The Adams County Public Library is seeking a part-time Technology Trainer to lead a hands-on digital literacy program for middle school and high school age students, and provide one-on-one technology training to community members of all ages at the library.
The term of the contract would be for approximately 680 hours of work, ending September 30, 2018. Scheduling is negotiable within the year. This position is an Independent Contractor funded by a Guiding Ohio Online grant from the State Library of Ohio and Institute of Museum and Library Services. Evening and weekend hours will be primarily expected.
The position would include providing hands-on technology tutoring, on-demand or by appointment, to patrons of all ages at the Adams County Public Library. The contractor will be responsible for developing, planning, and leading a series of digital learning activities and computer projects for middle-school and high school age youth in a weekly after-school club setting. The trainer will be expected to mentor students in the program to help foster creativity, problem solving skills and independent thinking by leading a series of hands-on projects that help students develop computer and technology skills.
Candidates of all education levels and work backgrounds will be considered. The most important qualifications are enthusiasm for mentoring youth, experience with technology, willingness to learn new technology skills, and ability to communicate clearly and patiently.
Please return a library application, cover letter, and resume to:
Jessica D. Dooley
Adams County Public Library
157 High Street, Peebles, OH 45660