YMCA of Greater Richmond
  • 17-Feb-2023 to 31-May-2023 (EST)
  • Henrico, VA, USA
  • $30 per hour
  • Hourly
  • Seasonal - Part Time

Free metro Y membership, plus excellent training, development and career opportunities

The YMCA of Greater Richmond is seeking enthusiastic, passionate education professionals (certified teachers) to serve as Enrichment Specialists in our in-person Power Scholars Academy Summer Program in the Henrico area. This part-time position starts in July and ends in early August. This position starts at $30/hour and has the opportunity to be up to 40 hours/week.

DUTIES of an Enrichment Specialist

Enrichment Specialists will work closely with their Assistant Teachers to implement academic enrichment programs for elementary school students. Specific duties include development of relevant lessons; ensuring academic and social development of scholars; identifying scholar needs and creating original instructional plans; monitoring scholars' progress and making adjustments; working to create a safe and productive learning environment; providing mentorship to Assistant Teachers and volunteers; and supervising scholars in in-person day to day activities as well as special functions, such as field trips.

The YMCA of Greater Richmond will be following all, current COVID procedures (group sizes, screenings, masks, social distancing).

Applicants should be available from 11:30-3:30pm, Monday-Thursday and full-days on Fridays.

QUALIFICATIONS of an Enrichment Specialist

Candidates must have at least three years of related experience. A teaching certification is required. Must be a high school graduate, 18 years of age, and have at least six months experience working with youth. Excellent verbal, written, organizational and technological skills. Strong relationship building, mentoring, communication and leadership skills. Commitment to teamwork, collaboration, and service to diverse populations.

**Please attach your proof of education to your application**

This can be in the form of your high school diploma/equivalent, unofficial college transcripts, college/university diploma, teaching certification.

The YMCA of Greater Richmond stands committed to creating a work environment comprised of individuals from diverse socio-economic, racial, ethnic, religious, and national origins. We believe in nurturing the potential of all staff and are dedicated to the ongoing professional development of talent. We believe a diverse and inclusive work community is essential to fulfilling our mission of being open to all. The Y is a cause-driven organization focused on strengthening our community. The principles that guide us in our work are our core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.

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