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After-School Explorers Staff

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Shady Side Academy Pittsburgh , PA 15201

Posted 3 months ago

Shady Side Academy

Programs Department



Part-Time; Seasonal



Reports to: Director of Explorers Programs

Supervises: N/A

Position Description

The After-School Explorers [ASE] program provides extended-day care and enrichment classes for PK-5th grade students at Shady Side Academys Junior School campus in Point Breeze. Staff members interact and play with students while ensuring that they are safe, well-supervised, and get to scheduled activities on time.

Primary Responsibilities

  • To take attendance for a designated group of students upon arrival

  • To inform the Director of After School Explorers, via walkie-talkie or in person, if a student is not present

  • To organize a group game or supervise unstructured play time before or after snack time

  • To ensure that students put all materials away once they have finished using them

  • To know and follow rules of school and remind students to do the same when in attendance at After School

  • To be familiar with each students schedule and send student to scheduled activities on time

  • To be energetic and interact with students

  • To work cooperatively with colleagues

  • To supervise snack time in the cafeteria and make sure students clean up

  • To inform other staff members of group location for most efficient use of space

  • To respond to requests for students in assigned group to be sent to dismissal area

  • To think of creative games and activities that will engage students

  • To communicate with fellow staff members and Director regarding student behavior

  • To provide feedback and offer suggestions for ways to make the program better

  • To show up consistently and on time for duties

  • To participate in staff meetings and trainings when required


Hourly wage of $10-$13, depending upon experience

Application Information

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, a resume, and the names and contact information of three references via the employment page at

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