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Substitute Site Supervisor – After School Program ASES

Website Lake County Office of Education

Job Summary:

Works independently under the general supervision of the Program Director, operate and maintain an after school program to the standards set by the Child Development Division of the California Department of Education, Community Care LicensingTitle 22 and Lake County Office of Education’s terms. Site Supervisor is responsible to develop and implement a curriculum and maintain an environment that is safe, appropriate and meets the individual needs of the children enrolled in the program. Responsible for the direct supervision of all children enrolled in the after school program, as well as the direct supervision of all staff members, including parent volunteers. Facilitates and maintains program organization through appropriate and accurate record keeping and reporting requirements.

Essential Duties: (Incumbents may perform any combination of the essential functions shown below. The position description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties, knowledge, or abilities associated with this classification, but it is intended to accurately reflect the principal job elements.)
 Follows Lake County Office of Education’s procedures and policies.
 Assumes responsibility for planning indoor and outdoor activities and routines which:

 Are safe and secure
 Prevent accidents
 Promote problem solving and learning
 Are developmentally appropriate
 Promote growth in all developmental areas
 Reflect children’s learning styles
 Meets the needs of all children

 Ensures the respect for the backgrounds and needs of all children, families and staff are included in program planning and implementation.
 Develops and implements emergency procedures as well as universal health precautions.
 Ensures that all program policies and procedures follow a professional code of ethics (e.g. NAEYC).
 Communicates positively and actively develops reciprocal relationships with staff, volunteers, parents and children. Works cooperatively with all staff, provides supervision and helps to promote a positive atmosphere in the office and centers, actively addresses any form of prejudice and discrimination and promotes acceptance and understanding of all cultures.
 Plans and implements a schedule and curriculum that is age appropriate, literacy based and supports the school site’s academic goals and objectives.
 Attend 90% of monthly staff meetings as well as participation in on-site and off-site learning opportunities in accordance with a professional needs and interests.
 Implements procedures for ongoing staff and program evaluation.
 Work as part of a team and collaborate with colleagues.
 Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
 Invite information, constructive criticism and cooperation from others.
 Establish rapport and gain the trust of others.
Maintain equanimity in the face of resistance, indifference or hostility.
 Work effectively in a strong service environment, under pressure, and submit to changing priorities.
 All other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of:
 Title 22 licensing requirements
 The preparation, maintenance and monitoring of a budget that reflects the goals and objectives of the after school program
 A variety of community services needed by families, including health, social services, mental health, developmental and family support services
 Different teaching styles that are needed to meet the children’s emotional and intellectual needs
 Appropriate food handling procedures
 Universal health precautions
 Appropriate curriculum and activities for the school-age child
 Positive reinforcement techniques

Ability to:
 Comply with applicable laws and regulations
 Enforce the non-discrimination policy at all levels
 Examine and evaluate own leadership style and its impact on the culture of the organization and the children and families served
 Maintain confidentiality regarding all personal information about children, families and staff
 Model a professional code of ethics to all staff
 Articulate the program’s philosophy
 Read, comprehend, and complete state forms
 Establish priorities, to organize tasks, meet deadlines, and manage time to effectively meet the goals of the program
 Strategically plan for program effectiveness
 Follow established guidelines for collecting fees, applications and all other required documents necessary for program operation

Education and Experience:
 Must possess a state-recognized high school diploma
 Based on grant funding, all ASES employees must have equivalence of two years’ college completion, A.A. Degree, or pass Paraprofessional Exam administered by the Lake County Office of Education. To take the exam, please contact Human Resources at 262-4151.

 12 units at an approved college or university that will include courses that cover the general areas of child growth and development, or human growth and development; child, family and community, or child and family; and program/curriculum
 Six semester units in administration or staff relations
 Two years or more of Site Supervisor experience in a multi-grade after school program.

Licenses and Other Requirements:
 All employees must have Tuberculosis (TB) Screening/Certification.
 Must pass background check through Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI). The agency also receives subsequent arrest information from DOJ if any penal code infractions occur.
 Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR certification required at time of hire or within 30 days of hire date.
 Possess a valid California driver’s license and availability of an automobile with the liability coverage required by LCOE policy.

Salary: Appropriate placement on Classified After School Salary Schedule, Range 04. Salary schedule can be found on LCOE website at: under Human Resources.

Working Conditions: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disability to perform the essential functions.

Physical Abilities:
 Physical, mental and emotional stamina to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position under sometimes stressful conditions; (e)
 Manual dexterity sufficient to write, use telephone, business machines, operate an automobile; (e)
 Vision sufficient to read printed materials; (e)
 Hearing sufficient to conduct in person and telephone conversations; (e)
 Speaking ability in an understandable voice with sufficient volume to be heard in normal conversational distance, on the telephone, and in addressing groups; (e)
 Physical agility to push/pull, squat, twist, turn, bend, stoop, and to reach overhead; (e)
 Physical mobility sufficient to move about the work environment (office, District, from school or home site to site), to drive an automobile; (e)
 Physical strength sufficient to lift twenty-five (25) pounds; (e)
 Mental acuity to collect and interpret data, evaluate, reason, define problems, establish facts,
draw valid conclusions, make valid judgments and decisions. (e)
(e) = essential

 Driving a vehicle on country roads and on occasion during adverse weather conditions

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