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Codemaker Instructor - Kainai Public Library

University of Lethbridge’s Destination Exploration Codemakers Program is seeking an enthusiastic individual who loves to make kids love technology. This position will be responsible for engaging students in grades 4-12 at the Kainai Public Library in Standoff September 10th to December 7th 2018.

Duties:

  • Prepare and deliver Codemakers workshops, which are delivered to children at the Kainai Public LIbrary
  • Work collaboratively with other Leaders to develop activities and to create a safe, educational and fun environment for the kids
  • Effectively supervise all participants at all times while encouraging interactive learning and a team atmosphere

Qualifications:

  • Experience working with school aged children.
  • Experience developing educational material preferred, but not required
  • Some experience with technology, including but not limited to topics in:
    • Robotics - Cubelets, Lego Mindstorms EV3, Ozobots, and Edisons
    • Engineering - micro:bits, 3D printing, Arduino's and Raspeberry Pi's
    • Coding - Minecraft, Scratch/Stencyl, and familiarity with JavaScript or Python
    • Digital Citizenship
  • Have a strong background in a technology related discipline
  • Have a valid driver's license and the ability to travel
  • Possess a current First Aid Certification and a clean criminal record and vulnerable sector check
  • Have the ability to effectivity communicate with parents and faculty and to act as an Ambassador of the U of L within our Community
  • Be creative, resourceful and a team player

Hours for this position are 7-10hrs/week, inclusive of travel time. You must be available to work Wednesday afternoons, from 1PM - 5PM. The wage is $16/hr. For more information on the types of activites you will be delivering, please visit our Codemaker programs page.

Applications (resume with cover letter) can be sent to Cassandra Allenby at c.allenby@uleth.ca by 4:00 PM, September 12th, 2018. In your cover letter, please outline a potential technology-based activity that would be suitable for a group of kids aged 8 – 11.

Codemaker Instructor - Lethbridge

University of Lethbridge’s Destination Exploration Codemakers Program is seeking an enthusiastic individual who loves to make kids love technology. This position will be responsible for engaging grades 4-12 students in a variety of off-campus technology-based workshops between September 10th to December 21st 2018.

Duties:

  • Prepare and deliver Codemakers workshops, which are delivered in a variety of off-campus settings
  • Work collaboratively with other Leaders to develop activities and to create a safe, educational and fun environment for the kids
  • Effectively supervise all participants at all times while encouraging interactive learning and a team atmosphere

Qualifications:

  • Experience working with school aged children.
  • Experience developing educational material preferred, but not required
  • Some experience with technology, including but not limited to topics in:
    • Robotics - Cubelets, Lego Mindstorms EV3, Ozobots, and Edisons
    • Engineering - micro:bits, 3D printing, Arduino's and Raspeberry Pi's
    • Coding - Minecraft, Scratch/Stencyl, and familiarity with JavaScript or Python
    • Digital Citizenship
  • Have a strong background in a technology related discipline
  • Have a valid driver's license and the ability to travel
  • Possess a current First Aid Certification and a clean criminal record and vulnerable sector check
  • Have the ability to effectivity communicate with parents and faculty and to act as an Ambassador of the U of L within our Community
  • Be creative, resourceful and a team player

Hours for this position are 8hrs/week, inclusive of travel time. Flexibility on some weekday afternoons, evenings, and very occasional weekends is required. The wage is $16/hr. For more information on the types of activites you will be delivering, please visit our Codemaker programs page.

Applications (resume, cover letter, and fall schedule) can be sent to Cassandra Allenby at c.allenby@uleth.ca by 4:00 PM, September 12th, 2018. In your cover letter, please outline a potential technology-based activity that would be suitable for a group of kids aged 8 – 11.