Float Supervisor (two positions available)
– Participation in Minnesota State retirement program. Can contribute to 403(b) and may be eligible for district match based on union contract.
– Medical insurance benefits. Participation in High Deductible plan includes contribution to a VEBA per union contract.
– Eligible for 10 days of vacation (increases with longevity), 15 days of Paid Absence Leave, 11 paid holidays and 2 floating holidays each year.
Current base wage: $21.93/hour (plus additional bonuses, paid out incrementally, totaling an average of $23.50/hour).
Hours per day or per week: 40 hours per week
Position start and end time: Follows Bell 1 Float Schedule
- SCHOOL YEAR HOURS:
- Monday: 6:15-9:30 & 1:45-6:15
- Tuesday: 6:15-11:15 & 2:00-6:15
- Wednesday: 6:15-9:30 & 1:45-6:15
- Thursday: 6:15-9:30 & 1:45-6:15 (1-2 x per month includes site based meetings until 7:15; on those days the PM shift would start at 2:00 pm)
- Friday: 6:15-9:30 & 2:00-6:15
- NON-SCHOOL DAYS (NSD’s) & SUMMER HOURS:
- Straight 8 hour shifts (some options for split shifts on NSD’s); typically 9:45-6:15 to start
Available for Application: Until Filled
Anticipated Start Date: ASAP
Plan and carry out a daily School Age Child Care program designed to meet the appropriate physical and developmental needs of a diverse group of children. Work as the leader of a team, effectively supervising Paraprofessionals and Aide staff, being sensitive to the needs of individual children, and relating in a positive and appropriate manner to both children and adults.
PRIMARY JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Maintain a safe environment according to health and safety recommendations outlined in State Guidelines. Provide consistent observation of safety and health issues concerning children and staff. Establish a warm, caring environment through the use of age appropriate direct and indirect positive guidance techniques.
- Plan and implement curriculum areas on site that meet the needs of a variety of activity and age levels of children. Specific activity areas are outlined in State Guidelines. Establish a routine that encourages a child’s independence in individual, small and large group settings.
- Establish a positive and friendly relationship with parents/guardians, providing them updated information on a regular basis. Direct negative comments to the Program Coordinators and/or Youth Programs Manager as appropriate.
- Maintain accurate family records. Notify Kids Club enrollment clerk immediately of any changes in student status.
- Coach and evaluate Paraprofessionals team. Perform job evaluations of team members (30/60/90 days for probationary staff; annual for non-probationary staff). Approve absences and payroll for the Paraprofessional team.
- Model appropriate language, dress, behavior guidance and activity participation/preparation.
- Attend Site Supervisor staff meetings. Conduct site-based meetings on a regular basis to share information from the Site Supervisors meetings.
- Work non-school day sessions. Cooperate with co-Site Supervisors to plan, communicate, and implement activities for the non-school days. Supervise the Paraprofessionals during the session.
- Maintain and monitor personal training records to adhere to State Guidelines for training and continuing education (2% of your annual work hours). Participate in district-sponsored training when available and pursue additional training opportunities from associated organizations. Maintain current First Aid and CPR certification.
- Perform job evaluations of team members (30/60/90 days for probationary staff; annual for non-probationary staff).
- Report any suspected abuse or neglect to the Program Coordinators and Youth Programs Manager as well as the Child Protection Services department of the county where child resides.
- Other duties as assigned.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS (EDUCATION, LICENSE, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES):
- Degree in related field of Education or Child Development and/or Child Care OR 2080 hours (1 year @ full-time status) of work experience in a Child Development and/or Child Care setting
- Minimum of 120 documented hours of relevant training in areas such as: child development, child guidance, human relations, communications, recreational programming, (must be approved by Program Coordinators or Youth Programs Manager).
- First aid and CPR certification
- Successful completion of DHS fingerprinting/background check requirements.
- Prompt, regular and reliable attendance
- Competency in performing computer functions, including the use of email, Internet, Microsoft Word and Excel
- Communicates with students, parents, co-workers, supervisors, and the community in a positive and responsive way that is consistently welcoming and enhances effective work relationships.
- Demonstrates an appreciation of diversity in all interactions and job functions.
- Supervisory experience in a SACC environment.