Drop In Center Team Member

Job Description Drop In Center Staff Member Revised: 7/22/16 Position Level:( Part Time-Hourly Job) 

purpose: To provide safe, enriching, supervised after school and weekend activities.

Specific duties and responsibilities: • Submit to a background check. • Follow daily set up and clean up check list procedures. • Daily snack preparation, service, and record keeping as stipulated. • Facilitate/supervise daily recreation, learning center activities, computer use, video game use, movie watching and general student socializing. • Facilitate daily member check in/out through TRAX system and student sign in/out procedures. • Provide a safe and enriching environment where all 7th-12th grade students are welcome. • Follow guidelines for student guests. • Participate in team building, staff meetings and professional development as required. • Participate with program evaluation processes. • Get to know each student by name. • Balance appropriate relationships to students with authority to maintain a safe environment. • Answer phone and direct calls appropriately. • Follow procedures for incident/injury reports. • Work closely with program coordinator to convey ongoing program/activity information to students. • Understand and follow emergency procedures. • Maintain a professional yet fun interaction with students and other staff. • Attend bi-weekly staff meetings per program coordinator discretion. • Possess own transportation and insurance. • Able to take on other tasks as needed and required by the positon as assigned by the program coordinator. Knowledge and Skills: • High School Diploma or equivalent with at least some university or certification course study. Bachelor’s degree preferred. • Experience working with youth. • Ability to communicate effectively, compassionately and professionally whether it be in person, via telephone, email, text, social media, record keeping, etc. • Possess basic knowledge of Microsoft Office. • Ability to use basic office and kitchen equipment. • Ability to keep program equipment and supplies organized and maintained. • Possess legible handwriting skills on paper and dry erase board. • Responsibilities include standing/walking/ running for extended periods of time, lifting storage items, climbing ladders, and ability to switch focus as needed. J Experience working with youth. • Ability to communicate effectively, compassionately and professionally whether it be in person, via telephone, email, text, social media, record keeping, etc. • Possess basic knowledge of Microsoft Office. • Ability to use basic office and kitchen equipment. • Ability to keep program equipment and supplies organized and maintained. • Possess legible handwriting skills on paper and dry erase board. • Responsibilities include standing/walking/ running for extended periods of time, lifting storage items, climbing ladders, and ability to switch focus as needed.

  • Contact Person: Lisa Lysaght
  • Contact Person's Position: Program Director
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  • Phone Number: 260.623.3972