Location: SAN FRANCISCO, California
Type: Full Time
About Town School: Town School for Boys is a K-8 all boys' independent school located in San Francisco with approximately 400 students, of whom 46% come from self-identified families of color, and a faculty:student ratio of 1:11. Our diverse faculty and staff can be characterized by their warmth, collegiality, and dedication to our mission and values. At Town, learning is prized, love of school is essential, and boyhood is celebrated. For more information, please visit our Town Facts page, read about "Why a Boys' School," or learn about our community of belonging.
Town School for Boys seeks applications for the Director of Extended Day Programs (EDP and LEAP (Learning Enrichment Activities Program)) beginning in the 2023-24 school year. The Director of Extended Day Programs works closely and in collaboration with administration and faculty to operate the after school program.
The Extended Day Program (EDP) provides a safe, fun, and caring environment for approximately 60-80 Lower School students and acts as an extension of the school day before classes start in the morning and after dismissal. The program encourages boys to make friends among grade levels, socioeconomic backgrounds, and cultures, while fostering a love of learning across different activities. These activities include, but are not limited to, sporting games, arts and crafts, cooking projects, engineering tasks, and science experiments, led by EDP teachers, and LEAP (Learning Enrichment Activities Program) which are interest-specific classes taught by faculty members or professionals and specialists from outside the school.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Create systems for and manage program marketing, registration, billing, and collection of program fees
- Lead EDP staff development and facilitate team meetings
- Create and provide feedback for EDP curriculum
- Oversee and implement program development with innovative approaches to instruction and care
- Actively engage with students during program hours (e.g. assisting with homework, supervising play time, and supporting creative projects)
- Communicate and consult with Division Directors regarding any student incidents or issues
- Oversee daily attendance, schedule, arrival, and dismissal of students
- Hire, train, manage, and mentor EDP Team/Staff
- Review EDP Team timesheets, determine work and schedule assignments, secure guest teacher/substitute cover and/or cover assignments as necessary
- Oversee management of facility, logistical needs, inventory supplies, and track expenses
- Maintain communication with parents and guardians, and faculty and administration, for both day-to-day and long term program management
LEAP (Learning Enrichment Activities Program):
- Research, recruit, and employ outside professionals and Town School faculty each semester to provide fun and enriching classes
- Develop and maintain a LEAP payment structure for classes, track invoices, and process payments to programs and faculty
- Maintain communication with parents, faculty, and administration regarding registration, class information, enrollment, and facility use
- Create all registration packets and forms with class information for families each term
- Project anticipated enrollment and expenses for all programs (EDP + LEAP)
- In partnership with the Head of School and CFO create fee structure, track and maintain payment records for registration, and provide receipts for enrollees
- Manage and organize EDP/LEAP and day camp budgets and semester billing
- Work with the Business Office using program software to run, analyze and finalize financial records for monthly reconciliation
- Arrange and coordinate payment for LEAP teachers and vendors
- Arrange and coordinate payroll for Extended Day Teachers and Staff
Desired Qualifications and Skills:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Education or similar field
- Three years of experience working with Elementary school-aged children
- Ability to collaborate and work in a high paced, team environment
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with students and parents/guardians regarding rules, regulations, policies, and procedures
- Technical and computer skills as required for job performance
- Must be able to occasionally lift up to 30 lbs.
- Must be eligible to work in the United States, be able to pass a criminal background check, and be able to provide a TB Risk Assessment Questionnaire completed by a licensed healthcare provider
Non-Discrimination Policy: Town School for Boys admits students of any race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.
Town School for Boys is an equal opportunity employer. Salary and benefits are commensurate with our peer schools in the San Francisco Bay Area and with similar NAIS schools. Please see the employment section of our website for additional information.
Salary Information: At Town, salaries are one component of a compensation package that includes retirement matching, daily lunch, health & dental insurance, and life, AD & LTD insurance. The anticipated full-time annual base salary range the school reasonably expects to pay candidates for the position of Director of Extended Day Programs is $80,000-$105,000, depending on factors such as years of experience. In addition to those factors, we believe the importance of pay equity and consider internal equity without current employees as a part of any final offer.
Please submit materials using the "Apply for this position" button below. Please do not send materials directly elsewhere. Materials should include:
- Cover letter addressing qualifications and interest in the position
- Resume that includes all employment and education information
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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.