POSITION: Site Coordinator for 21st CCLC Grant REPORTS TO: Director of Youth Programs Summary of Position: This position requires knowledge of the principles and concepts for working with youth and their families within the community, the school, and at home. Due to the unique needs of the program, person must be able to meet demands with creativity, originality, and enthusiasm, using reasoning, decision- making, and problem solving skills. This position also requires an individual to possess initiative, flexibility and planning skills, and to perform their duties with limited supervision from the Director. The Site Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the 21st CCLC program at the school designated site and works closely with the Project Manager to ensure program goals and grant objectives are met. The position averages 20-25 hours per week and is a year-round position. Travel is reimbursed for travel outside the office area. Eligible for paid holiday and personal leave time after a 90 day probationary period. Salary ranges from $12 to $14/hr. Minimum Qualifications: Individual with a Bachelors degree is desired, however, a minimum of 2 years experience in a supervisory role in education or similar field is also acceptable. The individual must possess administrative experience, strong interpersonal and communication skills, high energy and strong computer/data base skills. Experience with Microsoft Office XP Professional programs is required. Experience with daycare regulations and standards is preferred. The individual will be required to travel, therefore reliable transportation is needed. Daily travel is within the WCTCOG region, however, the grant does require some over night travel throughout the year. A complete background check will be required prior to the first day of work. Position Characteristics: • Possess computer skills necessary to implement the program and maintain records • Posses the maturity and flexibility to work in a fast paced, fast changing environment and be multi-task oriented • Possess excellent written and oral communication skills and strong interpersonal skills, including experience with decision making in a highly collaborative environment • Possess the ability to perform in high stress situations and exhibit professionalism and leadership qualities when representing the program • Be well groomed and present a professional appearance • Exhibit excellent work attitude, strong work ethic and self-motivation • Possess the ability to plan, organize, coordinate and implement activities for students • Have knowledge of federal and state laws relating to child care centers Position Qualifications: The Site Coordinator must possess: > Strong administrative skills to support staff with varying personalities and numerous job responsibilities > The maturity and flexibility to work in a fast paced, fast changing environment and able to multi-task > Excellent written and oral communication skills and strong interpersonal skills, including experience with positive decision making skills > Extensive computer experience in Microsoft Office XP Professional to implement the program and maintain records related to program services > Skills in the development of parent and community activities with the assistance > The ability to perform in high stress situations and exhibit professionalism and leadership qualities > A professional and well-groomed appearance > Exhibit excellent work attitude, strong work ethic and self-motivation > The ability to plan, organize and implement activities > The ability to make presentations, utilizing technology, to community agencies, school boards, and local businesses > Willingness to accept responsibility when called on Description of Primary Duties: Coordinates development and implementation of the after-school program on a daily basis. Implements applicable district, agency, and grant policies and regulations. Maintains records needed for program administration. Develop rapport with students and facilitate parental involvement for the purpose of decreasing the number of students who drop out of school and increasing the number of students whose academics, behavior and attendance improve and ultimately graduate from high school. Required to market, enroll, assess needs, develop a detailed plan, track progress, document services and assess the progress of students per TEA (Texas Education Agency) requirements Responsible for daily attendance records, monthly reports, and TEA required reports Responsible for developing unique and effective activities, and projects that meet grant objectives while engaging students to a higher level of thinking Responsible for completing lesson plans detailing ALL activities planned on the campus that will be offered to the students Attend staff meetings and required trainings Obtaining, maintaining, reporting data on students and family members receiving services to the program and agencies who are providing services, keeping records of contributions and volunteer hours > Site Plans: Develop official Site Plans per grant requirements that encompass the needs of the students and their families. The goal is to assure that all grant components are addressed adequately and realistically in each plan, and that the plans are completed on schedule. The Site Coordinator is responsible for completing Campus Plan summary reports as required by the state office. > Marketing: The Site Coordinator is responsible for establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with the campus staff, community agencies and organizations. To ensure the availability of marketing materials at school campuses, partner agencies and businesses. To facilitate, develop and/or conduct workshops as deemed necessary. > Reporting: The Site Coordinator is responsible for achieving the grant projects stated goals and objectives. This person will maintain complete and accurate documentation of services, staff, recommendations and reports. In addition, this individual is responsible for maintaining required forms and documentation. > Supervision: To ensure that all site staff, interns, and volunteers are introduced to campus staff and are aware of campus policies. To train, motivate and monitor staff in establishing and maintaining a strong, child-centered learning environment. HOW TO APPLY: Contact Temporaries Plus at 325-676-7179 and refer to the position for the WCTCOG After School Program. The West Central Texas Council of Governments is an equal opportunity employer providing equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, or national origin.
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