Pacific Retirement Services

Computer Learning Center Program Coordinator - Glenridge Terrace Apartments

Job Location US-OR-Medford
Job ID
Community Housing
Location/Org Data : Name
GlenRidge Terrace


Full Time CLC Program Coordinator - Glenridge Terrace Apartments


You will assist in the operation of Glenridge Terrace Computer Learning Center (CLC). You will coordinate the development and implementation of all programs and activities.  You will work with children of all ages as well as adults, and assist in creating a positive environment for residents, guests, and staff. 



  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance for the employee paid at 100% by the employer. 
  • 401k retirement benefit
  • Employer sponsored pension plan
  • Vacation, sick and holiday pay following a probationary period

Help us keep our seniors safe. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement for employment.


  • Greet and assist all Learning Center users.
  • Compose, print and distribute bulletins, notices, newsletters, and other correspondence to residents and CLC users.
  • Coordinate the development and implementation of Learning Center programs and curriculum. Prepare and plan Learning Center activities and special events. In addition, create and send regular correspondence to Learning Center users and Glenridge Terrace residents.
  • Maintain CLC files and records and assist CLC users with computer projects.
  • Act as a tutor for Homework Club participants. Lead workshops, activities and programs.
  • Work closely with community organizations to assist in the development of partnerships and volunteer recruitment.
  • Maintain positive tenant relations, program integrity and regulatory discipline within HUD guidelines and restrictions.
  • Treat residents and CLC users with respect and maintain professional confidence.
  • Maintain the highest possible quality of practice while working with applicants, residents, vendors, other staff, community and governmental agencies.
  • Assist in monthly meetings. Direct activities and events to further community cohesiveness.
  • Deliver banking deposits to designated financial institutions in compliance with banking regulations and policy as necessary.
  • Assist with answering phones and directing visitors.
  • Assist the Housing Manager as needed.
  • Respond and react to community emergencies as necessary.
  • Perform other duties as assigned or required.


  • One (1) to three (3) years’ experience in a related field is preferred.
  • Basic working knowledge of computers. Good organizational skills.
  • Basic knowledge of local area service and educational organizations.
  • Knowledge of basic curriculum and activity planning.
  • Ability to read, speak and write and follow oral and written directions.
  • Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) certification, trained and certified within 15 months of hire, or actively pursuing the certification. If you are not COS certified within 15 months, PRS and the communities reserve the right to end employment unless the quality of work displayed justifies continued education and training toward the certification.


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