We have an exciting position available here at the center, the Youth OST Coordinator position.
This Coordinator has a variety of opportunities to help shape the education of our students; to include our After School and Summer Camp!
Interested applicants are invited to emails Resume/CVs to [email protected]
Position: Part-Time Youth OST Coordinator
35 Hrs Weekly
The Clarkston Community Center opened its doors in 1994 as a nonprofit multicultural community center in Clarkston, Georgia located in Dekalb County. We are a meeting place for long-term residents, families, and individuals not born in the U.S. We pride ourselves on offering unique experiences, educational resources, and valuable tools that foster community while celebrating cultural diversity.
Under the supervision of the Director of Education & Programs, the Part-Time Youth OST Coordinator is responsible for the supervision and coordination of the afterschool program, summer camp program, and supervision of the stated programs’ staff and volunteers. The Coordinator is directly responsible for planning and organizing all daily activities of the CCC Afterschool Quiet Zone 2.0 program & Clarkston STEAM Plus Summer Camp as well as working with the Director of Education & Programs in the planning and execution of the afterschool & summer camp program. In addition, this position is responsible for supervising students (K - 12th grades) and volunteer staff (tutors, visiting presenters, etc.), implementing curriculum, and administrative tasks. The Youth OST Coordinator is expected to work 35 hours weekly during the school year (Fall & Spring Semesters) and 40 hours weekly during the summer (June & July).
- Exceptional organizational and communication skills
- Must be able to work in accordance with deadlines
- Prior work experience in a culturally diverse setting
- Reliable transportation
- Must possess basic knowledge and understanding of school-aged children and childhood/adolescent development
- Must be 18 years or older
- Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent
- Must have a minimum of 1 - 3 years of work experience in working with children in the field of education (preferably elementary, middle school, and or high school students)
- Someone who is a self-starter, leader, and able to operate independently of the Director of Education & Programs
- Must be able to communicate efficiently through phone, email, and in-person
- Must be tech-savvy
- Must have intermediate experience utilizing the following: Microsoft Office Suite, Google Drive Suite
- Must pass a background check
- Must be on time, well-presented, professionally dressed, and ready to perform the job efficiently each day
- Must be open-minded and welcoming to all communities we serve (diverse environment)
- Provide good leadership to the students, the staff, and the program
- Have class presenters, lessons, and activities planned in advance of the week
- Accommodate program lessons and activities to student’s needs, with consideration of varying age groups and education levels
- Actively seek out presenters, instructors, partnerships, activities, etc. to help best develop our students
- Provide proper communication and regular updates to our Director of Education & Programs
- Perform necessary administrative tasks such as student registration, room prep, etc.
- Maintain 100% accountability of students & tutors attending the afterschool & summer camp program
- Provide additional tutoring and/or assistance to students if needed
- Assist in the completion of grant reports and applications (data collection & research)
- Perform additional job duties as requested by the supervisor.
Expected Work Hours & Days
Mondays - Thursdays (11:30AM - 6:30PM)
Fridays (9am - 4pm)
35 hours per week
Salary/Wage: $15-$17 (Based upon Experience)
Please send resumes [email protected]