Part Time El Sol Computer Coordinator
This is an FLSA Classified Exempt Position.
The Computer lab coordinator will be teaching computer literacy skills, resume creation and job searching online, financial education, internet navigation, e-mailing and Microsoft office skills. He/she assumes full responsibility for the operation, safety and security of the computer lab during evening hours when classes are delivered. The position is for 5 hours per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30PM to 9:00PM
- Implement curriculum and provide classroom supervision (20%)
- Prepare suitable learning environment for students, create interest and maintain a neat and clean classroom (20%)
- Maintain a healthy and professional work environment (20%)
- Conduct pre- and post-tests and assist with surveys (5%)
- Include curriculum about Financial Literacy using websites provided by Florida Literacy Coalition. http://www.practicalmoneyskills.com/sp (5%)
- Provide on-time statistics regarding students’ registration and attendance through SERT’s. (10%)
- Provide support at registration period if required (10%)
- Be creative with program development. Coordinate class progress, needs and reports with El Sol’s Chief Program Officer (10%)
- Provide certificates at Graduation for your students, prepare and print out certificates, enter data into SERTS
- Must speak Spanish.
Qualifications and Skills:
- High school diploma or equivalent and at least 1 year of post-secondary education or experience in a computer related discipline.
- Knowledge of computer equipment and related software; effective coordination and teaching techniques.
- Ability to communicate in a group/classroom setting; Provide assistance and problem solve on a variety of basic computer related issues; enforce policies and procedures and maintain a positive learning environment; Work with a culturally, racially and gender diverse work group.
This position will report directly to the Chief Program Officer and work closely with ESL Nighttime Coordinator. Email: Heather@friendsofelsol.org with resume.
El Sol Childcare Assistant
This is an FLSA Classified Non-Exempt Position.
This is a part time position for 11 hours per week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 7pm until 9pm and 3 hours a week on Saturdays from 10am until 1:00pm lunch included.
- Assist in the care of children from the parents of Educational programming happening during the evenings and on Saturdays. (60%)
- Assist in offering basic positive programming for children such as coloring, reading and/or games. (20%)
- Work with Childcare Volunteers and supervise any interaction between volunteers and children. (10%)
- Report the hours worked and the number of children cared for on a weekly basis. (10%)
- Be creative with program development. Other duties may be assigned by the Chief Program Officer.
Qualifications and Skills
- Previous experience working with Children.
- Must be able to multi-task.
- Able to lead children with enthusiasm and a positive, pleasant attitude
- Strong organizational skills and record keeping
- Self-starter who can work independently
- Ability to follow directions
This position will report directly to the Chief Program Officer but will report to the ESL Nighttime Coordinator as a Supervisor during the evening classes on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. This position will also report to Plazas Coordinator on Thursday evenings and Saturdays.
El Sol Full Time Worker Development Project Coordinator
This is an FLSA Classified Exempt Position. This is a full time position for 40 hours per week.
The Coordinator will develop, implement, and monitor the Worker Development Project (WDP). The WDP seeks to increase the financial stability of workers by offering trainings and workshops that enhance the job skills of the workers and by promoting the workers for opportunities of employment. The coordinator will report directly to the Chief Program Officer and work in coordination with El Sol’s labor program, education program, case management program, and with El Sol volunteers. The schedule is 40 hours a week, usually Tuesday through Saturday 8am until 4pm.
- Develop curriculum for the vocational training classes within the WDP. Produce, print and distribute curriculum information as a flyer or pamphlet. (5%)
- Coordinate with teachers to ensure consistency in curriculum and lesson plan delivery. (5%)
- Develop schedule of classes for each semester (3x year: Spring, Summer, Fall), and prepare flyers for easy distribution and advertising at least 3 weeks prior to semester starting. (10%).
- Be responsible to gather and keep all WDP data and information necessary for reporting purposes, and produce reports as necessary. Track attendance, graduates, and hires (10%).
- Coordinate with El Sol staff to implement Hire-a-Worker Campaigns three times a year, and track students that have been hired in a field that requires their newly learned skill. (5%)
- Actively recruit new participants by conducting community outreach and reaching out to the workers in the labor program. (5%)
- Enroll all workers in classes and track their attendance through our SERTS computer system. Assist El Sol teachers in tracking their attendance. (5%)
- Work closely with the Labor and Case Management team to coordinate care for workers. Attend weekly meetings and communicate regularly with Case Manager and Labor Coordinator. (10%)
- Prepare for graduation each semester and print out certificates of completed classes to go into worker files, and also present certificates to graduates. (5%)
- Manage student evaluations. Develop Pre- and post- assessments and/or surveys to measure indicators of success and track data. Provide surveys at the start and end of each semester and at 2 months after graduate. (5%)
- Coordinate volunteers to implement program as needed (5%)
- Identify new opportunities to offer education (i.e., on-line trainings, find new locations within the community to offer training, develop new partnerships with organizations and local businesses). (5%)
- Identify worker and employer needs, market trends, and gaps in service delivery (5%)
- Follow program and funding timeline, schedule expenditures, purchase supplies as approved, prepare and meet budgets, forecast new budget requirements. (5%)
- Be creative with program development. Make continuous programmatic recommendations and initiate corrective actions for program improvement, quality assurance. (5%)
- Capture success stories. (5%)
- Other duties may be assigned. (5%)
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent work experience
At least 3 years of direct work experience in project or program coordination
Critical thinking and problem solving skills, work independently
Strong computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, Google)
Communications skills, culturally sensitive, experience working with diverse community members
This position will report to the CPO.
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