21st Century Site Coordinator – Concrete Elementary School

Concrete, WA
Full-time
Salary: $18.50 to $21.15 /hour


POSITION: 21st Century Site Coordinator – Concrete Elementary School

SUPERVISOR: Program Director

STATUS: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

WAGE: $18.50 – $21.15/hour DOQ/DOE, Full Benefit Package

General Description:

Under the supervision of the VP of Operations, the 21st Century Site Coordinator – Concrete Elementary School, is responsible for the management and supervision of the day-to-day operation of the 21st Century Program at an individual project site, assuring high-quality program services and support are delivered to participants and their families. The 21st Century Site Coordinator is also responsible for planning and coordinating all activities at their respective 21st Century School-based site during the School Year and Summer.

Qualifications:

  • Associate’s Degree or Greater; or, equivalent education/experience combination
  • One or more years supervising staff in a dynamic working environment, with experience in coaching, evaluation, and feedback
  • One or more years preparing, maintaining and providing reporting on fiscal management needs
  • Possess the ability to remain poised, positive, and energetic in a busy work environment
  • Required to drive a Club vehicle periodically. Must be at least 23 years old, and possess a valid Washington Driver’s License
  • Ability to communicate effectively using written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to use current technology to maintain records and obtain data and information
  • Preference of candidates with familiarity and training in YPQA/I
  • Preference of Bilingual/literate candidates

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provide leadership to 21st Century Program staff to ensure implementation and fidelity of program
  • Ensures that staff and programmatic activities comply with all rules, regulations, policies and procedures established at local, state and federal levels for implementation of 21st Century Learning Centers
  • Leads and facilitates ongoing planning efforts of staff and community partners to achieve academic and social outcomes
  • Ensures project staff establishes and maintains procedures to adequately document program activities
  • Ensures student and programmatic evaluation activities are consistently implemented
  • Actively engage youth during the school day to build strong relationships
  • Ensure a safe environment for all participants, staff, partners, and families
  • Actively engage community agencies in providing support services to families, specifically literacy efforts and interventions
  • Cultivate a culture that embraces a continuous program quality improvement cycle

Human Resource Cultivation Plan:

  • Successful applicants will be interviewed, as needed
  • Veterans and Military spouses are encouraged to apply
  • Position closes when filled

Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit Counties is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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