Salary: 18.50
Job Description: Job Description:
Manage after-school and summer camp program for children ages 6-12 years and the evening teen program for middle school and high school youth living in the Emergency Shelter and KRH Transitional Housing Program. Develop, plan and implement daily activities and behavioral management for children and teens participating in the programs. Promote program excellence and accountability in all services and activities. Provide guidance, support, and team building opportunities that ensure program staff understand and support YWCA mission, vision and values, and strategic goals; are knowledgeable about program related issues; are responsive to changing participant needs; and demonstrably increase awareness of the issues related to the effects of domestic abuse and family violence on children.
 Develop and maintain programs for children and teens living on the YWCA campus by planning and implement age-appropriate activities, programs, and behavioral management for the after-school, summer camp, and evening teen programs.
 Collaborate with community partners for field trips while supervising transportation and vehicle maintenance according to instructions, ensuring children’s safety.
 Serve as primary liaison to contract and licensing monitors and funding sources in order to ensure program compliance with all contract and funding requirements.
 Maintain activities budget for the shelter, after-school, summer camp, and teen programs.
 Establish and maintain policies, procedures, and practices that promote excellence, accountability, and integrity in all program services and activities.
 Hire, train and supervise program staff. Provide regular supervision to program staff on an individual and group basis, promoting a healthy work environment.
 Set-up and maintain client files for each participant. Keep current records, data, programs and supplies (i.e. program service hours, attendance records, consumer surveys, and annual program evaluation).
 Ensure state licensing rules and regulations requirements are being met to maintain state child care license.
 Establish and maintain effective working relationship with agency staff, other key publics, and any other organizations and individuals important to the success of the YWCA’s work.
 Commitment to empowering children and eliminating racism.
 BA/BS degree or higher in social work, therapeutic recreation, health education, psychology, or related field.
 Staff supervision and program management experience.
 A minimum of two years of direct service experience with children.
 Excellent organizational and communication skills, both verbal and written.
 Ability to work sensitively and effectively with diverse populations and relate positively to people of diverse ages, ethnicity, socio-economic levels, beliefs and lifestyles.
 Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
 Computer literacy including Word, Excel, ETO.
 Must be able to pass BCI, meet I-9 requirements, and, if driving on agency business, a valid Utah driver’s license, automobile insurance and motor vehicle record.
Location: 322 E. 300 S. Salt Lake City, UT 84111


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