SUMMARY: 25-30 hours per week
June-August, 2013; typically between the hours of 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
PAY RATE: $7.79/hour
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist Summer Camp Manager with the coordination of supplies for all summer camp sessions
Organize all supply rooms and closets prior to the start of camp and create a system for quickly identifying and locating materials.
Maintain an inventory of all summer camp supplies and equipment.
Collect and organize supply lists from all summer camp lead teachers
Prepare and organize supplies weekly for camp sessions and deliver boxes of supplies to classes at the beginning of each camp week.
Purchase general supplies from local stores (Publix, Target, CVS, Walgreens, Michaels, ect.) within the established budget.
Submit organized spreadsheet/list of requested specialty supplies, especially those requiring ordering, to Public Programs Manager with enough notice to ensure timely arrival.
Collect supplies at the end of each week (Fridays) and reorganize supply spaces.
Maintain cleanliness and organization of all supply spaces throughout the summer.
Complete final inventory of all remaining supplies at the end of the summer.
MINIMUM JOB/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
Must have a valid Drivers License
An interest in science and the desire to work with children in a camp setting
Excellent organization and time management skills
Basic data entry skills
Commitment for the entire summer, especially the 8-weeks of camp (June 17-Aug 9), 2 weeks prior to the start of camp, and 1 week after the end of camp.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Applicants should have a good knowledge of science topics and the ability to understand how various supplies can be utilized for different science activities.
Basic data entry and Excel skills required.
Ability to maintain accurate records and perform basic administrative tasks as they relate to the job.
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT: Work will be performed indoors. Some physical effort required in regards to moving and lifting supplies and boxes.
Miami Science Museum - 21 months ago
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