Virtual Program Facilitator (Part-time, Temporary)
Application deadline: Rolling. Applications will be considered on an as-needed basis. Hiring has concluded for the Spring 2022 season, but applications will be considered for Fall 2022.
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StriveScan is seeking to hire several temporary facilitators to join our team and assist with virtual college fairs and virtual admissions programming. Facilitators must be reliable, flexible, comfortable with technology, including video and audio platforms, and possess strong communication skills.
Facilitate virtual college fair webinars and admission presentations, including, but not limited to:
- Represent StriveScan and welcome presenters.
- Ensure all presenters are present.
- Review instructions and the program’s format.
- Answer presenters’ questions.
- Test presenters’ screen sharing, video, and audio. Troubleshoot, if necessary.
- Initiate the broadcast to the audience and make brief housekeeping remarks.
- Supervise schedule flow and audience participation.
- Conclude the presentation and make closing remarks.
- Escalate any issues to StriveScan staff.
- Successful completion of a StriveScan training session and evaluation will be required.
- The number of hours will vary per week based on scheduled events.
- Facilitators will have the flexibility to select desired events to work based on your availability but will be required to commit at least three hours at a time.
- Candidates will be selected, in part, based on flexibility and availability.
- Many events start approximately between 3:30 and 4:30 PM Central, Monday through Thursday. Some limited daytime and weekend events may be available.
- Events take place across a variety of time zones nationwide.
Required Minimum Qualifications
- Excellent social, problem-solving, organizational, and communication skills required
- Proficient in using technology, specifically video/audio conferencing platforms
- Supply your own, reliable laptop or desktop computer
- Fast and reliable home internet is necessary
- Quiet, professional location to video conference
- Professional experience in admissions, recruitment, education, or a related field is strongly preferred
- If currently working on the college side, holds a position with limited recruitment travel during evenings in March-April
- Working knowledge of Zoom for meetings or webinars
- The position requires you to work independently from a quiet home-office location with fast and reliable home internet
- Facilitators will be temporary, independent contractors
Equal Employment Opportunity
StriveScan is an Equal Employment/Equal Educational Opportunity Organization. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, genetic information, disability or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against because of their protected status. Applicants to and employees of this organization are protected under Federal law from discrimination on several bases.
StriveScan was founded in 2016 by Dan Saavedra and is based in Chicago. In five short years, StriveScan has expanded to more than 36 states and 42 countries, with over 2,500 colleges globally using the technology.
StriveScan powers the virtual college fair programs for New Jersey (NJACAC), Pennsylvania (PACAC), Potomac and Chesapeake (PCACAC), Virginia (VACRAO), West Virginia (WVACRAO), North and South Carolina (CACRAO), Southern (SACAC), Ohio (OACAC), Michigan (MACAC), Indiana (INACAC), Illinois (IACAC), Wisconsin (WACAC), Minnesota (MACAC), Missouri (MOACAC), Great Plains (GPACAC), Kansas (KACRAO), Rocky Mountain (RMACAC), Colorado (College Fairs of Greater Denver), Western (WACAC), California (College2Career, California Out Of State and International Fairs), Alaska (Anchorage), Hawai’i (HACAC), and nationwide with the Colleges That Change Lives (CTCL), National Catholic College Admission Association (NCCAA), and College Admissions Collaborative Highlighting Engineering and Technology (CACHET). Plus, many individual high schools, districts, and other associations!
Applications will be considered as the need arises.