Minimum Salary $14.50 Maximum Salary $17.00
This position is being recruited for the Sulphur Springs YMCA location at Sulphur Springs K-8 Community School.
Under the direction of the Sulphur Springs Extended Learning Senior Program Director (SPD), and in partnership with the Program Director, the Academic and Behavior Coordinator will be responsible for curriculum development, tutoring program oversight and development, and the success of the PBS (Positive Behavior Support) model within the Community Learning Center for all participants. This position is allocated at 100% of their time in the program and manages all curriculum and behavior support planning with a specific focus on K-3 students and the counselors and tutors who serve those grades. The Academic and Behavior Coordiantor serves as a liaison between the school (teachers and reading/math resource specialist) and the academic portion of the CLC program.
Critical areas of expertise include; managing program quality, interacting with parents and school administrators, grant management implementation of curriculum programming, staff leadership, proven results in growth in programs, successfully overseeing part-time and entry-level staff teams and interviewing, hiring and onboarding staff members.
Essential functions and responsibilities includes, but not limited to:
Assess the needs and interests of individuals and groups and prepare instructional program activities accordingly, given the available materials, equipment or center.
Develop curricula and plan course content and methods of instruction; evaluate and revise curricula as needed.
Prepare and schedule activity times to ensure participation, attendance, and daily agenda.
Prepare and implement remedial activities for students that may require extra help.
Work with SPD and Program Director to ensure delivery of curriculum and all grant related metrics.
Develops and maintains collaborative relationships with school staff, students and parents.
Meet with tutors weekly to develop lesson plans and measure student growth.
Create behavior documents to communicate daily student behaviors and track data.
Provide positive behavior support and interventions to group leaders during program hours
Collect data and complete academic and behavior reports.
Work with SPD and Program Director to respond to member and participant concerns in a timely manner, ensuring a positive program experience for participants, parents and school partners.
Assist the SPD with achieving strategic plan targets.
Works with grant team to submit all required grant data in a timely manner and attend meetings with funders as requested by the SPD.
Assist in developing additional procedures and training materials for staff.
Suggest ideas and actions to improve the program.
Adhere to the Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting requirements, which mandate by law all childcare personnel to report suspicions of child abuse, neglect, or abandonment.
Assist with the Annual Campaign.
Assists with special projects as needed.
Completes all job related and other trainings as required.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
The Tampa Y is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace.
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