Assist the Site Coordinator with the general operation of day to day after-school programming at a designated LEARN partner school;
Serve as liaison and foster positive relationships with school administration, teachers, staff, parents and students;
Assist with the planning and coordination of programming at the school site with input from school administration, students, teachers, parents, and other key stakeholders.
Interact with partner community-based organizations that facilitate after school activities at the site in collaboration with the program;
Assist Site Coordinator with the check-in/out process of program-related technology that will be used by students, front-line staff, and/or community partners;
Assist Site Coordinator with managing supplies and age appropriate curriculum development and review;
Assist with reviewing lesson plans for enrichment activities led by front-line staff;
Assist with the training and supervision of on-site after school program staff, both college and high school student staff;
Assist Site Coordinator with completing necessary administrative tasks, such as student rosters, recruiting new student enrollment, processing timesheets, and evaluating staff members;
Assist Site Coordinator in creating marketing materials, monthly calendars, newsletters, Parent Square postings, and information to be shared with students, school staff and office staff;
Assist in communicating with parents daily regarding student progress;
Assist in managing staff schedules/hours and site budgets;
Monitor and track student attendance in the after school programming, both electronically and original hard copy;
Meet with teachers, principals, and other instructional day staff on a regular basis or as assigned;
Assist the Site Coordinator with timely distribution and collection of evaluation instruments;
Other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience:
Currently enrolled upper division college student or college graduate AND at least one year of experience working with youth and parents in an educational setting.
Language and Computer Skills:
Bilingual in Spanish and English, preferred. Mandarin, Cantonese and Vietnamese language skills also desired. Must have strong writing skills and competence with Google Suite and Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Must have an interest in working with at-risk youth to help them achieve their highest potential. Must be able to follow instructions and have excellent organizational skills, solutions-oriented, attention to details, and sound judgment. Must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and have the confidence and ability to communicate constructive feedback to LEARN employees. Must be a team player. Ability to communicate effectively with teachers, students, and parents. Must be punctual, dependable, and responsive to supervision.
Must be able to lift and carry small loads (up to 25 lbs.) and stand for prolonged hours.
CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT AND BENEFITS:
This position requires the candidate to be available for work Monday through Friday, 10:00 AM – 6:30 PM.