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Summer Camp OST Youth Development Assistant

Part Time

Updated 10 months ago

Paid

FLSA STATUS: PART-TIME or FT; NON-EXEMPT
POSITION SUMMARY
The OST (Out of School Time) Youth Development Assistant is responsible for planning and implementing a wide variety of programs focused on Art, STEM, Healthy Lifestyles, & Literacy. They should ensure that youth development principles are incorporated into programs and activities. They will work under the general supervision of the Program Director. The OST Program Assistant must be available daily to implement programming during daytime hours M-F.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Assists in the planning, implementation and delivery of exciting and engaging programs and activities for youth ages 5-18 with a focus on promoting healthy lifestyles, good character & citizenship, and academic success.
2. Creates and maintains lesson plan and structure learning plans as requested by the Program Director.
3. Assists the Program Director in maintaining youth files including enrollment files, attendance files, and youth surveys
4. Ensures the incorporation of character development, age appropriate and gender-specific programs and activities.
5. Ensures that culturally diverse programs are implemented.
6. Provides guidance and discipline to ensure a safe & positive environment for youth.
7. Maintains and cares for applicable equipment and supplies.
8. Willing to work in a variety of program areas as needed.
9. Assist in the transportation of kids including, but not limited to, driving, van aides, and walking escorts when necessary.
10. Responsible for helping to keep the Clubs clean.
11. All BGCP employees are Mandated Reporters, and must report any suspected Child Abuse or Neglect to their direct supervisor.
QUALIFICATIONS
• Associates degree or 60 college credit hours
• At least 2 years (2,500 hours) of experience in child care, youth development, or education programming required

Positions Available: 45