The Community YMCA

Site Supervisor- Before and After Schools-Monmouth Cty

US-NJ-Shrewsbury
9 months ago
ID
2017-1050
# of Openings
15
Category
Entry Level

Overview

The Site Supervisor is responsible for developing and implementing programming for his/her before and after school site. She/he is responsible for the site environment, communicating with parents and students, supervising and directing staff and students. The Site Supervisor must also demonstrate a commitment to our YMCA philosophy and core values – caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.

 

Responsibilities

  • Plan, implement, and supervise the school-age curriculum with age- and developmentally- appropriate activities.
  • Supervise and direct the staff and assist in their training as well as monitor their implementation of the curriculum.
  • Develop the weekly schedule, take attendance daily and keep track of student absences.
  • Observe and assess the individual needs of the children. 
  • Be responsible for replenishing/refurbishing equipment, crafts and first aid supplies at your site. Report to the School Age Director when supplies need reordering.
  • Assure that all activities are in accordance with the policies and philosophy of the YMCA, as well as teaching the YMCA core values.
  • Assist in promotions of programs, vacation camps, and special events.
  • Attend mandatory events such as Back to School Night, and Healthy Kids Day.
  • Serve as a liaison to the school personnel, specifically the principal and his/her designee.
  • Handle student-related problems, including behavior problems.
  • Attend monthly Y-KIDS staff meetings, training programs, PTA meetings, Kindergarten orientations, etc. throughout the year.
  • Know and ensure that state regulations are maintained at your site.
  • Be responsible for allowed budget at your site.
  • Create a monthly calendar of events, which should be posted with all necessary licensing materials. Monthly newsletters must be handed in to the School Age Director for approval and distribution each month.
  • Report any suspected child abuse to the School Age Director. Document as necessary.
  • Participate actively in the Annual Scholarship Campaign. 
  • Act in accordance with the YMCA philosophy, Y-KIDS goals, objectives, and the policies and procedures while at work.
  • Assume and perform all other duties/functions as directed by the School Age Director.

 

YMCA Compentencies:

  • Values - Accepts and demonstrates the Y’s values. 
  • Philanthropy – Supports fundraising.
  • Inclusion – Works effectively with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions. 
  • Relationships – Builds rapport and relates well to others.
  • Influence – Seeks first to understand the other person’s point of view and remains calm in challenging situations. 
  • Communication – Listens for understanding and meaning; speaks and writes effectively.
  • Decision Making – Makes sound judgements, and transfers learning from one situation to another.
  • Innovation – Embraces new approaches and discovers ideas to create a better member experience.
  • Project Management – Establishes goals, clarifies tasks, plans work, and actively participates in meetings.
  • Quality Results – Strives to meet or exceed goals and deliver a high-value experience for members.
  • Change Capacity – Demonstrates an openness to change, and seeks opportunities in the change process.
  • Emotional Maturity – Accurately assesses personal feelings, strengths, and limitations and how they impact relationships.

Qualifications

The incumbent must have a BA or BS in Education or a related field and/or at least 3 years experience in supervision and working with school-aged children. The incumbent must be mature, responsible and have experience in scheduling daily age-appropriate activities and special events. The Site Supervisor must also have CPR/First Aid/Epi-pen certification or acquire within 3 months after date of hire.

 

Physical Demands:

 

  • Ability to hear the conversational voice with or without a hearing aid.
  • Ability to see with or without corrective lenses.
  • Ability to speak and be understood under normal circumstances.
  • Ability to lift and carry children in an emergency, as well as lift and move classroom furniture.
  • Ability to use arms, legs, and feet to accomplish the job. 
  • Ability to evacuate the building during emergencies.

 

 

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