Bike Clark County is looking for qualified individuals who are comfortable riding a bike in traffic, can ride 3-10 miles in a day, and have experience working with youth ages 6-9 and 10-14. You will be responsible with the day-to-day activities for up to 12 +/- students. in this fun summer camp program. You will be responsible for helping to teach core bike safety curriculum and need to be able to teach in a collaborative setting. Two assistance will also be hired to help.
The camp is a total of four weeks, each camp being 5 days long 9:00am-3:00pm. Besides the curriculum, the camp consists of exciting daily field trips by bike to fun activities such as a ranger-led tour of The Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, the Pearson Air Museum, the Water Resources Center, and more!
Summer Bike Camp dates:
- Week #1 July 11-15 : Ages 6-9
- Week #2 July 18-22 : Ages 6-9
- Week #3 July 25-29 : Ages 10-14
- Week #4 Aug 1-5: Ages 10-14
Camp Location is at: Fort Vancouver National Historic Site – ANNEX, 1501 E. Evergreen Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661
Qualifications needed to do the job successfully
- Need to be able to ride a bike in traffic & supervise kids
- Need to be able to work well with children
- Need to be able to assist kids with possible special needs
- Need to be able to pass a background check
Part time & full time positions $15-20/hour DOE.
To apply email cover letter & resume to : firstname.lastname@example.org
See your Career Specialist if you need help completing either of these or contact Tracey.Scharmann@vansd.org.
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