Community Opportunities

Lincoln Foundation Math and Science Summer Camp

Job Title: Math and Science STEM Teacher - Two Openings
  

About Lincoln Foundation

Lincoln Foundation has empowered disadvantaged youth to overcome adversity through education since its inception by Berea College over 100 years ago.   Our primary purpose is to holistically develop students in a culture that stresses academic achievement and graduation from college.  It is our belief that students can break the cycle of poverty in their families through higher education. Lincoln Foundation annually serves approximately 600 students from two years of age through college with its year-round, nontraditional educational enrichment programs.

Our Mission is to provide educational enrichment programs that develop and support youth in overcoming barriers to achievement.  Our vision is Lincoln Foundation will be the premier provider of out-of-school college preparatory programs for socioeconomically disadvantaged students in the region.

Position Overview

The two-week summer Math & Science STEM Program is held at the UofL College of Arts & Sciences, engages high school students in a real-world laboratory setting. Approximately 100 students in grades 9-12 conduct research and scientific investigations around the global issues of biodiversity, water quality, and energy.  Students apply math and science skills as they gather information, conduct investigations, solve problems, design projects, and present sustainable solutions. The hands-on, interdisciplinary curriculum prepares students for their next levels in math and science. Students entering into grades 9-12 may apply on line at www.lincolnfdn.org or in the Lincoln Foundation office at 4322 Bishop Lane, Louisville, KY 40218.  The date of the program is June 10th to June 21, 2019 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm. The registration fee for students is $100.00.

General Responsibilities

  • Collaborates with the educational programs coordinator to plan, organize, and deliver program instruction based on approved curriculum
  • Meets and instructs assigned Educational Clinic classes in the locations
  • Creates and maintains a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the maturity and interests of students
  • Guides the learning process toward the achievement goals and establishes objectives for all lessons
  • Communicates supply needs to the educational program coordinator
  • Monitors, evaluates, and communicates scholar progress and behavior. This includes administering pretests, posttests, and scholar/parent surveys.
  • Accesses the accomplishments of scholars on a regular basis and provides semester progress reports to the director of Educational Programs
  • Counsels scholars and parents/guardians and reports outcomes to to the director of Educational Programs
  • Assists in retrieving scholar/parent sign-in sheets
  • Assists in ensuring that teacher time sheets are properly completed
  • Attends teacher meetings and staff development sessions as scheduled
  • Implements and enforces school and Lincoln Foundation policies and rules governing student conduct in a fair and just manner
  • Writes referrals as needed and informs the Educational Programs coordinator and the director of Educational Programs of any behavior or disciplinary issues in a timely manner
  • Responds appropriately to student emergencies

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree/certified teacher in the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Hours/Compensation and Work Locations

  • $25 per hour for teaching; $20 per hour for planning
  • Location:  UofL College of Arts & Sciences

How to Apply

Interest teachers contact Faye Owens, fowens@lincolnfdn.org or 502-585-4733 ext.215


Technology and Study Skills Summer Program:

This is a two week summer program for Whitney M. YOUNG Scholars only. The program is held at Central High School MCA, June 17, 2019 to June 28, 2019.  There are two sessions, 9:00 am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:00pm. The purpose of the program is to engage Scholars in learning experiences that enhance their use of technology skills.  This program will allow them to explore and use technology to produce projects.

Position Needed:

  • One high or middle school technology teacher..

Qualifications:  

  • Bachelor’s degree/certified teacher in the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Compensation: 

$25.00 per hour and $20.00 per hour for planning

How to Apply

Interested teachers contact Faye Owens, fowens@lincolnfdn.org or 502-585-4733 ext.215


Lincoln Foundation has empowered disadvantaged youth to overcome adversity through education since its inception by Berea College over 100 years ago.   Our primary purpose is to holistically develop students in a culture that stresses academic achievement and graduation from college.  It is our belief that students can break the cycle of poverty in their families through higher education. Lincoln Foundation annually serves approximately 600 students from two years of age through college with its year-round, nontraditional educational enrichment programs.

Our Mission is to provide educational enrichment programs that develop and support youth in overcoming barriers to achievement.  Our vision is Lincoln Foundation will be the premier provider of out-of-school college preparatory programs for socioeconomically disadvantaged students in the region.

Gheens Foundation Educational Clinics

The Educational Clinics are designed to  develop and enhance the Scholar’s skills in science, mathematics, writing, language development, conflict resolution, Shakespeare, oration, presentation, ACT preparation, and college readiness.  Educational Clinics are taught by teachers primarily from Jefferson County Public Schools. Scholars attend Educational Clinics at local area colleges or educational venues from 9:00 a.m. to noon during the academic year and are generally held on the first and third Saturdays of the month.

Positions Needed:

Four high or middle school  English teachers; 

Two high or middle school science teachers

Two ACT Preparation Teachers

One 12th grade teacher for College Readiness

The teachers are needed  for the Gheens Foundation Educational Clinics that meets on the first and third Saturdays from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15pm of each month from August 17, 2019  to May 2020.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree, teacher’s certification

Compensation:

$25.00 per hour and $20.00 per hour for planning

Interested teachers contact Venita Benboe 502-585-4733 Ext.212 or Theresa Feller 502-585-4733 ext.  216


Job Description

TITLE:                                    Director of Site Based Programs & Childcare Licensing

DEPARTMENT:                    Operations

REPORTS TO:                      VP of Operations

CLASSIFICATION:             Full-time/Exempt

PRIMARY FUNCTION:   

The Director of Site Based Programs & Childcare Licensing is responsible for ensuring the health, safety, and quality of education, for all children within the organization’s care. The Director is directly accountable for overall operational management in accordance Boys & Girls Clubs of America standards as well as childcare licensure regulations in Kentucky and Indiana.  Responsibilities also include curriculum development, staff management, legal and budgetary considerations, and long range planning. The Director ensures that the needs of the club members and the goals of the program are met appropriately.

With oversight for programmatic, operational, and licensed child-care requirements, the Site-Director will be responsible for monitoring and managing six sites:  Clarksville and Charlestown in Indiana, Bullitt Lick Middle in Shepherdsvillle, Frost Middle, Semple Elementary, and W. E. B. DuBois Academy.

Primary focus of work is with and on behalf of children and youth to facilitate their personal, social, and educational development and enable them to gain a voice, influence, and place in society as they make the transition from dependence to independence.

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):

Leadership

  1. Establish programs, activities and services that prepare youth for success and that create a club environment that facilitates achievement of Youth Development Outcomes.
  2. Actively participate in the operational leadership team to carry out the organizational mission in the clubs.
  3. Provides the direct supervision of Site Based Staff.
  4. Responsible for the successful launch of licensed sites; this includes operating within regulatory guidelines as well as successful billing for member services base on the budget.
  5. Promote relationships with parents to expedite applications to the CCAP department.

Prepare for Youth Success

  1. Plan and oversee the completion and administration of designated Club programs and activities that support Youth Development Outcomes.
  2. Establish Club program objectives consistent with organizational goals and mission. 
  3. Oversee the provision of day-to-day program activities in accordance with established standards and goals.
  4. Ensure that members are encouraged to participate in a variety of program areas/activities and receive instruction and constructive feedback to develop skills in program area(s).
  5. Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members.

Health and Safety

  1. Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area(s).
  2. Monitor facilities and ensure a productive work environment, maintaining an inventory of all program equipment and supplies in good order.  Recommend requisitions, as necessary; controlling expenditures against monthly supply budget.

Program Development and Implementation

  1. Establish and maintain Club program goals and settings that insure the health and safety of members. 
  2. Ensure that professional site staff understand and effectively communicate standards of program; that they ensure program areas are safe, well ventilated and well lit; and that club equipment is maintained in good working condition.
  3. Ensure the evaluation of Club programs on a continual basis and ensures programs/activities respond to member needs and address their diversity. (Completion of the YPQI observation form at each Site monthly)
  4. Working with the school leadership, develop recruiting strategies to actively recruit members.
  5. Oversee the daily youth feeding program that includes Kids Café and the Federal Snack Program.
  6. Have a good understanding of program outcome measurement—how to develop outcomes, outputs and metrics for programs, and then successfully measure outcomes of current programs.
  7. Control Club program and activity expenditures within approved budget. 
  8. Attend monthly trainings for professional youth development skill building and knowledge of organizational policy.
  9. Required successful programming at the Sites include: Read Theory, Power Hour, Torch Club, Triple Play, Passport to Manhood, Smart Girls, Money Matters, Positive Action, Smart Moves and Indiana Kids.

Supervision

  1. Responsible for supervising all Site employees, allocating and monitoring work assigned to program volunteers and staff, providing ongoing feedback and regular appraisal.
  2. Identify and support training and development opportunities for assigned volunteers and staff.
  3. Oversee proper record keeping and reporting to include activities and events breakdowns of daily participation figures, notable achievements and any problems/issues.
  4. Oversee and ensure all pre and post data is collected for all programs and for requirements for childcare licensing.
  5. Ensure productive and effective performance by all program staff and volunteers in the absence of Unit Director.
  6. Provide coaching of professional staff with program delivery and quality improvement using the YPQI model.

Marketing and Public Relations

  1. Increase visibility of Club programs via posting of daily schedule, announcements of upcoming events and the dissemination of timely information for the development of advertising and promotion through mailings, fliers and media releases.

Partnership Development

  1. Develop collaborative partnerships with other youth serving organizations, members, parents, families and community organizations.
  2. Ensure a productive work environment by participating in weekly unit staff meetings.

Technology

  1. Monitor and maintain accurate program reporting statistics in membership database.
  2. Create reports, documents, materials, correspondence and information using proficiency in Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  3. Provide oversight and staff training on membership database systems.
  4. Engage in regular use of BGCA.net resources and tools via the internet.
  5. Ability to use internet search functions to identify resources, information and applications of best practice youth development knowledge.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • May oversee special programs and/or events (i.e. Keystone, Youth of the Year and Awards Programs), and/or participate in the implementation of other unit activities as necessary.
  • May be required to drive Club van.
  • Consult with parents concerning member and club issues.
  • May handle Club financial accounting and recordkeeping.
  • May be required to work within other club programs as identified by ratio and leadership needs.
  • May be required to assist the Unit Director in compiling programmatic data and outcomes to complete grant and operational reports.    

Relationships:

  • Internal:  Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, and  Unit Director to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/counsel. 
  • External:  Maintain contact as needed with external community groups, schools, members’ parents and others.

Skills/Knowledge Required:

  • Four-year degree in related field from an accredited college or university.
  • A minimum of five years’ work experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar organization planning and supervising activities based on the developmental needs of young people.
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Strong Interpersonal skills.
  • Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
  • Demonstrated organizational, staff and project management abilities.
  • Demonstrated facilitation and training experience.
  • Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications
  • Experience developing and managing programs
  • Experience managing databases for recording keeping, entry, and extracting information for reporting.
  • CPR and First Aid Certifications preferred
  • Age 21 within 30 days of hire date.
  • Knowledge of basic computer functions.

Physical Requirements/Work Environment:

  • Must be able to lift at least 35 pounds.

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DISCLAIMER:

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain, nor to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.

Nothing contained within this job description is intended to create a contract for employment, express or implied, nor a guarantee of continued employment for a specified duration.  Employment with the club is at-will. The club may discharge an employee at any time for any reason whatsoever, with or without cause, and with or without notice.


                                                                                                                                                                         

Job Description

TITLE:                                 21st Century Program Lead – Site Coordinator

DEPARTMENT:                 Operations

REPORTS TO:                    Unit Director

CLASSIFICATION:            Part-time/Non-Exempt       

SALARY:                               $35-38K 

PRIMARY FUNCTION:   

Under the direct supervisor of the Site-based Director, the 21st Century Site Coordinator will provide the overall coordination of the after and summer programming as appropriate at assigned location ensuring program compliance with applicable policies and procedures.  They will be responsible the program design and implementation, recruitment of students, coordination with school-day curriculum, collect and input data and performing related work as required.  The position works independently, communicating major activities via-email, phone calls and periodic meetings

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):

This list represents the essential tasks performed by the position.  These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed.  Employees will be required to perform other duties as assigned.

  • Coordinates the 21st CCLC Program at the assigned site(s).
  • Ensures program compliance with applicable “Club “policies and procedures, state and federal laws and regulations, and standards of quality and safety; interprets policies, procedures, laws and regulations for staff and parents as necessary.
  • Establishes and ensures the maintenance of accurate and complete student records.
  • Monitors program effectiveness and efficiency, and makes recommendations for improvements as necessary to enhance services, achieve goals and ensure compliance.
  • Reads, interprets, and applies complex policies and laws governing the 21st CCLC program at the site.
  • Manages day- to-day operations of the program, including daily schedule changes, staff and youth transitions.
  • Interact with regular school staff and attend school site functions as needed.
  • Develop positive relationships and maintain high levels of communication with teachers, parents, and other school personnel.
  • Work closely with teachers to identify low-performing students and align activities to be sure they are different from regular school day and discuss evaluation and eligibility criteria.
  • Maintain and submit to Site-based Unit Director, Unit Director and/or Program Director a schedule of academic, recreational and enrichment activities according to the 21st CCLC guidelines.
  • Be familiar with the 21st CCLC grant goals and objectives, and all program requirements.
  • Participate in all meetings, workshops, and activities organized by the Boys & Girls Club of Kentuckiana and 21st CCLC (local, state, & regional).
  • Coordinate the evaluation process including surveys of students and teachers.
  • Compiles data for and prepares records and reports and reports as required by the Club, State and Federal levels.
  • Performs general administrative work as required, including but not limited to entering and retrieving computer data, preparing reports and correspondence, copying and filing documents, sending and receiving faxes and e-mails, and ordering supplies.
  • Attend meeting, training, workshops and conferences as appropriate to enhance knowledge and skills.
  • Complies, examines, or evaluates data or information, enters data into the PPICS system and state report, and possibly recommends action based on results.
  • Provide orientation, training, observation, coaching and mentorship to site staff.
  • Reads 21st CCLC grant, manuals, guidance; prepares specialized reports and forms.
  • Assures safety and supervision of youth at all times, with appropriate ratios of adults to youth.
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage diverse staff and process strong conflict management skills.
  • Organized with strong verbal and written communication skills; strong listening capabilities.
  • Self-starter and problem-solver with strong initiative and ability to design, implement and evaluate projects and demonstrate ability to create positive learning environment.

Computer Skills

  • Requires sedentary work involving standing or walking for brief periods, exerting up to 10 pounds of force on a regular basis; and some dexterity in operating office equipment.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • All other duties as assigned

Relationships

  • Internal: Maintains close contact with the Club Unit Director.
  • External: Maintains contact with, schools, teachers, counselors, principals, etc.), parents / guardians and community based organizations

QUALIFICATIONS

Education Requirements

  • BA or BS degree in Education, Recreation or related field
  • Prior experience in a school or community based organization
  • Willing to work evenings and summer hours
  • Must pass a criminal background check
  • Have a valid driver’s license and personal vehicle insurance or access to the same

Experience

  • Previous experience in program planning
  • Ability to multi task and organize a variety of activities
  • Strong documentation and attention to detail
  • Ability to manage time as well as learning environment

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DISCLAIMER:

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.


   

       

Job Description

TITLE:                                    Youth Development Professional – Teen Program Lead

DEPARTMENT:                     Operations

REPORTS TO:                      Unit Director

CLASSIFICATION:             Full-time/Non-Exempt                              

PRIMARY FUNCTION:   

Under the direct supervision of the Unit Director, responsible for assisting with a broad range of core BGCA outcome areas (Academic Success, Health Lifestyles, and Good Character & Leadership) supporting teen operations and implementation. Provide effective outreach, programs and services to teens while giving them the tools and support to become productive, responsible and caring citizens of their community.

Program Focus Areas:  Plans, implements, oversees, and evaluates activities within Teen Program areas including ACT Prep, Career Launch, Diplomas to Degrees, Junior Staff, Keystone Money Matters, Passport to Manhood, Smart Moves, Smart Girls, Triple Play Series, Workforce Development, Youth of the Year, and College tours as well as other assigned Teen program activities supporting BGCA and donor-funded grants.

Youth development refers to helping young people have the building blocks needed for positive cognitive, social, emotional and physical development so they can thrive and be resilient.  For Clubs and Youth Centers to foster the development of the whole child, youth development professionals should focus on creating positive experiences, relationships and environments for youth through implementation of the Five Key Elements for Positive Youth Development. Positive experiences, relationships and environments are the foundation for building good character, and, ultimately, positive outcomes in our three priority areas (Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, & Good Character & Leadership) for youth.

We implement the Five Key Elements for Positive Youth Development. When planning and delivering programs for and with youth, focus on these elements every day; they provide the essential foundation of your programming.

  1. Create a Safe, Positive Environment
  2. Generate Fun & Foster a Sense of Belonging
  3. Encourage Supportive Relationships with Peers and Adults
  4. Provide Opportunities & Set Expectations
  5. Offer Formal and Informal Recognition

 

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):

Prepare Youth for Success

  1. Plan and oversee the administration of designated Club programs and activities that support Youth Development Outcomes for teen programs.
  2. Conduct age-appropriate group clubs, including those emphasizing education, technology and job-readiness.
  3. Establish Club program objectives consistent with BGCK mission, core outcomes, and BGCA blueprint. 
  4. Oversee the provision of day-to-day teen program activities in accordance with established standards and goals.
  5. Ensure that members are encouraged to participate in a variety of program areas/activities and receive instruction and constructive feedback to develop skills in teen program area(s).
  6. Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members.
  7. Create an environment that facilitates the achievement of Youth Development Outcomes
  8. Promote and stimulate program participation;
  9. Register new members and participate in their club orientation process;
  10. Provide guidance and role modeling to members.

 

Program Development and Implementation

  1. Assist the Unit Director to actively recruit teen members.
  2. Plan, organize and implement teen programs and activities for club members that will help young people access higher education opportunities and encourage them to pursue future careers.
  3. Evaluate teen programs on a continual basis to ensure programs/activities respond to member needs and address their gender and cultural diversity.
  4. Have a good understanding of program outcome measurement—how to develop outcomes, outputs and metrics for programs, and then successfully measure outcomes of current programs.
  5. Oversee proper record keeping and reporting including activities and events conducted, breakdowns of daily participation figures, notable achievements and any problems/issues.
  6. Control Club program and activity expenditures within approved budget. 
  7. Ensure a productive work environment by participating in weekly unit staff meetings.
  8. Increase visibility of Club programs via posting of daily schedule, announcements of upcoming events internally & externally.
  9. Attend monthly trainings for professional youth development skill building and knowledge of organizational policy.
  10. Complete training requirements for Workforce Development, Keystone, Youth of the Year, Career Launch, Junior Staff, Diplomas to Degrees, Money Matters, ACT Prep, Smart Moves, Smart Girls, Passport to Manhood, Triple Play Series, and College tours as well as other assigned Teen program activities supporting BGCA and donor-funded grants.

Supervision

  1. Coordinate assigned volunteers and; provide ongoing feedback; and identify and support development opportunities.
  2. Responsible for executing all Teen Programming, ensuring that the members participate and build skills in all teen programming areas.
  3. Responsible for identifying and working for successful completion of all Youth of the Year requirements.
  4. Provide backup support in the absence of Unit Director
  5. Responsible for completion of closing procedures and securing the facility at close each evening.
     

Partnership Development

  1. Develop collaborative partnerships with other youth serving organizations, members, parents, families and community organizations.
  2. Ensure a productive work environment by participating in weekly unit staff meetings.
  3. Increase visibility of Club programs via posting of daily schedule, announcements of upcoming events and the dissemination of timely information for the development of advertising and promotion through mailings.
  4. Assist Unit Director to maintain relationships with schools and appropriate community agencies to assist with recruitment.

Technology

  1. Create reports, documents, materials, correspondence and information using proficiency in Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  2. Update and enter membership and programming related data in membership database systems.
  3. Engage in regular use of BGCA.net resources and tools via the internet.
  4. Ability to use internet search functions to identify resources and applications of best practice youth development knowledge.

Health and Safety

  1. Ensure cleanliness and safety of primary work area.
  2. Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • May participate in special programs and/or events.
  • May be required to drive Club van.
  • Must be flexible and willing to support all Club locations as needed
  • Be available to work between 11a-7p/12-8p during the School Year
  • Be available to work, at a minimum, your hours of work (schedule may vary) between 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. during Summer Hours.
  • Oversee the daily youth feeding program that includes Kids Café.
  • Participate in weekly or regularly scheduled staff meetings.
  • Required to maintain appropriate records and assigned reporting requirements.
  • Additional duties as assigned.
     

Relationships:

  • Internal:  Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, Arts and Cultural Coordinator and Unit/Program Director to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/counsel. 
  • External:  Maintain contact with external community groups, schools, members’ parents, arts and cultural organizations, others to assist in resolving problems and delivering quality programs.

Physical Requirements/Work Environment:

  • Must be able to lift at least 35 pounds.

Skills/Knowledge Required:

  • High School Diploma or GED; Bachelor’s Degree Preferred
  • Minimum of one-year experience in planning and implementing teen age appropriate programs.
  • Experience working with children between the ages of 13 – 18.
  • Knowledge of the youth development cycle.
  • Understanding of the BGCA Program Basics Blueprint
  • Ability to implement Read Theory practices.
  • Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems.
  • Ability to deal with the general public.
  • Ability to organize and supervise members in a safe environment.
  • Valid State Driver’s License.
  • Must be age 21 within 30 days of hire date.
  • Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications.
  • Knowledge of basic computer functions.
  • Knowledge of Youth Methods concepts preferred.

SALARY

 $13-$15/HR. non-exempt full time.

TO APPLY: https://jobapply.page.link/HyUW

DISCLAIMER:

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain, nor to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.

Nothing contained within this job description is intended to create a contract for employment, express or implied, nor a guarantee of continued employment for a specified duration.  Employment with the club is at-will. The club may discharge an employee at any time for any reason whatsoever, with or without cause, and with or without notice.


Job Description

TITLE:                                    Facilities Director

DEPARTMENT:                     Operations

REPORTS TO:                      Unit Director

CLASSIFICATION:             Full-time/Non-Exempt                              

PRIMARY FUNCTION:   

The Director of Facilities shall be responsible for overseeing facilities operations, managing facilities budgets, performing routine maintenance, responding to emergencies, managing risk, managing contractors, overseeing security, and conducting site inspections.   Responsible for performing general maintenance and repairs on facility equipment and property structures, in addition to performing grounds maintenance to ensure facilities are tidy and functional, at all locations.


All candidates must be able to meet the following requirements:

  • A minimum of three years’ experience in, electrical, plumbing and HVAC maintenance
  • A minimum of three years of progressively responsible work experience managing facilities in a non-profit agency, or equivalent experience and/or training
  • Must be at least age 21
  • Valid Driver's license


Key Roles (Essential Job Responsibilities):
  • Leadership
    • Plans, organizes, and directs all the general and specialized maintenance, renovation, construction, and repair of grounds, buildings, utility systems, equipment, and preparation of budgets.
    • Perform maintenance and repairs assigned through work order system.  Provide documentation of progress and completion through work order system.
    • Conduct on-site electrical, mechanical, physical and plumbing troubleshooting to determine cause for reported issue and establish the necessary repairs utilizing visual inspection, test procedures and appropriate test equipment to include referral to contracted vendor if needed.
    • Perform a general safety audit prior to completion of work, documenting that all required safety features are functional and present.
    • Survey buildings and repair mechanical systems, where feasible, to ensure they are consistent with health and safety standards
    • Develops, implements, and monitors policies and procedures appropriate to the day-to-day operation of the department
       
  • Strategic Planning
    • Assist the VP of Operations in the development of specific short-term and long-term plans and programs, together with supporting budget requests and financial estimates.
    • Monitor and control monthly expenses for facility services operations against budget plan.
    • Assigns priorities and assures appropriate resource acquisition and application.
    • Inspects facilities and equipment and maintains routine and long-term service needs to ensure reliability and integrity of all facilities, equipment and systems, assures that in-house repairs are done in a timely fashion.
       
  • Maintenance Record Keeping
    • Maintain a building maintenance file that includes each of these items:
    • Product Information, Installer Information, Maintenance Instructions and History, Guarantee/Warranty Information
    • Maintains a master calendar outlining work required and frequency of performance for each item on the maintenance list
    • Files all important records and all other pertinent data associated with the facilities and keeps the files where they are safe and can be readily accessed and updated
       
  • Facilities Appearance
    • Maintains overall appearance of the units
    • Oversees training and quality of work of cleaning staff
    • Assures that staff monitors the housekeeping of their respective areas
    • Informs administration of specific maintenance/cleaning needs, orders necessary cleaning supplies
    • Assures that staff and kids are held accountable for any damages
    •  
  • Facilities Maintenance
    • Conducts an annual assessment of the operation and maintenance of facilities consistent with the long range plans
    • Compiles a written maintenance and cleaning schedule used to direct and verify ongoing planned maintenance and cleaning tasks
    • Conducts periodic inspections with the staff to assess and modify maintenance and safety needs; implement plan of action to resolve problem areas
    • Inspects restrooms, locker rooms and kitchen areas for proper cleanliness
    • Develop maintenance procedures and cleaning schedules for all vehicles
    • Keep log of maintenance work on all vehicles
       
  • Safety
    • Displays or improve signage and posters to be attractive and properly located
    • Inspects grounds, buildings and all program areas to eliminate graffiti and litter, and provide safe, neat, clean, sanitary, well-lit and attractive conditions
    • Inspects all equipment for safety and physical condition
    • Posts safety precautions conspicuously and instructs staff in their proper and safe use
    • Provides proper and secure storage for all supplies, equipment and members’ personal belongings
    • Reviews facilities for compliance with all local codes-safety, health, and fire
    • Reviews and refines facility-use policy annually
    • Posts an evacuation plan in appropriate areas. Designates emergency exits as per local building codes. Train staff to implement emergency procedures and drills on a regular basis
    • Maintain all company issued equipment in a safe and proper working order.
    • Operate tools, equipment and vehicles in a safe and responsible manner. Notify supervisor of any deficiencies for resolution
       
  • Partnership management
    • Maintain contact with Unit Directors to provide Maintenance and support in matters of facilities maintenance and operations; 
    • Interact regularly with Safety Committee to support budget, projects, and facilities assignments.
    • Prepare and present regular reports for Safety Committee in as required.
    • Maintain contact with external resources, vendors, and other groups as required.
    • Actively participate and attend organizational fundraising events and activities in support of increasing and supporting donor relations; required attendance for Clubs and sites with club member participation.
       
  • Qualifications
    • Knowledge of the methods, techniques, tools, and materials used in the building trades and mechanical repair
    • Knowledge of the materials commonly used in the care and maintenance of buildings and equipment
    • Knowledge of the occupational hazards associated with various trades, work, and the pertinent safety precautions
    • Sound administrative skills, and well-developed management skills
    • Strong leadership ability and presentation skills
    • Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with employees, public officials, business associates, and citizens
    • Knowledge of local safety issues-fire, safety, and health
    • Strong communication abilities
    • Knowledge and proficient use of Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, and Outlook; familiar with the ASP and checks e-mail daily and responds in a timely manner
    • IT support experience a plus
       
  • Physical Requirements/Work Environment
    • While performing the responsibilities of this position, these work environment characteristics are representative of the environment this position will encounter. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
    • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and vehicles. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
    • The employee is often required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, lift up to 50 pounds and to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision.
    • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. 
    • May require work hours outside of normal business hours to accommodate facilities and maintenance requirements.
  • Benefits
    • We offer our full-time employees a competitive salary with a full array of benefits, including Paid Time Off, Medical, Wellness Incentives, Dental, Vision,  Life Insurance, Wage Replacement Benefits, Pension Plan -we contribute to your long-term savings plan, and a host of other options to include AFLAC coverages for you and your family.

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PRA Louisville

Job Title: Field Staff

Department: Event Production

Reports to: Managing Director, Design & Event Producer

FSLA Classification: Non-Exempt

Office Location: Louisville, KY

Compensation: $16.00, per hour

Position Overview

Are you or someone you know ready for a new adventure? Do you have a passion for events? Do you want to work for a company that understands the value of its employees?

If so, we hope you'll join us in Louisville!

PRA is excited to announce our latest venture in the Derby City. While we continue to build a network of meeting professionals in the Louisville area, we are seeking dedicated event staff to join our Field Staff team.

As a Field Staff member, you will have the chance to explore Louisville from a whole new perspective. While being an integral part to the next chapter in PRA's history, you'll have the benefit of flexible work hours, great pay, and lots of fun along the way!

Do you have experience in any of the following?

  • Airport Meet/Greet
  • Transportation escorting
  • Hospitality/Registration Desk
  • Event Set-up/Strike
  • Event and Catering Staffing
  • Team-Building Staffing

If so, we would love to hear more!

How to Apply

Email Managing Director, Kayla Hadley at kayla.hadley@pra.com