Somerville YMCA Afterschool SACC/OST Site Coordinators in Somerville YMCA, Massachusetts

The Somerville YMCA seeks enthusiastic and dedicated YMCA and education-focused professionals to oversee and effectively lead one of two afterschool program sites and collectively one large combined summer program in Somerville, MA. The Y@PHA is an exciting new collaboration in a vibrant up and coming city. The sites are located at two of the Prospect Hill Academy schools in Somerville, the Early Childhood Campus and Upper Elementary Academies (Webster and Franklin streets). Positions begins August 1, 2017-2 positions available (Webster and Franklin Street PHA sites) Part Time Non-Exempt-32 hours per week Supervised by: Multi-Site Program Director Hours are 11:45am-5:45PM School year (Early release Wednesdays begin at 10:45am) and a full day shift during school vacation weeks and summer. Job Description The Site Coordinator will work with the Multi-Site Program Administrator and the Afterschool/OST SACC Staff to ensure the daily operation of one site. The Y@PHA will have a team of Staff at each site that will provide care to 60-100+ children from their respective PHA schools. Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Guidance, Human Services, Nursing, Psychology, Physical Education, Recreation, Child Psychology, the Arts, Social Work, Sociology, or Child Care or equivalent. If equivalent education, must have one year of experience working with school age children. Minimum age of 21. Six months of administrative experience or evidence of satisfactory completion of 9 credits in management or administration subject areas from an accredited institution of higher education. Two years related experience preferred as a coordinator or supervisor of child care programs. Two years demonstrated experience in budget management, staff supervision, and training and program development. Experience with PHA schools or other school sited programs preferred Knowledge of Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) Regulations, subsidy care, and Best Practices and quality standards in OST preferred http://www.mass.gov/edu/docs/eec/licensing/regulations/reg-group-school-age-only.pdf Excellent communication skills (school administration, parents, staff & children). Experience working with diverse /children/youth and families between the ages of 5-13 years of age Ability to multi task and extreme organizational skills a must Pass background record check (CORI/SORI/DCF), fingerprinting and three reference checks. Typical requirements within 30 days of hire include: completion of: Child Abuse Prevention for Supervisory Staff; Working with Program Volunteers; CPR; First Aid; AED; Bloodborne Pathogens. Essential Functions Manages, directs and coordinates a licensed school age program for assigned location. Ensures high quality programs and establishes new program activities. Expands program within the community in accordance with strategic and operating plans. Recruits, hires, trains, develops, schedules, and supervises staff and volunteers. Reviews and evaluates performance. Develops strategies to motivate staff and achieve goals. Ensures staff certifications are current. Facilitates communication and provides leadership with School Age Child Care staff. Serve as liaison with school administration and teaching staff regarding issues of individual and group/grades for supplementary educational support, developmental support and behavior support to ensure all children and youth needs are met. Helps to develop, manage and control budget. Ensures program operates within budget and that program fees are collected. Is knowledgeable of, and assures compliance with, state and local regulations, including HEPA and ADA standards, as they relate to program areas. Ensures that YMCA program standards are met and safety procedures are followed. Responsible for marketing and distribution of program information. P