Job Title: Director of EC and Auxiliary Programming
Department: After School Programming
Supervisor: Head of School
FLSA: Exempt (Salaried)
General Job Description:
St. Anne’s Episcopal school seeks candidates for the Director of Extended Care and Auxiliary Programming who will add to the racial, cultural, and gender identity of the school community. The best candidates will be energetic, flexible and creative individuals that will bring ideas on the expansion and growth of the program. Extended Care runs from 7:00-7:30 AM and 3:45 to 6:00PM each school day. Summer programs run a minimum of 4 weeks in the summer with 8 hours each day. This is a 30 hour week position and has benefits.
Develop the programming, including training and supervising of the extended caregivers. Coordinate the staffing to provide a robust and engaging combination of after school programming and extended care during the school year. Develop the programming, including training and supervision of the summer camp counselors and caregivers. Coordinate the staffing to provide a robust and vibrant summer program of at least four weeks that is ready for promotion and marketing in January for the upcoming summer. Prepare billing for coordination with Business Office procedures.
Assist in planning, organizing, and executing after school programming during the school year, including the teacher-sponsored clubs as well as the half and full day child care on in-service days
Meet with teachers and other program providers to develop programming that reaches a broad audience of PS - gr. 8 options·
Hire and supervise the support staff to cover the after-school program
Hire, train, and manage the support staff / counselors to cover the camp portion of the summer program
Ensure employees track their hours on the time sheets supplied by the Business Office
Turn in all payroll related documents to Business Office in accordance with published schedule
Coordinate and oversee the day-to-day management of and requisition for snacks, supplies, equipment, and facilities for all after school, in-service activities, and summer camp and related activities
Create and publish promotional materials for extended care, clubs, and summer programming for the communications team to include in our outreach to our community
Organize the registration process for all programs in conjunction with the Business Office
Coordinate all program space needs with the Business Office.
Other duties as assigned in support of the school’s mission
Candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, philosophy statement, and a list of five professional references. References will not be contacted without applicant approval as well as the application and background screening forms below to Employment@stannesde.org.
Applications are being accepted until February 14, 2019.
Qualifications for the Job:
Education: Bachelor’s Degree Required
Experience: Three to five years of teaching, camp counselor, and/or management experience
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of people in a diverse community
Ability to make administrative and procedural decisions and judgments on sensitive,
Strong organizational skills and effective time management
Knowledge of first aid and CPR training
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Google products
Requires long periods of standing. Must be able to lift 25 lbs.
About St. Anne's Episcopal School
St. Anne’s Episcopal School, a coeducational, Preschool - grade 8 day school serving 251 students, was founded in 2002 with the support of St. Andrew’s School and the Episcopal Diocese of Delaware. Located on 125 acres just 30 minutes south of Wilmington and 50 minutes from the Philadelphia Airport, St. Anne's is situated in a growth community (Middletown) and has drawn students from 3 states and 12 counties.
The St. Anne’s Episcopal School mission states that we "prepare students for secondary education and lifelong learning. We strive to enhance the intellectual, spiritual, physical, social, and artistic growth of our students so that they may realize their potential for good as citizens of local and world communities." Our life together centers around a commitment to academic excellence, respect for one another, responsibility for ourselves and our community, and compassion for others. The school embraces diversity in all facets of our life together. We work to teach good stewardship of our campus and our environment. The spiritual growth of members of our community is nurtured through daily devotions, weekly chapels and religion classes at all grades. Our strategic vision s...peaks of our school as a place where children are know, loved, challenged, and inspired for the future.