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Program Coordinator (Munhall)

Carnegie Library of Homestead

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510 East 10th Avenue near louise

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compensation: Lucrative package includes competitive wage, 401-K, employer paid medical insurance package for employee and optional insurance for family; paid time off package; holiday pay; free athletic club membership and tickets to various cultural events.
employment type: full-time
job title: Program Coordinator
The Carnegie Library of Homestead is seeking a dynamic, creative individual to join our team!

This individual will be responsible creating and delivering stellar programming opportunities to our community families. This position is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing youth and adult programs. Must have a passion for books, be a great teacher, be comfortable with technology, and be willing to make a difference in the life of a patron who may not have opportunities elsewhere.

You will work with the Library Director to plan, publicize, implement and evaluates a year-round schedule of programs.
Programs include but are not limited to Homeschool Arts/Science, Story times and STREAM-based afterschool workshops, and various adult programs. Works with the Fund Development team to evaluate and prepare statistics on quantitative/qualitative measures to fulfill funding commitments. Organizes and implements outreach to local schools, daycares, and other organizations.

Knowledge and Skills: Understand the needs and abilities of youth and adults and the available library materials and services. Knowledge of the principles and practices of a public library a plus but not required. Technology Proficiency: Microsoft Office; experience with any graphics packages a plus. Knowledge of Maker programming, STEAM based workshops, 3-D printing, circuits, coding and other similar programming trends. Familiarity with the Remake Learning network community and other partnership program opportunities a plus. Knowledge of computers, computer software (Ie: Microsoft Word, Excel) and office equipment (Ie: photocopiers and printers) is essential.

Schedule is typically Tuesday-Saturday daylight, with early evenings as needed to conduct programs.

The successful candidate should have experience mentoring youth from underserved communities. A background in education, social work and/or the library field is preferred. Candidate is subject to a criminal background check, FBI and youth clearance-check prior to beginning employment.

Please forward your resume, cover letter, program proposal, 3 references and salary requirements to
humanresources @ carnegieofhomestead . org
or mail to
Human Resources CLoH
510 East 10th Avenue
Munhall, Pa 15120
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post id: 7758573982

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