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Description: This is an exempt status, full-time, benefited, year-round position. Annual salary is commensurate with experience, years of service and educational background. Footsteps Child Care, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
- Must have prior experience as an Assistant Director or Site Director; minimum of 3+ years.
- Must meet state licensing qualifications for Director, including 3 units of supervision coursework.
- If working at a State Preschool Site, must also have a current Site Supervisor Permit.
- Must have a minimum of four years’ experience teaching School Age children or infant/toddler/preschool children in a child care setting.
- Preferred success with desired results utilizing assessment tools such as CLASS, ECERS/ITERS, DRDP, etc.
- Tech-savvy; Proficient with all Microsoft Office applications. In addition, proven ability to create professional written means of communication via email, flyers, presentations, etc.
- Demonstrated skills in effective verbal communication (1:1, teambuilding, presentations, etc.).
- BA/BS or above, in a subject relating to working with children, preferred.
- Possess a valid California Teaching Credential, Site Supervisor Permit, Child Care Certificate, or other related credentialing (preferred), including School Age, Preschool or Infant-Toddler Permit requirements as required.
- Proven ability to work effectively and professionally in a supervisory capacity with staff, substitutes, volunteers, parents, and children.
- Current Pediatric First Aid/CPR Certification and completed Health and Safety Training or willingness to obtain.
- Oversee day to day operation of the Program Site including maintaining a harmonious and efficient work environment.
- Facilitate administrative responsibilities for Program Site, including maintaining compliance with Community Care Licensing and Council on Accreditation, monitoring office and classroom coverage, and reviewing children’s progress.
- Fiscal responsibilities for Program Site.
- Supervision, management, and evaluation of Program Site employees.
- Enforcement of rules and regulations, performance management, etc.
- Curriculum – supervision, implementation and evaluation.
- Excellent leadership skills to inspire staff to work diligently and professionally with each other, the children and the families.
- Families - Outreach, site tours, orientation, and communication.
- Sets and maintains appropriate standards for children's discipline and behavior standards using non-punitive methods.
- Assist staff in resolving conflicts between children and communicating with families.
- Develops, maintains, and provides periodic testing of emergency response plan.
- Develops a working and effective Site Council and attends Board Meetings on alternate months.
- Provides support and back-up for classrooms as needed (break etc.), including performing as teacher when necessary.
- Develops and maintains effective working relationship with host school or site.
- Represents the program and the organization in the community.
- Continues to develop professional self and recommends/assigns classes to staff.
- Participate in Fundraising and Development for organization.
- Able to lift 40 lbs.
- Other responsibilities as required or assigned.
- After Thirty (30) Days of employment, employee will receive holiday pay for company-designated holidays.
- After Ninety (90) days of successful employment, employee becomes eligibe...
1) For fully paid health, dental, life and vision coverage
2) To accrue Vacation and Sick Pay
3) To participate in our 403(b) Retirement Plan with a 2% match after one year of successful employment
4) To join Aflac’s Supplemental Insurance Plan
Description: We are hiring a STEAM Specialist to provide hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math projects to our school-age children and middle school youth during the school year and our summer STEAM Camp. Work with preschool age children may also be included.
Description: We are looking for an energetic and compassionate educator to take the lead in developing and delivering our after-school and summer programs. This is an exceptional opportunity to help build a program from the ground-up, working with a passionate and enterprising team to effect real and immediate change in the lives of foster youth.
The Director of After School and Summer Programs (“Director”) is responsible for two distinct programs:
· After School Enrichment Program (“Co-Op”) starting 3rd week of August 2017
· Summer Programs (“Xavier”) July 19, 2017-August 15, 2017
The Director creates and implements inclusive and engaging after school and summer programs for students in seventh and eighth grade, by working with staff, caregivers and outside partners / vendors to ensure that all programming reflects The Academy Project’s mission.
· Conceptualizing, developing and implementing after-school and summer program curriculum to reflect organizational goals
· Designing and executing a system for recruiting, training and organizing volunteers and staff
· Managing use of space for all summer and after school activities, working closely with location staff to achieve goals
· Setting and supervising routines, schedules, and procedures for staff and students
· Managing the student registration process for both programs
· Assigning activities and other responsibilities among staff, monitoring and evaluating their performance
· Supervising the ordering of food, supplies, and equipment, and arranging for proper distribution.
· Maintaining and reviewing records and evaluations of all programs, operations, staff, and facilities
· Managing the daily fiscal and administrative duties associated with after school and summer programming
· Defining and monitoring student safety and crisis management plan, including emergency procedures.
· Organizing and/ or approving trips off-site field trips
· Working closely with Director of Marketing to create such things as website content, registration pages, and advertising for after school and summer programs
· Maintaining communications as needed with all stakeholders, including The Board, caregivers, staff members and outside partners / vendors.
· Special passion for making an impact in the lives of children that otherwise may not have the chance to learn and develop to their full potential
· Bachelor's Degree (required)
· California Education Specialist, Level I or II credential in SpEd – Mild/Moderate, at the intern, preliminary or clear level (desirable)
· Experience working with foster youth and/or familiarity with Dependency System (desired)
· Knowledgeable and experienced in best practices related to after school program management and/or summer programs (desirable)
· Proven experience in curriculum development tailored to student’s individual needs (required)
· Experience in conflict resolution and/or social emotional learning (required)
· Experience supervising groups of children in both indoor and outdoor settings (required)
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills (required)
· Passion and accountability towards ambitious goals
· Current CPR and first aid certifications (desirable)
· Excellent planning and organization skills (required)
· Proven collaborator with a history of working closely with a variety of colleagues (required)
· Must be compassionate and sensitive to each student’s circumstances and required confidentiality procedures(required)
· Understands the importance of having a growth mindset and modeling behavior to encourage students as such (required)
· Strong leadership skills, ideally with experience in supervising volunteers and/or other educators (required)
· Must be creative and flexible and always strive to adopt an innovative approach (required)
The Academy Project does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of age, actual or perceived race, actual or perceived gender, ethnicity, national origin, religion, disability, or sexual orientation.
Description: Overview of Internship
We have internship positions with all three of Park Stewardship’s regional teams- San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin. Through a one-year position on one of these teams, you will be a field ecologist, environmental educator, and community builder. As an intern, you will be introduced to many aspects of habitat restoration - managing invasive plants, planting natives, monitoring, and maintaining climate resilient ecosystems. Throughout the year, you will also participate in various elements of land stewardship, gaining valuable experience in developing and running volunteer programs for youth, adults, school groups, corporate groups, and community organizations. Interns also have the opportunity to build a strong professional network, as well as benefit from considerable formal and on-the-job training.
Most importantly, you will be an integral part of the diverse and fun Park Stewardship team, and will obtain an in-depth understanding of the values of the park system through shared experiences, workshops, and ongoing dialogue.
Description of Duties
Lead all aspects of managing a volunteer program and coordinating outreach. This includes:
• Plan and coordinate volunteer workdays
• Engage and inspire community involvement; communicate with visitors about park issues
• Develop and lead educational and interpretative walks and talks
• Create, edit, and produce educational and outreach materials
• Maintain the volunteer database and report on volunteer participation
Perform ecological restoration activities:
• Participate and lead field restoration activities such as removing invasive plants, planting native plants, and monitoring restoration progress
• Prepare reports of restoration work performed
Desired Knowledge and Skills
• Love of the outdoors and curiosity about ecological restoration
• Desire to work with a diverse group of people with different backgrounds, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, ages, and viewpoints
• Enjoy writing newsletter articles, using social media, taking photos and videos
• Ability to work well within a team, as well as independently, with minimal supervision
• Excited to take initiative
• Strong organizational skills
• Basic computer proficiency
Physical requirements and Work Conditions
• Desire and ability to work outdoors (in inclement weather, on steep slopes, and in proximity to poison oak)
• Ability to lift up to 30 pounds repeatedly
• Valid driver’s license and clean driving record
• Carpool will be provided during work hours (if housed in the Marin Headlands dorms) to the office location. Transportation to and from work sites will be provided. Personal vehicles are encouraged but not necessary.
Compensation and Benefits
• Weekly taxable per diem stipend of $150/week is provided with dorm-style housing OR $275/week without housing
• Gain real-world work experience in habitat restoration at a highly respected non-profit organization with a model partnership between two federal agencies
• Opportunity to take six professional development days to pursue Park Academy classes
• Opportunity to live in and enjoy the scenery, wildlife and cultural resources of a spectacular National Park
• Opportunities to work with staff and volunteers from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in preserving and protecting our natural lands
• Desired start date: early October 2017
• Length of position: one year from start
• Schedule: 40 hours/week, Tuesday through Saturday with flexibility of start and end times
• Driver’s license is required
• US Social Security Number or Tax Identification Number required
Description: The California Executive Director (ED) provides leadership to sustain the region’s visibility, financial sustainably, operations and programs. The ED will build and manage the local fundraising strategy and will have an initial annual budget of approximately $600,000.
Reporting to the Vice President of National Programs and Strategic Partnerships, the ED is a member of the department heads leadership team, directly supervising up to five staff, plus interns and volunteers and recruiting members and overseeing a Local Advisory Council. This position is full-time, exempt and will be located in our Oakland office.
Fundraising and Outreach
• Position California for long-term financial sustainability by designing and implementing a regional development plan in collaboration with the Vice President of Development.
• Cultivate and maintain diversified funding sources that include individuals, corporations, foundations, government, and earned income from school fees.
• Recruit and manage Local Advisory Council members to provide fundraising support, strategic guidance, contacts and increased visibility for the region.
• Support the development of regional specific grant proposals, reports, and donor communications, and contribute to national development efforts (i.e. proposals, reports, etc.) as necessary.
• Work with the national team to develop and implement local communications strategy, engage partners and media in active dialogue about gender equity and STEM issues, and serve as a spokesperson and the public face of Techbridge at conferences, workshops, and other venues to increase its visibility.
Program Oversight and Partnerships
• Expand and sustain high-quality programs and outcomes for Techbridge Girls programming (afterschool and professional development) in California by working with the national team to establish program goals.
• Develop and manage strategic partnerships including individual schools, school districts, after-school programs, youth development groups, universities, STEM companies, policymakers, and role models.
• Support evaluation process in the region to continually improve program outcomes using data and ongoing feedback.
• Work with schools and community-based organizations to negotiate fees, complete contracts, and collect revenue.
• Identify and address opportunities and challenges for the California program in coordination with the regional staff and the national team.
• Keep current on research in gender equity and informal STEM programs, capacity building, curriculum, and resources for girls, especially from marginalized communities.
Management and Operations
• Collaborate and share insights with other regional or department leaders on program implementation or operational processes within the region.
• Supervise local staff, interns and volunteers and monitor performance, goals and culture of the regional site.
• Provide fiscal oversight for the California site, including developing and implementing budgets and managing and reporting assets, revenue, and expenditures.
• Bachelor’s degree or a minimum of 7 years’ of experience leading youth development/education/ gender equity programming. Within science, technology, or engineering skills in informal education settings, a plus.
• Proven ability to successfully build and supervise a high impact team
• Proven ability to implement a fundraising plan, develop, cultivate and maintain donor relationships.
• Experience with donor CRM and presentation materials
• Proven track record in successful financial management
• Strong relationships throughout California (especially in Southern California) with corporations, funders, schools/school districts, afterschool networks and/or youth development organizations.
• Excellent organizational and time-management skills and strong attention to detail. Proven record of follow-through on assigned tasks
• Superior communication skills (both written and verbal) and relationship-building skills with a diverse range of stakeholders
• Entrepreneurial, adaptable and flexible
• Comfort with proactively seeking and incorporating feedback; positive attitude
• Passion for Techbridge Girls’ mission knowledge of and interest in equity issues affecting girls of color in science, technology, and engineering
• Must possess a valid Driver’s License with clean DMV record, proof of insurance and reliable transportation
• Master's degree a plus in Science, engineering, computer science, social work, and/or education field highly desired
• Fluency in Spanish is a plus
This is a full-time position based out of Techbridge Girls’ Oakland, CA office. Health, vacation, retirement and other benefits are offered. Techbridge Girls offers a competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with experience and skills.
Description: Youth Programs Intern, Park Stewardship Program
Are you passionate about working with youth, building community, and restoring open space?
We are looking for an individual who is excited about engaging local youth in service, learning, experiential education and leadership experiences in the Golden Gate National Parks.
The Park Stewardship Program actively engages Bay Area youth with service learning opportunities in the Golden Gate National Parks. We are looking for a Youth Stewardship Program Intern who is excited to work with a broad range of young people in the Golden Gate National Parks through a variety of service and learning opportunities.
Description of Duties
Working directly under the Youth Programs Manager, the Youth Programs Intern will
• Plan, organize, and lead 2-3 weekly service-learning programs for K-12 youth in Marin City, CA; Pacifica, CA; and San Francisco, CA during the school year
o Collaborate with Park ecologists to organize service projects for youth volunteers
o Organize and lead outdoor trips and service projects for youth
o Perform outreach and build partnerships with local schools and youth organizations
o Learn to develop and deliver culturally relevant outdoor programs
• Lead the LINC (Linking Individuals to their Natural Community) program during the summer
o Recruit local high school students , especially those from underserved communities
o Lead youth in cultural and natural resource conservation projects
o Work with youth to enhance their leadership, teamwork, and professional skills
• Assist with all aspects of managing an outdoor youth program
o Build partnerships with and perform outreach to Bay Area communities
o Maintain detailed data collection and track key program statistics
o Capture, edit, and share digital media to promote the program
• Support other stewardship efforts by leading habitat restoration volunteer events, removing invasive plants, planting native plants, working in native plant nurseries, and maintaining trails
• Interested in habitat restoration, ecology, and natural resource management
• Attracted to outdoor and experiential education
• Passionate about youth development and social justice
• Experience with youth of diverse cultural, social, and economic backgrounds
• Loves nature, working outdoors, and getting your hands dirty
• Confident speaking in front of groups
• Flexible and adaptable to change
• Values teamwork and leadership development; can give and receive constructive feedback
• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) and Google products (docs and sheets)
• Valid driver’s license with a clean record
Physical Requirements and Work Conditions
• Work is performed in an office setting 1-2 days per week and outdoors 3-4 days per week
• Intern will drive a 12-15 passenger van on windy roads for up to 4 hours at a time
• Intern will work outdoors up to 6 hours per day in inclement weather, on steep slopes, and in areas with poison oak and ticks
• Intern will lift objects weighing up to 40 pounds and hike up to 10 miles over uneven terrain
Compensation and benefits
• Compensation includes a taxable stipend of $275/week OR a taxable stipend of $150/week with dorm housing. Applicant must be at least 21 years old to live in dorms. Dorm amenities include:
o Private single room
o In-unit washer/dryer
o Free Wi-Fi and utilities
o Daily commute shuttle
o Communal kitchen and living spaces
o Easy access to the nation’s premier urban National Park
• Receive training in AED/CPR, Wilderness First Aid, and Commercial Class B Drivers License
• Special access to Park Academy classes
• Desired Start Date: early October 2017
• Length of Position: 12 month commitment
• Schedule: 40 hours per week, Tuesday to Saturday with regular early, late, or overnight days
• Youth Programs Intern reports directly to Youth Programs Manager
Description: We are currently hiring for the Prime Time Before and After School Program, located throughout the city of San Diego. Our Success as a company depends on the strength of our team. Harmonium is committed to providing an innovative and rewarding work environment in which our employees can thrive.
Location: Varies, multi-site worker
Hours: Part Time, shift/hours vary by site
Salary: $11.50 per hour
Benefits: Retirement plan match maximum 2% of annual salary (403b); CA Paid Sick Leave accrued at 1 hour per 30 hours worked with a maximum accrual of 80 hours per calendar year
- 18 years of age or older
- Must pass CAPE test or have a minimum of 48 completed college units
- A minimum of 6 months experience working and/or volunteering in an after school or group child care setting with elementary aged children
- Valid Pediatric CPR and First Aid certification required
- Demonstrated ability in sports, special interests and hobbies, and/or arts & crafts
- Ability to relate well to children and adults
- Valid TB Results Required
- Must pass Alcohol/Drug Test and Fingerprint Clearance upon hire (paid by Harmonium)
Description: The Activity Leader is mandated to take all steps necessary to ensure the safety, security, and well-being of the children enrolled in the program.
Develop and maintain positive, professional relationships with school site, parents, children and Harmonium staff
Communicate with parents regarding their child on a daily basis
Follow policies in own role which are determined by others; no responsibility and leadership required for service development, but may be required to comment on policies, procedures, or possible developments
Supervise day-to- day activities of the program while maintaining ratios within contract
Redirect inappropriate child behavior and provide disciplinary action and notify Program Specialist when necessary
Provide academic homework assistance
Maintain a clean and orderly designated school space
Ensure the safety, security, and well-being of students enrolled in the program
Judgments and decisions are guided by Harmonium and program policies, contracts and guidelines
Ordinarily, no supervisory responsibility except occasional project based work
Must be 18 years of age
Must pass CAPE test or have a minimum of 48 completed college units
A minimum of 6 months experience working and/or volunteering in an after school or group child care setting with elementary aged children
Valid Pediatric CPR and First Aid certification required
Demonstrated ability in sports, special interests and hobbies, and/or arts & crafts
Ability to relate well to children and adults
Valid TB results required
Must pass Alcohol/Drug Test and Fingerprint Clearance upon hire (paid by Harmonium)
Ability to operate computer
Frequent repetitive hand use and simple grasping
Occasional standing, walking, kneeling, bending, twisting, pushing, pulling, reaching above, and below the shoulder
Ability to lift and carry up to 20 pounds
Ability to sit or stand for prolonged periods
Ability to operate a vehicle
High energy needed with the ability to balance multiple high-stress tasks
Ability to work in noisy and outdoor environments
Occasional travel in San Diego County
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions
Harmonium, Inc. is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer
The employee is required is adhere to all Harmonium policy when employed
The preceding description is ONLY a general description of essential duties and not designed to be a complete list of all duties and responsibilities required of this position
Job description is subject to change at any time
Description: Do you have fun engaging ideas that will excite children? Are you looking for a place to continually grow? COME WORK FOR GLO!!
We are currently searching for our next generation of before and after school Program Staff (Teachers, Teacher's Aides and Shadow Aides) who have a background working with children in an educational and recreational setting for the 2017/2018 school year.
We are looking for people who can set clear boundaries with children and feel comfortable creating a fully enriching environment for school age children (K-5). The capability to effectively communicate with parents, children and other staff members is essential to a prospective team member who will build a relationship that benefits the learning process of the children at GLO. People excited to have fun and explore with a group of future leaders are in high demand!
GLO has various school sites all throughout San Francisco to fit your travel convenience needs.
Alice Fong Yu, 1541 12th Ave, SF, CA 94122
Alvarado Afterschool, 625 Douglass St., SF, CA 94114
Cleveland, 455 Athens St, SF, CA 94112
Dianne Feinstein, 2550 25th Ave, SF, CA 94116
West Portal, 5 Lenox Way, SF, CA 94127
If you would like to learn more about GLO visit, http://www.gloinc.org.
APPLY TODAY and join the GLO Family!!!
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records as allowed by the California Department of Social Services' Community Care Licensing Division regulations as detailed in CCLD Title 22, Division 12.