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Summer Program Outreach Co-ordinator

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Job Order #: 5786264

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30 hrs/week, 16 weeks, $16.00/hr
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May 19-Sept.5
Completed at least some post-secondary
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Rhonda Lamb

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Duties include:
-oversee the development and implementation of 2 age appropriate summer childrens programs based on the exhibitions and displays
-present an outline of program content and supplies to HR committee for approval before the program is promoted and delivered.
-purchase supplies based on a budget for each program and provide receipts for all purchases.
-provide instruction and supervision for summer programming
-provide  parent/children contact lists and photographs/images with completed photo release forms
-ensure that the program area is set up before and keep the space and surrounding areas safe, clean and that all supplies/equipment are put away at the end of each day
-learn and apply protocols by the Saskatchewan Health Authority regarding keeping visitors/staff/volunteers safe when at the museum
-create an inventory of supplies and equipment remaining at the end of the program
-ensure the Museum, its artifacts, displays and assets are protected from damage
-develop community based programming through a series of weekly family based activities that can be undertaken outside of the museum.
-create a virtual tour of the new feature exhibition to be posted on the Museums website which will contain learning and interactive opportunities.
*full time post-secondary students returning in the Fall
*excellent written and verbal English skills
*excellent interpersonal skills, ability to think independently and creatively and work well as part of a team
*familiar with computers and basic office equipment
*experience with program development would be an asset
*create detailed records of work completed over the summer and provide written final evaluations of projects/programs initiated *interest in history and demonstrated community involvement
*must possess a reliable vehicle and hold a valid drivers license
*required to provide a police check before hiring.


Skills and Abilities

Essential Skills
 - Reading text
 - Document use
 - Writing
 - Oral communication
 - Working with others
 - Problem solving
 - Decision making
 - Critical thinking
 - Job task planning and organizing
 - Finding information
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
 - Not required
 - Not applicable
Additional Skills
 - Use computer hardware and software
 - Perform administrative tasks
Specific Skills
 - Deliver presentations at conferences, workshops or symposia
Work Setting
 - Community organization
Area Of Specialization
 - Aboriginal or First Nations education
 - Teacher training or certification
 - Multicultural education
 - Curriculum development and evaluation
 - Community services
 - Co-operative education
Policy and Program Experience
 - Secondary education
 - Elementary education
Area of Functional Expertise
 - Public relations or communications


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