The Assistant Site Director at each Campagna Kids (CK) site is responsible for assisting the Site Director with the supervision and management of the program and assuming full responsibility for the management and administration of the site in the absence of the Site Director.
Serves as a member of the Site Team, working to ensure that programs and activities meet the State of Virginia licensing requirements and the accreditation standards of the National AfterSchool Association
Assumes all responsibilities of the Site Director in the absence of the Site Director, including, but not limited to, site management, conduct of activities, supervision of staff, and communication with appropriate school personnel
Manages the morning Campagna Kids program upon request of the Site Director
Prepares and implements the daily schedule and enrichment activities of the CK Program
Tracks attendance and snack count data on a daily basis
Assists with the planning of community events and parent involvement activities
Prepares Incident/Accident Reports as necessary and submits to the Site Director for a timely action per existing policies and procedures
Creates monthly parent newsletter and submits to the Site Director for review and approval
Maintains the Parent Bulletin Board and updates all posted program information
Attends all scheduled and mandatory meetings and training events as well as special events and activities hosted by Campagna Kids or sponsored by The Campagna Center
Attends scheduled PTA meetings at the school in the absence of the Site Director ? Maintains a positive attitude toward work, co-workers, parents, and children and maintains a professional demeanor at all times
Maintains all necessary certifications, including, but not limited to, CPR, First Aid, and Virginia Food Managers Certification
Makes “reasonable accommodations” to meet children’s individual needs, which includes, but is not limited to, changing diapers, assisting with toileting, and cleaning up bodily fluids
Commutes between Campagna Kids sites to provide coverage as requested
Performs additional duties and responsibilities as requested by the Supervisor.
Must meet one of the following qualifications (as stated in Virginia Department of Child-care Licensing Standards)
Six (6) months of experience in a school-age setting, a Graduate Degree in a related field such as Nursing, Elementary Education, Recreation, etc., with at least six (6) credit hours in Child and Youth Development and other areas related to SAC programming.
One (1) year of experience in a school-age setting, a Bachelor’s Degree in a child-related field such as Nursing, Elementary Education, Recreation, etc., with at least six (6) credit hours in Child and Youth Development and other areas related to SAC programming.
One (1) year of programmatic experience, 48 semester hours or 72 quarter hours of college credit from a college or university of which 12 semester hours or 18 quarter hours are in child-related subjects.
Two (2) years’ of experience in a school-age setting with one (1) year in a staff supervisory capacity and one of the following: AA Degree or CDA.
Emotional maturity and flexibility.
Good verbal and written communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with people of all socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. ? Good mediation skills.
High level of personal and professional integrity.
Bachelor’s and/or Graduate Degree.
About The Campagna Center: Campagna Kids
Campagna Kids is a licensed before- and after-school program encouraging creative thinking in children from pre-k through fifth grade. Its programming follows standards developed by the National Afterschool Association and provides small-group learning activities that include chess, science, dance, and drama, as well as math and reading clubs for each grade level.
Campagna Kids offers services to families during the winter and spring breaks as well as during the school year, and implements a summer camp program. We provide services on a sliding-fee scale to accommodate a diverse mix of children. Parents and kids alike rate the program as highly effective, based on evaluation results generated through a third-party evaluation firm.