21st Century Grant Site Manager (Districtwide)
Job | Posted 3 months ago
Location: 21st Century Community Learning Center (Riverbend Elementary School)
Part Time Position: .8667 FTE
Part Time Position: .8667 FTE
Position Summary: Under the supervision the the CCLC Grant Supervisor this position manages the grant-funded L.E.A.P. after school program, and summer school program at a designated elementary school site. The 21st CCLC Site Manager works with teachers, staff, families, community experts, and students to guide the success of the JSD 21st Century Community Learning Center. The center will provide recreational, academic, and career oriented activities to program students outside of regular school hours, generally occurring between 2:30 and 5:30 pm several days a week. The Site Manager serves as the primary point of contact for the day to day operations of the program, recruits students, works with families, and coordinates a variety of instructional and recreational activities.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required to satisfactorily perform the essential duties and responsibilities. Any combination of education and experience that demonstrates possession of the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities. A typical way to obtain these would be:
- High School Diploma
- Must be at least 21 years of age.
- Valid Alaska drivers license required.
- CPR, first aid and certification in a district approved behavioral management technique may be required.
- Knowledge of 21st Century Learning Centers policy and procedure.
- 12 semester college credits in early childhood development or CDA (Child Development Associate) or courses approved by the state childcare-licensing agency.
- Bachelor’s degree.
- Experience working in a elementary school setting
- Regulatory and subsidy requirements as they affect CCLC.
- Personal computers and related software.
- School district policy.
- Early childhood development.
- Principles of supervision.
- Prior paid experience in working with children preferred.
- Work and thrive in a team environment and work well with others.
- Provide leadership in onsite afterschool programs.
- Review job applications and schedule staff.
- Establish and work to a budget.
- Plan snack menus.
- Procure program supplies and materials.
- Develop, implement, and enforce discipline strategies.
- Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
- Operate a personal computer and related software.
- Maintain effective working relationships with other people.
Compensation: This is a part-time 9-month position, working 32.5 hours per week, with a starting salary of $27.03 per hour. The L.E.A.P program also consists of an optional 5 week summer school program in June-July. We offer an excellent benefit package including medical, dental, vision, the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) plan, and paid time off.
Selected hire will be fingerprinted at applicant's expense and fingerprints forwarded to the Alaska State Troopers and the FBI for a records check.