Where Imagination Comes Alive. . . Through a Dedicated Staff!
Part Time – $15p/h – Friday, Saturday and Sundays.
Knowledge of standard methods, practices, occupational hazards and safety rules,
knowledge of the proper use of chemicals, ability to follow instructions, ability to
operate and use janitorial tools, equipment, and supplies such as floor buffers, vacuum
cleaners and cleaning compounds and solutions. Ability to bend, reach, and stand for
extended periods. Ability to lift up to 75 pounds
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Employee Classification: Non-exempt, part-time, hourly, $15.00/hour
Work Schedule: Available to start July 2nd, 2018; Tuesday—Thursday; Seasonal
Reports To: Camp Manager
Aid the Education team during the Discovery Days Summer 2017 season. Support Seattle Children’s Museum’s Discovery Days camp programs by offering the Museum’s safe, interactive, and themed age-appropriate activities intended to pique the campers’ interest and enhance the learning experience.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- 35% SAFETY AND SECURITY:
- Enforcing the Museum’s safety and security policies during check in/check out, all program sessions, transitions and field trips.
- Preparing check in and check out materials daily, checking for accuracy.
- Maintaining appropriate ratios of staff to camper at all times.
- Administering camper First Aid when needed (must be First Aid certified by camp start date).
- Providing appropriate and safe activities and games.
- 40% CAMP PROGRAMMING/CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT:
- Facilitating assigned daily educational programs and lessons.
- Preparing program props, supplies and materials.
- Set-up and clean-up of classroom at camp opening and closing.
- Leading and role modeling imaginative play to campers.
- Providing alternative tasks based on age level or group size.
- Easily entertains and guides campers through transitions.
- Appropriately intervenes with undesirable child behavior.
- 15% MAINTAIN OVERALL CLEANLINESS OF MUSEUM:
- Cleaning classroom and supplies throughout the day
- Upkeep of classrooms, products, exhibits, spills, kitchen, office and general neatness
- Participating in the morning and nightly cleanings
- Maintaining education closet cleanliness and organization
- 10% PARTICIPATE IN INTERDEPARTMENTAL COLLABORATION AND TRAINING BY:
- Assisting in additional tasks as assigned
- Keeping up to date on museum policies, standards, and specific language
- Participating in training sessions to review known material and learn new material
EDUCATION: A.A. or B.A. preferred in Educational related field. Coursework in Child Development, Early Learning, and/or Physical Education is also desired. First Aid Certification and Food Handler’s Permit will be required by the camp start date.
EXPERIENCE: Experience working with children & families, Familiarity with a fast-paced work environment preferred.
SKILLS & ABILITIES: Basic computer skills, ability to lift 50 lbs, good communication necessary, flexibility and responsibility, decision making skills, and leadership skills
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