*This assignment has been identified as vacant due to a resignation/retirement or there is a need for this position due to changing enrollment/registration data.  The functions that will be performed by this position, and the relevant minimum qualifications required, would not necessarily allow for for it to be filled by another Hopkins staff member who has been affected by on-going budget reductions.  Further, the position may be required to be refilled/created due to the nature of the work.  As a result of the essential functions for District programming, it has been determined that this assignment could not be considered for dissolution to aid in management of fiscal resources.  If you have further questions about any posted positions and their impact to organizational programs and resources, please contact Human Resources.

SECTION I:  GENERAL INFORMATION

Start Date: July 2021
Department: 
Community Education
Position TitleYouth Programs Coordinator
Reports to: Director of Community Education and Engagement
Bargaining/Work Unit: Community Education Coordinators
FLSA Status: Exempt (salaried)
 

SECTION II:  JOB SUMMARY
 
The Youth Programs Coordinator is responsible for the management and coordination of all aspects of the youth enrichment; K-12 extended learning (including targeted services); and youth PK-7 out-of-school-time (OST) programs. 

Tasks include creating, planning and implementing new programs and programming; coordinating the preparation and production of program catalogs; marketing of program offerings; developing, coordinating and administering all out-of-school-time programs for youth PK-7, youth enrichment PK-12, and summer and extended day learning opportunities (including targeted services); overseeing the OST Kids & Company program; administering and monitoring program expenditures and budgets; and coordinating professional development opportunities for program staff; and special projects as assigned.
 
SECTION III:  ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Facilitate the hiring and provide supervision of the enrichment and OST program staff according to department and district policies.
  • Provide supervision and direction to the Enrichment Supervisor, Enrichment Specialist, Kids & Company Supervisor, and Kids & Company Account Specialist.
  • Oversee the department registration process, payroll, and revenue/expenses for Enrichment and OST.
  • Manage the development and process of marketing for the enrichment and childcare programs.
  • Provide training, supervision, and performance evaluations for Enrichment Supervisors and Specialists; Youth Enrichment instructors; and OST program staff and volunteers.
  • Oversee the planning and implementation of all out-of-school-time and youth enrichment programming and activities.
  • Collaborate with the Coordinator of Summer and Extended-Learning in the planning of the Club Royal school-year program for targeted services students, and the creation of timelines for program implementation. 
  • Provide direction to the Enrichment Supervisor and assist with the development and coordination of the enrichment component for Summer School (Camp Royal) including production of brochures, budget, hiring and evaluation of staff, registration and reporting processes.
  • Oversee the process for the targeted services and fee-based blended summer program (Camp Royal) including the creation of class offerings, program production, and timelines for implementation.
  • Work with the Kids & Company Supervisor on the coordination, communication, staffing, marketing, classroom designations, and budget of the Kids & Company OST program.
  • Coordinate with the Enrichment, OST, and Facilities teams in planning for before/after school hours, non-school days, inclement weather, and location of summer activities and classes.
  • Provide support to Kids & Company in following quality standards and maintaining accreditation status.
  • Develop and monitor the budgets for youth enrichment, Kids & Company, and Targeted Services programs.
  • Promote, implement and monitor quality customer service plan and skills with program staff.
  • Other responsibilities as may be assigned by the Director of Community Education and Engagement.

SECTION IV:  KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Experience in promoting, advertising, and informing the public of programs, services, classes and other activities.
  • Working knowledge of web-based registration systems, analysis of data, and computer software programs.
  • Knowledge of theories, philosophy and approaches to youth, and OST programs evaluation and supervision.
  • Experience supervising and managing diverse staff and demonstrated ability to work effectively and positively as a member of a management team.
  • Ability to apply problem solving skills in handling program issues and concerns. 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and ability to present to diverse audiences, specifically racially, ethnically, and socioeconomically diverse communities.
  • An understanding of the concepts of institutional and structural racism and bias and their impact on underserved and underrepresented communities.
  • Accomplished customer service skills.  
  • Good fiscal management and organizational skills.
  • Ability to manage time, responsibilities, and assume initiative in problem solving.
  • Ability to work well under pressure.
  • Enthusiastically support the concept of Community Education.

SECTION V:  EDUCATION / CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • College degree required.
  • B.S. in education, business, non-profit management or related field preferred.

 
SECTION VI:  EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-5 years experience in youth programming or related field.
  •  Working knowledge of best practices in youth development and/or school age care.
  •  Demonstrated leadership in Community Education or related field.
  • Experience working directly with people from diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

SECTION VII:  COMPETENCIES AND/OR VALUES COMMON TO ALL POSITIONS

  • Advance the District’s mission and values through careful attention to the key issues of Learning, Environment, and Resources.
  • A clear and demonstrated commitment to the District mission, which is to ensure high quality, innovative, challenging education where all learners are valued and respected.
  • Perform assigned responsibilities in a manner consistent with the District’s established Core Values.

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week; 52 weeks per year
Salary Range*: $74,087 – $96,561 per Hopkins Community Education Coordinator Contract                                                                                                                                                     

*Placement on Salary Range to be based on experience and qualifications