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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Looking For Work--Potter County's Hiring

County Hiring For After-School Positions

Potter County Human Services is seeking personnel to fill part-time positions to supervise after-school activities which promote academic and social growth for middle school students in the Galeton, Oswayo Valley and Northern Potter school districts. These are contract positions with no benefits.

A site coordinator is sought for the Galeton program. A minimum of a bachelors degree in education, social work or related field is required. Bid range is $8.00 to $12.50 per hour.

Assistants are sought for the programs in all three school districts. These individuals will help the coordinators set up and provide activities, supervise students and collect data. A high school diploma is required. Bid range is $7.00 to $10 per hour.

Bids will be received by Chief Clerk, Gunzburger Building, 1 N. Main St., Coudersport PA 16915 until Dec. 30. Bids should be marked “21st Century Site Coordinator” or “21st Century Assistant” in the lower left corner of the envelope. They will be opened at the Dec. 31 Potter County Commissioners’ meeting. Anyone interested in bidding should call Potter County Human Services at (814) 544-7315 for a complete bid package and work specifications.

Funds are provided through the federal government’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers program, which provides academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools. The program helps students meet state and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers students enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic programs; and offers literacy and other educational services to the families. Potter County Today

12 comments :

Anonymous said...

They must be kidding. $7.00 to $10.00 per hour with a collega degree. No wonder our kids leave this area. The top people make $75,000.00 a year and expect others to mwork for $7.00 an hour. Get real.

Anonymous said...

Agreed. What a joke.

Anonymous said...

What do you people want? There are people that work full time and are raising a family on these wages. How about being thankful new jobs are coming into the area! Would it be nice to have the pay range higher, you bet. Try seeing the bright side of something for once. These jobs are being established to help the children of those communities.

Anonymous said...

Wow, this is not what I would call a job! Low wages, few hours and a lot of responsibility. Plus, when the funding runs dry, goodbye! Remember when you are dealing with students you better have a good insurance policy behind you because kids say the darndest things! I doubt the school system will use their insurance to back these people.

OVHS is having a tough time finding a qualified AD at $4,000. a year, wonder why. For $4,000 a year they want to own ya. Keep going OV Administration and School Board before long you will realize what you should have done.

Anonymous said...

If kids can't survivie on a job that pays $7 an hour they should join the military. They start out at over $7 an hour and offer free room and board, full medical and dental, and will train you and send you to college too.

Anonymous said...

Where do you get your info Mr. Negative about the military? Our military DOES NOT get full medical and dental free. They pay part of it. They do train you but as far as college, each military member has to also put a % towards their personal college fund. By the way many think the military buys uniforms, wrong they buy their own and at their own expense put on all insignia tabs. Uniforms are not at a discount either. How do I know? Sons in the military.

If a young man or woman is joining the military for the $, don't there is a much deeper reason to join.
Cheryl Bryant

Anonymous said...

$7-$10 an hour was good money in the 80s. What a disgrace.

Anonymous said...

Cheryl, I spent 8 years in the Navy and I am a veteran. I also have a son in the Air Force.


"Our military DOES NOT get full medical and dental free."

WRONG!!!

Depending upon their status, active duty members, retired members, members of the Guard/Reserves, family members, and certain veterans receive free or government subsidized medical and dental care. For the most part, this care falls under an overall program known as "Tricare."

When I was in the military they had dentists and doctors on base at the military hospitals. I don't believe that this has changed.

The military members do have to pay for their uniforms, but they also get an annual clothing allowance every year too. It normally isn't enough to compensate for averything a person needs, but it's better than nothing.

Education:

The military member puts money into a fund every month for the first year call the Montgomry GI Bill which is added to by the service branch and used when they are discharged for college tuition, but while in the military the member also has access to many college accredited courses for nearly everything you can imagine. I took a lot of college accredited courses while out at sea.

Anonymous said...

My son is a CWO has been with 3rd Group Special Forces for 19 years and in the Army for 21, plus just signed for 6 more years. He is married with children and DOES pay a % each month for their medical. Yes, they still have hospitals on base, at least Fort Bragg and Fort Belvoir do. CB

Anonymous said...

"I took a lot of college accredited courses while out at sea."

Was one of them:

How to win friends and influence people?

Sorry I couldn't resist.

Thanks for your service & I enjoy your posts.

Anonymous said...

"How to win friends and influence people?"

LOL....I like that!!

As you all know by now...I don't have a problem with voicing my opinion.....at least you people will listen to me....my wife just tells me to shut up! I haven't figured out why??

As the infamous J.B. Books said ""I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people, and I require the same from them."

God Bless America and all of the men nd women that are out there protecting us.

Anonymous said...

FYI: With a college degree is $8-$12.50 an hour .. The $7-$10 is just with a high school diploma...If jobs can be created that is great.. but just like a previous post.. What are those that are hired going to do when the funding ends.. back to square 1 !