Working for the Town of Herndon allows you make a difference in your local community. Together as one team, we plan, build, learn, maintain, keep safe and influence our great town for current and future generations. We offer a work environment with excellent work-life balance, great benefits, community involvement, and the chance to work with smart, dedicated people.
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- Type:Part Time Flexible
- Salary/Pay Rate:$11 to 18/hr, depending on qualifications
- Posted Date:01/09/2019
- Responsible for executing curriculum designed by Head Instructors in a safe and fun manner.
- Must be willing to assist in evaluation and critiquing classes and participants
- Lead small group instruction for five to nine children
- Works with fellow instructors and effectively communicate with parents and guardians
- Must have a high school diploma
- Previous cheer, gymnastics, dance or comparable experience
- CPR/AED and First-Aid Certifications required or have the ability to obtain with six months of employment
- Varies – mornings, evenings, and some weekends (20-30 hours per week)
- Herndon Community Center, 814 Ferndale Avenue