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Job Title: Ymca After School Program Site Lead


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The YMCA After School Site Lead is the perfect job for local college students. Shifts are Monday through Friday afternoons. Programs are offered from school dismissal until 6:30 pm. This program is offered at most Conroe ISD Elementary and Flex Schools in Southern Montgomery County.

Position overview

Mentors programs and staff and implements school age enrichment program curricula. We provide children and parents with quality experiences focused on the development of young people, including the YMCA’s core values ​​of honesty, respect, responsibility, compassion and faith.

Required function

Program Quality: Plan and implement a curriculum of lesson/activity plans, including formal and informal play inside the center and outdoors, in compliance with the Y program model, curriculum and quality standards.
Leadership: Oversee children, staff, program areas, and all activities. Make appropriate decisions in line with YMCA and state standards. Acting as a role model for children and staff by embodying her five core values ​​of the YMCA.
Program Evaluation: Lead Use Program Quality (YPQ) Intervention Process. Use ongoing program monitoring to assess youth participation and program effectiveness and adjust the program as needed.
Community involvement: Support parent conferences. Maintain communication with families through parent orientations, newsletters and engagement events. Involve parents as volunteers.
Daily Duties: Maintain program venues and equipment, assist in setting up and tearing down activity centers, and cleaning program areas. Adheres to his YMCA Program Standards in Greater Houston and Minimum Standards for Childcare Licensing.
Building Relationships: Maintaining good relationships with children, parents, school officials and other staff. Attend and participate in family nights, program activities, staff meetings and staff trainings.
Child abuse presentations: Report suspected inappropriate behavior or policy violations. Comply with mandated abuse and incident reporting requirements. such as ensuring that young people can sign in and out properly, and that only authorized adults are allowed into the facility. Adhere to the policies related to boundaries with each child. Keep unused rooms and closets locked. Regularly monitor high-risk areas (bathrooms, etc.).

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To be successful in this task, individuals must be able to perform their respective important duties satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the required knowledge, skills, and/or abilities. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform basic functions.

High school diploma or general education degree (GED). A minimum of 70 hours of training in child or youth development, recreational leadership or management. His two courses in college equal 100 hours. Minimum Standard #744.1017.
At least one year of experience working with youth in a licensed facility, church, school, or equivalent facility.
CPR, first aid, AED certification, child abuse prevention training.
Ability to plan, organize and conduct age-appropriate/developmentally-appropriate program activities
Previous experience with diverse populations.
Preference will be given to those who have experience supervising others.
Current record of tuberculosis testing and/or current local health department regulations, testing, and/or immunizations required by local or state health departments.
Pass local/state background and FBI fingerprinting checks, as well as independent drug testing.

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