Woodland Heights Afterschool Site Director-Laconia
- $18 to $19 Hourly
Are you motivated to make a difference in the lives of children? Do you have the skills and dedication to join our team at the Boys Girls Club? If so, we invite you to apply ASAP.
If you're looking to find fulfilling, meaningful work and the chance to make a positive impact on the lives of children as a capable and caring mentor, look no further.Of course, passion for your profession won't pay the bills -- we get that! -- which is why we offer competitive compensation. We take your professional development seriously and will help you grow your career with perks like tuition reimbursement and individualized career planning.
We have an exciting, full-time opportunity for a caring, energetic, and organized individual to oversee programming and daily enrichment activities in Laconia, NH at Woodland Heights Elementary School. This is a small site that serves children K through 5 grade.
1.Establishes Site programs, activities, and services that prepare youth for success and creates an outcome-driven Club experience.
2.Promotes and stimulates program participation; registers new members and participates in their club orientation process; - provides guidance and role modeling to members.
3. Ensures that all childcare licensing requirements per the NH Childcare Licensing Bureau are implemented.
4.Ensures a healthy, safe environment, with well-maintained facilities, equipment, and supplies.
5.Participates in grant application process providing ideas for funding programs and other services.
6.Assists with fundraising events and initiatives.
7.Develops and increases the visibility of the Club programs through daily schedule posting, event announcements, and dissemination of information through advertising, flyers, and press releases.
Relationships/Partnership Development/Public Relations
8.Maintains close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, and supervisors to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret guidelines/instructions; instruct, advise/counsel.
9.Maintains professional contact with community members, community leaders and organizations, Club parents, and others to assist in resolving situations and in order to develop and maintain partnerships. Develops and maintains public relations to increase the visibility of programs, services, and activities within the Club and the community.
11.Evaluates and reports on the Site programs and progress once a month.
12.Leads recruitment, retention, and public outreach efforts for partners, volunteers, members, and parents.
13.Reports on grants as needed.
14.Ensures administrative and operational systems are in place to maintain the operation of the physical properties and equipment of the Club.
15.Effectively manages a budget; controls expenditures against budget.
16.Compiles regular reports reflecting all activities, attendance, and participation.
17.Recruits, manages, and provides career development opportunities for site staff and volunteers. Conducts regular staff meetings.
A site director in a school-age program shall be at least 20 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent, including but not limited to a General Equivalency Diploma (GED), a High School Equivalency Test (HiSet), or a Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC), and have at least one of the following:
(1) Written documentation from or on file with the department that she or he was qualified and employed as a site director in a school-age program on or before the effective date of these rules in 2022;
(2) A minimum of an associate’s degree in child development, education, recreation, or other field of study focused on children, awarded by an accredited college or university;
(3) Certification of successful completion of training as a recreation director plus 1000 hours of experience working with children in a licensed child care program, recreation program, or a public or private elementary school;
(4) A total of 12 credits in child development, education, recreation, or other field of study focused on children, from an accredited college plus 1000 hours of experience working with children;
(5) Current certification as an educator by the Department of Education; or
(6) Experience working with children totaling 2000 hours and:
a. Current certification as a para II educator by the Department of Education; or
b. Both of the following:
1. Documentation of enrollment in a course for at least 3 credits in child development, education, recreation, or other fields of study focused on children, through an accredited college or university and a written plan on file for completion of at least 3 additional credits as specified; and
2. Within 12 months of the date the individual begins working as a site director, documentation of successful completion of a total of at least 6 credits as specified in b.1. shall be on file for review by the department.
Nice To Haves
Please visit www.nhyouth.org to learn more about our organization.
Non-exempt, hourly position. We are temporarily offering a sign-on bonus of $500.00.
We offer an extensive benefits package. Benefits include:
Retirement (403B) Contribution
Paid Time Off
Professional Development Assistance/Tuition Reimbursement
The Boys Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire provides early learning, after-school programs, summer day camps, and basketball leagues to 2500 youth throughout the central New Hampshire area including Concord and Laconia areas. Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who most need us, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. We offer a safe place to belong, caring adult mentors and programs covering everything from academics and leadership development to physical fitness and healthy habits.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central NHLaconia, NH
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