Job Role and Summary
The After-School Coordinator is responsible for planning, implementing, supervising, and evaluating daily after-school activities. He/she will work with the Executive Director and Administrative Assistant to determine activities and programming that benefit the participants' growth and development. This position needs a highly organized, compassionate, and adaptable individual to work with people of diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Part-time (31 hours a week) $20/hr – 40 weeks a year (Sep-June)
Duties and Responsibilities
- Ensures the safety of students by being aware of potential hazards and addressing them appropriately.
- Provide educational support for participants seeking them.
- Supervise student engagement in programs that provide additional education for students of color and beyond.
- Effectively manages and coordinates program requirements with participating agencies.
- Assures proper care and maintenance of the facilities being used.
- Communicates with other CACD staff/volunteers to support students' success.
- Documents findings of student evaluations and discuss the same with parents, if applicable.
- Sets educational standards and goals and helps establish programs, procedures, and policies to carry them out.
- Work with other community organizations, district partners, and schools to solicit participants for after-school programs.
- Promptly and professionally responds to all stakeholder inquiries.
- Communicate and support the needs of participants and their families regarding engagement in the after-school program.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and demonstrate integrity.
- Capable of implementing and supervising a positive and safe learning environment that incorporates academics, enrichment, and physical activities.
- Ability to maintain goals and priorities in dealing with distinct challenges.
- Strong creativity, enthusiasm, and dedication to youth development.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Knowledgeable of safety practices and procedures.
- Ability to perform the job with little supervision.
- Ability to follow written and oral directions.
- Excellent time management and organizational skills.
- High School diploma required; Associate's degree preferred.
- Experience working with youth K-12.
- Must pass a criminal background check provided by the RI Attorney General’s Office
- Able to speak Cape Verdean Kriolu and/or Portuguese
- CPR/First Aid Certified
- Experience with academic tutoring
Applicants must provide a resume and cover letter. To submit and for questions, email, [email protected]
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