Community Education | Out of School Time Program Specialist | District-wide


Description:  The out of school time (OST) program specialist provides back up support to the site coordinator for all OST programs including school age care, 21st Century Grant programming, youth enrichment, and targeted services enrichment opportunities focusing on delivering high quality programming. This position is a member of the OST leadership team. We are currently looking for two elementary positions. One position will be located at Emmet D Williams (AM shift) & Edgeton Elementary (PM shift) (6:30-11am and 3-6pm on most days) & the second postion will be located at District Wide and will float to all locations through out the year (6:30-11am and 3-6pm on most days). These are a 12-month, 8-hour a day, 40-hour a week position. There will be some occasional morning, evening and weekend work required.

Job Summary:  Responsibilities include: development and implementation of programming for youth in grades K-8, direct child time, family communication, youth leadership, school day alignment, supply shopping, assisting with staff direction and support, behavior management, special needs support, marketing and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: 2 years of post secondary school is required and a 4 year degree is preferred. Knowledge and experience with school age youth is necessary.

The ideal candidate can demonstrate: creative programming ideas for youth, professionalism, good communication, problem solving, a positive attitude and comfort with technology.

Working Conditions: Must be able to lift 20 lbs and have own vehicle.  Position requires that you have your own transportation for such things as  shopping and off site meetings.

Compensation:¬†Starting hourly rate of $19.50-$21.00 ‚Äď plus a district contribution to health insurance and other benefits.¬†These positions quailfy for Great Start Compension Grant bonus pay monthly.

Application Procedure:  Apply online at:  Posting will be open until filled.

Equity Vision:  Roseville Area Schools is committed to ensuring an equitable and respectful educational experience for every student, family, and staff member, regardless of race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, ability, home or first language, religion, national origin, age, or physical appearance.  Roseville Area Schools seeks individuals who embody this commitment.