Athletics/PE, Dean of Students, Elementary Teacher
4 Year Degree
Town School for Boys, a K-8 Independent Day School located in San Francisco, is seeking applicants for the Associate Director of Extended Day Programs position for the 2019-2020 school year starting immediately.
The Associate Director of Extended Day Programs will assist in the administration and supervision of the Extended Day Programs in accordance with school policies and program guidelines. This individual will also be asked to perform the duties of the Director of Extended Day Programs in the Director’s absence. The ideal candidate has flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands, an openness to feedback, and a desire to grow professionally.
This position is 87.5%FTE Monday - Friday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm, competitive pay, and benefits.
The Extended Day Programs (EDP) is a safe, fun, and inclusive play space after school for our K-4th grade students. A blend of structured and self-directed activities allow students to interact with peers across grade levels, socioeconomic backgrounds, and culture. A heavy focus is placed on developing the social-emotional skills in our students while supporting their character development, both valuable characteristics for the 21st century.
Students are encouraged to be creative and innovative during self-directed play while providing the opportunity to engage in structured play if desired. Structured activities include but are not limited to sporting games, arts and crafts, cooking projects, engineering projects, and science experiments led by EDP Teachers. The Extended Day Program strives to support the school day program in fostering a love of learning by exposing students to many areas of study.
Duties and Responsibilities Include:
Assist Program Director with program marketing, registration, billing, and collection of program fees
Review EDP Team timesheets, determine work and schedule assignments, secure guest teacher/substitute coverage and/or cover assignments as necessary
Document and enter medical incidents in the school’s health portal
Review EDP Team supply request needs for the Extended Day Programs; assist with monitoring expenses of the Extended Day Program; conduct annual inventory of program materials
Team and Program Development
Assist Program Director with staff development, participate and assist in the facilitation of EDP team meetings
Review and provide feedback for extended day program curriculum in collaboration with EDP Lead Teacher
Assist Program Director with program development and innovative approaches to instruction and care; co-lead implementation
Student Supervision and Engagement
Provide student supervision and circulate amongst the EDP program, supporting EDP Team as needed
Actively engage with students during program hours, such as assist students with homework help, supervise play time, and support creative projects
Communicate and follow-up with parents/guardians about EDP student behavior, keep Director apprised of incidents and issues
Desired Qualifications and Skills Include:
Bachelor’s Degree in Education or a similar field required
Must be eligible to work in the United States, be able to pass a criminal background check, and provide a TB Risk Assessment Questionnaire completed by a licensed health care provider
3-years of experience working with school-aged children
Youth Development Experience
Enjoys working with and has strong knowledge of basic needs and characteristics of students K-8
Knowledge of curriculum planning, instructional techniques, classroom management in a multi-age after school program setting
Strong oral and written communication skills
Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with students and parents/guardians regarding rules, regulations, policies, and procedures
Organization and Management Skills
Strong organization skills and attention to detail
Capable of working independently as well as collaboratively on a high-functioning team
Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately, capable of analyzing situations carefully and adopting an effective course of action
Must be able to occasionally lift up to 30 pounds.
About Town School for Boys
Since its founding in 1939, Town School for Boys has specialized in educating, nurturing, and celebrating boys. Town provides a rich, challenging, and rigorous educational experience that directly serves the distinctive learning styles, energy levels, and developmental needs of boys in grades K-8. The school cultivates integrity, sensitivity, empathy, and respect in its boys; values diversity, equity, and inclusion; and prepares students to become productive citizens of a constantly evolving world. Town’s faculty and staff are dedicated to advancing the school’s mission, philosophy and core values. Distinguishing features of Town School include its engaging curricula, warm faculty and staff, supportive parent network, and the diversity of interests and backgrounds represented in its student and alumni bodies.