Youth Leader (Madison Creek Elementary)
Submitted on December 11, 2012 at 9:54 AM
Company: YMCA Fun Company
Brief Company Description: Consistent with the Christian mission and Vision of the YMCA of Middle Tennessee, and in cooperation with other YMCA staff, under the direction of the School Age Site Director, the School Age Youth Leader is responsible for developing and implementing activities and executing daily lesson plans for the School Age Before and After School sites and Summer Programs. The School Age Youth Leader will work with other site staff to foster children’s social, physical, spiritual, and mental growth.
(615) 826 - 6389
Job Type: Part time
Start Date: January 01, 2013
Education Level: High school
No experience required
Minimum 18 years of age • Pre-hire: complete YMCA of Middle TN application for employment, new hire packet and Praesidium Child Abuse Detection / Prevention training • Before first shift: Required Before Start of Shift / Upon hire: DHS Background Disclosure Form & Fingerprints, Abuse Registry Check, DHS Physical health form, DHS fingerprint appt., three letters of reference, CEO parts 1 and 2, First Aid, CPR and BBP • Within 30 days of hire: DHS 1st Steps • Within the first year: must meet annual training requirements including TECTA •Insure the safety of all children at all times including roll taking and counting of participants. •Direct a group of 15 to 20 (DHS maximum is 20) children in activities outlined by the site director either inside or outside program areas. •Assist in developing and implementing a quality curriculum that meets YMCA guideline •Maintain daily record keeping and adhere to all guidelines. •Attend all staff meetings and in-service training as required by the program staff. •Participate in YMCA volunteer programs, sustaining, United Way, and the annual We Build People Campaign. •Assist in controlling and maintaining supplies and inventory on site. •Assist in monitoring licensing standards at the Fun Company site to ensure the maintenance of all quality standards. •Maintain positive relationships with YMCA personnel and administration. •Assist in maintaining citywide policies and procedures. •Assume duties as directed by the site director.
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