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Assistant Summer Camp Program Director

Posted by
St. Nicks Alliance
|
Brooklyn, NY
New
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Published 6 days ago

Supervision

  • Support Director in the hiring and training process for after school group leaders
  • Support Director in conducting on-going observation, coaching and feedback to part-time group leaders
  • Provide daily support and Supervision to staff during after school and summer camp program hours
  • Provide daily supervision and support to staff with lesson planning and implementation for core program components following the thematic curriculum by circulating throughout program
  • Directly coach and Supervise staff in Director’s absence
  • Supervise interns
  • Attend monthly Literacy trainings ensuring that group leaders attend and fully engage in monthly Literacy/STEM trainings

Partnership/Relationship Development

  • With Director’s support develop strong relationships with parents, school leadership and key stakeholders
  • Assist Director with planning, organizing and facilitating parent orientation sessions in the fall and summer
  • Attend CBO-School partnership meetings
  • Greet students and families at program arrival and dismissal 
  • Communicate student progress with parent as needed during program dismissal
  • Collaborate with Elementary and Middle School Sites on Division wide initiatives

Program Development

  • Have the ability to adhere to a changing environment as needed and continue to provide services in person and virtually through Google Classroom or other virtual learning platforms
  • Recruit participants and build strong, collaborative relationships with program parents, school personnel, and key stakeholders
  • Provide daily, direct supervision of elementary and middle school age after school program, ensuring all safety procedures, daily schedules, Literacy Immersion curriculum implementation, and group management protocols are followed
  • Oversee the implementation of the division wide thematic Literacy Immersion Model curricula for Literacy, STEM, Arts Enrichment and SEL
  • Work closely with the Associate Director of Education to provide on-going support to staff in curricula implementation and facilitation including ensuring written weekly observations of Literacy/STEM instruction using the observation rubric
  • Identify and organize resources and the Literacy Immersion Model curriculum for group leaders in Literacy, STEM, SEL, physical fitness, 
  • Directly support staff by reviewing lesson plan and and curriculum implementation 
  • Contribute to the development of active, enriching theme-based summer camp for elementary students and providing opportunities for growth and hands-on learning through literacy, STEM, SEL and Arts Enrichment
  • Serve as the Site Supervisor on SACC license and Assistant Camp Director on Summer Camp Permits
  • Oversee and support 21st CCLC in school daytime activities
  • Attend the training and facilitation of the thematic Family Literacy unit
  • Fully engage school community in 7-week, theme based family literacy programming
  • Recruit and engage parents during the Family Literacy unit securing registration and food orders
  • Plan and Coordinate Holiday Camp registration, schedule,  and activities including meal requests and trips
  • Contribute to the planning of Division wide initiatives such as the Annual Youth Summit and Summer Olympics

Administrative

  • Maintain 21st CCLC Youthservices attendance database
  • Meet all enrollment goals established by DYCD & 21at CCLC
  • Monitor program spending and participating in budget review meetings 
  • Input report cards into ETO database by the required due dates
  • Submit and track 21st CCLC time and efforts 
  • Plan and coordinate afterschool and summer camp registration process
  • Maintain participant files ensuring that applications are updated with parents contact information and participant medicals
  • Support short and long term division-wide implementation of program planning and outcomes tracking; specifically, seek ways to improve school attendance, school attachment, academic self-efficacy, employment self-efficacy, skills for success (social-emotional skills), literacy, and lifelong learning
  • Attend all Division wide Leadership Meetings
  • Complete at least 15 hours of training annually
  • Submit Division monthly reports by the 5th of each month
  • Submit vacation requests 2 weeks before requested time off and sick time requests within two business days of time off
  • Maintain 21st CCLC yearly binders and DYCD/DOH Binders
  • Complete DOHMH Site Supervisor application to be listed on program SACC license as Site Supervisor
  • Support 21st CCLC Parent Town Hall Meetings and Family Engagement activities
  • Adhere to internal division deadlines
  • Support division led professional development efforts for front line staff 
  • Support Division wide Fundraising initiatives such as Touch-A-Truck, M5K, etc.
  • Any other tasks as identified by your Supervisor as they relate to your responsibilities 


Supervision

  • Support Director in the hiring and training process for after school group leaders
  • Support Director in conducting on-going observation, coaching and feedback to part-time group leaders
  • Provide daily support and…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Full Time Schedule

Location

On-site
2 Kingsland Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211, United States

How to Apply

Please send email and cover letter to youthresumes(at)stnicksalliance.org, with "Summer Program Director" in the subject line.

Please send email and cover letter to youthresumes(at)stnicksalliance.org, with "Summer Program Director" in the subject line.

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