Data Collector (summer), Fab Youth Philly

Posted by Fab Youth Philly on March 3, 2020

Job title: Data Collector

Apply by: April 30, 2020
Salary: $15 hr

Description: This is part-time, temporary, seasonal, hourly job, at a maximum of 30 hours per week from June 1st – August 20, 2020. A typical work schedule is Mon-Thurs, 9:30 am to 4:30, Friday 9:30 am to 1 pm.

Interviews will take place on these days: May 11th, May 12th, May 13th, May 14th and May 19th with an anticipated start date of June 8th. Candidates MUST be available the week of June 8-12th for training and MUST be available daily after that until August 20th. All three of these clearances are required: Criminal background, Child Abuse, FBI Fingerprints (if they have been completed between May 31, 2015 and May 31, 2020 we can accept them.)

Background Information about the Fab Youth Philly and the Play Captain Initiative: In Philadelphia every summer, there are over 500 streets designated as “Play Streets”, run by Parks & Recreation. The Play Streets are streets that are closed off to traffic where neighborhood children can receive a meal and play together. To make those Play Streets more playful, Fab Youth Philly created the Play Captain Initiative, which is a summer job for teens. Those teens will create and facilitate play activities on a number of Play Streets throughout Philadelphia. Play Captain Supervisors will be responsible for supervising up to 3 adult Group Leaders who are responsible for supervising teams of 5 teens, called Play Captains.

Fab Youth Philly is an organization that is working to apply a trauma informed lens to all of the work we do and working to dismantle and avoid perpetrating white-supremacist culture. We are welcoming to people who are formerly incarcerated.

Minimum qualifications
• previous experience collecting data is a PLUS!
• MUST be willing to be outdoors in ALL kinds of summer weather;
• willingness to learn about a new/unfamiliar neighborhood;
• has access to reliable phone/internet service; and
• able to get around Philadelphia independently; has reliable mode of transportation.

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