Summary of Position: Manage the day-to-day functions of the AARP Experience Corps literacy tutoring program for assigned caseload. Observe and coach tutors. Serve as liaison between our program and the assigned sites.
- Manage the day-to-day functions of the AARP Foundation Experience Corps literacy tutoring program for assigned caseload. Act as a liaison between our program, volunteers, and school staff.
- Observe volunteers and coach them to ensure AARP Foundation Experience Corps structured session standards are followed and sessions are as effective as possible.
- Work with school staff to schedule and assign volunteers to students.
- Process program data monthly (program evaluation, volunteer time entry, and student progress logs).
- Complete performance reviews for volunteers up to twice per year.
- Plan and implement monthly team meetings for volunteers.
- Provide basic technical assistance to tutors and students tutoring sessions.
- Ensure tutors and students have needed tutoring supplies, by preparing and delivering to homes/schools, as needed.
- Conduct student assessments as needed.
- Serve as a monitor for tutoring sessions, in-person or virtually, as needed.
- Assist Training Coordinator with tutor trainings.
- Assist in recruiting new volunteer tutors for the program.
- Assist with the intake process for new tutors including conducting interviews and reference checks.
- Attend weekly AARP Foundation Experience Corps staff meetings and monthly Greater Cleveland Volunteers staff meetings.
- Other duties as assigned by AARP Experience Corps Program Manager or Greater Cleveland Volunteers Program Director, such as assist with agency events.
- Required: College degree or equivalent experience in education, social services, management, or related field; excellent verbal and written communications skills; ability to work well with diverse populations; proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; ability to work independently; ability to keep large quantities of information organized and excellent attention to detail; ability to lift and transport materials; ability to work occasional weekend and evenings; friendly and courteous disposition; valid driver’s license, automobile insurance, and access to an automobile during working hours.
- Preferred: Experience managing/supervising volunteers and coordinating a program; elementary school teaching experience and/or familiarity with an urban education environment; experience working with older adult volunteers; experience working in a hybrid/remote work environment.
Greater Cleveland Volunteers is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state and local laws with regard to hiring, assignment, compensation, advancement, lay-off, or other terms or conditions of employment.