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  • St. Louis City
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  • Organization Type: Human/Social Services

Northside Youth and Senior Service Center Inc.

Manage after-school programs at Peabody Elementary School averaging 48 youth daily.  The manager is responsible for staffing, contract compliance, fiscal reimbursements and other aspects of the program to ensure licensure requirements are met and a high quality program is in place.  Manage the after-school computer program on site.  The computer program entails supervising a part-time staff person and ensuring the program is run smoothly daily.  Additionally, manage the eight-week day summer camp.

Please e-mail Sandra Norman with a resume and cover letter at


·         Bachelor’s Degree (majoring in Early Childhood or Child Development twelve of the hours must be in child-related courses; or twenty-four months experience and twelve (12) college semester hours in child-related courses).

·         Must have DHSS Childcare Director Certification or able to obtain it

·         Clear City and County police background check.

·         Register with the Missouri Family Care Safety Registry within 10 days of employment.  (Northside Youth and Senior Services Inc. will pay for associated fees)

·         Must undergo Missouri State Highway Patrol Fingerprint background check

·         Have a physical assessment report including tuberculosis status assessment signed by a licensed physician or registered professional nurse and Hepatitis A shot within thirty (15) days of employment.  (Northside Youth and Senior Services Inc. will pay for associated fees up to $35.00)

·         Must obtain twelve (12) clock hours of approved child care/afterschool program related training during each year of employment.

·         Must be certified in Pediatric CPR and First Aid.  Training hours can be counted toward twelve (12) clock hours.

·         Strong verbal and written communication.


Experience with DHSS Bureau of Childcare Licensure, excellent interpersonal and communications skills.  Must be extremely organized, computer literate and have previous background in supervision and program leadership.  Experience working in the St. Louis Public School a plus.  Candidate should have knowledge of working with inner-city youth.  A valid driver’s license is required and ability to drive a 12 passenger van is required.

Broad Responsibilities:

·         Represent the agency at various networking meetings

·         Able to relate and correspond to all funders affiliated with ARCHS and other funders associated with afterschool programs

·         Strong verbal and written communications

·         Plan interactive activities for parents in afterschool programs

·         Create all marketing materials for recruitment

·         Manage program volunteers and track volunteer hours

·         Maintain and strengthen relationship with school’s principal

·         Analyze program data and prepare outcomes for reporting

·         Ensure compliance with Department of Health And Senior Services

·         Manage the meal program at both sites

·         Manage 8 week summer camp

Specific Responsibilities:

·         Supervise 4 staff

·         Work with principal and other staff in the afterschool programs

·         Work with contracted agencies such as St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis University and others

·         Monthly ARCHS reporting

·         Grant reporting for all funds received associated with afterschool programs and summer camp

·         Ensure all student records are up to date

·         Consult with parents, teachers, tutors and other school staff to facilitate best learning strategies for students

·         Complete annual performance evaluations for all 4 staff

·         All other duties as assigned


Education and Experience:  Bachelor’s Degree

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Have knowledge and understanding of human relationships.  Ability to provide resources and services to not only support change in the individual but also in his/her environment as well.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to reach with hands, arms and stand, talk or hear; walk; and use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate office equipment.  The employee is regularly required to sit; stoop, kneel, reach, and lift.

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.


The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job i.e. The noise level in the work environment is moderately loud talking.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions, providing a non-hardship to the agency.