This is a contract position posted by EDUStaff and leased to Saline Area Schools.
REPORTS TO: Before and After School Care Program Specialist
JOB GOAL: To provide quality care and enriching learning experience to the children enrolled in the program.
COMMITMENT: To promote and model integrity and excellence as the cornerstones of Saline Community Education. The practice of integrity requires at all times that we do the right thing. The delivery of excellence demands that we recognize that even the best service can always be improved.
Serve as the staff leader as you:
Coordinate the planning and implementation of a variety of daily activities to help children develop physically, mentally, emotionally and socially.
Assign daily responsibilities for staff.
Ensure staff interacts with children in a way that shows respect and helps build the child’s self-esteem.
Supervise children to ensure a safe, secure and comfortable environment for all participants.
Comply with local, state and federal laws as well as district policy and regulations related to programs.
Operate the copy machine, computers and other equipment as needed.
Light lifting may be required.
Assist in purchasing equipment and materials.
Keep the equipment and facilities clean and organized.
Answer the phone, accept checks, register children and perform other organizational duties needed to maintain successful operation of the program.
Interact with parents as they pickup and drop off children daily. Maintain open, two-way communication with parents regarding their child and the program.
Participate in the program and department problem-solving and/or decision-making process.
Serve as a “goodwill” ambassador to the public for the program, the Community Education Department and the Saline Area Schools.
Remain abreast of current trends, knowledge and attitudes affecting childcare and Before and After School Care programs.
Perform other tasks and duties related to the program as assigned or appropriate.
Good interpersonal skills
Good communication skills
Good organizational skills
Successful experience in supervising youth, including kindness, patience and good discipline skills.
Basic math skills
Personal qualities: Dependable attendance, courtesy and tact, punctuality, flexibility
Minimum of 18 years of age and a high school graduate
Additional training/education desirable but not required
Able to receive clearance on a State Police records check
Nonsmoker at worksite
PAY: $14.19 - $15.06 / Per Hour
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Hours to be set by the employer
EVALUATION: Contract employee’s performance shall be evaluated at least once within the first 90 days of work and at least once annually thereafter.