Summer Literacy Coordinator
- Program stream: Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations
- Job title: Summer Literacy Coordinator
- Organization name: Huron County Library
- Job location: Clinton, Ontario
- Length of assignment: 2017-05-23 to 2017-08-25 (14 weeks)
- Hourly wage: $14.12
The Huron County Library requires one summer student
to plan, promote and deliver the TD Summer Reading Program
at 12 library branches throughout Huron County.
The theme celebrates Canada 150.
The Huron County Library Administrative Office in Clinton, ON will be the home work site.
Candidates must be eligible under YCW requirements.
As this position requires travel, candidates must have a valid driver's license, a good driving record and access to a vehicle. Work related travel will be reimbursed at the County rate.
Tasks include: Developing weekly themes, creating promotional materials, developing and presenting programs with activities that exercise and develop literacy skills, visiting local schools to promote the program, ordering supplies and keeping statistics and reports.
Eligible candidates will be required to apply for a Vulnerable Sector check.
For more information about the Huron County Library check www.huroncounty.ca/library
(To check Huron County job postings site: http://www.huroncounty.ca/jobs/
Please email your cover letter and resume in one PDF document by to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Corporation of the County of Huron — Human Resources
1 Courthouse Square
Huron County is a rural county with a population of about 60,000 living on farms and in small towns and villages. Goderich is the largest urban center with a population of about 8,000. Major employment sectors are agriculture, tourism and the salt mine in Goderich. Due to cottages and campgrounds, especially along the shores of Lake Huron, the population increases dramatically during the summer months. There are numerous festivals and events and great beaches and attractions to enjoy. The Library is an important community hub for county services, culture and information.
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