SUMMER PROGRAM COORDINATOR

    • Job Tracking ID: 512251-772022
    • Job Location: Marietta, GA
    • Job Type: Part-Time/Regular
    • Date Updated: April 22, 2022
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Job Description:

Tommy Nobis Center Mission: Empowering People Through Employment

 

Vision: Tommy Nobis Center envisions supportive communities where people with disabilities are afforded the opportunity to work.

 

Reports to: Manager, Youth Services

 

Position Summary:

 

The Early Youth Employment Services (EYES) Summer Program Coordinator provides support in developing, scheduling and implementing the education and training services, metric development and program billing for EYES. This role supports the Instructor who teaches the EYES curriculum to high school and middle school students on site and virtually.

This position requires a 2 - 5 day work week, for at least two months. The hours for this position will primarily be on-site/in-person from 8AM and 3PM on weekdays.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Responsible for supporting the delivery of services for students in the EYES program, from time of referral to exit.
  • Supports classroom instruction with a pre-vocational skills curriculum (career exploration, job readiness, interview skills, etc.) to high school and GED students.
  • Maintains effective control and management of classroom.
  • With input from Manager, Youth Services, schedules additional Tommy Nobis Center team members to assist with teaching classes and supervision of participants.
  • Assists in development of community sites for summer EYES program.
  • Completes weekly and monthly status reports for participants.
  • Tracks and collects performance metrics and outcomes.

 

    • Assist with the case management and individualized career goals for students, including documentation, data entry and file maintenance.
    • Assist with daily delivery of career readiness and educational workshops.
    • Assist in planning and running group activities for students.
    • Help identify local learning opportunities for students.

 

 

Experience and Skills:

Education / Experience:

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in special education, rehabilitation, sociology, behavioral sciences or business administration or related field or pursing degree.
  • Interest in vocational rehabilitation, teaching or delivering career/work readiness to individuals with disabilities.

 

Other Qualifications or Requirements:

  • Mission driven, guided by core values and a pleasure to work with.
  • High "customer service orientation and youth- focused."
  • Excellent engagement and presentation skills
  • Results oriented with ability to meet assigned deadlines.
  • Must be highly organized, accurate in completing work assignments.
  • Possess creativity, with an ability to effectively engage youth and build rapport.
  • Strong oral & written communication skills.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality with assigned duties.
  • Possesses a working knowledge of Windows environment in Word, Excel & PowerPoint.
  • General knowledge of other office equipment such as copiers, scanners, fax machine, etc.
  • Must pass a drug screen and background check.
  • Eligibility to work in the United States.

 

Prior Experience Desirable:

 

  • Experience working with transition students.
  • Experience teaching or delivering instruction in a virtual environment.
  • Delivery of job readiness skills training.
  • Developing programmatic marketing materials and PowerPoint presentations.

 

Core Competencies:

 

Customer Focus

Builds and maintains customer satisfaction with internal and external customers, student and parents.

Attention to Detail

Diligently attends to details and pursues quality in accomplishing tasks.

Teamwork

Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals and deliverables.

Speaking

Conveys ideas and facts orally using language the audience will best understand.

Writing

Conveys ideas and facts in writing using language the reader will best understand.

 

Special Skills/Abilities:

 

Written Communication

Strong written skills required to create and prepare professional quality documentation and to effectively communicate with a broad range of individuals.

Analytical

Strong ability to review statistical information in order to create reports, show changes, validate any deficiencies, and to establish improvement goals.

Oral Communication

Ability to communicate and present information informally and formally to candidates for employment, new hires, program participants, employees and other professional groups.

Organizational

Ability to organize data and assigned work tasks for maximum effectiveness.

Equipment

Knowledge of computers.

 

 

Declaration:

This job description is not designed to cover or contain comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. They may be subject to change at any time.

 

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions. It is the philosophy of Tommy Nobis Center to provide a safe work environment according to Tommy Nobis Center' policies, compliance agencies and other and safety guidelines. Employee required to attend all safety training sessions and drills.

 

This role will involve driving to participant schools and working in a variety of academic environments. Time in the office is in a typical office work environment.

 

Tommy Nobis Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Drugs Don’t Work worksite and a participant in e-Verify.