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Assistant Area Director position

Summary: The Assistant Area Director will work with Camp Fire’s Area Director in Washington County, along with other staff and volunteers, youth participants and parents, to deliver quality afterschool programs in the Hillsboro area.

Job responsibilities will include: developing work plans, supervising after school program staff, assisting with curriculum development, ensuring complete and timely registration, assisting with childcare site certification, participating in community outreach, managing risk and resources, monitoring budgets, and coordinating program logistics.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: •Knowledge of Camp Fire’s values and the skill to apply that knowledge to program strategies •Knowledge and skills required to implement a work plan •Knowledge of current youth development theories and approaches •Knowledge of basic principles regarding group work and facilitation, conflict resolution, and behavior management •Training and public speaking skills •Supervisory skills •Ability to work in teams as well individually •Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks •Ability to maintain boundaries appropriate to role with youth •Ability to consult and involve youth in a variety of participatory roles •Willingness to be flexible regarding time and availability

Acceptable Experience and Training: •College degree strongly preferred •A minimum of 3 years experience working with school-age youth •Background that indicates a working knowledge of youth development and programming

Compensation: $14-$16/per hour Work Schedule: 20 hours/per week; Supervisor: Washington County Area Director Supervises: 5 Site Supervisors, in partnership with Area Director

Please submit a cover letter and resume to: [email protected]