After-School Campus Support (East Harlem & South Bronx)

Job Type

Full Time

Published

09/11/2018

Address

1991 2nd Avenue
New York
New York
10029
United States

Description

DREAM (formerly Harlem RBI), an award winning sports-based youth development program, is seeking dynamic individuals to serve as After-School Program Campus Support in our elementary (REAL Kids) program. The ideal candidate will be able to join DREAM for the full commitment of the program year, which runs from mid-September through mid-August.

 

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Support youth and staff with crisis intervention and behavior management support;

Model and encourage positive culture in all daily activities;

Mediate conflicts and other situations as they arise;

Support the development of group leaders' professional development skills by designing training and providing coaching regarding behavior management & facilitation;

Create and monitor individualized intervention plans for youth, providing guidance and support to colleagues in implementation;

Assist in communication about youth behavior to parents and guardians, including information regarding behavior responses and consequences;

  Serve as a substitute youth worker as necessary;

Collaborate with site manager on resolving conflicts/crisis;

Innovate and implement new programmatic ideas;

Support part-time staff in the practice of DREAM teaching methods, including experiential and project-based learning methodologies;

Model professionalism through consistent attendance, timeliness and preparation;

Participate in weekly professional development and tactical trainings in addition to formal feedback and coaching.

 

ADDITIONAL EXPECTATIONS IN ELEMENTARY PROGRAMMING

Collaborate with full-time Social Worker.

  

QUALIFICATIONS

High school diploma or equivalent required, college enrollment or degree, preferred;

Experience working with youth in a classroom or youth development setting;

A record of success in facilitating and managing groups of youth;

Experience with behavior management systems, including positive youth development;

Strong oral and written communication skills and presentation skills;

Ability to work collaboratively with co-workers and supervisors;

Exhibits high energy, warmth, enthusiasm and patience in working with youth;

Belief in the outcomes of the DREAM List, including the importance of social emotional competency and advocacy for self and others.

 

 

ELEMENTARY PROGRAM HOURS

After-school: 2:30-6 pm Monday- Thursday & 11:30-6pm on Friday. 


COMMITMENT 

September 2018-August 2019


COMPENSATION

$16-18 commensurate with experience

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement


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