After-School Program Manager- Multiple Locations
Type of Job
About the Job
The After-School Program Manager is responsible for overseeing fifty to seventy students at an individual school in the after-school hours. Oversight areas include tutoring, enrichment, case management, parent engagement, and community events. Site Managers create a tutoring environment, so students, staff, and volunteers are productively working together towards high academic achievement as well as social and emotional development.
Academic Planning (10hrs/wk)
Communicate regularly with classroom teachers for student-specific input and academic support.
Ensure individual student folders are updated weekly with individual lesson plans for students.
Review students' grades and missing assignments.
Enrichment Planning (4hrs/wk)
Plan and schedule off site enrichment activities that align with desired academic outcomes.
Plan and schedule diverse onsite enrichment activities that align with desired academic outcomes
Program Implementation (15 hrs/wk)
Implement program structure based on program rubric.
Implement planned academic and enrichment programming.
Implement and oversee a Positive Behavior Support system.
Provide individual support for students.
Implement effective student check-in/check-out process.
Guide and direct staff/volunteers during programming.
Build relationships and maintain regular communication with school staff including, Teachers, Custodians, Principals, Secretary, etc.
Attend school events and staff meetings as necessary
Coordinate with BOTVIN/IRAPT managers to supplement SEL lessons for students
Staff / Admin (5hrs/wk)
Ensure adequate staff/volunteer coverage and structure for an effective tutoring environment.
Ensure all staff sign-in/sign-out daily.
Oversee site budget, and expense management.
Review all staff time cards weekly and approve before submitting for payroll.
Facilitate regular staff meetings with an agenda and minutes.
Attend Managers’ meetings regularly and be available during designated work hours
Gather and submit weekly student data to Operations (registration information, attendance, snack attendance etc.)
Complete training hours as required.
Evaluate site staff on a regular basis and work to develop and implement improvement plans as needed
Support staff in the training of academic best practices, including teaching and tutoring techniques
Family Engagement (6hrs/wk)
Communicate regularly with parents
Follow up with families when students have poor attendance.
Ensure students and families are regularly informed about upcoming events, activities, etc.
Coordinate additional family supports/resources as needed
Proficiency in or capacity to learn Google Suite
Prefer individual experienced working with at-risk youth
Strong leadership and organizational skills
Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Effective oral and written communication skills
Spanish speaker a plus
$19-$22/hour based on experience
2 weeks scheduled PTO annually
2 weeks flexible PTO annually
10 paid holidays
$500/ month Health stipend and $25/ month Phone Stipend
Some occasional Saturdays and other non-school days for outdoor programming and field trips.
In-office work hours required: minimum 10/wk
Program Onsite work hours required: minimum 15/ wk
Flexible offsite hours: up to 15/ wk