A grant funded position responsible for coordinating on-site operations of the after school program.
LOCATIONS: Church Hill Elementary School and Centreville Middle School
Must be at least 21 years of age and have a High School Diploma or GED. Bachelor's degree preferred.
Experience in program coordination or project implementation
Strong organizational and record-keeping skills using Excel database templates
Ability to meet and prioritize deadlines
Proficiency using Microsoft Office and email
Personnel management experience desired
Effective written and verbal communication skills
Understanding of the inter-agency collaboration
Ability to work with a diverse group of people (PFY staff, principals, school staff, parents, instructors, community members, & students).
Possess an understanding of children developmental levels
CPR/First Aid Certification desired
Flexible, creative, resourceful, self-motivated, open-minded and enjoy working with children
Possess a valid driver's license and proof of insurance
Be able to lift supplies equal to 10 lbs.
Must pass a criminal background check and pre-employment drug screening
Supervise instructional staff and monitor activities
Perform student recruitment, enrollment, attendance, engagement, safety, and retention
Perform activity recruitment and staff selection, ensure staff retention
Communicate with PFY staff, schools, parents and students
Provide safe and organized daily operation of after school program at assigned site
Maintain a safe environment dealing with space usage, incidents, behavior challenges and
Generate and maintain established electronic records including student database, attendance, snack record, inventory, bus rosters, etc.
Prepare monthly reports, administer surveys and assessments
Work within a flexible schedule, attend site coordinator meetings outside of program hours
Create and coordinate supply requests and site inventory
Provide event planning
Perform other duties as assigned
Pay and Hours: This is a grant-funded, part-time, contractual hourly position working 15 hours per week with no benefits; $18 - $25 per hour dependent upon qualifications and degree of education; program hours are 2.5 hours directly after school dismissal three days (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) with additional hours for documentation, reporting, and meetings. PFY typically offers two program sessions per year (24 weeks programming with additional 2 weeks/session for preparation/closing during the 2018-19 school year).
LENGTH OF EMPLOYMENT: Through the grant cycle or based on funding availability.
Application Process: Please submit an application online at http://www.applitrack.com/qacps/onlineapp.
DEADLINE: Applications will be received until the positions are filled.
Queen Anne's County Public Schools