Sauk Rapids-Rice Community Education
Open until filled.
Posting # 1937
ISD 47 believes in:
A culture of continuous learning and growth in a caring, collaborative and supportive environment
Effective partnerships between students, staff, families and community members
An inclusive, safe, caring and stimulating learning environment that promotes shared responsibility for performance and innovation
Effective and ongoing communication with and outreach to students, staff, families and community members
Transparency and good stewardship of resources
Under the supervision of the Community Education Director, the School Age Child Care Coordinator is responsible for the overall management of Rice Elementary preschool care program, Rice Elementary school age care programs year-round, and Sauk Rapids-Rice Middle School after school program. This position manages all Kids Club employees, and is responsible for program development and implementation, communication, and outreach. This position directs and oversees the supervision, safety and behavior management of all registered students.
Ensures sites are child-centered and developmentally appropriate and assists in planning daily curriculum that is in accordance with SACC standards.
Implements program improvements. Facilitates parent surveys and keeps abreast of research and trends in the SAC field.
Develops print resources as necessary, including the parent handbook, staff policies and procedures, and registration/permission materials.
Handles various forms of paperwork with confidential information, such as registrations, permission slips, disciplinary notices, billing, IEP’s, and court orders.
Responsible for the day to day management of over Kids Club staff members, including training, onboarding and scheduling of staff.
Assists in the interviewing and hiring process of staff and recommends candidate to be hired. Assists in following up with reference checks.
Assists in evaluation of staff. Keeps Community Education Director informed of any performance related issues.
Coordinates the annual registration process for school year and summer programming for 200+ students under the direction of the Community Education Director.
Monitors and follows up with staff on biweekly payroll records.
Problem solves behavior issues with Kids Club staff, parents, and at times other school faculty.
Interacts daily with children, spending time at on site while observing program operation to ensure district and program policies are consistently applied.
Is on call at all times to answer questions related to behavior management, staffing, or other program related items.
Maintains open communication with all district staff, including clerical and transportation staff, to ensure students’ safety.
Orders, pick up and delivers supplies necessary for programming.
Plans, implements and evaluates field trips. Creates descriptions and advertisements for the Community Education brochure and other forms of communication.
Maintains ongoing communication with building staff, Community Education staff and Kids Club staff.
Communicates consistently with parents regarding information related to scheduling, programming, behaviors, and billing.
Reviews and sends monthly parent newsletters.
Completes bi-weekly invoicing, including entering deposits of electronic payments, checks and cash.
Monitors overdue parent accounts and completes collections procedures.
Experience working with youth in a supervisory capacity required.
Experience supervising staff required.
Ability to lift thirty pounds.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of general hiring practices and ability to independently supervise staff and volunteers.
Proficient with standard office equipment such as personal computer, copy machine, and telephone.
Applying judgment, problem-solving and decision making to situations and activities in assigned program areas in accordance with understood district policies and administrative rules.
Fundamentals of public relations approaches in promoting advertising, and/or informing the public of programs, services, activities or other events/projects.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with faculty, staff, students and parents.
Knowledge of community resources and community organizations within the community.
Strong written and oral communication and organizational skills.
Strong technology/computer skills.
Customer Service, business etiquette, and human relations skills in assisting, screening, handling and dealing with requests of both district staff and public.
Performing general accounting/bookkeeping pertaining to registration payments, budgets, etc.
Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in child development, education or related field preferred.
Contract: 40 hours per week, 240 days per year, July 1- June 30
Applications accepted online at www.isd47.org/employment until filled.
Candidates must pass a criminal background check in order to be eligible for employment.