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COLLEGE ACCESS COUNSELOR- PART TIME - Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation (Philadelphia, PA)

 QUALIFICATIONS:

Successful applicants must hold a Bachelor’s Degree and be able to pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance.  Additionally, candidates should possess: 

  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills

  • Knowledge of colleges, their academic programs, admission policies, and financial policies and procedures

  • Experience in high school college counseling  or college admissions

  • Advanced computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office

  • Flexibility to perform night/weekend duty and travel throughout the Philadelphia Region

  • Knowledge of and experience working with diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds

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GENERAL SUMMARY:

The College Counselor will serve as a resource for college preparation and guidance for students, families, and Snider Hockey staff members.  Additionally, Counselors will work as part of a team to promote and celebrate a college bound culture across Snider Hockey programs. The Counselor plays a vital role in spreading our core values of education, responsibility, hard work, and giving back. The successful candidate will take pride in mentoring participants to become productive citizens who pursue higher education and give back to their communities.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:

  • Create a resource rich environment for students and families as it pertains to college information, scholarship opportunities and financial aid processes

  • Plan and conduct college workshops and information sessions including FAFSA workshops, campus tours, college fair visits, essay writing workshops and scholarship information sessions

  • Assist students with registration for the ACT and SAT, obtaining fee waivers, and organizing test preparation

  • Collect and monitor student data including SAT scores, college application information, FAFSA completion, scholarships applied, college acceptance and scholarships received
  • Individually counsel students and families to ensure college preparation and matriculation

  • Help students select schools of interest and fit, and complete college applications

  • Help students identify and apply for scholarships and complete the financial aid process

  • Assist students and parents with interpreting and comparing financial aid packages

  • Be an essential member of the Snider Hockey team, which may include but is not limited to planning and supporting activities and events


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Communications/Public Relations: Community Relations
ACADEMIC ASSISTANT- PART TIME - Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation (Philadelphia, PA)

REPORTS TO:    Academic Coordinator

HOURS:     Average of 20-25 Hours per Week (Seasonal Variations)

 QUALIFICATIONS:

All applicants must have a minimum of a High School Diploma in order to be considered for the position, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Successful candidates will be those who have experience working with children, particularly within an academic and athletic environment. Applicants must be reliable and possess a general willingness to assume all required responsibilities by performing all assigned tasks. It is especially important that candidates are comfortable working in a fast-paced and high-profile environment. Attention to detail and strong communication skills are critical. Advanced computer skills are needed and proficiency with Microsoft Office applications is essential. Finally, the applicant must pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance prior to obtaining the position. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

General responsibilities will include taking a lead role with tracking and monitoring report card collection data and monitoring student performance. Academic Assistants assist with all academic activities at their respective sites.  The Academic Assistant will also provide administrative support with various academic projects while connecting players with appropriate academic support resources.  The Academic Assistant plays a vital role in spreading the Foundation’s core values of education, responsibility, hard work, and giving back. The successful candidate will take pride in mentoring participants to become productive citizens who give back to their communities.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:


1. Collecting report cards from all Snider Hockey participants. It will be necessary to communicate with parents and players on a daily basis.

2. Developing and distributing promotional materials such as posters, letters, and handouts with regards to report card collection. 

3. Maintaining records of participants’ academic performance. This includes compiling individual report card data, maintaining detailed spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel and Google documents, and completing requested statistical analyses of the spreadsheet data.

4. Communicating with the Site Coordinator on a daily basis to inform them of players’ academic performance and any students in academic danger.

5. Connecting students in need of academic assistance with appropriate resources and when necessary providing additional academic support, including but not limited to: reading assistance, required tutoring and homework help, and assisting students apply to college.

6. Flexible availability is necessary as night duty and travel throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region is required.  Occasional weekend work may also be required.

7. Perform all other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


EOE
 

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:

1. YES / NO: Have you earned a BA/BS?
2. YES / NO: Do you have experience working working with children within an academic and athletic environment?
3. YES / NO: Can you demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office applications?
4. To be considered, please list your hourly compensation requirement.


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Communications/Public Relations: Community Relations
GIRLS' HOCKEY COACH - Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation (Philadelphia, PA)

GIRLS’ HOCKEY COACH (Part-Time) - Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation (Philadelphia, PA)

REPORTS TO: Director, Hockey Operations

DEPARTMENT: Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation

OVERVIEW:

General responsibilities include coaching and instructing girls ages 5-18 participating in Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation ice hockey programming. Specific duties will include leading and organizing on-ice practices and small games while providing a fun and supportive learning atmosphere. Additionally, coaches are expected to execute administrative tasks associated with hockey programming, assist with recruiting initiatives and deliver Snider Hockey’s Life Skills Curriculum.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must possess significant ice hockey playing and/or coaching experience. All instructors are expected to serve as teachers and role models both on and off the ice, and must therefore exhibit maturity and professionalism. Applicant must be reliable and possess both a general willingness to assume any and all jobs, and an ability to work in a high profile environment. Attention to detail and strong communication skills are critical. Hiring is conditional on the successful completion of a criminal background check; applicants should also either possess or be able to attain PA and/or NJ Child Abuse History clearances and USA Hockey coaching certification.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:

1. Foster a supportive learning atmosphere for all Snider Hockey girls.

2. Lead after-school (3-7 pm) and weekend ice hockey practices at Philadelphia area rinks for beginner and intermediate level hockey players. This may also include coaching Snider Hockey League games or Girls Travel Team games.

3. Ensure the safety of all participants both on and off the ice.

4. Cooperate and communicate with Snider Hockey staff and volunteers to help deliver a consistently excellent experience for all participants.

5. Promote the positive character development of Snider Hockey girls by discussing the importance of education, teamwork, effort, respect, and related values.

6. Assist in the sizing, provision and distribution of equipment; confirm that all players wear properly fitting equipment on the ice.

7.  Assist with recruitment initiatives to increase female participation in Snider Hockey programming.

8. Evening/weekend duty and travel within Philadelphia area is required.

9. Perform all other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Intellectual/Social, Physical Demands and Work Environment:

The intellectual/social, physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Intellectual/Social Demands:

  • While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is continuously asked to multi-task under time limits.  Position requires constant attention to precise details and accuracy of specified standards including: following simple to complex (more than 3 steps) instructions, and concentration which frequently extends beyond 30 minutes at a time. Employees in this role will constantly be in leadership role; this requires directing others either verbally or in writing to complete tasks in prescribed time frame.  This position also requires constant use of interpersonal skills including but not limited to: ability to direct/motivate/inform staff and foster collaboration, being able to recognize and resolve conflicts, being able to openly communicate in writing and verbally with clients.

 

Physical Demands:

  • Moderate physical activity is required to perform the essential functions of the job. Requires handling of average-weight objects up to 25 pounds and standing and/or walking for more than four (4) hours per day. The employee will: consistently operate a computer and other office devices such telephones, copy machines, fax machines, etc; occasionally move about inside the office to access storage areas, cabinets and office machinery; constantly moves about the rinks and event sites before, during and after events to service clients and supervise staff; constantly communicates via telephone, email and in-person with others to exchange accurate information.

Work environment:

  • The essential responsibilities of this position are performed both in an outdoor storage facility and indoors in ice hockey rinks, as well as other special event sites (indoor/outdoor in the weather conditions prevalent at the time). Involves some exposure to hazards or physical risks, which require following basic safety precautions. Also involves moderate exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, mold, and/or unpleasant odors. The noise level in the work environments can range from moderate to loud during events/programs, and is minimal during non-event/program times.

    EOE


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