Curriculum Development, Training, and Program Evaluation (50%)
- Collaborate with the Girls Inc. Outreach Program Manager and Children and Youth Program Managers to develop STEM curriculum for girls in grades K-12.
- Train GCC and GIGM facilitators in STEM programming best practices and curriculum implementation.
- Connect and build partnerships to enhance STEMprogramming at GCC.
- Participate in planning and implementation of GCC wide family engagement programming.
- Work with GCC’s Assistant Director of Evaluation to create evaluation tools to assess the impact of Girls Inc. STEM programming.
- Use designated observation tool(s) to assess the quality of STEM programming across GCC and GIGM.
Program Facilitation (25%)
- Facilitate hands on, minds on, interactive STEM programming in a girl identified only environment for all girl identified individuals in Goodman’s Elementary program.
- Support the implementation of Girls Inc. STEM programming at Emerson and Lowell during afterschool clubs.
- Offer STEM programming through Community Outreach Events (ex: delivering STEM activity kits, creating pre-recorded STEM activity videos, leading STEM labs at parks).
- Facilitate STEM activities at GCC’s Family Fun Nights and GIGM citywide events
Administrative Duties (25%)
- Assist with adherence to standards and ensure the quality of program meets all contract or grant obligations.
- Participate in required continuing education hours and professional development opportunities.
- Assist with the organization and implementation of annual Girls Inc. Development events like International Women’s Day, and other center-wide and GIGM events as planned throughout the year.
- Oversee a high-quality volunteer program by supervising and training volunteers and communicating volunteer needs and feedback to the GCCVolunteer Manager.
- Attend weekly staff meetings and GCC all staff meetings.
- Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
- Create and distribute a monthly Girls Inc. program calendar to GCC’s Elementary Administrative team and Lead Teachers.
- Maintain youthfiles and ensure all required paperwork and permissions are updated and on hand.
- Record daily attendance of participants intoCenter databases.
- Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Commitment to Girls Inc.’s mission and GCC’s mission and values.
- At least 1-2 years of experience of direct service with elementary grade children.
- At least 1-2 years of developing age-appropriatecurriculum for youth in grades K –12.
- Working knowledge of positive youth development.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Competency using basic office software.
- Ability to work as a team and independently, take on a leadership role, and maintain a positive work environment.
SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS
- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends in addition to business hours.
- Willingness to be trained and drive a 15-passenger van.
- Have reliable transportation and hold a valid driver’s license with a good driving record.
- Ability to work with students in-person to deliver programming and participate in in-person team and other meetings.
- Ability to use computers daily in an interactive manner for extended periods of time as necessary.
- Ability to work in multiple environments (i.e. working in schools to develop opportunities a work station at GCCand remotely as needed).
- Ability to sit and/or stand for an extended period of time.
- Ability to lift, push, pull up to 15 pounds occasionally.
- Knowledge of Madison resources, program opportunities, and a diverse range of activities.
- At least 1-2 years of experience planning and leading developmentally appropriate STEM programming for youth ages 5-18.
- Associates or Bachelor's Degree in Science, Education, or related fields.