STEPS is currently seeking three part-time assistant facilitators for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please forward your resume to
Part-Time Afterschool Assistant Facilitator
Middle School and High School Afterschool Programs
Groton and New London, Connecticut
Do you have a positive attitude, enjoy working with middle and high school students and want to be part of a program that teaches young girls life empowering skills that will last a lifetime? S.T.E.P.S., Inc. has a unique opportunity for someone interested in working with adolescent girls, grades 6 – 12, to aid our Lead Facilitator in afterschool middle and high school programs in Groton and New London, Connecticut.
Assist the Lead Facilitator to create a fun, supportive and warm atmosphere where participants improve their individual potential, gain understanding of others, experience new ideas and develop networking relationships with one another.
Be a good role model and develop positive relationships with each participant to promote positive group interaction, follow established procedures for maintaining participant health and safety and work together with other staff to execute weekly activities and special events.
An academic position starting September 2018, scheduled hours are anticipated to be 1:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. a minimum of two days a week. The selected candidate will be required to attend two days of paid training during summer 2018 and attend monthly staff meetings and event planning meetings as required. The core position is estimated to be 5 – 7 hours per week. Opportunities for additional hours include associated program planning meetings and activities and participation in community service projects, college tours and our Annual Variety Show rehearsals as required.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
High school diploma or equivalent required.
College studies in child development, psychology, education or related fields preferred.
Caring and compassionate attitude a must.
Prior experience working with children, teens or adults.
Ability to accept guidance and supervision.
Willingness to work with and learn from people from different cultures and backgrounds.
Email us your resume and cover letter to info@stepsCT.org.
*Successful applicant will be subjected to a background check.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
S.T.E.P.S., Striving Toward Empowered Personal Success, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to enhancing the quality of life for adolescent girls by providing them with the tools necessary to build lives of integrity and self-sufficiency through the empowerment of positive choice. S.T.E.P.S. provides free weekly activity-based afterschool workshops at local middle and high schools that are led by qualified facilitators and provide a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental environment to encourage open communication and skill development for the participants.