These are supporting management positions responsible for maintaining quality program in the absence of the Site Director. We are looking for candidates who are seeking experience in an entry level management position in a youth development program. Must have or be willing to achieve 12 credit hours in the youth development field and be 21 years or older.
Part-time, min 25 hours per week.
Salary range is $12.03-14.70/hour
Full job description:
FLSA STATUS: NON-EXEMPT
REPORTS TO: SITE DIRECTOR
POSITION DESCRIPTION Provide support to Site Director in the administration, leadership and supervision of a School Age Program or Center Site within the Camp Fire USA Youth Development framework.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Work with assigned children to conduct program consistent with Camp Fire mission.
- Manage a quality program in the absence of the Site Director
- Build community relations with families, schools and community
- Advocate on behalf of children
- Mentor and support program staff
- Communicate effectively with staff, management and parents
- Work productively as a member of a team
- Accept professionally the guidance and supervision of the council
- Demonstrate a positive attitude
- Exemplifies the Council’s value statements, vision and mission in all actions, communications and relationships
- Other related duties as assigned
ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
In the absence of the Site Director:
- Overall program planning and coordination consistent with the needs and abilities of the children.
- Maintaining child care licensing requirements and standards.
- Within established budget and financial procedures, procuring of program supplies, material and equipment.
- Arrangements with supervisor for transportation for field trips.
- Maintaining established policies, program criteria, procedures, standards and rules.
- Providing for the maximum possible health, safety, and well being of all persons involved in the program.
- Maintaining facility, supplies, and equipment in excellent and safe condition.
- Establishing staff work schedules and when necessary finding a substitute staff person.
- Monitor and support daily snack and breakfast according to CACFP guidelines.
- Maintaining confidentiality of all child, parent, and staff official records.
- Orientation of new staff using On-Site Orientation guide as assigned by supervisor
- Conducting weekly site staff meetings.
- Keeping staff updated and informed.
- Maintain files, records in accordance with established procedures.
- Submitting required reports and records on time.
- Special programs, events and activities as assigned by supervisor, (i.e. Kids’ Day, Governors Picnic, Program Wide Events, etc)
- Excellent communication skills, including written, oral and presentation
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Ability to work effectively with a diverse population: multi-cultural, age, gender, etc
- Ability to act as a positive role model by displaying appropriate professional behavior
- Bachelors Degree preferred, minimum twelve credit hours of college required in related field, or willingness to acquire the college credits
- Experience working with children (preferably school-age children), with experience in program planning and management preferred.
- Experience working with children (preferably school-age children) in a group and semi-structured setting, program planning, management
- Previous experience with staff supervision, demonstrated leadership ability and management experience preferred
- Current Infant, Child & Adult CPR / First Aid Certification
- Twenty-one (21) years of age required to maintain compliance with regulatory and accrediting entities
- Valid Alaska Driver’s License with vehicle available for work
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
- Ability to lift 35 pounds
- Possesses adequate vision, hearing acuity, physical ability, strength and stamina to perform the required responsibilities of activates associated with program delivery
Camp Fire Alaska is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer