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Program Facilitator Seasonal/Temp

Girls Inc. of Omaha locationOmaha, NE
1 position
3 applicants

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Girls Inc. of OmahalocationOmaha, NE
1 position
3 applicants
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Job Type
Part-time Employee Show Shift
Mon: 8 am to 4 pm
Tue: 8 am to 4 pm
Wed: 8 am to 4 pm
Thu: 8 am to 4 pm
Fri: 8 am to 4 pm
Hourly Wage, starting at $13.00
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Omaha, NE, United States


Job Title: Seasonal Program Facilitator Works directly with girls ages 5 to 18 delivering programs and supervising activities to support the mission of “inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.” Works in Girls Inc. centers in North and/or South Omaha. During this period of the COVID19 pandemic, the work is primarily at the North Omaha Katherine Fletcher Center. Essential Functions Must be able to deliver engaging lessons to girls (includes the ability to speak English; read, comprehend, and deliver a variety of lesson plans). Lessons may cover a wide variety of topics including literacy, science, math, arts & crafts, physical fitness, and more. Job duties: • Provide simple activities to keep girls engaged during transitions or during free time. • Ensure that Girls Inc. is a welcoming place for girls. • Use a warm tone with girls. • Genuinely smile at girls. • Encourage girls’ strengths and curiosity. • Celebrate girls’ successes. • Express confidence in a classroom setting. • Maintain a productive classroom by utilizing appropriate student management techniques and working with staff team to address classroom challenges and any challenging behaviors from girls. • Provide a safe environment for girls through: o Assisting with safety procedures and drills. o Assisting the staff team with maintaining a safe environment for girls to play and learn. o Participating in all required safety training. • Participate in staff development opportunities when appropriate. • Serve as a role model for girls with regards to social skills, communication, and conflict resolution. • Attend staff meetings and trainings. • Complete program paperwork, including daily outcome reports. • Assist girls with meals and snacks as required. • Assist with wiping down/sanitizing high touch areas of classroom as required. Virtual Programming Due to potential barriers to face to face programming including, but not limited to, safety, health, transportation, and geography, it may be necessary and/or beneficial to girls to participate in virtual programming. Virtual programming might be interspersed with regular programming, or it might be the sole form of program offering for an extended period of time, such as during a pandemic. Program Facilitators will: • Be comfortable preparing for and delivering programming in a virtual setting. • Know, or be able to learn, and execute on skillfully one or more virtual program delivery platforms such as Zoom. • Be able to track necessary paperwork, attendance, timesheets, and other administrative functions remotely. • Be able to adhere to policies as they pertain to working remotely. Must have: Regular and predictable attendance. Marginal Functions: Other related duties and projects as assigned. Qualifications: Nebraska Daycare Licensing requires that candidates: • Have a High School Diploma AND A positive reference from a former employer verifying 1500 clock hours of experience in organized activities for young children (youth); or • Have a College Diploma AND/OR Transcripts indicating 3 credit hours in early childhood education, education, or child/youth development; or • Have a High School Diploma AND written department plan by supervisor to obtain 45 clock hours of training in admin, early childhood education, education, or child/youth development in a period to not exceed 6 months from date of hire; and • Pass required background/criminal checks and submit to fingerprinting. Must like and relate to children. Preference given to candidates with experience working with children in a structured setting. Must be at least 19 years old. Preference given to candidates who are 21 years old, possess a valid driver’s license, and are accepted as a driver by Girls Inc.’s insurance company. Equipment/Software Use: • Computer – basic skills in word and excel • Classroom tools and supplies as part of program delivery • Copier and fax • Agency vehicle – 15 passenger van or mini-bus • Agency cell phone Physical Requirements and Working Environment: • Must be able to sit/stand/walk for extended periods of time. • Must be able to lift 15 – 20 lbs. • Able to communicate, to hear clearly, and see clearly. • High energy required to work with children. • Some programming with girls is outside. Schedule: During the school year, 7:30 am until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. These hours will hold when/if Omaha Public Schools is teaching face-to-face. Schedules may vary during training weeks. There are occasional opportunities for additional weekend or evening hours. Overtime Status: exempt Send resume and/or inquiries to: Amber Lewis @

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