After-School Teacher

Location:
1500 N Superior St, Suite 310
Toledo 43604
Start Date: 01/04/2018
Hours Per Week: 16
Salary: $10-12/week
Certifications Desired: High School Degree

Contact: Justin Edgell - applyohio@asasohio.org
More Info: ASASOhio.org
Last Updated: 11/13/2017
Expiration Date: 04/12/2018


Job Description:

POSITION: Program Leader (aka After-School Teacher)

Organization: After-School All-Stars Ohio

Location: Toledo, OH

Organization Background:

After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is one of the leading national after-school program providers in the country. Our comprehensive school-based programs combine activities and learning to help build the knowledge and skills children need to succeed, both in school and in life. Founded as a national organization in 1992, ASAS is building a national model for after-school program delivery through our 13 chapters, all of which serve at-risk youth in major urban centers.

After-School All-Stars Ohio offers programming in elementary and middle schools in Columbus and Toledo. Be part of a much-needed movement to bring quality comprehensive after-school programs to underserved kids!

Position Requirements

  • Must be available Monday - Thursday during program hours, listed below:
  • 2:45 pm – 6:00 pm * Must have a clear FBI and BCI & I background check.

Roles and Responsibilities

The part-time Program Leader, referred to as an After-School Teacher, under the direction of the Site Manager/Coordinator, is responsible for the daily implementation of the After-School All-Stars program model:

  • Maintain an inviting, safe, orderly environment that is conducive to student learning
  • Review lesson plans at least one week in advance and communicate any concerns to Site Manager
  • Deliver LiFE Sports curriculum during the health and fitness hour and participate in all LiFE Sports trainings
  • Prepare materials and any other items needed for lesson plans each day
  • Actively engage students and participate in program activities
  • Establish positive relationships with students, school staff, families, and ASAS supporters
  • Supervise students at all times and follow the site specific behavior management plan when disciplining students
  • Complete attendance accurately and report absentees to the Site Manager
  • Report disruptive behavior to the Site Manager and document infractions immediately
  • Work with ASAS staff to ensure that program activities are delivered timely and effectively
  • Assist with the distribution, supervision, and clean-up of meals in the cafeteria
  • Ensure cleanliness of classrooms, auditorium, and other areas where the program is held
  • Keep inventory of ASAS equipment and supplies daily and assist with organization of ASAS supply closet
  • Communicate areas of concern to the Site Manager proactively
  • Attend weekly staff meetings provided by ASAS
  • Attend professional developments during no programming days
  • Adhere to ASAS clock-in/out procedures
  • Communicate absences to Site Managers following ASAS attendance policy
  • Check email regularly and respond to all ASAS communication within 24 hours
  • Serves as a role model for staff and students
  • Holds high expectations for students and makes decisions based on students’ needs and interests

Program Leaders may have opportunities to earn additional hours assisting with:

  • Administrative tasks
  • Recruitment
  • Curriculum
  • Behavior Specialist
  • Non-profit management
  • Attending summer camps and field trips

Experience and Education

HS diploma or GED is required. Some undergraduate study is preferred; coursework in education, social or human services, child development, or related field is desirable

The ideal candidate will also have:

  • A familiarity with diverse populations and passion for working with at-risk youth
  • A familiarity with leading sports activities
  • Experience working in an after school, day camp, or youth outreach setting

Characteristics and Traits

  • Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with ASAS, school staff, and community partners
  • Ability to communicate effectively and demonstrate sensitivity to others
  • Ability to follow directions, but to take initiative when necessary, as well as respond to critical incidents and act swiftly in an emergency situation
  • Excellent organizational and self-management skills
  • Outgoing and enthusiastic person who enjoys working with others
  • Self-reflective and open to feedback

Salary and Benefits

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $10.00-12.00 /hour


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