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Company name : SOUTHWEST YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
Location : SeaTac, WA 98188
Position : The Elementary Out-of-School-Time Program Team Leader
The Elementary Out-of-School-Time Program Team Leader is an entry level position, implementing after-school programming at one of the New Futures sites. New Futures is a place-based programming, operating vibrant community learning centers at apartment complexes in South King County, providing services and community-building programs on-site to children, youth, and families. We partner with families in their communities, community partners, and with educators to ensure that children succeed in school and in life. Our integrated, culturally relevant programs build skills, foster connectedness, and promote strengths. The successful candidate will share our vision of a future where all children thrive and have the opportunities and resources to reach their full potential.
This position is full time, 36 hours per week(non- exempt position), flexible schedule required with compensation being $21 hourly. Benefits include employer paid medical, dental, vision, disability, STD, LTD and life insurance; generous sick and vacation time including 10 paid holidays and a 2 week paid holiday break in December as well as a Costco membership.
For nearly 40 years Southwest Youth and Family Services (SWYFS) has been providing critical services in significantly under-resourced communities of Southwest King County, including Southwest Seattle, White Center, South Park, Burien, and SeaTac. As systemic racial and economic inequities continue to create significant barriers to communities of color across the nation, SWYFS remains committed to seeing our diverse community of South King County thrive. Participants in SWYFS programs are 61% children and youth, 92% people of color, 95% low-income (89% very low-income), and over 50% refugees and immigrants.
Our vision is that all residents of Southwest King County flourish and actively participate in the success of the community. We believe when we all commit to equity and expanding knowledge, we can build a community of acceptance, belonging and hope, where all families thrive.
Facilitate after school program for students & provide academic and social emotional support (maximum group size 15).
Provide academic mentoring and homework assistance for youth and participate in continuous quality improvement through the Youth Program Quality Improvement process.
Maintain a clean, organized and welcoming program space that reflects the program participant’s community.
Adapt lesson plans for delivering SEL activities and other enrichment programming (i.e. art, STEAM, recreation, etc.).
Partner with external organizations and connect youth to outside programs and resources
Maintain ongoing communication with school staff, parents, and New Futures leadership. Work closely with individual student support networks, case managers, counselors, and family advocates.
Participate in hiring process for program assistants.
Supervise program assistants, who support programming (i.e. provide schedule and plan activities for tutors to implement). Provide feedback and support.
Plan and implement field trips.
Support all site activities and events through participation and attendance
Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with clients, families, co-workers, and community resources
Conduct evaluations and surveys as required by funders and program or agency guidelines and collect academic/participation data on the participants
Document work related to youth and parent activities in accordance with organizational policies
Conduct home visits to families to discuss their children’s participation in program
Actively evaluate overall program performance on a regular and ongoing basis and use collected information to make needed improvements.
Monitor budget expenditures and maintain a positive balance.
Manage classroom supplies and materials
Participate in program and agency meetings, trainings towards professional growth, and organizational initiatives
Maintain client confidentiality
Working towards an AA or BA in a related field
Fully vaccinated for Covid-19
Bilingual in English & Spanish
Some experience working with diverse youth and classroom management skills
Experience doing direct service work
Experience working with diverse communities in culturally relevant settings
Solid communication (written and oral), collaboration and intervention skills
Demonstrated ability to maintain effective working relationships with staff, participants, volunteers, and the wider community
Valid Washington Driver’s license, proof of insurance
Clear driving record with no more than two moving violations in the last three years
Willingness to submit to and pass a criminal background check
At SWYFS, all staff should demonstrate the initiative to learn and enhance skills that promote anti-racism, cultural humility, and an understanding of oppression and its impact. Staff are expected to participate in intentional learning efforts, including events and trainings to understand institutional racism and build cultural humility.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. This employer participates in E-Verify. The employer will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with information from each new employee’s I-9 to confirm work authorization.
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