The temporary Classroom Facilitator will assist with Audio Visual and Zoom technology for Booth classes at the Harper Center in Hyde Park and/or the Gleacher Center in downtown Chicago. The Classroom Facilitator is a part-time, temporary position for approximately 2 months, beginning mid-September.
Work with faculty and students and addressing related questions.Â
Monitor students for social distancing, mask wearing, and adherence to University Covid-19 recommended safety measures, reporting any violations as directed.Â
Manage AV and Zoom in classrooms where faculty members are not present.
Utilize a basic familiarity with Windows, Microsoft Office, and Zoom.
Classroom Facilitator will be trained by AV to troubleshoot basic classroom technology issues, and/or escalate to Booth AV or Conference Center AV with any issues they or the faculty member cannot resolve.Â
Contact appropriate facilities/building staff, as needed, for any cleaning or physical classroom concerns.Â
Wipe down AV equipment prior to and at the end of each class session.
Basic familiarity with Windows, Microsoft Office, and Zoom.
Good technical skills and orientation.
Excellent verbal communication skills.
Strong detail orientation.
Achieve objectives with minimal direction, demonstrate leadership skills and a self-starter.
Professional demeanor, tactful, respects confidentiality, service-oriented.
Agile and adaptable with changing priorities.
Excellent customer service skills.
Ability to use computers.
Education, Experience or Certifications:
High school diploma/GED.
Related professional experience.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
The Classroom Facilitator position is a part-time position, approximately 10-20 hours/week, for approximately 2 months.
Morning, afternoon and evening shifts available.
Positions are available at Harper and Gleacher Centers.
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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