3025 4th Street Northeast
District of Columbia
Under the direction of the Extended Day Coordinator, the Extended Day Coordinating Assistant will manage the on-the-ground planning, implementation, and management of the extended day Primary program. There is a possibility that this position will continue into the summer months.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION AND MANAGEMENT-
- Research, plan, and organize exceptional, enriching extended day programming for Primary students (Club activities; Hands-on stations; Theme-based activities; Story-telling; etc).
- Guide, support, onboard, and supervise a team of 4-6 assistants who support program implementation.
- Lead full-group instruction and major lesson implementation for Primary students.
- Serve as key group and behavior management leader for Primary students.
- Organize the schedule to ensure smooth and effective transitions between program activities.
- Serve as key point of contact for Community Partners who implement “Club” activities throughout the week, and ensure effective transitions between Clubs.
- Serve as key point of contact for parents.
- Assist with school day activities as needed and the transition into the Extended Day Program.
- Daily room set-up and break-down, including but not limited to moving materials, supplies, and equipment necessary and setting up classrooms.
- Student snack distribution and record keeping.
- Provide administrative support, including but not limited to recording and monitoring attendance and following up on after-school enrollment.
- Maintain and update paper and electronic enrollment and attendance files.
- Provide coverage for instructors when they are absent.
- Communicate any urgent concerns immediately to school administration.
- Perform additional administrative and support duties as needed.
- Have a firm commitment to upholding the school’s mission.
- Possess a high school diploma, Associate’s/Bachelor’s preferred (or in process).
- At least 2 years working with children, preferably in an early childhood setting.
- Experience working with students and staff from economically diverse backgrounds.
- Exceptional attention to detail and follow-through.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Professionalism at all times.
- Experience in communicating effectively with key stakeholders including parents, teachers, staff, and community partners.
- Demonstrated success in working effectively with teams.
- Superior group management skills.
- Dynamic, creative, and passionate energy.
- Strong commitment to social justice and education equity.
Monday, 12:30 – 6:00 pm; Tuesday – Friday, 1:00 – 6:00 pm (REQUIRED) //
Monday – Friday, 6:30 – 9:00 am (FLEXIBLE, AS NEEDED)
Compensation and Benefits
$16– 20 per hour, based on experience.
$16-$20 per hour base on experience.
Level of Language Proficiency
Minimum Education Required