Job Title: Learning Centre Manager
Reports to: Executive Director
Role: Manage day to day operations of the Learning Centre & Computer Lab as well as provide tech support to WEGCSS.

RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Management/Tech

• Coordinates the design, promotion and participation of community directed programming in the Learning Centre & Computer Lab.
• Attends bi-weekly staff meetings.
• Manages services provided to the community & ensures community priorities are identified and supported.
• Oversees Learning Centre volunteers (e.g. recruitment, screening, training, monitoring, and all related paperwork) and reports to Executive Director.
• Responds to technical needs of the Learning Centre & Computer Lab as well as the WEGCSS office.
• Funding pending this role will also teach and facilitate tech and computer literacy related courses to the public.

2. Administration

• Develops and manages the program budget.
• Develops and maintains program data (e.g. website updates, stats)
• Manages resources(e.g. policy and procedure manuals)
• Provides training for participating volunteers (e.g. organizes, and oversees)
• Schedules a variety of activities (e.g. volunteer coverage, facilities usage)
• Provides monthly reports and stats to Executive Director.
• Evaluates program outcomes, successes, impacts, and shortcomings.
• Ensures transparent and accountable financial management of the Learning Centre & Computer Lab monies.
• Designs and utilizes systems for record keeping and statistics.

3. Liaise with Funders and Community Partners

• Collaborates with all partners regarding implementation of and coordination of services (e.g. funders, community organizations and participants)
• Writes small grant applications and other supplemental funding applications.
• Encourages and develops community partnerships and volunteers.

4.  Perform other related duties when required and approved by the Executive Director.

KNOWLEDGE
The incumbent must have proficient knowledge in the following areas:
• Experience in a managerial role
• Tech and computer skills
• Office 365, Word, Excel and other programs
• Volunteer recruitment, orientation and retention
• Clear and effective communication skills
• Skills such as coding, 3D printing, robotics, music production and recording an asset
• Experience with creating & managing community programs

QUALIFICATIONS

• Post-secondary education or equivalent experience, relevant to tech, management, and/or coordination
• Minimum 1 years’ experience managing programs and volunteers
• Ability to effectively work with volunteers
• Ability to administer programs
• Effective verbal, presentation, active listening and communication skills
• Knowledge of budgeting and/or bookkeeping
• Strong ability to work independently
• Experience with social media, marketing and promotion
• Has an understanding of best practices surrounding programming and services

ALSO REQUIRED

• Criminal Record Check including vulnerable populations check

HOURS OF WORK:

  • 8 hours per week
  • Extra hours may be added to facilitate workshops and programs (funding pending)
  • $20 per hour

*Position to start end of January*

Please send a cover letter and resume to coordinator@wegcss.org by January 7th at 5pm