The Harlem Peacemaker program is a youth development program, which focuses on training college aged individuals and providing opportunities for them to give back to their community. The program provides additional staff to schools and offers after school and summer programs to ensure that elementary students have a safe environment for learning, enrichment, and recreation. The program provides several services to children and families. We are currently seeking to hire two Site Supervisors to assist in managing the day to day programming. The Site Supervisor will act as a liaison between HCZ and the Department of Education and the Site Supervisors report directly to the Site Supervisor.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage day- to –day programming
Act as a liaison between HCZ and the Department of Education
Supervise and evaluate staff
Submit budgets for the program
Collaborate with volunteers and HCZ representatives from various sites
Manage AmeriCorps intern service and training hours
Submit weekly narratives and program reports to the Site Supervisor.
Facilitate, in coordination with Site Supervisor, staff trainings and meetings
Keep the Site Supervisor abreast of incidents and staff issues
Oversee the management of the SMART program information in the Social Solutions ETO software database for the assigned site
Compile and maintain information pertaining to the assigned site
Research and participate in trainings designed to enhance performance
Comply with various Harlem Children’s Zone and AmeriCorps initiatives
Must be able to work at least one Saturday per month and some late nights.
Additional responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
Maintenance of the Out Of School Time initiative and Database
Maintenance of The After- School Corporation contract and Database
Maintenances of the SDPP funded students and compiling relevant contractual information
Qualification, Skills and Knowledge Requirements:
Must possess a Bachelor’s degree
The ideal candidate should have a passion for the mission of the Harlem Children's Zone
A specific interest in higher education
Be creative and possess strong organizational and communication skills, verbal and written.