Family & Child Empowerment Services (FACES) SF provides families who live and work in San Francisco with high-quality early childhood education and enrichment; job support, training, and placement; and comprehensive family support services and referrals. Our mission is to empower families who live and work in San Francisco to transform their futures through evidence-based educational and economic opportunities.
FACES SF seeks a Site Coordinator for our school-age program, BASECAMP, which is offered before and after school and during the summer at our Bayview campus to 65-90 elementary school participants. The BASECAMP Site Coordinator provides day-to-day oversight of the afterschool and summer program, supervises school-age teachers, and serves as the lead contact for parents and caregivers. The Site Coordinator also partners closely with the Bayview Campus Director on program design, contract compliance and other administrative duties, and ensuring high quality, safe academic and enrichment curricula. This is a full-time, exempt position.
What You’ll Do
- Coordinate and deliver quality, engaging out-of-school time (summer, before and after school) programming for children in TK-6th grades
- Assist in hiring, training, and supervising part-time teachers, contractors, and volunteers
- Work collaboratively with FACES Enrollment Team, neighborhood schools, community-based partners, and program staff to recruit and enroll 65-90 program participants
- Implement program values and community guidelines to respect and honor cultural diversity, including effectively supporting English learners and students with special needs
- Support children’s growth in key developmental areas (social-emotional, language and literacy, cognitive, and physical) and provide positive guidance
- Work closely with Campus Director and Family Resource team to plan and host community events for students and families
- Establish positive and meaningful relationships with parents/guardians to meet their needs and expectations for the program and to best support participants
- Partner with Campus Director to build and strengthen relationships with local schools through regular meetings with school staff and other after school partners to ensure program is operating at capacity and in alignment with academic goals
- Partner with Family Resource team and Education Coordinator to support Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings for participants
- Research and train staff on best practices and resources from the out-of-school time field; facilitate and attend in-service trainings, meetings, and professional development workshops
- Assist in employee performance assessments, annual reviews, and improvement plans
- Monitor teacher (including substitutes) schedules, time sheets, and paid time off
- Support Human Resources team to ensure equitable, productive, and safe workplace for program teachers and staff
- Perform required data entry and reporting to comply with funding and contract requirements, including participant attendance, assessments, and registration
- Assist children’s transition and transportation to and from neighborhood schools
You have a solid mix of the following knowledge, ability, skills and experience:
- Five plus years of experience working in an out-of-school time programming for elementary age children
- Two plus years of experience supervising and inspiring staff
- Knowledge and experience in child/youth development (child development education a plus!)
- Ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with diverse community of co-workers, families, and partners
- Ability to maintain boundaries and communicate effectively with school-age children
- Ability to connect with and motivate children genuinely and with positive reinforcement
- Ability to motivate, excite and spark curiosity and well-being among students and teachers
- Strong organization, oral/ written communication, problem solving, and leadership skills
- Track record of creating a supportive, creative, and consistent learning environment
- Ability to meet required state, federal, local, and CDC standards (including but not limited to fingerprint clearance, negative TB test, First Aid, CPR)
- Ability to bend, lift, and move up to 20 lbs
- Bilingual (Spanish/English) a plus!
- A deep commitment to aligning all program practices to FACES SF values, especially around equity, inclusion, and belonging for all our stakeholder
- Strong passion for and a desire to humbly reflect and grow in pursuit of our mission
- A sense of humor- we believe joy and justice go hand in hand!
What We Offer
- Annual salary between $70,000-$83,000 based on qualifications and experience
- Healthcare premiums 100% paid for employees and 25% paid for dependents
- Three weeks of vacation, ten sick days, ten paid holidays, and a paid one-week winter closure between Christmas and New Year’s
- A retirement plan with employer match up to 7% of your salary
- Ongoing professional development
- A chance to positively impact the lives of young children and their families
- A fun, dynamic and collaborative working environment
- Being part of a movement to achieve educational and economic justice
To apply: Please send your resume and brief note re: your interest in this role to email@example.com
FACES SF is a welcoming workplace for all. We embrace diversity in every form- race and culture, gender identity, sexuality, country of origin, religion, and/or ability. Candidates with diverse backgrounds and lived experiences are strongly encouraged to apply.
FACES SF is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.