in grant application
Coordinate and oversee successful completion of the annual financial statement audit and completion of annual Form 990 tax returns
Provide timely financial analysis for management and operational decision making
Direct coordination of HR benefit program and HR needs
Analyze and maintain external leases and contracts
Support facilities management
The ideal STEM + Maker Coach candidate will have the ability to coach students with:
- Physics - strong background with Newtonian mechanics
- Engineering - CAD, material science
- The development of strong maker skills - including use of Foundry tools (3D printer, laser cutter, woodworking tools, welding equipment, etc.)
- Math up to Pre-calc, using some or all of the following techniques:
- Use of open-ended experiments
- Non-formal learning strategies
- Multi-week projects
- Quick “design challenges” (30 minutes to solve a problem using limited materials)
The ideal STEM + Maker Coach will have proficiency and/or experience with the following tools and software:
- Maker tools including 3D printer, laser cutter, bandsaw, chopsaw, welding equipment, etc.
- Ability to maintain tools (or preferably, comfort to oversee students maintain tools)
- CAD skills - design using SketchUp Pro or similar
- Experience with robotics, Arduino or similar (beyond LEGO robotics)
- Experience with Raspberry Pis
- Comfort helping students prototype and build solutions
- Comfort letting students fail and the ability to guide them to fail forward
- Excitement to learn new tools, techniques and approaches
We’re looking for a creative problem solver, who believes in the power of high school students. Maybe that’s you. You will be working with professional youth to manage the Two Birds creative studio with the following responsibilities:
Coach, mentor, and collaborate with students to ensure quality and timeliness
Help students organize project teams, communicate with clients and volunteer coaches, and conduct business operations throughout the week
Meet regularly with internal One Stone teams to determine Two Birds workflow
- Produce One Stone marketing and event materials for branding, recruitment, and fundraising.
Help plan and manage the One Stone content calendar, updating squarespace website content on a regular basis
Plan, buy, and post social media content and engage with followers
Produce video content (scripting, shooting, and/or editing using Premiere)
Design print collateral (posters, flyers, brochures, etc.) using Illustrator, Indesign, and Photoshop
Brainstorm and develop ideas for events and marketing campaigns
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One Stone is looking for a Humanities coach who is excited to develop interdisciplinary opportunities to support student growth in the area of the social science and language arts. Are you able to develop inspiring, challenging, and creative learning experiences for high schoolers? Can you coach students in reading, writing, speaking, research, information literacy and critical thinking? If you’re interested in collaborating with fellow coaches and school leadership to plan and lead project based learning experiences and to help build an innovative high school, then check out the complete Humanities Coach job description.
Support the student-led mission of One Stone.
Coach students through the learning process, encourage peer-to-peer learning, and assist with difficult concepts.
Foster meaningful, positive relationships with students. Work individually with students to personalize their individual and development goals, mentoring them in discovering their passions.
Collaborate with coaches and learners to create and implement a rigorous real-world learning environment.
Design project-based, real-world, deep learning projects that encourage collaboration using the design thinking process.
Curate personalized learning activities for each learner’s abilities, needs, passions, and learning style.
Measure and report learning outcomes to colleagues, parents, and students on a regular basis.
Identify and collaborate with community partners to create an enriched, real-world learning environment in the community.
Background in instruction of the Language Arts and/or Social Science
Experience working with high school students
Ability to collaborate and embrace the ambiguous nature of working in a high school student-led, start-up environment