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Site Monitor-Learn&Earn(Temp)



City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) is an integral partner in the Chicago Housing Authority’s (CHA) summer youth program,Learn and Earn, in which CCC provides the use of facilities such as classroom space and computer labs at CCC campuses for CHA youth enrolled in the summer program. The Learn and Earn program is geared towards teens, ages 13-15.

Learn and Earn is an academic enhancement and career exploration program on college campuses that aims to prevent summer learning loss and expose youth to a variety of future career options through guest speakers and field trips.

These positions are temporary, part-time positions. The summer program runs for approximately six weeks during the months of June through August

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE

Reporting to the District Director-Partners in Education,Site Monitorsare assigned to work at a college campus or satellite location hosting a Learn and Earn Summer Youth Program. Responsible for maintaining a safe and orderly environment for students enrolled in the summer program, and protecting CCC’s campus facilities, property, and equipment from damage or loss. Performs related duties as required.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

· Works with CCC facility coordinator at campus location to ensure requested space and equipment such as classrooms, office, storage, cafeteria areas, computer and other audio-visual equipment are available and accessible to summer program participants.

· Checks and documents physical condition of classrooms, equipment, and other property before and after use by program participants to assess and determine any damages to CCC property and/or loss of equipment and other resources.

· Monitors the daily arrival and departure of students to assist instructors and program coordinators in taking program attendance and monitoring the movement of students in and out of assigned classrooms.

· Monitors and observes student actions in the classrooms, in the hallways and on campus to help maintain a safe environment and ensure individual students are where they are supposed to be for their personal safety.

· Responds to requests for assistance from instructors in establishing control over classrooms where students are acting in a disruptive manner.

· Assists instructors and program coordinators in guiding students to move in an orderly manner from classrooms to cafeteria and other campus locations to ensure minimal disruption to regular campus operations.

· Monitors and observes activities in the cafeteria, ensuring the orderly behavior of students arriving and departing during breakfast and lunch time periods.

· Acts as a liaison between program coordinators and college staff including building engineers, IT staff, and security personnel to help troubleshoot and resolve classroom space issues, computer equipment problems, and other problems.

· Uses a program checklist to review program operations and prepare a weekly report to supervisor on program activities, incidents, and related issues.

· Works closely with college Security Officers to enforce and maintain campus safety and security policies and procedures.

· Assists facility coordinators with logistics in organizing special events such as parent night, information sessions, or program completion ceremony.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS

Reports To District Director-Partners in Education (PiE)

Direct Supervision None

QUALIFICATIONS

· High School Diploma or equivalent required.

· Two years of experience working with youth in an educational setting, or in a non-profit organization as a youth counselor, worker, or similar role.

· Moderate proficiency in the use of personal computers and software, including Microsoft Word and Outlook.

· Demonstrated patience, commons sense, and a positive attitude towards working with young people.

· Understanding of group dynamics and their impact on youth behavior

· Strong interpersonal, verbal, and listening communication skills

· Ability to effectively engage youth in positive interactions

· Capacity and patience to connect with youth from diverse cultural, economic, and ethnic backgrounds.

· Ability to maintain composure and control in challenging situations

· Ability to handle situations with tact and diplomacy.

· Ability to stand and walk for extended periods and access multi-level buildings

· Demonstrated willingness to take on responsibilities and job challenges

· Diligence and thoroughness in completing tasks

· Demonstrated reliability, responsibility, and dependability with a commitment to fulfilling obligations

TBD

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