Community Engagement and Outreach
Product and Program Management
The mission of the After-school Site Coordinator is to oversee the coordination of students and learning partners during weekday afterschool activities at Monroe Middle School.
Coordinates and Ensures a vibrant After-School program at Monroe Middle School
Creates a warm and welcoming environment for all youth so they can learn, connect, and thrive in the after-school space by demonstrating respect cultural diversity and student potential.
Maintains on-site presence during the school day and after-school programming.
Ensures snacks/meals are ordered and served
Ensures the safety and wellness of youth by upholding policies through the program’s procedures
Maintains an up-to-date list of TPS bus riders and communicates with TPS transportation office to arrange
Reserves building space with school administration and through School Dude, if needed
Organizes end-of-session showcase event
Maintains Cityspan data system, including attendance of youth and records of Learning Partners
Supports Learning Partners in implementation of After-School Programming
Assists in on-boarding Learning Partners, including co-facilitating Youth Development 101 training with The Opportunity Project
Oversees clubs and learning partners, including daily check-ins, coaching, or support, as needed
Ensures a successful After-School program by engaging with stakeholders
Actively recruits students to participate and enroll in AfterOpp
Meets with families, youth, and community members to increase after-school participation and engagement, and addresses concerns in a respectful, sensitive manner
Implements CASEL’s three signature practices daily and role models social and emotional skills to both adults and youth
Adopts and models best practice Out of School Time standards and positive youth development practices
Facilitates partnership with Opportunity Project and City Year
Identifies and requests needed supplies and resources to the appropriate parties (i.e The Opportunity Project or City Year)
Prepares reports as required in an accurate, timely manner
Works with The Opportunity Project to administer surveys or assessments
Participates in professional development and program-related trainings as assigned
Other responsibilities as assigned
Required Qualifications, Competencies, and Skills
Holds a high school diploma
Must pass a criminal background check
Has a desire to work collaboratively with youth
Effective verbal, written, and non-verbal communication skills
Pays attention to detail
Able to work well under stress
Has a valid driver’s license and personal vehicle insurance or access to reliable transportation
Must be fluent in written and spoken Spanish
Preferred Qualifications, Competencies, and Skills
Holds, or is pursuing, a bachelor’s degree in education, recreation, or a related field
Has prior experience in an educational or recreational setting, in a school- or community-based organization
Has prior experience working with youth
Has prior experience managing a team
Has knowledge of the local community
Compensation and Benefits
Full time employees are entitled to compensation commensurate with experience. Benefits for full time employees include health insurance with Flexible Spending Account, paid vacation, holidays, parental leave, 401K, and more.
City Year is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse workforce. Individuals from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including persons with disabilities and veterans.
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