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Data Entry- Counter Attendant
- Maintain daily attendance records of all members & programs
- Perform clerical functions for the Club Administrative Staff including typing letters, memos, reports, bulletins, and announcements for the supervisor’s approval and signature
- Coordinate & maintain club calendar of activities
- Serve as chief information receptionist, greeting visitors and responding to routine inquires
- Serve as a resource to Club staff, members, parents, and to community members regarding Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas policies and procedures
- Performs all other tasks and duties as assigned
- Data Entry
- Instructs participants enrolled in the Swimming lessons.
- Plans lessons, evaluates individual participant progress, and provides corrective feedback.
- Prepares and maintains accurate records and reports.
- Responds to emergency situations in an effective manner.
- Explain rules and operating procedures to pool users. Enforces rules.
- Observes swimmers from guard stand or pool side and cautions swimmers of rule violations.
- Performs appropriate emergency and rescue techniques when necessary including cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid. Reports injuries and accidents
- Maintains records, documents water quality and chemical balance, and adds chemicals to water as necessary.
- Cleans pool, pool area and restrooms and inspects pool equipment and surrounding area for general maintenance.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Responsible for organizing and implementing fun high-yield learning activities that center around math, reading, writing, science, technology, arts/crafts, career preparation, health/life skills, and character/leadership
Prepare Youth For Success
- Contribute to Programs, Activities and Services that prepare youth for success
- Contribute to implementing strategies for quality improvement
- Facilitate activities for youth 6-18 years of age
- Plan and implement daily activities that center around fun learning opportunities in the areas of Math, Reading, Writhing, Science, Technology, Arts/Crafts, Career Preparation, Health/Life Skill, and Character/Leadership
- Recruit and retain members
- Create a fun learning atmosphere
- Provide a sound youth development program up to 29 hours per week
- Must have a valid license and ability to drive a 15 passenger van as requested
- Update and maintain skills in use of current technology and information management systems
- Utilize basic computer skills to demonstrate and guide lessons as well as to document program activities and reports
Responsible for tutoring students in all content areas by providing hands-on and meaningful activities that are relevant to current studies in school and daily life, in order to support and improve student achievement at school.
Prepare Youth for Success
- Provide tutorial support to students
- Contribute To Programs, Activities And Services That Prepare Youth For Success
- Contribute To Implementing Strategies For Quality Improvement
- Establish a communication system between the school and home to identify student needs and future plans
- Provide hands-on and higher order thinking skill activities to ensure that children are reaching their highest potential
- Ensure a positive, rich and fun learning environment including developing incentives, awards, and special recognition
- Maintain accurate and meaningful reports on student’s progress in a timely basis
- Implement BGCD programs as enrichment tools that are appropriate and supplemental to current school curriculum. Structure a physical environment that is conducive to learning
- Provide a variety of planned learning experiences using a variety of media and methods in order to motivate students and best utilize time for instruction
- Provide positive leadership to students by developing mentor/mentee relationships
- Establish and maintain efficient standards and procedures for student behavior
- Participate in professional development opportunities to improve the instructional support and guidance provided to students
- Update And Maintain Skills In Use Of Current Technology And Information Management Systems
- Utilize basic computer skills to demonstrate and guide lessons, as well as to document program activities and reports
Operate the agency vehicles for safe pick up and delivery of members for the purpose of participating in the broad range of programs offered by our agency.
- Must have High School diploma or GED.
- Experience working with youth.
- Ability to communicate with the general public.
- Ability to read maps or mapping software and plan routes and trips.
- Ability and knowledge to perform pre- and post-trip vehicles inspections.
- Must have a CDL Driver’s License with a Passenger Endorsement – Air Break Endorsement is a plus.