Full-Time Site Director for Afterschool Program, Sunrise of Philadelphia
Posted by Sunrise of Philadelphia on March 5, 2019
Sunrise of Philadelphia is an out-of-school time provider that supports youth who face adversity in discovering their strengths, experiencing success and preparing for their futures. Since 1999, Sunrise has provided high-quality educational and youth development programs. Sunrise has a proven track record and strong working relationships within South Philadelphia. We provide academic enrichment, career and college programming and workforce development to over 1,000 youth annually. In all its work, Sunrise strives to embody the following three core values: Family, Transforming and not Transacting, and “EduFun” – Education through Fun!
A Sunrise Site Director will be responsible for the management and coordination of all afterschool and summer program activities at one or more of our K-8 locations, under a grant from the PA Department of Education. Sunrise provides literacy, social-emotional and STEM programming for youth in grades K-8 at a Philadelphia public school. The Site Director will be responsible for all operations at their assigned site(s) will serve as the main point of contact for all partners and contractors, recruit families and students, and work with staff and administration to ensure successful implementation of programming in accordance with grant requirements and program guidelines as defined by the Sunrise administrative team. This is a grant funded position that reports directly to the Director of Program Quality. The Site Director will work approximately40 hours/week.
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