21st CCLC Out of School Time Coordinator, Oxford Circle Christian Comm. Dev. Assoc.

Posted by on February 10, 2014

21st CCLC Out of School Time Coordinator
Last day to apply: February 28, 2014

Based in the Oxford Circle neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA, the Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association (OCCCDA) is seeking a 21st CCLC Out of School Time Coordinator. The mission of OCCCDA is “to extend healing and hope in the Oxford Circle community, believing that God’s purpose of reconciling all people to Jesus leads us to minister on spiritual, physical, social & economic levels.” The 21st CCLC Out of School Time Coordinator is responsible for creating and implementing the daily activities of the out of school program for students in grades K-8 (School year – Mondays – Fridays from 3:00-6:00pm and Summer – Mondays – Thursdays 9:00-3:00pm for six weeks) including supervision of staff/volunteers.  Position is full time and pay is based on experience.

1.    Create and implement program activities including classes, field trips and schedule (55%)
2.    Responsible for maintaining budget.
3.    Hire, train and supervise staff/volunteers assisting with daily activities (10%)
4.    Develop and maintain relationships with the participants’ parents and schools (5%)
5.    Work with staff to develop yearly service plan for youth enrolled in program (5%)
6.    Develop (and/or review) curriculum for designated instruction sessions (5%)
7.    Work closely with independent evaluator to collect data from program, staff, parents, and schools and adapt program, as necessary, in response to feedback and grant mandates.
8.    Ensure that accurate and current documentation is collected and maintained, and site-based reporting is completed in a timely manner for funding and evaluation (10%)
9.    Work with Out of School Time program partners and ensure that services are provided as outlined in MOU (5%)
10.    Work with other staff to develop a network of social service and support agencies which provide services to community families (5%)

–    A commitment to the Oxford Circle community and the holistic vision of the OCCCDA.
–    Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written skills.
–    Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a diverse group people, including staff, parents, schools and community partners.
–    Available to work a flexible schedule that includes evenings.
–    Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
–    Ability to implement and supervise a positive learning environment, incorporating academics, physical fitness, fine arts, and cultural enrichment
–    Positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed
–    Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field and five years’ experience with children and youth.  An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
–    Provide current clearances (child abuse and criminal) upon employment and obtain a CPR and First Aid Certification within 3 months of employment.

Qualified candidates are invited to submit their resume via mail or e-mail to:
Program Director, Oxford Circle CCDA, 900 E. Howell Street, Philadelphia, PA  19149
Email: program@occcda.org

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