Site Facilitator Community Schools- BPS IPREP

Job Title:  Site Facilitator - Community Schools

Reports To:  Program Director

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt



SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

The Site Facilitator is responsible for assisting in managing the afterschool program for grades K-12 through various funding ie: 21st Century, Title 1, Empire and Community Schools within Buffalo public school. Responsibilities include assisting with recruiting and enrolling students into the program. Provide programming designed to increase state and local test scores in ELA and math and coordinate all students into appropriate academic and enrichment activities. The site facilitator will assist in supervision of all afterschool staff, maintain attendance records and program reports and work with project director, school administrators, and evaluators. 

The Site Facilitator is also responsible for managing and coordinating with District and Say Yes Community Schools staff for the Saturday Community School events at their school. Responsibilities include scheduling engaging hands-on learning opportunities and family-focused activities, ordering supplies, scheduling staff and vendors, and managing the Community Schools budget.  BBF programming is designed to support academic achievement, family engagement and emotional wellness. Building Brighter Futures program embraces social emotional learning.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Recruit, enroll and maintain target enrollment numbers as outlined in the grant
  • Develop staff and student schedules
  • Coordinate program calendar, schedule, and offered academic and enrichment activities
  • Develop family involvement activities
  • Coordinate fieldtrips
  • Build relationships with host setting and supporting communities
  • Manage and maintain a yearly budget
  • Request, order, maintain and inventory, and shop for supplies
  • Communicate with Cafeteria Personnel (provide copies of daily attendance) to ensure availability of snacks
  • Provide and monitor programming designed to increase the academic and social emotional development of participants and that aligns with the District, School, and Programs goals and objectives
  • Maintain all required data to reach stated grant objectives and to remain in compliance with Federal, State, and evaluation mandates
  • Meet  and collaborate regularly with day school staff, supervisor, school administration Building Brighter Futures team and program staff
  • Supervise all program staff and conduct/monitor staff professional development
  • Maintain a daily attendance rate of 80% of target attendance
  • Plan, implement and track services and communications with parents/guardians
  • Plan, implement, supervise and track high -quality educational, enrichment and recreational activities for participants for an average of 12-15 hours a week during the program year.
  • Obtain program goals and objectives 
  • Obtain and manage appropriate records for staff and students
  • Comply with all agency, school/site and program policies and procedures
  • Schedule and assigned duties are subject to change based on the needs of the program and the clients we serve.
  • Schedule and assigned duties are subject to change based on the needs of the program and the clients we serve.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • Basic computer skills and programs
  • Budget management

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES UNIQUE TO THIS POSITION:

  • Full Time- 40 hours a week, Monday - Friday *with some availability Saturday mornings
  • Must be available to work until 6pm from Oct  to June. 
  • Position includes some additional Saturdays from 8am - 1pm, Sept- June. 
  • Certain sites will have a minimum of 14 mandatory Saturdays.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor's Degree and/or School Age Child Care Credential.  Master's level certified teacher preferred.
  • Minimum 2 years' experience working with school age children, preferably in an urban educational setting.