After School Tutor, Oxford Circle Christian Comm Dev Assoc

Posted by on September 03, 2012

After School Tutor, Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association
Last day to apply: September 12, 2012

Based in the Oxford Circle neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA, the Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association (OCCCDA) is seeking After School Tutors. The mission of OCCCDA is “to extend healing and hope in the Oxford Circle community, believing that God’s purpose of reconciling all people to Jesus leads us to minister on spiritual, physical, social & economic levels.” The After School Tutors are responsible for assisting with daily out of school programming for 1-5 afternoons per week.  After School programming takes place at the following times:  School year, Monday – Friday from 3:00-6:00pm. Scheduling is flexible and salary is minimum wage.

•    Attend required training
•    Attend weekly staff meetings and supervision
•    Follow instructions and daily schedule provided by 21st CCLC Out of School Coordinator
•    Work with instructors and group leaders to facilitate activities under their supervision
•    Assist children with homework and other assigned learning activities
•    Follow and enforce discipline and structure for program
•    Assist with daily clean-up of classroom and other spaces used during after school


· A commitment to the Oxford Circle community and to the holistic vision of the OCCCDA.

· High School diploma and minimum of 2 years’ experience working with children and youth.  An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

· All staff must complete and sign an application and complete the Criminal Record Check and the Pennsylvania Child Abuse Record Check.

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their resume via mail or e-mail to: Program Director, Oxford Circle CCDA, 900 E. Howell Street, Philadelphia, PA  19149

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