Offices & Directories

Coordinator of Community Service Learning - Children's Programs

ANNOUNCEMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE NON-EXEMPT POSITION OPENING (CONTRACT)

POSITION:  Coordinator of Community Service Learning – Children’s Programs
POSITION CODE:  A6719
DEPARTMENT:
  Community Service Learning
APPOINTMENT:  Administrative, full-time, 12 months
STARTING SALARY:  $11.33 per hour/ shared housing and food stipend included
INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:  12 months
AVAILABLE:  July 1, 2013
POSTING DATE:  April 19, 2013
APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Open until filled
       
DESCRIPTION:  Under the supervision and guidance of the Office of Community Service Learning the Coordinator Children’s Programs will report to the Director and Associate Director of Community Service Learning (CSL) in all matters related to children’s programming.  The Coordinator will supervise, advise, and coordinate mentoring, tutoring and service-related projects for the University.  The Coordinator will also assist in supervision of the community service activity course (CSAC 380) and teach, or assist in teaching, a special topics course (CSAC 360).

Position requires flexible working hours which includes working evenings and weekends.  Position receives taxable food stipend and shared housing is provided (also taxable).

Duties and responsibilities include but, are not limited to:

  • Supervises the College High School Alliance Mentoring Program (CHAMPS), Big Buddies (Little and Middle) and Mentoring Program which includes student staff and volunteers in organizing, planning, fundraising, developing specific program curriculum and maintaining the programs.
  • Supervises the University Humor Outreach Program (UHOP) which includes student staff and volunteers in organizing, planning, fundraising, developing specific program curriculum and maintaining the program.
  • Assists the Associate Director in supervising the Jasper’s Corner Homework Club on and off campus which includes supervising student staff and volunteers in organizing, planning, developing specific program curriculum and maintaining the program. 
  • Supervises children’s program student staff and volunteers, including selection process, training and day to day management. 
  • Coordinates, attends, and hosts all weekly related children’s program activities, meetings and events on campus.
  • Continues to develop the operations, guidelines handbook, and transportation logistics of children’s programs.
  • Supports in the development and expansion of University related children’s programs both on and off campus.  
  • Incorporates campus support, participation and evaluation for the children’s programs.
  • Works closely with faculty advisors to the various children’s programs to be certain they meet the objectives of supporting and nurturing the development of elementary and high school aged children.
  • Participates in training, programming and planning of service activities throughout the tenure of the position.Assists the Associate Director in the development, advertisement, and execution of the Spring Break Service Plunge.
  • Teaches (when appropriate) in accordance with assigned load during the academic year or May Term CSAC 360 class, builds curriculum, schedules, syllabus, manage reflections, and issues grades.
  • Develops service contracts (CSAC), manages hours and facilities reflection for children’s program related CSAC courses. 
  • Works to promote CSL sponsored activities and events; advertises the event to the student body for full participation.
  • Drives mini vans and 15-passenger vans for student projects and service learning classes.
  • Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or other related field, and two (2) years of related experience working with or managing children’s programs. Selected candidate must be able to exercise a high level of judgment and possess good verbal and written communication skills; computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook. Must have the sensitivity and ability to work with the traditional college age student, teach students and volunteers, develop and implement programs, produce effective outcomes, work effectively both individually and with groups. Must possess a valid Class C driver’s license and must provide a current DMV printout with a good driving record at time of hire. Selected candidate must obtain a Class B driver’s license and First Aid Certificate within two months of hire. Must be able to competently interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty and staff. In compliance with The Americans with Disabilities Act if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed please call 909/748-8040.

TO APPLY: Submit cover letter, resume, salary history, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references to apply@redlands.edu or mail to: Human Resources, University of Redlands, PO Box 3080, Redlands CA 92373-0999.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL OUR JOBLINE AT 909/748-8883 OR VISIT
www.redlands.edu/offices-directories/human-resources/jobs.aspx

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MEMBERS OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

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