The Community Programs Facilitator delivers a high-quality, culturally responsive curriculum to girls in underrepresented communities. They work to eliminate barriers by providing programming in partnership with schools and community organizations. The Community Programs Facilitator will empower girls to learn and explore relevant topics, including healthy relationships and self-esteem, STEM, financial literacy, and service learning. Activities are primarily staff-led and provided at no cost to girls who participate.
Candidate should be willing to work flexible hours, including during and after school day hours, weekends, and evenings. Experience in education, youth-serving, or membership-based organization is a plus.
- Wages: $18.00 per hour
- Employment Type: Part-time, Seasonal
- Employment Dates: October 2023 - May 2024
- Schedule: We are looking for facilitators who can work one or a combination of the following shifts, Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, 3:00 - 6:00 pm, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. (Weekly Hours: 15-25)
- Other: Some mileage reimbursement. In-person
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Delivers Girl Scout-approved curriculum to elementary and middle school girls.
- Must be available to work at least 20 hours per week as assigned for materials prep, hands-on programs, and virtual programs as needed.
- Maintain site registration, attendance, record keeping, and program evaluations; and communicate with site coordinators about schedule or program changes.
- Facilitates the development of a quality and effective learning environment.
- Assists the Community Programs manager in planning and implementing strategies that support identified low-performing schools.
- Delivers pre- and post-surveys to youth and tallies outcomes.
- Performs other related duties to support youth's academic and social achievement.Assumes administrative responsibilities as appropriate.
- Participates in required training.
- Carry out site activities to ensure and protect the safety of all participants.
Experience and Skills: To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below represent the knowledge, skill, and ability required.
- Bachelor's degree preferred or 3 to 5 years experience. Related majors include education, recreation, community organizing, youth development, social work, gender, or cultural studies.
- Bilingual (Spanish) bicultural, preferred but not required.
- Experience working with groups of multicultural youth and youth from under-represented backgrounds.
- Knowledge of diverse communities and ability to work with youth and adults of diverse backgrounds.
- Knowledge of youth development and the ability to deliver curriculum to ensure the interests and needs of the girls are met.
- Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
- Ability to work independently and prioritize work while managing multiple deadlines.
- Girl Scout knowledge and experience working with youth preferred.
- Have daily access to dependable transportation, a valid driver's license, compliance with the council's policy of automobile insurance limits, and a driving record that meets the requirements for coverage of the council's business auto insurance carrier.
- Ability to work flexible hours, including during and after school day hours.
- Minimum age: 21 years.