Job Posting: Computing Career Corps Site Coordinator

JOB POSTING: Computing Career Corps Sire Coordinator

Computing Career Corps (CCC) Program Overview
TECH CORPS’ Computing Career Corps (CCC) is designed to strengthen students’ technology (computing) skills while at the same time exploring technology career pathways. The program introduces students to a variety of occupations in the field of technology including computer programming, software engineering, robotics and app development. Students will gain a solid understanding of the inner workings of technology and also use their newly acquired skills in the authentic task of creating solutions to everyday problems.

Site Coordinators are responsible for leading and supervising the students as they complete the fifteen- week program. Site Coordinators serve at their assigned program site on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or a combination of days (based on their availability, program need) from 4:00pm-7:00pm. The Computing Career Corps experience will tentatively run from the week of January 22, 2018 – the week of May 14, 2018.

Position:     Instructor, Part-Time, Temporary
Position Summary:     Temporary Assignment: (Paid) Training: Tentatively January 17-18, 2018 (5-9PM)
Hours/Wage:     Program: Late January – Mid May (2 weeks off for Spring Break) $15.00/hour: 4-16 hours/week (3/hours a night + 1/hour/night for additional responsibilities including administrative tasks and team meetings)
Locations:     Multiple sites across Franklin County


  • Minimum associate’s degree; preferred Bachelor’s degree in human resources, education, or related field preferred
  • Computer literate in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Access
  • Ability to work with staff and clients to include public schools and/or other community organizations
  • Possess basic knowledge and/or have experience leading, coaching or teaching groups
  • Previous experience working with diverse populations and/or urban teenagers is a plus
  • Ability to multitask with strong attention to detail and the ability to perform under deadline pressure
  • Ability to be adaptable and flexible, self-motivate and take initiative
  • Exemplary customer service skills and the ability to accommodate different situations and temperaments
  • Demonstrated professionalism (time management, appearance, dependability) and strong work ethic
  • Ability to work independently with excellent time management skills and willingness to take ownership for wide-ranging responsibilities
  • Friendly and positive demeanor; team player who enjoys interacting with people, particularly teens

The Computing Career Corps Site Coordinator is primarily responsible for assisting the Instructors and students with the successful completion of the Computing Career Corps program experience. The Computing Career Corps Site Coordinator is also responsible for assisting with administrative oversight, supervising and managing all aspects of the Computing Career Corps administrative program requirements at assigned location. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Prepare and process paperwork for participant eligibility.
  • Maintain case/files on all assigned participants.
  • Serve as liaison/point of contact for assigned program sites.
  • Meet with Instructors regarding the integration of program tasks and administrative requirements.
  • Collaborate with Instructors on a daily basis to coordinate daily/weekly reports.
  • Responsible for all requests made by assigned program site regarding weekly reports, final report and youth concerns.
  • Collect data, prepare and process reports for TECH CORPS.
  • Maintains a weekly log to document attendance and youth progress.
  • Assists youth with goal setting.
  • Administer and collect mid-point and final evaluations.
  • Attend weekly meeting with staff regarding documentation, statistics of enrollee progress and program compliance.
  • Contact any student who has an unexplained absence to discuss progress, offer assistance and encourage retention including documenting contact with absent students.
  • Perform other related duties as required.

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For more information, please contact:
Carla @ 614-583-9211