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Children First/CIS Part-Time Learning Center Site Leader

Are you an upbeat person who is great with a diverse group of K-5th graders in an after-school setting? Local non-profit Children First/Communities In Schools is currently seeking to fill the position of Part-Time Learning Center Site Leader as a co-leader in our after-school learning center at Woodridge. We are looking to fill this position ASAP so look through the details and if interested and available Mon-Fri from 1:30-6:00 and some weekends, then send resume & cover letter to

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EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Hourly, non-exempt. Part-time. Must be available during center operating hours 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday; a few weekends, evenings, and full time (8-5PM) during nine weeks of summer camp

PURPOSE/OBJECTIVE: To assist the Learning Center Coordinator and co-leaders in planning and implementing Learning Center after-school and summer camp programs.


·         High school education.

·         Experience working with children.

·         Have or obtain current lifeguard certification

·         Ability to drive a 14 passenger mini bus; have 5 years driving experience



·         Interact with children on an individual, small and large group level.

·         Insure the supervision, care, and safety of children at all times.

·         Facilitate activities and prepare and sets up supplies as needed.

·         Implement behavior guidance techniques

·         Prepare, serve, and clean up snacks and other meals if needed.

·         Complete all paperwork in a timely fashion; activity sheets, attendance, behavior guidance, incident reports, parent contacts, etc.

·         Attend staff meetings and trainings.



·         Ability to project a positive professional image of the Children First/CIS to the community.

·         Ability to maintain the center at or above Children First/CIS standards.

·         Ability to work with diverse populations with an outgoing, friendly, and welcoming manner.

·         Ability to develop a harmonious working relationship with supervisors, employees, volunteers, community partners, and the general public.

·         Flexible work style that can accommodate diverse needs of children, work interruptions, and crisis calls.

·         An open and creative mind that will be receptive to new and innovative ideas.

·         An ability to give and receive information effectively orally and in writing.

·         Ability to perform duties with considerable independence of action, decision making, and to make correct application of policies and procedures.

·         Ability to plan, organize, direct, and prioritize areas of responsibility.

·         Ability to do light to heavy lifting and have good physical health and endurance.

·         Ability to maintain a clean, safe, and visually pleasing atmosphere for children.


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