Program Assistants | Adventure Club assistant site supervisor | Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion School RSIS | Closing: Open until filled



Adventure Club assistant site supervisor
Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion Elementary School
Level 4 of the Program Assistants Terms and Conditions of Employment ($19.71-$25.38 per hour based on qualification/experience)
52 weeks per year, 35 hours of paid time per week, Monday through Friday; 7 hours per day (hours to vary)


  • Support the Adventure Club Program mission to provide a fun, safe enriching experience in a respectful and nurturing environment and promote life-long learning skills in all children and youth during out-of-school time.
  • Support the Program goals by:
    • Providing opportunities for children to succeed both academically and socially through the collaboration of school and community resources.
    • Providing¬†a secure and inclusive environment in which all children may explore the world around them.
    • Providing¬†opportunities from which all children learn to make choices that contribute to both their growth in life-long learning skills and their development into becoming respectful and responsible adults.
    • Supporting families by providing community resources.
    • Fostering the individual growth and development of all children and youth.
    • Providing¬†children with new experiences and involvement in their community.
  • Maintain professionalism and confidentiality regarding staff, student and their families.
  • Implement a philosophy of education and administration that is compatible with Adventure Club and Robbinsdale Area Schools missions.
  • Assists Site Supervisor in:
    • Supervising Adventure Club program development and operations for one site, before and after school, non-school and vacation days.
    • Promoting and supporting the Minnesota School Age Care Standards for Quality School Age Care toward MAAP Accreditation for the site.
    • Developing and implementing an effective and enriching anti-bias, inclusive environment and curriculum according to the Adventure Club Mission and MAAP Standards.
    • Maintaining a fiscally sound site budget
    • Training, supervising and evaluating site staff and assisting in implementing staff development and team work.¬†
    • The overall supervision of children and in staffing ratio.¬†
    • Developing effective guidance procedures for all children regardless of ability or special needs.
    • Establishing effective communication with children, their families, Adventure Club and school staff and community.
    • Directing the development, implementation and evaluation of the Adventure Club site.¬†
    • Other duties as assigned


An assistant site supervisor in the Adventure Club program must meet the following qualifications.

  • Advanced coursework in education, recreation, child development or similar preferred
  • Two years experience preferred in supervising the development of a similar school-age care or related program.
  • Successful experience working with children ages 5-11 years in groups.
  • Experience in staff supervision, training and curriculum development.
  • Evidence of strong written and oral communication and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated competency in conflict resolution, crisis management skills, commitment to multicultural, gender fair and disability awareness.
  • Ability to encourage shared leadership, team building and collaborative working relationships within the site, building and overall program.
  • A working knowledge of developmentally appropriate anti-bias curriculum and the National School Age Care Standards for Quality Care
  • Current CPR, First Aid training certificate and CPI certification

Apply on-line at


Anh Tran
Human Resources Program Director
4148 Winnetka Avenue N.
New Hope, MN 55427