POSITION TITLE: AFTERSCHOOL COUNSELOR
DEPARTMENT: PINE JOG E.E. CENTER
Monday – Friday 1:45 PM – 5:45 PM
PROGRAM DIRECTOR/ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
JOB CLASSIFICATION: OPS
$10.50 per hour
Counselors lead and work with a group of up to 18 elementary school aged children. Counselors ensure the safety of the children as they take them through a daily schedule of activities that includes snack, homework, reading, environmental literacy, program curriculums, computers, cooking, arts & crafts, outdoor sports, board games, and more!
Essential Functions Responsibilities:
- Develops and implements daily program activities.
- Provides support and assistance to students during homework time.
- Planning and leads various students’ indoor/outdoor program curriculums, games, activities, celebrations, clubs, meetings, arts and crafts, etc...
- Assists with planning and implementation of the monthly activity calendar.
- Models and implements age-appropriate behavioral techniques and appropriate consequences.
- Maintains accurate daily attendance records, Identifies student misconduct; completes discipline forms, accident /injuries reports and review allergy lists.
- Ensures the Quality Improvement System (QIS) standards are consistently met in all activities and participates in the annual QIS assessment process, related trainings and events.
- Ensures safety, administers basic first aid and medication as needed.
- Implements emergency color codes and evacuation procedures.
- Attends and participates in monthly staff meetings, recommended trainings or classes.
- Assists in keeping program office, cafeteria, classrooms, computer lab, playground and other areas neat and clean.
- Assure daily FAU’s email review; Appropriate use of walkie-talkies.
- Follows adopted program policies and procedures.
- Maintains confidentiality and professionalism.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Must be able to:
- Work with children with disabilities/behavioral conditions in an inclusive setting.
- Interpret and apply school and program rules and regulations.
- Express self clearly and concisely, orally, and in writing.
- Deep perception/ excellent judgment skills.
- Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with coworkers.
- Moderate lifting and carrying, 15-44 pounds.
- Support the program Mission, Values and Goals.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Experience in working with students (School age preferably).
- 40 hours School-age preferably. (Mandatory requirement after 90 days of employment).
- CPR/First Aid training preferably.
- Interest for nature, the environment, education and the outdoors.
How to Apply:
Please email your resume attention to:
Direct Line: (561) 656-5453