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Assistant Teacher - Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program

Category: Y Achievers - SLLP

Job Type: Seasonal

Start Date: June 24th – August 2nd *Plus an additional 10-16 hrs for training and planning prior to program start date.
FLSA Status:Non-Exempt 20-25 hrs/week Monday – Thursday Morning
Reports to: Site Coordinator Pay Scale: $11 - $13.50 per hour
Revised: February 26, 2019

POSITION SUMMARY:
Under the supervision of the Site Coordinator and in conjunction with the mission of the YMCA, the Summer Learning Loss Assistant Teacher is primarily responsible for assisting the SLLP program Teacher in the implementation and facilitation of the Four Blocks curriculum. The Teacher Assistant reports to the Site Director and assists in the supervision and in the literacy and social development of children ensuring a safe, enriching, and healthy learning environment.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Support teachers in instruction according to the 4 blocks model
• Execute lesson plans as an integral part of the daily program, making changes as they become necessary
• Attend required YMCA training relative to employment and the Summer Learning Loss Prevention program
• Maintain all educational equipment and supplies in good order
• Adhere to all rules, regulations and policies set forth by the YMCA and the program
• Support the mission and philosophy of the YMCA and uphold these principals by day-to-day personal example
• Report difficult or unusual situation as necessary
• Share problems with Site Coordinator for resolution
• Manage appropriate behavior with all children and implement discipline policy
• Attend scheduled staff meetings
 

Child Watch Associate

Category: Child Care - GV YMCA

 

Child Watch Attendants are responsible for providing a safe, caring and enriching environment for member's children to enjoy while their parents use YMCA Facility. All Child Watch staff will be responsible for the overall successful day-to-day running of the Y Child Watch program, as well as be responsible for high-quality childcare. Provides a quality experience to children and parents that focuses on the YMCA values: honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.

 

Enrichment Staff - Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program

Category: Y Achievers - SLLP

Job Type: Seasonal

Start Date: June 24th – August 2nd *Plus an additional 10-16hrs for training and planning prior to program start date.
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt 36-40 hrs/week Monday – Friday
Reports to: Site Coordinator Pay Scale: $10 - $11.50 per hour
Revised: February 26, 2019

POSITION SUMMARY:
Provides direct supervision of a group of children in first, second, and third grade. Provide a quality experience to children and parents focused on YMCA core values: honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Supervise a group of children with a creative, fun, positive attitude.
  • Implement program activities and curriculum that is culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate, addresses summer learning loss components in conjunction with Montana Core Standards, and are consistent with YMCA values.
  • Adheres to program standards including safety and cleanliness standards.
  • Attends staff meetings and trainings.
  • Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention, and emergencies.
  • Maintains positive relations with parents and other staff. Models relationship-building skills in all interactions.
 

FT Early Learning Associate Teacher

Category: Child Care - GV YMCA

Job Type: Full-Time

Collaborates with and supports primary teacher in lesson planning and daily routines. Provides direction for the program and classroom, and assists in the implementation of program curriculum. Provides a quality experience to children and parents that focuses on the YMCA values: honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Implements curriculum within the established guidelines.
  • Designs and implements daily lesson/activity plans.
  • Follows guidelines on parent communication routines to ensure effective communication about daily activities, nap, eating habits, progress and skills that are being worked on, etc.
  • Supervises the children, classroom, and all activities.
  • Makes ongoing, systematic observations and evaluations of each child and reports observations to the Lead teacher.
  • Maintains program site and equipment.
  • Maintains required program records.
  • Attends and participates in family nights, program activities, staff meetings, and staff professional development opportunities.
  • Participates in required annual training to continue to grow as an educator and professional.
  • Changes diapers/or soiled undergarments of infants and toddlers.
  • Help with mealtimes and snacks for children. Ensures dietary restrictions of children in the classroom are known to all staff and/volunteers.

 

Lead Teacher - Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program

Category: Y Achievers - SLLP

Job Type: Seasonal

Start Date: June 24th – August 2nd *Plus an additional 10-16 hrs for training and planning prior to program start date.
FLSA Status:Non-Exempt 20-25 hrs/week Monday – Thursday Morning
Reports to: Site Coordinator
Pay Scale: $13.50 - $15 per hour
Revised: February 26, 2019

POSITION SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Site Coordinator and in conjunction with the mission of the YMCA, the Summer Learning Loss Teacher will be responsible for planning, implementing and supervising morning educational activities for students participating in the program, providing each participant with the opportunity to develop physically, mentally, spiritually and socially.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Develop lesson plans for scheduled program times to include provisions for safety and participant ages and abilities
  • Execute lesson plans as an integral part of the daily program, making changes as they become necessary
  • Attend required YMCA training relative to employment and the Summer Learning Loss Pilot programming
  • Maintain all educational equipment and supplies in good order
  • Adhere to all rules, regulations and policies set forth by the YMCA and the program
  • Support the Christian mission and philosophy of the YMCA and uphold these principles by day-to-day personal example
  • Report difficult or unusual situations as necessary
  • Share problems with Site Coordinator for resolution
  • Manage appropriate behavior with all children and implement discipline policy
  • Provide direction to the Teacher Assistant and Site Coordinator in the classroom
  • Attend scheduled staff meetings
 

Site Coordinator - Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program

Category: Y Achievers - SLLP

Job Type: Seasonal

 

Start Date: June 24th – August 2nd *Plus an additional 40-50 hrs for training and planning prior to program start date.
FLSA Status:Non-Exempt 36-40 hrs/week Monday – Friday
Reports to: Associate Executive Director
Pay Scale: $13.50 - $15.50 per hour
Revised: February 26, 2019

POSITION SUMMARY:
Under the supervision of the Associate Executive Director and in conjunction with the mission of the YMCA, the Site Director will be responsible for planning, organizing, implementing and supervising the Y Achievers Summer Learning Loss Prevention program, providing each participant with the opportunity to develop physically, mentally, spiritually and socially.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
The SLLP program Site Coordinator must have the competencies, skills and proven leadership ability to successfully carry out the YMCA mission, goals and vision for serving the community. Other important responsibilities include the following:
1. Administers the day-to-day operation of the SLLP program, ensuring compliance with the prescribed fidelity and quality markers.
2. Hires or Designates, supervises, and coaches teaching staff, enrichment leaders, and volunteers.
3. In partnership with the school staff, promotes program and student recruitment to ensure targeted population and optimal enrollment.
4. Maintains on-going communication and collaboration with Associate Executive Director, appropriate Y staff, school’s administration, and community partners to successfully implement the program.
5. Administers STAR testing.
6. Prepares program schedule and plans for snacks and meals.
7. Evaluates program quality and fidelity, implementing necessary steps to remedy weaknesses according to Y-USA measurement and evaluation guidelines.
8. Ensures timely reporting to Y-USA measurement and evaluation requirements.
9. Assists in developing and monitoring the program’s budget and ordering supplies.
10. Plans and conducts orientation and workshops to engage parents/caregivers.
11. Provides ongoing communication with the parents/caregivers.
12. Attends required trainings and participates in support calls as needed.
13. Collects and shares “Bright Spots” – stories of impact from your program.
14. Develops relationships with school and community stakeholders to communicate the goals of the SLLP and ongoing concerns about student needs.
15. Upholds and exemplifies the YMCA’s Core Values and principles of Character Development.