Site Director-Part-Time Position ($18.43—$19.23/hour) 18-20 hours per week. Includes additional cell phone stipend.
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TRANSFORM CHILDREN AND COMMUNITIES
The Leaven, a fast-growing nonprofit organization headquartered in Fairfield, California, is seeking a Site Director in the Concord community.
The Site Director will maintain and operate on a daily basis an after-school center for at-risk elementary-age students. The centers operate either four days a week from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m or five days a week from 3:00 - 5:00
p.m. The Site Director must love children and have a desire to see them overcome obstacles and succeed in school, and he/she must also be committed to share the love of Christ through the ministry of service in the community. The Site Director is expected to contribute to building community support through active participation in meetings, community events, and interacting with local government, community organizations and the faith community.
Overseeing the planning and implementation of an educational program which meets the developmental needs of the whole child (i.e., spiritual, physical, intellectual, social and emotional)
Actively seeking to help children through creative programming, cooperation with local authorities and
property owners and hands-on involvement.
Ensuring that the center is neat, orderly and properly maintained at all times
Developing a comfortable, trusting relationship with each student and their family
Training and supervising volunteers
Engaging and partnering with school officials for the benefit of the students
Assisting in fundraising as appropriate
Being an ambassador to represent The Leaven in the community
- Any combination of 2 years experience working in a non-profit, school based, or youth serving agency or an undergraduate degree and experience.
- Recommended 48 units of college credits, or an AA degree.
- 2 years experience providing direct service to diverse youth.
- Proficiency in K-5 education (Will be tested via online data base to show proficiency)
- Experience implementing, managing, and evaluating projects
- Ability to work effectively with diverse staff, parents and community members.
- Experience in recruiting and mobilizing volunteers
- for community outreach
- Active participation in an evangelical Christian church within the local community
Applicants must be gifted in teaching, mentoring and leadership, and have exemplary references.
PROCESSApplication: Complete and submit an application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or a Leaven staff member.
The Leaven’s personnel team will review all applications and determine which candidates to invite for an interview. Final applicants will be invited to complete an internet- based assessment to measure the personality, behavior, and attitudes of the applicant to ensure probability of success in a specific position. A decision will be rendered as soon as possible.
Start date will include an orientation (date to be determined) and on-site training (Monday-Thursday from 2:00-5PM) at an instructional training center.
The Leaven desires to have a balanced screening and hiring process. We appreciate you honoring our process, and assure you we will honor your candidacy with the same due diligence we give to each applicant.
The Leaven is an Equal Opportunity Employer as
2220 Boynton Avenue, Suite A Fairfield, CA 94533
855-622-5439 (toll free)
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