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After School Program Staff

Company: Give Every Child A Chance
Location: Stockton
Posted on: September 23, 2022

Job Description:

Job Summary It is the general duty of the Site Coordinator to serve as a supervisor and provide program services for students in the After School Advantage Program. Qualifications Communicate effectively and follow verbal and written instructions Excellent interpersonal skills Planning and organizational skills Ability to supervise students independently and in large group activities Basic computer skills Flexibility in work hours while maintaining punctual, regular attendance Work with culturally and economically diverse families, students and staff Lead by example with skills for mentoring and assisting students Able to work independently with minimal supervision Possess patience, understanding and flexibility Ability & willingness to take on a variety of tasks and function in an active and dynamic environment Ability to maintain confidentiality Have the ability and aptitude to make decisions within established policies Able to work independently with minimal supervision High School Graduate or in the process of receiving your diploma. Experience and/or training in a closely related employment position preferred Fluency in other foreign language is a plus Obtain a Department of Justice background clearance TB clearance - must be renewed every 4 years Receive Department of Justice background clearance if 18 and older High School Graduate Passing of the School Districts Paraprofessional Exam or 48 completed college units Typical Duties Monitor lessons through observation and interaction with site staff. Assist in the alignment with the After School Quality Standards. Develop in coordination with site staff a monthly calendar of academically enriched lessons. Build a working relationship with school day teachers and work to extend the regular school day in the after school program. Promote a safe and positive classroom environment Actively supervise and ensure student safety at all times Incorporate assigned curriculum as part of monthly lesson calendars. Attend all meetings and training's that the position requires. Give guidance and counsel to program/site staff when appropriate and keep all pertaining records. Assist with program events as needed. Provide an opportunity for the ASAP students to participate in enriching academic activities without regard for high performance skill or ability. Ensures age appropriate conversation among members and staff; promote good manners and encourage common courtesies among members and staff. Responsible for designated group for duration of program or until replacement staff arrives - never leave a group unsupervised. Responsible for immediately reporting and documenting any and all injuries or incidents utilizing established GECAC procedures for notification to the Site Manager and parents. Establish a student-centered program that considers the needs and interests of all students. Provide age appropriate activities. Support the exploration of interests and the development of skills, mastery, and creativity. Support youth leadership development. Promote community service, engagement. Maintain highest degree of confidentiality in staff and member matters Create an engaging environment that fosters a sense of belonging for youth. Align ASAP enrichment projects to supplement what the students are learning in the school day. Maintains cleanliness in all program areas; assist with the setup and breakdown during program day to contribute to ongoing maintenance in an effort to keep the school or community site clean and orderly Serve as a positive adult role model for children in the program through appropriate dress, speech, attitude, and courtesy. Be goofy, have fun and be PRESENT! Hours and Benefits Position is on a part-time basis Monday through Friday, while program is in session. Hours vary according to site, usually between 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (hours may vary on minimum or early release days) Position is paid on the 12th and 27th of each month Expectations of End Results By applying the Job Summary, Job Skills Required and Typical Duties, the expected results would be: Programs and services are well organized which enhance the quality of life for participating youth. Students are motivated and show improvement in their social skills, behavior and attendance. Participating students show academic growth. _Credential Required: _ Receive Department of Justice background clearance if 18 and older High School Graduate Have a clean/negative TB Test Passing of No Child Left Behind Proficiency or 48 completed college unitsJob Type: Part-timePay: $16.50 per hourBenefits: Flexible schedule Professional development assistanceSchedule: Day shift Monday to FridayCOVID-19 considerations:We have a COVID Policy put in place that has been approved by our school districts. There will be proper safety measures put in placeEducation: High school or equivalent (Required)Work Location: One location

Keywords: Give Every Child A Chance, Stockton , After School Program Staff, Other , Stockton, California

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