School Age Program Manager

Right At School Milwaukee , WI 53201

Posted 5 days ago

Love kids? Interested in a part time position working for a mission driven company?

Just named to Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Companies for the third year, Right At School is passionate about providing a wide range of affordable enrichment and child-care programs before, during and after school to as many students, parents and schools as possible.

If you're committed to inspiring a love of learning through Innovation-Driven, Locally-Inspired, and Efficiency-Obsessed education, join our team!

Youll drive the mission by:

  • Organize program materials for lessons and activities, as well as document attendance, incidents and other observation
  • Deliver dynamic Right At School curriculum to engage children in academic and social character building that expands school day learning in a meaningful way
  • Model positive guidance and effective classroom management to maintain the safety, well-being and attention of all children while supporting homework completion, leading fun fitness activities, and guiding children at play
  • Excellent communication skills with varied audience including children, parents, staff and school personnel
  • Model positive guidance and effective classroom management to maintain the safety and well-being and attention of all children
  • Meets regularly with the Program Manager regarding professional progress and team accountability


Ideal Candidates will have the following:

  • High School Diploma (or equivalent) and have at least 80 full days or 120 half days of experience as a teacher or assistant teacher in a licensed child care center or other approved setting, and 1 of the following:
    • 2 non-credit department approved courses in early childhood education*, or
    • 2 courses for credit in early childhood education*, or
    • 48 credits from an institution of higher education with at least 3 credits in early childhood education*, or
    • Certificate from The Registry indicating the person is on Registry Level 12 or above, or
    • One-year child care diploma from an institution of higher education, or
    • Associate degree in early childhood education or child care, or
    • Child development associate (CDA) credential*, or
    • Bachelor degree in early childhood education or child development or a license from the Wisconsin department of public instruction to act as a kindergarten, pre-kindergarten, or early childhood teacher


  • Department-approved experience, credits or approved courses in elementary education, physical education, child guidance, recreation or other department- approved training


Benefits of being a Child Care Teacher with Right at School:

  • Opportunity to make a difference in your community and positively impact families
  • Ongoing professional development with pay raise incentives
  • Provide meaningful fun and employ disguised learning
  • Flexible working hours aligned to school schedules
  • Competitive compensation and benefits, including: free before and after school childcare, commuter benefits, supplemental insurance (short-term disability, life insurance, etc.) and medical based on eligibility
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