The Salvation Army Program Assistant in Denver, Colorado
07085 After School Program Assistant 8.3.20
The After School Program Assistant assists the On-Site Program Director in operating of the Corps after school program. This may include helping with whatever is needed. Typically, the After School Program Assistant will be assigned regular, daily responsibilities by the On-Site Program Director depending on the needs of the program and the strengths of the Assistant. The Assistant work on the frontline with the students. This is a Part time, hourly, non-exempt position.
• Eighteen years of age and shall be supervised by the Program Coordinator Director.
• Submit fingerprints, and certifications in First Aid, CPR, and Universal Precautions after orientation.
• Demonstrate a passion for working with children in a learning environment.
• Collaborate as a team player
• Assist with the summer programming where needed; assisting with supervision, guidance, and caring for children in an educational, enrichment and recreational setting.
• Provide encouraging instruction to students during group activities.
• Assist the Director in the planning, teaching of lessons, homework support, and activities.
• Assist with food preparation, serving, and clean up.
• Developing partnerships with parents and responsive relationships with children.
• Assist in general set up and cleanup of program area and with the opening/closing of the facility.
• Making sure each child is accounted for always
• Maintaining a safe environment
To apply, please visit our website, www.imsalvationarmy.org or provide a letter of introduction and resume to: email@example.com
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