Beverly Cleary Site Supervisor

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organization:Camp Fire USA Portland Metro Council
position summary:

Position Posting: Site Supervisor at Beverly Cleary Fernwood and Hollyrood Campuses

General Description: Part time position (28-32 hours per week) working on site to supervise and facilitate Camp Fire programming at Beverly Cleary Campus (grades K-8).

Camp Fire strives to achieve the outcomes of Respect, Confidence, Leadership, and Learning, by engaging youth in activities of Service Learning, Team Building, Life Skills Coaching, Recreation and Academic Support.

Salary / Pay Rate:$13-14.50 DOE
Required Skills and Abilities:Qualities/Experience Needed: • Must have experience directing an after school program and supervising staff. • Ability to commit to at least one full school year, Summer employment a possibility. • High comfort level in facilitating large groups of youth and dealing with difficult behaviors. • Ability to directly and respectfully communicate needs and concerns to Area Director, school partners and teachers and program staff • Must have the ability to lift and carry a minimum of 40 pounds. • Must be able to stand for long periods of time and maintain a satisfactory physical level for the duration of program. • Ability to walk on natural terrain. • Ability to prioritize tasks and appropriately manage stress levels. • Experience in outcomes based lesson planning and current best practices in youth development work • High level of professionalism, creativity, energy, organization, self-motivation, empathy, and patience
Qualifications:Responsibilities include: • Direct supervision of 3-8 part time staff (2 morning staff and 3 to 5 afternoon staff) • Direct program facilitation for 8-15 youth • Quality control of program planning and delivery to support outcomes • Behavior management support • Assist after school partners in registration, planning and program coordination • Timely submission of needed paperwork • Modeling of excellent facilitation skills, curriculum planning, and behavior management techniques for staff
Education Required:College degree
Other:Equal Opportunity Employer