Wilkes University

Available Student Work Study Jobs

Spring 2021 semester student work-study positions

On-Campus Jobs

Students should consult with supervisors regarding all position requirements.

Position Title: Work-Study Student Aide
Department: International Engagement
Location: Stark Learning Center Room 441
Supervisor Name: Dr. Georgia Costalas
Phone: 570-408-7854
Email: georgia.costalas@wilkes.edu
 
Purpose: Students working in the Office of International Engagement assist Coordinators, Executive, Associate and Assistant Directors in their efforts to fulfill the extra-curricular requirements of custom designated programs managed by OIE, as well as help support the integration of the international students in those programs into campus life and campus community. They work as conversation partners or tutors to international students learning English.
 
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

Support students in tasks related to American life such as using US Post Office Services, banking, common methods of communication, shopping, etc.

  • Be willing and able to drive van
  • Work irregular hours including evenings and weekends
  • Some work related travel
  • Assist with other duties as assigned

Qualifications / Skills:

  • Willing to commit work hours to support the staff preferred but not required
  • Spanish/Bilingual preferred but not required
  • Work as a team member
  • Communicate effectively with International students, peers and staff
  • Positive attitude and desire to learn
  • Adapt to a fast - paced and rapidly changing environment
  • Strong interest in internationalization and other cultures
  • Good communication and social skills
  • Willingness to share American culture
  • Understanding of foreign cultures
  • Must have federal work-study eligibility

Preferred Majors: All majors welcome to apply

Position Title: Student Health & Wellness Aide
Department: Health & Wellness Services
Location: Passan hall 1st Floor
Supervisor Name: Anita Burns / Diane O'Brien
Phone: 570-408-4730
Email: anita.burns@wilkes,edu
 
Purpose: To Assist the Secretary/Staff with office duties
 
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary: 
  • This position requires someone to have good communication skills.
  • Must be organized; be able to accept responsibility. 
  • Have customer service experience. 
  • Be able to act as as receptionist when staff is not available. 
  • Be able to articulate accurate messages. 
  • Must be able to accept confidentiality responsibilities. 
  • Be able to use a computer with basic programs. 
  • Be willing to assist in office duties/responsibilities. 
  • Must be reliable.

Qualifications / Skills

Basic Microsoft Office
Basic Working knowledge/experience with computers
Previous office/clerical related experience helpful

Preferred Majors: Nursing or Pharmacy

Position Title: Student Office Assistant
Department: Residence Life
Location: Passan Hall, 3rd Floor
Supervisor Name: Roberta Shaffer
Phone: 570-408-4350
Email: roberta.shaffer@wilkes.edu
 
Purpose: Provide customer service to visitors and callers and to support projects of functions of the Office of Residence Life.
 
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:
  • Assist students with lock outs in residential facilities.
  • Answer phones and greet guests to the Residence Life Office, especially during times when staff is otherwise occupied.
  • Conduct regular office upkeep tasks such as checking copy machine paper, straightening up RA resource room, distributing posters and other mail to RA mailboxes, etc.
  • Keep inventory of RA resource room supplies and alert professional staff to ordering needs.
  • Assist with other office projects as needed.

Qualifications / Skills:

  • Confidence in telephone communication.
  • Ability to communicate with office visitors.
  • Basic Office products (Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Federal Work-Study eligibility

Preferred Majors: All majors welcome to apply.

Position Title: Student Ambassador
Department: Admissions
Location: Chase Hall
Supervisor Name: Kya Lewis
Phone: 570-408-6036
Email: kya.lewis@wilkes.edu
Purpose: A Wilkes Admissions Ambassador is a student representative who will contact prospective students and their families by phone or email. This role will also enter prospective student data into the admissions recruiting software.
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:
  • Responsible for calling prospective students regarding upcoming Admissions-related events, missing Admissions decision documentation and other calls a counselor may need.
  • Responsible for entering prospective student data into our Admissions recruiting software; a student's contact information, major of interest, high school, and other contact information will be entered by the student
  • Assist in preparing for an upcoming Admissions-related event; ex: making folders, confirmation calls, set up, carrying items to another building, etc.
  • Required to work all Admissions-related campus events including, but not limited to, open houses and special events
  • Maintain privacy and confidentiality with all information
  • Hours offered are flexible and assigned based around academic schedule
  • Evening and weekend hours required

Qualifications / Skills:

  • Must be comfortable engaging with prospective students and families
  • Strong communication skills
  • Provide excellent customer service
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA or higher throughout the academic year

Preferred Majors: All majors encouraged to apply.

Position Title: General Chemistry Lab TA
Department: Chemistry
Location: Cohen Science Center (CSC) 322/319
Supervisor Name: Maria Bianco
Phone: 570-408-4628
Email: maria.bianco@wilkes.edu
Purpose: The chemistry teaching assistant will assist the instructor in teaching the assigned lab section and assist the stockroom staff in maintaining the laboratory in a neat and orderly fashion. Lab safety is number one for everyone in the lab. As a teaching assistant your duty is to prevent accidents whenever you are in the chemical laboratory or stockroom.
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:
  • Prepare for lab by reviewing the lab manual and any handouts prior to coming to work. Reading the laboratory manual during the lab period sets an unprofessional example. Come to lab at least 10 minutes early to check the lab.
  • Make sure chemicals and supplies are adequate for your section.
  • While in lab enforce safety regulations. Make sure students are wearing Lab goggles and face masks. Make sure to sanitize and disinfect all areas that student touched.
  • Help students. Circulate among the students and answer their questions to the best of your ability. A good TA will offer help but will not do the work for the student. Lounging about the stockroom or corridor, socializing with any individual, or studying for your classes is unacceptable.
  • Demonstrate the use of equipment. Demonstrate technique.
  • During lab, the TA will be the contact person for the students whenever they need anything from the stockroom. Therefore the TA must take care of the following stockroom related duties: Get items needed from the stockroom, file breakage slips in the stockroom until the items are returned, and return items for students when lab is finished.
  • After the experiment has been completed, the TA must make sure the lab room is ready for use by the next class by doing the following:Have students clean out bench and hood, paying particular attention to the balances.
  • Turn off equipment. Refill chemicals and make sure caps are on bottles. Check that all water and gas jets are fully turned off and lock doors.
  • Other Duties might be implemented as labs and the semester progress.

Qualifications / Skills:

  • To TA CHM 113, you must have passed (3.0 or higher) and taken CHM 113
  • To TA CHM 111 or 117, you must have passed (3.0 or higher) and taken CHM 111 or CHM 117
  • To TA CHM 113, 111, or 117, you must have passed (3.0 or higher) and taken CHM 113 & 114
  • Must be willing to take an Online safety course through live.wilkes.edu
  • Must be able to work 3-6 hours a week
  • Must be able to wear a mask and safety goggles/ face shield during the lab

Preferred Majors: Any student that has taken the Organic Chemistry Lab. Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biology, Health Sciences

Position Title: Organic Chemistry Lab TA
Department: Chemistry
Location: Cohen Science Center (CSC) 322/319
Supervisor Name: Maria Bianco
Phone: 570-408-4628
Email:  maria.bianco@wilkes.edu
Purpose: The chemistry teaching assistant will assist the instructor in teaching the assigned lab section and assist the stockroom staff in maintaining the laboratory in a neat and orderly fashion. Lab safety is number one for everyone in the lab. As a teaching assistant your duty is to prevent accidents whenever you are in the chemical laboratory or stockroom.
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:
  • Prepare for lab by reviewing the lab manual and any handouts prior to coming to work. Reading the laboratory manual during the lab period sets an unprofessional example. Come to lab at least 10 minutes early to check the lab.
  • Make sure chemicals and supplies are adequate for your section. 
  • While in lab enforce safety regulations. Make sure students are wearing lab goggles and face masks. Make sure to sanitize and disinfect all areas that student touched. 
  • Help students. Circulate among the students and answer their questions to the best of your ability. A good TA will offer help but will not do the work for the student. Lounging about the stockroom or corridor, socializing with any individual, or studying for your classes is unacceptable.
  • Demonstrate the use of equipment. Demonstrate technique.
  • During lab, the TA will be the contact person for the students whenever they need anything from the stockroom. Therefore the TA must take care of the following stockroom related duties: Get items needed from the stockroom, file breakage slips in the stockroom until the items are returned, and return items for students when lab is finished.
  • After the experiment has been completed, the TA must make sure the lab room is ready for use by the next class by doing the following: Have students clean out bench and hood, paying particular attention to the balances. 
  • Turn off equipment. Refill chemicals and make sure caps are on bottles. Check that all water and gas jets are fully turned off and lock doors.
  • Other Duties might be implemented as labs and the semester progress. 
  • Will be trained to run the NMR for your assigned lab section.

Qualifications / Skills:

Must have passed Organic Chemistry Lab (CHM 233 & 234 or CHM 237) with a grade of 3.0 of higher

Must be willing to take an Online safety course through live.wilkes.edu

Must be able to work 3-6 hours a week

Must be able to wear a mask and safety goggles/shield during the lab

Preferred Majors: Any student that has taken the Organic Chemistry Lab. Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biology, Health Sciences

Position Title: Chemistry, Physics, Math, & Science Tutors
Department: Upward Bound
Location: Conyngham Hall
Supervisor Name: Mr. Corey Moore
Phone: (570) 408-5502
Email: corey.moore@wilkes.edu

Purpose:Under the direction and supervision of the Academic Coordinator, the primary role is to provide academic assistance within the given subject of concern. The students will be local high school students whose grade level range is from 10th - 12th grade.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

  • Be available Thursday nights (3:00pm - 6:00pm) *Additional days may be available, based on students' needs*
  • Provide academic support throughout the semester
  • Conduct individual and small group instruction
  • Provide correctional feedback based on students' classwork and responses
  • Give brief verbal and written description of student progress

Qualifications / Skills:

  • Must be proficient in college-level Chemistry, Physics, Math, or Science
  • College student with a 3.0 GPA or higher
  • Knowledge of test-taking and study skills
  • Flexibility
  • Reliable, responsible, and collaborative
  • Must be eligible for federal work-study and be enrolled as a full-time student

Preferred Majors: All Science and Math areas of concentration will be considered

Position Title: Mechanical Engineering Teaching Assistant (TA)
Department: Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Management
Location: Stark Learning Center
Supervisor Name: Henry Castejon
Phone: (570) 408-4607
Email: henry.castejon@wilkes.edu

Purpose: The Mechanical Engineering TA assists instructors and tutors students in core ME classes.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

  • Teaching Assistant responsibilities for core ME classes (some classes vary by semester) include:
  • Assisting the instructor during class and lab sessions
  • Accompanying the instructor during class and answering students' questions as needed
  • Tutoring assistance outside main class times
  • Record keeping assistance
  • Other duties as assigned

Safety is the highest priority. Student is expected to comply with all safe practices and maintain a high level of safety awareness at all times. Safety training will be provided.

Qualifications / Skills: Requirements for this position include:

  • Junior or senior with at least a 3.00 GPA in major
  • Earned at least a 3.00 in the course for which the student would help as a TA
  • Demonstrates a good work ethic; committed, enthusiastic, and diligent
  • Independent and disciplined worker requiring little direct supervision to complete assigned tasks
  • Available 5-10 hours per week (or more up to 20 hours; exact schedule will be agreed upon by course instructor and student)
  • Eligible for Federal Work Study

To schedule an interview, contact the instructor for the core ME course with which you are interested in helping. For administrative or application questions, contact Mrs. Lisa Colavitti (ME Administrative Office, SLC 163; 570-408-4810; lisa.colavitti@wilkes.edu).

Preferred Majors: Mechanical Engineering

Position Title: Machine Shop Assistant
Department: Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Management
Location: Stark Learning Center,SLC 035
Supervisor Name: Mitchell Adams
Phone: (570) 408-3808
Email: mitchell.adams@wilkes.edu

Purpose:The Machine Shop Assistant helps with various projects and needs in the CSE Machine Shop.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

  • Setup and operation of machine shop equipment
  • Answering questions from students who are doing shop projects
  • Helping students with equipment operation
  • Shop cleanup
  • Dismantling of projects and logging equipment into inventory
  • Other duties as assigned

Safety is the highest priority. Student is expected to comply with all safe practices and maintain a high level of safety awareness at all times. Safety training will be provided.

Qualifications / Skills: 

  •  Junior or senior with satisfactory academic standing
  •  Earned a passing grade in ME 175 (Machining), or has equivalent experience with Machine Shop equipment
  •  Demonstrates a good work ethic: committed, enthusiastic, and diligent
  • Independent and disciplined worker requiring little direct supervision to complete assigned tasks
  • Available 5-10 hours per week (or more up to 20 hours; exact schedule will be agreed upon by supervisor and student)
  • Eligible for Federal Work Study

To schedule an interview, contact Mr. Mitchell Adams (Machine Shop, SLC 035; 570-408-3808; mitchell.adams@wilkes.edu). For administrative or application questions, contact Mrs. Lisa Colavitti (ME Administrative Office, SLC 163; 570-408-4810; lisa.colavitti@wilkes.edu).


Preferred Majors: Mechanical Engineering

Position Title: Electrical Engineering Lab TA
Department: Electrical Engineering and Physics
Location: Stark Learning Center
Supervisor Name: Matthew Saporito
Phone: (570) 408-3361
Email: matthew.saporito@wilkes.edu

Purpose:The Department of Electrical Engineering and Physics invites qualified students to apply for work study positions. Several positions are available.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary: Duties include but are not limited to the following: tutoring and assisting with instruction in assigned lab sections, assisting with weekly lab setups on designated days, assisting with organization and inventory of lab equipment, attending safety training as required, and also participating in departmental outreach activities such as Open Houses, Shadow Days, etc. Work study students will be expected to contribute an average of 5-10 hours per week. A high degree of commitment, enthusiasm, and work ethic is expected.  Federal Work-Study eligibility required.

Qualifications / Skills: The Department of Electrical Engineering and Physics invites qualified juniors and seniors who have successfully completed EE 283 and/or EE 252 with a grade of 3.00 or better to apply.

Preferred Majors: Electrical Engineering

Position Title: Physics Lab TA
Department: Electrical Engineering and Physics
Location: Stark Learning Center
Supervisor Name: Matthew Saporito
Phone: (570) 408-3361
Email: matthew.saporito@wilkes.edu

Purpose:The Department of Electrical Engineering and Physics invites qualified students to apply for work study positions. Several positions are available.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary: Duties include but are not limited to the following: tutoring and assisting with instruction in assigned lab sections, assisting with weekly lab setups on designated days, assisting with organization and inventory of lab equipment, attending safety training as required, and also participating in departmental outreach activities such as Open Houses, Shadow Days, etc. Work study students will be expected to contribute an average of 5-10 hours per week. A high degree of commitment, enthusiasm, and work ethic is expected. Federal Work-Study eligibility required.

Qualifications / Skills: The Department of Electrical Engineering and Physics invites qualified students who have successfully completed PHY 201 and/or PHY 202 with a grade of 3.00 or better to apply.

Preferred Majors: Physics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Position Title: Mover and Event set up helper
Department: Facilities
Location: Campus wide
Supervisor Name: Ken Hanadel
Phone: (570) 408-4669
Email: kenneth.hanadel@wilkes.edu

Purpose: To assist with the daily operations of the General Maintenance Technicians.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

  • The position assists with set-ups associated with University events (e.g. graduations, orientations, homecoming, various events and performances), logistical moves and campus deliveries (e.g. furniture, equipment, supplies).
  • Provides support with seasonal grounds maintenance and care.
     

Qualifications / Skills:

  • Applicant must have the ability to repeatedly lift 20-50 pounds and occasionally lift at least 100 pounds.
  • Must be able to work on their feet for up to 4 hours.
  • Good customer service skills and the ability to function well in a team environment.

Preferred Majors: All majors accepted if qualifications/skills are met.

Off-Campus Community Jobs

Position Title: Student Aid
Department: Civic Engagement-Off Campus Community Work Study
Supervisor: Megan Valkenburg
Phone Number: 570-408-5905
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Civic Engagement Office is seeking highly motivated, detail oriented, committed and energetic students to work in the community at various area non-profit agencies.

Available off-campus jobs

The responsibilities of the Blood Drive coordinator include but are not limited to advertisement and marketing to students, faculty, and staff, recruitment of donors (phone calls, e-mails, flyers, etc.), recruitment of volunteers, blowing up balloons and decorating, collaborating with facilities and food services on set-up, clean-up and refreshments. Maintaining blood drive records.

Assist in the day-to-day operations of the facility. Answering phones, taking messages, and filing. Students may also train to become hotline operators at the request of the DVSC director. Clearances are required.

About the program

The Keystone Mission runs our youth program for the local community. Ideal volunteers for the youth program should have a passion for helping children ages 5-14. A typical day for volunteering will consist of 1 on 1 homework help, a weekly lesson, games/activities, and snack time. Below are some more specific volunteer duties.

Volunteer Duties

  • Assist in the running of the youth program
  • Communicate with the youth coordinator and other volunteers about daily program activities
  • Supervise young people and ensure general health & safety and rules of conduct
  • Build a rapport with young people and listen to their concerns
  • Facilitate and participate in homework, games, activities and discussions with young people
  • Assist with necessary program set-up and clean-up
  • Undertake required record keeping procedures including reporting verbally to supervisor and completing any relevant program forms

Days/Times

Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday (3:00 -5:15pm)

Time Commitment

7 hours a week

Location

290 Park view Circle, Wilkes-Barre. PA 19702

Clearances needed

  • Pennsylvania State Police Background Check in past year
  • FBI Fingerprint Check in the past year (if you have lived in PA for less than10 years)
  • PAAbuse History Clearance in the past year
  • Voluntary Disclosure Statement

Benefits

  • Development of team and leadership skills
  • Taking part in fun activities
  • Accessing training to further personal development
  • Meeting a challenge

Questions?

Contact our volunteer coordinator, Austin Shission, at:

570-871-4795 Ext. 408

Duties

  • Answer phones
  • Assist with resident needs
  • Clerical duties
  • Assist case manager with projects
  • Assist with kitchen duties.

Requirements

  • Child abuse clearances
  • State police clearances
  • Must bring in ID (driver's license, social security cards and completed Salvation Army application)

Duties

The work study student will be responsible for

  • Volunteer coordination
  • Organizing donated items such as foods and clothing
  • Answering phones and taking messages

Training is provided

Duties

  • Assisting in volunteer recruitment and management of the Special Olympics Bowling Tournament and two fun social events on campus.
  • Participation in once monthly board meetings as well as supervising the planning board

Purpose

To provide shelf-stable food to the needy from the Wilkes-Barre area.

Job Duties/Responsibilities

  • Lift up to 30 pounds of canned foods when opening and closing the food pantry.
  • Help sign up new persons for the food program.
  • Serve the needy from this area by giving them the proper amount of food for their family size.

All majors accepted

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); James Blewitt (CEO NEPA Food Pantry)

YMCA Off-Campus Community Jobs

 

Position Title: Toddler Teacher
Department: Family / Youth Development
Location: Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name: Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Briana Dugas (YMCA)
Phone: (570) 408-5905 (Megan);  (570) 655-2255 (Briana)
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu;  bdugas@greaterpittstonymca.org
 
Purpose:

This position supports the work of the Y, a leading nonprofit, charitable organization committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
The Toddler Teacher at The Greater Pittston YMCA maintains a supportive, positive atmosphere that welcomes and respects all individuals, promotes the potential of all youth, and provides a quality experience to both youth and their families.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

1. Supervises the children, classroom, and all program activities.
2. Follows all procedures and standards as established by law and the    Y; makes accommodations where appropriate; maintains the program site, equipment, and required program records.
3. Nurtures children through purposeful programming; creates lesson plans that are intended to achieve program goals and outcomes.
4. Creates a positive rapport and shared interest with all youth.
5. Provides opportunities for youth to lead, problem-solve, and make decisions and choices within the program and provides daily opportunities for youth to reflect on and respond to their experiences.
6. Makes ongoing, systematic observations and evaluations of each child.
7. Provides and welcomes ongoing dialogue with parents and caregivers about their child’s needs and progress; conducts parent/caregiver conferences; connects families to the Y.
8. Attends and participates in family nights, program activities, staff meetings, and staff training.
9. Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications / Skills:

Must possess a high school diploma, associate or bachelors degree preferred but not required and at least two years of experience working with children.

1. Minimum 16 years of age.
2. Must like working with children.
3. Excellent communication skills.
4. A commitment to continuous quality program improvements.
5. Certifications: Current American Heart Association or American Red Cross CPR/AED and Pediatric First Aid.
6. Completion of required trainings.
7. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.

Preferred Majors: Education

Position Title: Pre-School Teacher (Certification Not Required)
Department: Family / Youth Development
Location: Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name: Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Briana Dugas (YMCA)
Phone: (570) 408-5905 (Megan); (570) 655-2255 (Briana)
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu;  bdugas@greaterpittstonymca.org
 
Purpose: General Function: Under the general direction of the Child Care Director, a Preschool teacher will provide a quality program, plan lessons, teach, and supervise the children in their work. 
 
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

1. Communicate with parents daily
2. Complete weekly lesson plans and list each standard used
3. Complete monthly evaluations
4. Make sure parent teacher conferences are available to the parents
5. Follow daily schedule (posted in classroom)
6. Inform Child Care Director and/or Assistant Child Care Director of any problems that arise with discipline, staff, illness, supplies, fund raising, public relations, or maintenance
7. Maintain staff/child ratio (Make us aware if you are not in ratio)
8. Attend staff meetings, trainings, and other mandatory staff functions
9. Straighten classroom and clean appliances before leaving each day
10. Administer medication if appointed by Child Care Director/Assistant Child Care Director
11. Meet state standards for child care
12. Follow guidelines for DPW and Keystone Stars (complete evaluations, lesson plans observations, etc.)

Qualifications / Skills:

Must possess a high school diploma, associate or bachelor’s degree preferred but not required and at least two years of experience working with children.

1. Minimum 16 years of age.
2. Must like working with children.
3. Excellent communication skills.
4. A commitment to continuous quality program improvements.
5. Certifications: Current American Heart Association or American Red Cross CPR/AED and Pediatric First Aid.
6. Completion of required trainings.
7. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.

Preferred Majors: Education

Position Title: School Age Monitor
Department: Family / Youth Development
Location: Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name: Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Briana Dugas (YMCA)
Phone: (570) 408-5905 (Megan); (570) 655-2255 (Briana)
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu; bdugas@greaterpittstonymca.org
 
Purpose: The School Age Monitor is responsible for the daily supervision of up to 12 after school program participants grades K-6. S/he is responsible for assisting in the academic support of virtual learning for students enrolled in cyber school in their school districts. They will assist in the planning, development, and implementation of all nine program components and program activities in the ACHIEVE program. The Leader guides the academic and social development of children; ensuring a safe, enriching, and healthy learning environment. 
 
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:
  • Assists in planning and organizing the schedule, including preparing and leading group activities, serving snacks, and clean up.• Supervises a group of children.
  • Plans and implements program activities that are culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate and consistent with YMCA core values.
  • Adheres to program standards including safety and cleanliness standards.
  • Attends staff meetings and trainings.
  • Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergencies.
  • Maintains positive relations and communication with parents, school personnel and other staff.
  • Enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures.
  • Administer basic First Aid as needed.
  • Endeavors to provide for the safety of each child in his/her care.
  • Applies appropriate behavior management techniques.
  • Performs other duties for the betterment of the program as needed or directed.

Qualifications / Skills:

Must possess a high school diploma, associate or bachelors degree preferred but not required and at least two years of experience working with children.

1. Minimum 16 years of age.
2. Must like working with children.
3. Excellent communication skills.
4. A commitment to continuous quality program improvements.
5. Certifications: Current American Heart Association or American Red Cross CPR/AED and Pediatric First Aid.
6. Completion of required trainings.
7. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.

Preferred Majors: Education

Position Title: Child Care Aide
Department: Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA Child Care Department
Location: Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA, 40 W. Northampton St. Wilkes-Barre, PA
Supervisor Name: Megan Valkenburg
Phone: (570) 408-5905
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

Purpose:To provide assistance within the Child Care Department

Positions available in Day Care, Preschool, and School Age

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

  • Communicate with parents daily
  • Follow daily feeding/eating schedules (posted in classroom)
  • Follow correct diaper changing procedure (posted in classroom)
  • Follow daily schedule (posted in classroom)
  • Inform Child Care Director and/or Assistant Child Care Director of any problems that arise with discipline, staff, illness, supplies, fund raising, public relations, or maintenance
  • Maintain staff/child ratio (Make us aware if you are not in ratio)
  • Attend staff meetings, trainings, and other mandatory staff functions
  • Straighten classroom and clean appliances before leaving each day
  • Meet state standards for child care
  • Provide stimulation to the children by rocking, holding, talking to, singing, and playing Follow guidelines for DHS and Keystone Stars

Qualifications / Skills:

  • Must possess a High School Diploma
  • Must obtain Child Abuse History Clearance, Criminal Background Check, and FBI Fingerprinting
  • Must take Mandated Reporter Training
  • Child Care experience a plus

Preferred Majors: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Psychology, Nursing

Department:  Aquatics
Location:  Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name:  Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Lizz Elliott (YMCA)
Phone:  570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg)
Email:  megan.boone@wilkes.edu
Purpose: 
  • Keeping the pool area clean and organized, and ensuring all materials are accessible for both staff and guests.
  • Enforcing rules and regulations as set forth by the YMCA to ensure the safety of staff and guests.
  • Testing water for Chlorine and PH balance, and checking water temperature on a scheduled basis, and updating information where required.
  • Greeting each guest and answering all questions to the best of their ability, or taking contact information and ensuring that messages are passed along to appropriate Directors as needed.
  • Keeping the Director informed of any issues or problems that arise immediately.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

The Greater Pittston YMCA takes great pride in the outstanding service we offer to all members and guests, and we are looking for motivated individuals to continue this legacy. Lifeguards are expected to continuously scan the pool area for dangerous situations or issues that potentially arise. They will also answer any questions posed by our guests and members while in the Aquatics area. Lifeguards will work independently and will maintain a clean pool deck, and be able to make decisions about basic maintenance. No chemical knowledge will be required for this position.

Qualifications / Skills:

• Must be 16+ years of age and have proof of eligibility to work.
• Lifeguard Certification, CPR, First Aid, AED certifications and Child Abuse prevention training prior to     hire.
• Previous experience lifeguarding or in an aquatics setting preferred.
• Previous experience with diverse populations.
• Complete all required staff safety trainings.
• Open availability

Preferred Majors:  All Majors

Department:  Guest Services / Membership
Location:  Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name:  Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Lizz Elliott (YMCA)
Phone:  570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg)
Email:  megan.boone@wilkes.edu
Purpose:  The Greater Pittston YMCA takes great pride in the outstanding service we offer to all members and guests, and we are looking for motivated individuals to continue this legacy. A Membership Services Rep. will be responsible for greeting each individual that walks through our doors, and answering any and all questions presented in a timely manner. They will handle all transactions for memberships, programming, and special events, and will be knowledgeable about each. They will also ensure the front desk area is always clean and organized, and that they represent the high standards of the YMCA in all they do.
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

• Keeping the front desk/lobby area clean and organized, and ensuring all materials are accessible for       both staff and guests.
• Handling cash/check/credit card transactions for the entire facility, and keeping all personal                     information private for the safety of our members and staff.
• Ensuring the guests that use the facility are signed in properly, and that all photos, financial and             personal information are up to date.
• Greeting each guest and answering all questions to the best of their ability, or taking contact                   information and ensuring that messages are passed along to appropriate Directors as needed.

Qualifications / Skills:

• Must be 16+ years of age and have proof of eligibility to work.
• CPR, First Aid, AED certifications and Child Abuse prevention training within 30 days of hire date.
• Previous experience working customer service preferred.
• Previous money handling experience required.
• Previous experience with diverse populations.
• Complete all required staff safety trainings.
• Open availability

Preferred Majors:All Majors

Department:  Youth and Family Programming
Location:  Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name:  Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Brian Strassman (YMCA)
Phone:  570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg)
Email:  megan.boone@wilkes.edu
Purpose:  

1. Manages, directs and coordinates youth and family programs for the Greater Pittston YMCA. Ensures     high-quality programs and establishes new program activities. Expands program within the community in accordance with strategic and operating plans.
2. Ensures that YMCA program standards are met and safety procedures followed.
5. Provides for upkeep of assigned program facilities and equipment and ensures the physical                     environment supports healthy living.
6. Develops and maintains relationships with parents and any other organizations and agencies related     to assigned programs. Responds to all parent and community inquiries and complaints in a timely           manner.
7. Assists in organizing special events for families.
8. Works with the marketing department in the communication and distribution of program information.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary: 

Under the direction of the Program Coordinators, the attendant will assist in implementing high-quality YMCA and Family Services programs. Additional duties in coordinating and facilitating special events and birthday parties as needed.

Qualifications / Skills: 

1. HS Diploma or equivalent 
2. Must be at least 16 years of age or older
3. Required trainings within 60 days of hire: Child Abuse Prevention, CPR/AED First Aid; Bloodborne         Pathogens, New Employee Orientation
4. Fulfillment of state-specific hiring standards57. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people       from all social and economic segments of the community.

Preferred Majors:  Education

Department:  Youth Development
Location:  Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name:  Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Briana Dugas (YMCA)
Phone:  570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg)
Email:  megan.boone@wilkes.edu
Purpose:
• Assists in planning and organizing the schedule, including preparing and leading group activities,           serving snacks, and clean up.
• Supervises a group of children.
• Plans and implements program activities that are culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate and     consistent with YMCA core values.
• Adheres to program standards including safety and cleanliness standards.
• Attends staff meetings and trainings.
• Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergencies.
• Maintains positive relations and communication with parents, school personnel and other staff.
• Enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures.
• Administer basic First Aid as needed.
• Endeavors to provide for the safety of each child in his/her care.
• Applies appropriate behavior management techniques.
• Performs other duties for the betterment of the program as needed or directed.
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

The Before and After Care Teacher is responsible for the daily supervision of up to 12 after school program participants grades K-8. S/he is responsible for assisting in the planning, development, and implementation of all nine program components and program activities in the afterschool program. The Leader guides the academic and social development of children, ensuring a safe, enriching, and healthy learning environment.

Qualifications / Skills:

• High school graduate or equivalent; one year or more of college preferred.
• CPR, First Aid, AED certifications and Child Abuse prevention training within 30 days of hire         date.
• Meets educational and experience qualifications established by the Greater Pittston YMCA.
• Previous experience working with children in a developmental setting preferred.
• Ability to plan, organize, and implement age-appropriate/developmentally appropriate program               activities.
• Previous experience with diverse populations.
• Complete all required staff safety trainings.

Preferred Majors:  Education

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Department:  Youth Development
Location:  Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name:  Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Briana Dugas (YMCA)
Phone:  570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg)
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu
Purpose:  This position supports the work of the Y, a leading nonprofit, charitable organization committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Child Care Teacher at The Greater Pittston YMCA maintains a supportive, positive atmosphere that welcomes and respects all individuals, promotes the potential of all youth, and provides a quality experience to both youth and their families.
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:
1. Supervises the children, classroom, and all program activities.
2. Follows all procedures and standards as established by the law or the Y; makes ADA accommodations where appropriate; maintains the program site, equipment, and required program         records.
3. Nurtures children through purposeful programming; creates lesson plans that are intended to achieve program goals and outcomes.
4. Creates a positive rapport and shared interest with all youth.
5. Provides opportunities for youth to lead, problem-solve, and make decisions and choices within the program and provides daily opportunities for youth to reflect on and respond to their experiences.
6. Makes ongoing, systematic observations and evaluations of each child.
7. Provides and welcomes ongoing dialogue with parents and caregivers about their child’s needs and       progress; conducts parent/caregiver conferences; connects families to the Y.
Qualifications / Skills:
• Meets educational and experience qualifications established by state law and/or the Y.
• CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications required.
• Child Abuse Prevention training required within 30 days of hire.
• Meets minimum age standards as established by state law and/or the Y.
• Previous experience working with children in a developmental setting preferred.
• Ability to plan, organize and implement age-appropriate/developmentally appropriate
  program activities.
• Previous experience with diverse populations.
• Ability to develop positive, authentic relationships with people from different backgrounds.
• Commitment to inclusion and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Preferred Majors:  Education
Department:  Family / Youth Development
Location:  Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name:  Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Briana Dugas (YMCA)
Phone:  570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg)
Email:  megan.boone@wilkes.edu
Purpose:  
1. The Child Watch Staff is responsible for the safety and well-being of the child/children in their care.
2. Directly interacting with Child/Children.
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:
1. The Child Watch Staff is responsible for the safety and well-being of the child/children in their care.
2. Directly interacting with Child/Children.
3. Responsible for ensuring the Child Watch room is kept clean.
4. Ensuring that proper sign-in and sign-out procedures are followed at all times.
5. Maintaining proper registration cards on all children utilizing the service.
6. Using positive guidance techniques that incorporate the YMCA values of caring, honesty, respect and     responsibility when working with children, families and coworkers.
7. Establishing and maintaining positive and productive relationships with families.
8. Attending all trainings and staff meetings as required by department.
9. Maintaining a professional appearance and attitude that reflects the YMCA at all times, upholding the     policies outlined in the YMCA Personnel Policy handbook and Child Care Parent Handbook.
Qualifications / Skills:

1. Minimum 16 years of age.
2. Must like working with children.
3. Excellent communication skills.
4. A commitment to continuous quality program improvements.
5. Certifications: Current American Heart Association or American Red Cross CPR/AED and Pediatric         First Aid.
6. Completion of required trainings.
7. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the         community.

Preferred Majors:  Education

Department:  Youth and Family Programs
Location:  Greater Pittston YMCA
Supervisor Name:  Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Jessica Bredbenner (YMCA)
Phone:  570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg)
Email:  megan.boone@wilkes.edu
Purpose:  
• Work with the Program Coordinator on planning and executing of programs, birthday parties and         special events. 
• Ensure all set up is complete and materials needed are prepared before arrival.
• Plans and implements program activities that are culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate and consistent with YMCA core values.
• Facilitate and run classes and activities when necessary, as an instructor.
• Adheres to program standards including safety and cleanliness standards.
• Attends staff meetings and trainings.
• Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations,     child abuse prevention and emergencies.
• Maintains positive relations and communication with children, parents and other staff.
Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:
The Programs/Party Host is responsible for the executing and supervision of participants for programs, birthday parties and special events. S/he is responsible for assisting in the planning, executing, and implementation of the program components and program activities for the event.
Qualifications / Skills:
• High school graduate or equivalent; one year or more of college preferred.
• Preferred CPR, First Aid, AED certifications and Child Abuse prevention training within 30 days of hire     date.
• Previous experience working with children preferred
• Ability to organize and implement age-appropriate/developmentally appropriate activities.
• Previous experience with diverse populations.
• Complete all required staff safety trainings.
Preferred Majors:  All Majors

Department:Wellness
Location: Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA
Supervisor Name: Megan Valkenburg(Wilkes); Lauranel Banks(YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg)
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

Purpose: Under the direction and supervision of the Wellness Director, the Wellness Center Staff shall be responsible for all day to day functioning and cleanliness of the Wellness Center. Staff persons will develop relationships with members and ensure consistent, superior service is provided to maximize member retention. Staff members are responsible and accountable for the cleanliness and safety of the wellness center and surrounding studios during scheduled shifts. The Wellness Center Staff will assist in programs as needed and work on individual projects as required. They will be solution seekers and confident, trustworthy decision makers. The incumbent will also exhibit the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility in all aspects of their work with the YMCA. They will deliver excellent service to all members, guests, and program participants, respond to member and guest needs promptly, and promote all programs.

Job Duties / Responsibilities Summary:

  • Develop member relationships
  • Actively supervise the members using the Wellness Center
  • Enforce Wellness Center regulations
  • Assist members with fitness programs
  • Maintain the cleanliness of Wellness Center areas and machines
  • Document and log all equipment malfunctions
  • Perform routine maintenance on all equipment
  • Ensure the Wellness Center is safe environment
  • Conduct youth and adult orientations
  • Actively recruit clients to the personal training, duo-training, and small group personal
  • training programs
  • Monitor temporary signage in the wellness center for current information, accuracy and
  • professional look
  • Be knowledgeable about all YMCA programs to effectively engage with members. This includes
  • being familiar with all current brochure information, upcoming events and other special activities.
  • If information is not available, be responsible for obtaining the correct information and providing
  • information to members.
  • Follow and enforce all YMCA procedures and policies, including: personnel guidelines, safety
  • guidelines, wellness policies. Carry out emergency plans as necessary
  • Be dressed in appropriate attire and wear name tag at all times
  • Attend and remain current on all mandatory trainings and staff meetings
  • Be knowledgeable and supportive of the YMCA annual support campaign
  • Always look for ways to improve performance
  • Emphasize fun, make the Y a happy place with positive relationships
  • Assume other responsibilities as deemed appropriate by supervisor(s).

Qualifications / Skills:

  • Must have: Criminal Background Check; Fingerprinting, Child Abuse Clearance
  • Must Obtain: CPR/AED & First Aid Certified with 90 days
  • Prior-to-start trainings: HIPAA; Child Abuse Prevention Training; Blood Born Pathogen Training;
  • Appropriate Touch Training; Social Media and Technology Training; Bullying

Preferred Majors: N/A

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has an assortment of Youth Programs that are offered throughout the year. Programming includes cooking, STEM projects, slime classes, art classes, games, puzzles, nerf mania, etc. Employee would be responsible for carrying out the activities of each program. These programs are for ages 3-12 and run between the hours of 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Monday- Thursday and 5-7pm Monday- Thursday and 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Saturdays.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with children
  • Preferably an education major

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes-Barre and Pittston Family YMCA have an assortment of Youth Sports Programs that are offered throughout the year. Sports include, basketball, football, soccer, kickball, Frisbee, cheerleading, gymnastics, etc. Employee would be responsible for carrying out the weekly sports activities, assisting Wilkes University Couching staff and players. These programs are programs for ages 3-12 and run between the hours of 11am -12pm Monday- Thursday and 5-7pm Monday- Thursday and 9am-1pm on Saturdays.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with children
  • Preferably someone who has played sports before and understands the concepts of each sport.
  • The Civic Engagement Office can assist with clearances

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA has an assortment of Youth Sports Programs that are offered throughout the year. Sports include, basketball, football, soccer, kickball, Frisbee, cheerleading, gymnastics, etc. Employee would be responsible to make sure everyone in attendance of the program is registered. Employee is also responsible to make sure the appropriate materials are available for the program staff. Help with coordinating Wilkes University Couching staff and players. Employee will be assisting the Youth Program Coordinator when needed. These programs are programs for ages 3-12 and run between the hours of 11am -12pm Monday- Thursday and 5-7pm Monday- Thursday and 9am-1pm on Saturdays. Employee could also work other hours to complete office work.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with children
  • Preferably someone who has played sports before and understands the concepts of each sport. 
  • Good with paperwork
  • Organized
  • Can multitask

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has an assortment of Teen Programs that are offered throughout the year. Programming includes cooking, STEM projects, 3d Design, gym time, homework help, etc. Employees would be responsible for carrying out the activities of each program. These programs are programs for ages 12-17 and run between the hours of 6-8pm Monday- Thursday on Saturdays from 1-3pm.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with teens
  • Preferably an education major

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has an assortment of Teen Programs that are offered throughout the year. Programming includes cooking, STEM projects, 3d Design, gym time, homework help, etc. Employee would be responsible to make sure everyone in attendance of the program is registered. Employee is also responsible to make sure the appropriate materials are available for the program staff. Employee will be the assistant to the Youth Program Coordinator when needed. These programs are programs for ages 12-17 and run between the hours of 6-8pm Monday- Thursday on Saturdays from 1-3pm. Employee could also work other hours to complete office work.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with teens
  • Good with paperwork
  • Organized
  • Can multitask

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has an assortment of Adult Programs that are offered throughout the year. Programming cards, art classes, knitting, etc. Employees would be responsible for carrying out the activities of each program engaging with program participants. These programs are programs for anyone over 18 and run between the hours of 6-8pm Monday- Thursday.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with older adults

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA has an assortment of Adult Programs that are offered throughout the year. Programming cards, art classes, knitting, etc. Employee would be responsible to make sure everyone in attendance of the program is registered. Employee is also responsible to make sure the appropriate materials are available for the program staff. Employee will be the assistant to the Youth Program Coordinator when needed. These programs are programs for anyone over 18 and run between the hours of 6-8pm Monday- Thursday. Employee could also work other hours to complete office work.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with older adults
  • Good with paperwork
  • Organized
  • Can multitask

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has a program called 7th grade initiative. Any 7th grader in the WBASD or WVW School District receives a free gym membership. Programming includes cooking classes, dinner, STEM activities, access to wellness center, gym time, homework help, etc. Employees would be responsible for carrying out the activities of each program. This program is for children age 12-13 and runs between the hours of 5-7pm Monday- Thursday.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with teens

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has a program called 7th grade initiative. Any 7th grader in the WBASD or WVW School District receives a free gym membership. Programming includes cooking classes, dinner, STEM activities, access to wellness center, gym time, homework help, etc. Employee would be responsible to make sure everyone in attendance of the program is registered. Employee is also responsible to make sure the appropriate materials are available for the program staff. Employee will be the assistant to the Youth Program Coordinator when needed. This program is for children age 12-13 and run between the hours of 5-7pm Monday- Thursday. Employee could also work other hours to complete office work.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with teens
  • Good with paperwork
  • Organized
  • Can multitask

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has a before and after care program in which homework completion is a must! The program has 82 students and most have homework on a daily basis. The groups are broken up into groups of 24 and the children are in grades K-6. Employee would be responsible for helping the students in each group complete their homework as well as check homework for those who do not need help. The hours are Monday- Friday 4-5:30 p.m.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with children

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has a before and after care program. The program has 82 students. The groups are broken up into groups of 24. The children are in grades K-6. Employee would be responsible for helping care for their groups at all times. Job includes taking students to the bathroom, playing in the gym, helping with homework, serving dinner, and supervising the children in the group. Employee will always have a staff member with them. The hours are Monday- Friday 3:30-6p.m.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with children
  • Time Management Skills

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu

The Wilkes- Barre Family YMCA has a before and after care program. The program has 82 students. The groups are broken up into groups of 24. The children are in grades K-6. Job includes office work, organization, paperwork, etc. The hours are Monday- Friday 3:30-6p.m. Employee could also work other hours to complete office work.

Requirements

  • Child Abuse Clearance
  • Fingerprints
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Experience with children
  • Time Management Skills

Supervisors

Megan Valkenburg (Wilkes); Ashlee Rittenhouse (YMCA)
Phone: 570-408-5905 (Megan Boone Valkenburg) 
Email: megan.boone@wilkes.edu


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