McKinley Site Coordinator

· Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Employment Type Seasonal
Minimum Experience Mid-level

Hours: Part-Time, Hourly (varies from 20 hours per week)

Location: McKinley Elementary 2926 Blaine Street, Stevens Point, WI 54481

Reports to: Center Director and/or Director of Operations

Position Summary: This club site is a unique club for Hmong students to participate in language and cultural enrichment programs in addition to all the general BGC daily programs. Site Coordinator will continue to perform all of the duties of the Program Leader as stated in the job description. Additional responsibilities include assisting the Center Director and/or Director of Operations with overall program management, participant supervision, program planning and implementation. Provide coaching, support and direction to program staff. Adhere to behavior management policy while exercising authority in programs relating to Club members. Work closely with the school to recruit and retain Club members and continue to develop a successful partnership with the Hmong Uplift Program and Stevens Point Area School District.

Primary Duties for the Site Coordinator:

Site Leadership and Management

  • Plan, manage, and implement program activities, develop monthly program schedules and calendars
  • Oversees the on-site management of attendance data and procedures, program documents, membership files, food records and other administrative duties as assigned
  • Assists with the recruitment and retention of Club members
  • Provide direction to program staff; scheduling, approve timecards, facilitate staff meetings when needed
  • Works with supervisor to monitor program monthly expenses to ensure expenses are within budget projections
  • Program Development
  • Coordinate Hmong language enrichment programs for youth with Hmong Uplift
  • Coordinate Hmong cultural enrichment programs for youth with Hmong Uplift
  • Coordinate Hmong food program with Farmshed and other local partners
  • Coordinates assigned program areas and high-yield learning activities for youth that are both fun and instructional
  • Effectively plan and lead programs, field trips and a variety of activities for Club members; promotes and stimulated program participation.
  • Work with Club members to ensure that there is a productive work environment
  • Implement Youth Development Programs
  • Ensures that all programs and activities occur daily as scheduled
  • An appropriate number of youth participate in each program
  • Provide guidance and role modeling to program staff and Club members
  • Discipline policies are enforced during each program
  • Evaluate Youth Development Programs
  • Monitor and evaluate programs, services and activities to ensure the safety of Club members, quality of programs and appearance of the Club site at all times
  • Participation numbers are tracked for each activity
  • Assist in collecting outcome data when requested
  • Assist in grant reporting when necessary
  • Facility Management
  • Follow and assist with the daily & weekly cleaning schedule
  • Assists in maintaining a clean, neat and properly equipped program area
  • Assists in keeping program supplies organized and maintained to limit wasted resources
  • Assists in making sure that the overall Club environment is safe and inviting for all Club Members
  • Professionalism
  • Arrive on time according to the staff schedule and prepared to work
  • Appear dressed in a professional manner, wear club shirt and name badge
  • Always carry themselves in and out of the Club as a role model while also providing guidance to Club members
  • Support fellow staff in meeting program goals, objectives, and outcomes
  • Form meaningful, safe and positive relationships with Club members, their parents and/or guardians, school personnel, supervisor, staff and volunteers by communicating effectively.
  • Report any employee misconduct to the Director &/or Executive Director immediately
  • Be in consistent communication with supervisor, staff, school personnel and other key individuals

Additional Responsibilities:

  • May be able to provide First Aid/CPR
  • Able to pass a reference and background check
  • May need to sit in on meetings with parents/guardians
  • May participate in special programs and/or events
  • May attend field trips
  • Assist in or handle special assignments or other duties as deemed necessary or important by supervisor

Physical Requirements / Work Environment:

  • Active environment that requires the employee to be on their feet for several hours at a time
  • Some lifting and moving of moderately sized objects
  • Some driving may be necessary

Skills / Knowledge Required:

  • Fluent in Hmong language
  • Competent in Hmong culture
  • Has knowledge in coordinating Hmong enrichment programs
  • Valid State Driver’s License and access to regular/reliable transportation
  • Clean driving record, ability to drive shuttle with youth
  • A high school diploma or a GED is required, some college experience is preferred and at least 1 year of experience in youth development
  • Ability to communicate effectively with children from diverse backgrounds, as well as a range of other organizational personnel in a courteous and professional manner
  • Ability to deal with the general public
  • Ability to work independently as well as in groups
  • Able to meet deadlines

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  • Location
    Stevens Point, Wisconsin
  • Employment Type
  • Minimum Experience