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At BLE Enterprises, we are dedicated to creating a nurturing, stimulating and welcoming environment for all children. Our unique programs incorporate a variety of educational theories, while always keeping the child's best interest in mind and allowing for hands-on, experiential learning. To find out more about us, keep reading or feel free to get in touch. All positions posted will be listed as Remote Positions. 

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PT Administrative Assistant

The Administration Support Staff is responsible for assisting the schools with coordination and management of the school’s various administrative tasks, events, public lectures, and conferences. Additionally, he/she will support the logistics of program installations, awards programs, and campaign events in coordination with the school's mission and educational goals. 

The ideal candidate oversees the management of aspects of HQ department responsibilities, event/programs as assigned, including programming, promotion and budget management. 

The ideal candidate will also work with the faculties of all BLE schools and assist with their administrative needs, such as reviewing and submitting travel reimbursements, printing or copying needs, coordination of student workers, research assistants, and teaching assistants, assist with scheduling, and routine requests for information on financial and administrative matters. 

Responsibilities Also Include: 

  • Work with, and act as a liaison to the Offices of Marketing and Communications, Alumni Relations, and Advancement. 

  • Coordinate with department teams in the coordination of event/programs as assigned, including programming, promotion and budget management. 

  • Manage the development and dissemination of faculty and graduate student newsletters in the BLE schools. 

  • Assist the faculties of the BLE schools with their administrative needs, such as reviewing and submitting travel reimbursements, printing or copying needs, coordination of student workers, research assistants, and teaching assistants, assist with scheduling, and routine requests for information on financial and administrative matters. 


  • 3 years administrative experience; experience in a higher education office environment preferred. 

  • Intermediate to advanced computer proficiency, specifically MS Office, PeopleSoft, Salesforce and Google 

  • Background with social media management, website design, photoshop and/or video editing software preferred. 

PT Project Manager

We are seeking a project manager to join our growing company. As a project manager, you will manage one project that will consist of multiple phases and ensure that all deadlines are met. You will take the lead, delegate tasks, and manage the productivity of contractors and vendors. You will be responsible for assigning tasks to the right contractor, checking on their progress, and ensuring that each project is completed on time and to the highest standard. You will have weekly meetings with the company CEO. 

Below are some of the responsibilities a project manager is expected to assume in their position: 

  • Create and oversee project budget 

  • Manage and coordinate projects to ensure they are completed on time and on budget 

  • Organize and plan project tasks and schedules 

  • Communicate project status weekly 

  • Review ongoing projects to ensure work is being completed on schedule 

  • Work and collaborate with staff to ensure projects are completed successfully and punch lists after completion are corrected 

  • Optimize project deliverables, and schedule 



Demonstrable problem-solving project management experience and skills 

Attention to detail and budgeting skills 

Knowledge of project management methodologies and best practices 

Strong organizational, time management, and verbal and written communication skills 

Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously 

Proficiency in Microsoft Office tools 

Guidance Coach

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 


  • Establishes and implements an effective comprehensive data-driven school-coaching program to serve the needs of all students aligned with the mission and vision of the school. 

  • Establishes and implements a coaching program that incorporates academic, social, and personal growth and development for all students. (i.e. college aspirations, academic planning, student enrichment, college and career exploration and selection processes, assessments, college affordability planning, admissions and postsecondary transition). 

  • Collects, analyzes and uses data to develop and implement the school coaching program (i.e., attendance, grades, behavior referrals, standardized tests, etc.). 


  • Counsels students in educational planning using their academic strengths, interests, and aspirations. 

  • Counsels students in developing decision-making skills and provides access to related experiences to help them attain an understanding of their interests, skills and abilities as part of college and/or career readiness. 

  • Collaborates and consults with parents/guardians, educators, students and other stakeholders to promote educational, career and life planning opportunities. 

  • Provides career and college readiness counseling and information for all students. 


    Utilizes appropriate counseling strategies (i.e., individual, group, classroom, and school-wide) in order to provide preventive and responsive services to support culturally diverse student populations. 

  • Facilitates appropriate interventions to promote positive student academic performance, behavior and attendance. 

  • Works to identify students in at-risk situations and proactively implements positive strategies to increase school success. 


  • Assists teachers, parents/guardians and other stakeholders in interpreting and understanding student data. 

  • Works collaboratively to present parent programs/informational sessions on topics that support student achievement. 

  • Works collaboratively with Student Services team members to provide professional development to staff members in schools on topics that will assist with positive behavior management strategies. 

  • Establishes and strengthens partnerships with school, family and community members (i.e., individuals, local community agencies, universities, organizations and associations) to provide information, resources and opportunities for students and families. 

  • Provides appropriate referrals to assist parents/families and students to benefit from essential school and/or community resources. 


  • Maintains an accurate and confidential record-keeping system of all counseling services and activities. 

  • Provides accurate academic advisement to students (i.e. courses needed for graduation, danger of not graduating, early graduation, advance placement, etc.). 

  • Submits monthly data or program reports in a timely fashion (i.e., personal education plan, scholarship, counselor/principal agreement, yearly calendar, etc.). 

  • Works with the School Improvement Team in compiling school-based data that reflects the results of program goals by increasing student achievement, student attendance and parental involvement. 

  • Assists in monitoring counseling-related, student academic records (i.e., 504, FBA/BIP, transcripts, SIT and SST action plans, personal education plan, student service learning, career assessment, etc.) 


  • Participates in professional development through workshops, conferences and monthly meetings to remain abreast of current counseling trends and best practices. 

  • Performs related duties as required. 


The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. 

  • Demonstrated knowledge of national, state and local school counseling standards and adheres to professional and ethical standards of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA).Thorough knowledge of Prince George's County Policies and Procedures; 

  • Knowledge of growth and developmental stages of adolescents; 

  • Ability to read, take notes, and interpret written materials; 

  • Ability to work effectively as a team member and independently with staff, students, and parents; 

  • Ability to use a computer and other technological equipment; 

  • Ability to use the computer for on-line scheduling; 

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to speak effectively to both large and small groups; and 

  • Excellent human relations skills with the ability to establish good relationships with many different types of individuals and groups. 

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