Program Specialist/ Program Aide Sub
Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: August 23, 2018
Organization: Boys &amp; Girls Clubs of the Midlands
Website: View Website
Job Type: Part Time
Wages/Salary: $7.25-$9.00/ hr
Minimum Education and Experience: Working towards High School Diploma or college degree and/or up to 2 years program delivery experience. (Hourly rate depends on level of education/experience). Physical and Mental Requirements: Must be comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities while at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, standing for up to four hours per day, and ability to implement programs. Skills essential for success include speaking, writing and knowledge of the computer. Environment & Working Conditions: After school/recreational settings that include being in/out doors. Occasional weekend and evening work to support organization’s fundraising events and activities.
General Function: Plan, implement, facilitate, and supervise activities and programs. Promote safety of members, quality of programs and appearance of the Club at all times. Program Specialist/Aid Floaters will be housed at a specific site in the region of their choice. They will report to the housed site everyday unless told to work at another site in their region when needed. Program Specialist/Aid Subs will only report to work when needed to sites in their selected region. Knowledge, skills and abilities:
• Ability to deal effectively with staff, youth, parents, local community leaders, schools and churches
• Demonstrate good written and verbal communication skills
• Knowledge of youth development.
• BI-LINGUAL IN ENGLISH/SPANISH A PLUS
• Plan, implement, facilitate, supervise and evaluate all educational programs, activities and events.
• Understand the Clubs’ philosophy, vision and goals.
• Develop special events and activities for core program areas.
• Plan and implement quality programs for youth.
• Provide guidance and role modeling to members.
• Implement and develop curriculums that are aligned with program themes and events.
• Design colorful and informative displays and bulletin boards promoting program areas.
• Assist in the execution of national projects and exhibits.
• Mentor and inspire youth, adults and volunteers in the creative process.
• Keep records of participants, schedules, attendance and program results.
• Perform community outreach for assigned program areas.
• Work with an array of individuals from diverse backgrounds.
• Mandatory First Aid/CPR.
• Other duties as assigned.