Group Facilitator- Part-Time

  • Position Summary 

    Part Time Group Facilitators are responsible for working with their supervisors to develop and implement lesson plans for elementary, middle or high school aged youth. Lesson plans will concentrate on language arts, math, science, political science, health, arts, recreation, and life skills. Group Facilitators are responsible for facilitating classes, and helping program participants with homework.

     

    Essential Functions 

    Facilitates daily activities in 3-hour after-school program for up to 15 K-12th students.

    Writes lesson plans and provides instruction in three focus areas: 1) creative and performing arts (i.e., dance, theater, fashion, visual arts, arts and crafts); 2)STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and/or 3) Athletics and Health (recreation activities, basketball, soccer, cooking clubs, garden clubs)

    Provides time for students to complete homework, providing direct help as needed.

    Supervises snack time.

    Manages classroom to encourage positive interaction among students, resolves conflicts non-violently.

    Monitors student behavior and recommends any necessary disciplinary action to the Site Coordinator.

    Tracks student progress using Congreso’s data system as appropriate.

    Attends all required training and professional development.

    Attends new staff orientation and ongoing staff meetings.

    Follows all Congreso Program policies and procedures

    Maintains and inventories supplies and equipment. Requests supplies and equipment in timely manner.

    Ensures that classrooms and other school spaces are left in good condition each day and reports any loss or damage to the Site Coordinator.

    Records and reports any incidents that occur.

    Performs other related duties as assigned.

    Experience, Education, and Licensure

    Minimum Experience: One year minimum experience working with youth.

    Minimum Education: High School Diploma or GED; candidates may be in the progress of pursuing a degree of higher education.