Under the direction of the Project Coach, the Part-Time Project Assistant is responsible for the overall coordination, set up and cleanup of all programs under the Ready to Achieve Grant in the Queensboro Hill Community Library. The Part-Time Project Assistant will advertise programs, conduct community outreach, conduct surveys and compile reports. Performs other duties as required. This is a temporary grant-funded position effective three (3) months after date of hire.
Assists in developing programs using the TeacherGeek Maker Cart. Sets up programs/projects. Ensures all supplies are set out for program participants. Monitors program, assists Project Coach during program. Assists participants with instructions and answers questions. Functions as a teaching assistant in the classroom/program room. Cleans up program room after each session, ensuring supplies and items on TeacherGeek Maker Cart are stored in designated areas. Promotes programs through neighborhood outreach. Distributes surveys and compile results. Records ideas during brainstorming sessions. Tracks attendance.
High School Diploma or High School Equivalency with advanced courses in STEAM and a GPA of 3.85 or higher required. Experience or interest working with youth ages 14 – 19 required. College courses in STEAM preferred.
Queensboro Public Library
Please send your resume and cover letter to [email protected] and reference “Part-Time Project Assistant-RTA Grant_EXT” in the subject line. Resumes will only be accepted by email.
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