Operation Little Learner Facilitator

Va. Beach, VA
Part Time
Mid Level

Position Title: Operation Little Learner Facilitator 

Location: Community Center Sites  

Wage: $13.50 per hour 

Hours: Part-Time 

Requirements: Background Check Required 

Occasional Travel between ASYMCAHR locations Required 

Basic Computer and Microsoft Office Knowledge Required 

Social Services and/or Early Childhood Education Preferred 

Understanding of Military Family Lifestyle Desired 


Reports to: Early Learning Director 

Summary: The Operation Little Learners Facilitator will offer quality customer service to participants by interacting with adults and children. The Facilitator will conduct all scheduled programs and activities in a friendly and professional manner, in accordance with the Armed Services YMCA Policies and Procedures. Applicants must be proficient in following a curriculum and willing to provide feedback regarding this curriculum.  


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  

  • Assist in assessing the needs of military personnel and their families on a continuous basis.  

  • Positively promote all ASYMCA Programs and Events to members, and the community, while motivating members to try new activities and programs.  

  • Provide enriching activities, continuously facilitating new activities to engage learners.  

  • Maintain 100% safety in all areas of programming. Supervise children at all times during specified classes. 

  • Adhere to, and enforce, all rules and regulations set forth in the Participant Registration Packet, as well as the ASYMCA handbook.  

  • Perform daily visual “health checks” on children and report suspected child abuse or neglect.  

  • Report accidents and make sure all forms are properly completed. 

  • Keep a First Aid kit intact, current, and easily accessible.           

  • Properly prepare for all programs in advance, confirming all required supplies are available, as well as documenting member participation.  

  • Assist in keeping all ASYMCA supplies/materials clean, organized and easily accessible. When supplies/materials are running low, notify the Early Learning Director as soon as possible. 

  • Keep important paperwork/information organized and confidential. Turn in paperwork to Director neatly and efficiently.  

  • Welcome new participants by explaining programs offered, as well as general Armed Services YMCA information. Make sure participants properly complete a New Participant Registration Packet and answer any questions they may have about the programs and/or the organization as a whole. 

  • Attend all section meetings and training sessions. Stay up-to-date and informed regarding training information, CPR/First Aid certification renewals, and ASYMCA policies and procedures. 

  • Submit time off requests and timesheets in a timely manner. In the event you are unable to work a scheduled program, you are expected to notify the Early Learning Director as soon as possible so that a substitute can be secured. 

  • Resolve any and all issues or conflicts participants may be experiencing in a professional manner. Communicate all program concerns and problems to your Early Learning Director. 

  • Must be able to lift 20 pounds. 


Community Relations: 

  • Assist in maintaining a close working relationship with the Civilian Community, Military agencies, Program Donors/Sponsors/Volunteers, ASYMCA Staff, and Liberty Military Housing.  




Financial Matters: 

  • Help coordinate monthly supply lists and turn these into the Early Learning Director on a monthly basis. 

  • Be responsible while maintaining and using all supplies and materials. 



By signing below, you are indicating that you have read this position description carefully, and have understood and agreed to its terms. 


Employee Signature:______________________________________________________________________ Date:__________________________ 


Employee Name (please print):_____________________________________________________________ 


Early Learning Director Signature:___________________________________________________________ Date:__________________________ 


Executive Director Signature:__________________________________________________________ Date:__________________________ 

Armed Services YMCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. ASYMCA is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. We will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. ASYMCA encourages applicants of all ages.


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