WorkReady Summer Facilitators, Episcopal Community Services

Posted by Episcopal Community Services on May 30, 2016

WorkReady Summer Facilitators

Episcopal Community Services (ECS), a Philadelphia non-profit social service agency leading the way in responding to changing human needs and affirming human dignity since 1870 is seeking energetic, innovative, professionals for its seasonal WorkReady Program Facilitator [PRF] openings. The Program Facilitators responsible for contextual learning will work 30 hours per week beginning June 21, 2016 through August 14, 2016 (may require some availability in early June.) Program Facilitators responsible for recruitment and enrollment will work May 8, 2016 through August 12, 2016.

The PRF will work collaboratively with the Youth and Workforce Development Director; and a multi-disciplinary team to establish and implement youth driven project-based learning activities that support 21st Century skill development. The PRF must be able to motivate participants and support youth engagement in WorkReady Summer programming goals. The ideal candidate will possess the sensitivity and proven ability to relate to culturally diverse youth in a variety of settings and diverse communities in a helpful and non-judgmental manner.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline. Teaching experience (preferred but not required), 1 -2 years working with under-resourced youth. Proven ability to successfully collaborate on projects with internal and external stakeholders is desired. Strong interpersonal/human relations skill; excellent communication skills, as well as, computer proficiency and a working knowledge of relevant technology tools are also required.

Submit cover letter and resume to: or FAX 215.351.0294. Use job code: HR-PRF to ensure proper tracking.

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