Job Title: Executive Function Coach
Reports to: Program Director
Schedule: Flexible Schedule with a minimum of 10 hours/week and up to 20 hours/week.
Currently hiring weeknight evenings (3 PM – 8 PM) and Saturday (9 AM – 1 PM) only.
Center Location: 6625 Lyndale Ave South, Richfield, MN 55423
Salary Range: $15-25 per hour, DOE
LifeFx is an Executive Function Coaching program embracing the strengths of the neurodiverse brain. We work with individuals of all ages and stages.
Executive function coaching teaches students how to better understand their unique brain! We teach individuals of all ages how to organize, plan, prioritize, manage time, sustain attention, manage emotions, and get things done!
The role of Executive Function Coach is an essential role in our program. You will work 1:1 with students to provide guidance, motivation and accountability as they learn new tools to improve their Executive Function skill set.
This position is an ideal fit for you if you:
Understand, or want to learn more about, the role Executive Function skills play in our lives.
Possess strong Executive Function habits and skills in your personal life.
Have experience working with individuals with learning differences (ADHD, ASD, Dyslexia, etc.), tutoring and/or teaching.
Find fulfillment in assisting others to make improvements in their lives.
Lead Executive Function Coaching sessions, both virtual and in-person.
Plan and prepare individualized curriculum and lesson plans.
Research, develop and write new lesson plans.
Provide regular updates to parents, teachers and other support systems.
Write detailed session notes, documenting what occurred in each session.
Make recommendations to the leadership team as appropriate.
Demonstrate respect for students, colleagues, parents and leadership.
Bachelor or Master’s degree with a mental health or education focus.
Also accepting applications from students, currently enrolled, in an accredited program working towards a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with a mental health or education focus.
Experience working with children and/or adults in a 1:1 setting.
Demonstrated skills in Time-Management, Planning & Prioritizing and Organization.
High level of emotional intelligence.
Comfortable using a wide range of technology, and able to learn new systems quickly.
Ability to connect and build positive relationships with students and families.
Demonstrated ability to manage time and projects efficiently.
General understanding of Executive Dysfunction and the impact on the individual and family.
An understanding of Executive Function and Neurodiversity.
Experience supporting children ages 4-6.
Experience supporting students in grades K-12.
Experience supporting students in undergraduate and graduate programs.
Experience supporting business executives, professionals and adults.
Previous experience working with children, teens and/or adults in a one on one setting.
Familiarity with Google Suite.
Fluency in Spanish, Hmong or Somali.
Flexible hours and schedule
Training and professional development opportunities with licensed clinical psychologists
Employee discount on nutraceutical products, nutrition lab services, and nutrition counseling, provided by Stepping Stone Clinic (LifeFx partner company)
For consideration, please send your resume and cover letter to Amanda@LifeFxMN.com or complete our online application. Applicants who do not include both a cover letter and resume will not be considered.
Candidates who meet our criteria will be contacted via email for a short video interview, via Google Meet. Candidates who meet criteria after the initial video screening will be invited to a final interview at our center. Following the final interview, all candidates will be required to complete a background check and an assessment measuring cognitive abilities or thinking styles, behaviors, and interests.
Training and Supervision
Before being matched with students, coaches must participate in company provided paid training, which includes webinars and live online training sessions. Coaches are provided with ongoing professional development and supervision, and will be required to meet with the Program Director weekly to review progress and development.