FIRST® LEGO League Site Coordinator

Carlsbad, CA

The FIRST® LEGO League (FLL) Site Coordinator oversees on-site programming, coaches, and team members for the Robotics Lab. All position responsibilities must be performed in accordance with city, state, federal and Company policy.

FIRST® LEGO LEAGUE SITE COORDINATOR POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide ongoing leadership and assistance to Elementary/Middle School Robotics teams and coaches during each practice, competition, and event.
  • Understand and use the FIRST® Core Values, have knowledge of the FLL program, FIRST® Youth Protection Policy (YPP) Guidelines, and the FLL coach and game manuals.
  • Serve as communication liaison between coaches, students, parents, SoCal FLL Program Delivery Partner,
  • FLL Tournament Directors, District Robotics Coordinator, and occasionally FTC Coordinator.
  • Ensure all team members are registered with CEF Robotics, maintaining accurate Team Rosters.
  • Ensure FIRST® consent/release forms are submitted properly.
  • Work with the District Robotics Coordinator to coordinate and track schedules, equipment, and supplies.
  • Provide leadership and assistance to planning, coordination, and/or execution of robotics related events including, but not limited to, outreach or fundraising events, as determined by individual teams.
  • Responsible for team and event (tournaments, relevant workshops, etc.) registration at the direction of the District Robotics Coordinator.
  • Oversee the online Robotics (FLL) Team Information Management System (TIMS) portal activity related to the relevant teams and is aware of volunteer mentors.
  • Order team items in collaboration with the District Robotics Coordinator following CEF guidelines.
  • Assist coaches in researching opportunities for teams to connect with industry professionals related to the annual theme.
  • Provide monthly reporting to District Robotics Coordinator and Program Manager on progress of the FLL teams, shares team stories for distribution to sponsors and community, where appropriate.
  • Provide community service documentation for volunteers engaged in community service-related events, where appropriate.
  • Annually work with the District Robotics Coordinator to execute season-end surveys.
  • Other work duties as assigned by management.

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS, AND CLEARANCE

  • Experience working with youth in an educational environment preferred.
  • Experience with robotics, engineering, or FIRST® LEGO League preferred.
  • Experience in K-12 education is a benefit.
  • Any equivalent combination of experience and education that will allow the applicant to satisfactorily perform the duties of the job may be considered when filling the position.
  • 1-2 years of previous supervisory experience is a plus.
  • Activity Supervisor Clearance Certificate required.