Summer Site Manager

Job Type

Full Time Temporary


Minimum: $210.00
Maximum: $210.00
Details: $210 a day for up to 29 days



Start Date:


Application Deadline:



United States


Program Description

The B-SAFE Program (The Bishop's Summer Academic & Enrichment Program) is a six-week, full-day academic and enrichment program serving young people from first grade through high school. The mission of St. Stephen's Youth Programs is to promote equity in education, employment and opportunities by building long-term relationships with young people, families, and communities. 

The goal of B-SAFE is to build a circle of care around each young person and to create a community where all people feel safe, feel big, and feel connected. This summer we will be running eleven programs in six Boston-area neighborhoods. Each site will include academic programs in Humanities, STEM, Creative Arts, and Health & Wellness along with many field trips. A healthy breakfast and lunch will be served each day, along with snack. While based in Episcopal churches and schools, the B-SAFE Program has no required religious component for staff or youth.

For middle school youth, we run a Youth Leadership Corps that includes all of the above activities, along with leadership trainings, community service opportunities, and meeting with local political officials.

For high school youth, we run a CIT (Counselor-in-Training) program that is a paid summer job.

Site Manager Position Description

Site Managers implement the overall programming, safety, schedule, and staff supervision at each site. The Site Manager is the face of the program, serving as the key contact with families, staff, volunteers, and the host site.

Responsibilities Include:

*attending training course at St. Stephen's in the South End of Boston during Spring 2018 (meets on a few Thurs evenings in May and June and then intensively the last week of June)

*building relationships with up to 80 youth and 25 staff

*ensuring the safety of all children and staff

*helping young people make positive decisions

*training and supervising staff of up to 25 adults and teens, including ongoing evaluation and weekly individual and group supervision

*securing and maintaining relationships with local community partners

*organizing and implementing the registration process for the site

*building and maintaining positive relationships with parents and families

*working with the Partner Organizer to support the volunteers from partner churches who provide daily lunches and help organize full-day Friday field trips

*working with the Parent Organizer to recruit and engage parents in social and learning opportunities over the summer

*working with a Teen Staff Manager to support and supervise teen staff members

*pre- and post- program planning and evaluating the program with staff and youth

*engaging in daily contact and weekly supervision with supervisor

*ability to work well on a team of key staff and to build a cooperative team at site

*participating, as possible, in the hiring process of site staff, including lead counselors and specialists

*responding well to supervision and re-direction

*committing to all key program dates listed below, no exceptions


Bachelor's degree preferred but not required, Masters degree helpful

Experience running an urban youth program

Experience supervising and leading a sizable adult staff

Ability to work on a team of colleagues

Excellent communication skills in multiple modes

First Aid certification required 

Speaking a language in addition to English helpful (particularly Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole)

Key Dates

Spring training series: 3 Thursday evenings in May & June and intensively the last week of June

Staff training: Mon July 1-Fri July 6 (not on July 4)

Dates for the program in the city: July 9-August 9

Overnight camp (for middle school sites): Sunday July 5- Thursday August 9

Final evaluation day: Friday August 10

Hours: as much as needed to get the job done

Must be 25+ year old.

Rate of pay: $210 daily rate (up to $6,930 total) 

Jobs are open and accepting applications until filled. A Criminal Offenders Records Information (CORI) request and Sex Offenders Records Information (SORI) request will need to be completed for this position.

Send cover letter and resume to with "B-SAFE SITE MANAGER" in subject line

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Level of Language Proficiency

Speaking a language in addition to English helpful (particularly Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole)

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply

Send cover letter and resume to with "SITE MANAGER" in subject line