After-School Site Coordinator - Nanakuli

Nov 11 2020
After-School All-Stars Hawaii |Waianae|Full Time, $35,000 - $40,000 / year
Job Description

After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is one of the leading national after-school program providers. Our comprehensive school-based programs combine activities and learning to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life.


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The full-time Site Coordinator, under the direction of the Program Director, is responsible for the daily operation of the program, including, but not limited to, personnel and general program operation:

  • Coordinate and monitor program activities to ensure quality programming
  • Maintain an inviting, safe and orderly environment
  • Maintain a clear and consistent line of communication with program staff, school administration and parents andmaintain professional and positive relations with all
  • Provide day-to-day oversight of programs and after-school staff
  • Develop schedules that incorporate student interests, required curricula and timeframes and ensure their accurateimplementation
  • Input, on a timely basis, required data into web-based database, to include, but not limited to, registrationdetails, student information, student enrollment, class details, daily attendance, grades/assessment scores
  • Acquire and coordinate program equipment, materials, facilities, nutrition and transportation needs on site
  • Monitor student behavior during program hours and utilize appropriate discipline measures as necessary
  • Keep parents informed of discipline and attendance issues
  • Organize student recruitment activities
  • Maintain and forward fiscal data, including receipts, time sheets, material requests, evaluations and attendance dataaccording to established procedures and timelines
  • Complete all required reports and submit them by the due date
  • Attend professional development activities and meetings provided by ASAS
  • Respond to inquiries from parents and students regarding program offerings, attendance and registration procedures
  • Assist Program Leader staff to create educationally appropriate lesson plans for classes
  • Review performance of Program Leaders and provide suggestions, demonstrations and assistance for improvement,as needed
  • Manage and track volunteer applications, timetables and hours volunteered
  • Organize service learning opportunities for students and track service learning hours
  • Work with established community partnerships to provide further opportunities for students, including but notlimited to SOHI (this will include the completion of partnership organization paperwork)
  • Organize appropriate field trips for students
  • Facilitate the dissemination of required surveys to include, UPLINK, 21st CCLC and ASAS surveys to gaugestudent interests and qualitative assessment of programs.
  • Coordinate and manage virtual online programming when required

Experience and Education

The successful candidate will:

  • Have one year or more of non-profit or related youth development program experience
  • Have a familiarity with, and passion for, working with low income youth
  • Have a familiarity with quality criteria for after-school program, youth development principles, middle school agedyouth and with Hawaii’s diverse populations
  • Have an undergraduate degree; a BA in education, social or human services, business, child development or arelated field is preferred (experience in the field of education my be considered in lieu of a BA).
  • Have one or more years’ experience working in a leadership or supervisory capacity in an after-school, day campor community youth outreach setting

The candidate

  • Must clear DOJ and FBI Livescan and TB Clearance

Starting Base Salary: $35,000-$40,000 depending on experience/qualifications. ASAS offers competitive benefits, included, but not limited to, health, dental and vision.