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Lib Employment Agreement; Literacy Program Lead Trainer 1996NOV 2 21996 ........................... AGREEMENT Contract Emulovee This Agreement made and entered into this 30th day of September. 1996 by and between the City of San Rafael, hereinafter referred to as "City", and Julie Jones hereinafter referred to as "Contract Employee". 1. The City hereby employs Contract Employee to provide services enumerated in exhibit "A" and incorporated herein by reference. The term of this agreement shall be 1011196 through 9130197 2. In consideration of performing duties enumerated in exhibit "A", Contract Employee will work from _1011196 through 9130/97 and will receive $18.27 per hour and will work 3.75 hours per week. Additional hours, as needed, may be approved by the Library Director. 3. Contract Employee will report to and receive direction from the Library Director or his designated representative in performance of duties enumerated in exhibit "A". It is expressly understood that the contractor work assignments and services performed under this agreement are all under the direction of staff. 4. It is understood that Julie Jones is a Contract Employee, not a City employee, and as such will not be entitled to vacation, sick leave, or other fringe benefits granted to regular full-time employees of the City. 5. Either party may terminate this agreement at any time upon two weeks written notice to all parties. 6. The parties agree to submit any claims or disputes arising out of this agreement to binding arbitration pursuant to the current provisions of the California Code of Civil Procedure and any successor statutes. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have entered into this agreement the day and year first above written. CITY OF SAN RAFAEL: V ------------P------------- Vaug n Stratfor Date Library Director CONTRACT EMPLOYEE: ------------------------------ Rod Gould Date City Manager ATTEST 2-6 ----t,e -eanne .ncini ate City Clerk 6 1 -------------- Date — -%/-Li / ot�� San Rafael Public Library Literacy F , .. 6..,.m Lead 1S -ainer Job Description Definition - Under the direction of the Program Coordinators, the Literacy Program Lead Trainer is responsible for implementing and supervising the training program of the Marin Literacy Program and performing such related duties as required. Level Summary - This single position class, contracted employee performs duties within established guidelines and is responsible for the operation and implementation of the training of volunteer tutors for the Marin Literacy Program. Work is reviewed through conferences and reports for timely accomplishment, conformance to policy, quality of services provided and results obtained. Function - The Lead Trainer is responsible for planning, developing, supervising and implementing the training of volunteer tutors for the I Marin Literacy Program; selects, trains -and supervises assistants who will present segments of the trainings; supervises the monitoring of the progress of tutor training; prepares budget requests, monitors expenditures, maintains records, and prepares reports for library administration and funding sources; develops literacy training materials for use with tutors during trainings; coordinates ordering and dissemination of literacy training materials; is responsible for developing public awareness of literacy trainings; performs administrative and supervisory responsibilities; and performs related work as required. Emnlovment Standards - Education/Experience - A combination of education/experience equivalent of four years of college that demonstrates possession of the following knowledge and skills: KnowledLye - Considerable knowledge of language development and remediation of reading difficulties; knowledge of adult literacy methodology and techniques. Skill - To create an Adult Literacy Program training program based on information from existing programs and one's own knowledge; to be able to work with volunteer tutors to develop appropriate lessons based on an Adult Literacy format; to model techniques for the tutors; to prepare comprehensive written reports if necessary and express ideas clearly and concisely. License - Possession of a valid California class 3 driver's license and a satisfactory driving history as obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles.