School Site Director PT
Boys And Girls Clubs of Delaware Dover, DE
- Expired: 28 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
The School Site Director has delegated responsibility for program development, staff and volunteer supervision, building safety, community assessment and membership recruitment that has the end result of creating and maintaining a well-rounded, well organized School Site Child Care program that is in compliance with the Office of Child Care Licensing and Delaware STARS requirements and meets the needs of the school community
- Work closely with Regional School Site Director to train, supervise and motivate all part time staff and volunteers.
- Work closely with the Regional School Site Director in promoting and maintaining positive communication with school administrators and the school community.
- Work closely with Regional School Site Director to plan and implement programs for youth which will provide a sense of competence, a sense of belonging, a sense of usefulness, a sense of power and influence resulting in enhanced self-esteem and an environment for youth to achieve their highest potential.
- Work closely with Regional School Site Director to ensure that all paperwork and reporting requirements are met in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware. This includes but is not limited to: financial reports, payroll, tuition deposits, petty cash, food, and POC attendance reports.
- Assure that program areas and equipment are maintained in a safe and attractive manner.
- Promote and maintain identified levels of attendance in the program.
- Twenty (20) years of age or older
- First Aid/CPR Certification preferred
- Medication Certification within first 30 days
- Must be able to pass an FBI clearance, State of Delaware Criminal History Background Check,
National and State Sexual Abuse Registry check, and National and State Child Abuse Registry Check
per DelaCare regulations.
Minimally must meet the qualification of a School-Age Coordinator per the OCCL, as noted below
Twelve (12) college credits related to the needs of the school-aged children served, and
three (3) years’ experience working with children school-age or younger in a group setting; OR
Sixty (60) college credits including twelve (12) college credits related to the needs of the
school-age children served, and two (2) years’ experience working with children school-age or younger
in a group setting.
Preferably meet the qualification of School Age Administrator per the OCCL as noted below:
A four-year degree from an accredited college including a minimum of fifteen(15)credit hours
of child development or early childhood education and one(1)year of experience working with children
in a group setting OR
An associate degree in a field related to child development, early childhood education,
psychology, social work, special education, elementary education, nursing or any health field, including
a minimum of fifteen(15)credit hours of child development or early childhood education and eighteen(18)months of experience working with
children in a group setting OR
A child development associate credential and twenty-four(24)months of experience working
with children in a group setting.
- Demonstrated knowledge of the principles and practices related to:
- Program planning, development, implementation and evaluation.
- Developing and maintaining collaborative partnerships and public relations.
- Developmental stages of youth.
- Demonstrated ability in planning and implementing programs for youth.
- Demonstrated ability in training, supervising and motivating staff, volunteers and youth.
- Demonstrated ability in successful communication with school administrators and the school community.
- Demonstrated ability in supervising and motivating staff, volunteers and youth.
- Demonstrated ability in successful communication with the school community, parents and children.
- Ability to assess the school community needs and implement programs based on that assessment.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Adobe, Internet and Outlook.
- Competencies include: program management, relationships building, regulatory compliance, leadership, decision making and communication.
- Frequently lifts, carries or otherwise moves and positions objects weighing up to 25 pounds when preparing room for instruction.
- Typically bends, stoops, walks and sometimes runs on a regular basis while interacting with children in various activities throughout the day.
- Ability to perform duties effectively under stressful conditions; ability to make decisions quickly and accurately with tact and impartiality
- Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions and communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
- High energy, comfort with multi-tasking, able to work with numerous deadlines.
- Employees are subject to transfer from one department to another and from one club/school site to another as the needs of the organization change.
Work Hours: Monday-Friday between the hours of 6:30am-6:00pm based upon business needs; Apprx 30 hours per week.
Note: The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, nor is it to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware is an equal opportunity employer