Public Prep Network Part-Time After School Group Leader in New York, New York
An Invitation to Apply for the Position of
Part-Time After School Group Leader
Girls Prep Lower East Side Middle School
New York, NY
Overview: About Public Prep
The Public Prep Network (PPN) is a nonprofit organization that develops single-sex elementary and middle public schools that pursue excellence through continuous learning and data-driven instruction. Our model is designed to empower each student to build strong character, demonstrate critical thinking, possess a core body of knowledge and be on a predictive path to earn a degree from a four-year university.
Our network is currently comprised of three tuition-free single-sex public charter schools across five campuses and one tuition-free single-sex Pre-K. Our campuses are: Girls Prep Lower East Side Elementary, Girls Prep Lower East Side Middle School, Girls Prep Bronx Elementary School, Girls Prep Bronx Middle School, and Boys Prep Elementary School. The Pre-K program, PrePrep: the Joan Ganz Cooney Early Learning Center, is housed inside of Girls Prep Bronx Elementary School.
Public Preparatory Network/Public Preparatory Academies is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Joining our team at Public Preparatory Network
Primary Function & Position Overview:
The After-School Group Leader fulfills their commitment to our mission by ensuring that after-school intervention and enrichment is consistent and safe, and ensures that our girls continue to exhibit scholarship, merit, responsibility, and sisterhood during after-school time. This work will assist our scholars in meeting their goal of getting to and through college. The After-School Group Leader reports to the After-School Program Coordinator.
Duties and Responsibilities
The After-School Group Leader is responsible for the overall development, management, and organization and planning of his or her group. In addition, the After-School Group Leader is responsible for the supervision of all staff assigned to the group.
Taking attendance, providing and managing dismissal.
Supervising transitions and monitoring behavioral issues during activities.
Proctoring and helping with homework
Planning and facilitation of groups.
Ensuring seamless operations and maintaining the classroom environment throughout the after-school program.
High School Graduate at least 2 years related experience in youth development programs preferred.
Able to lead and participate in group activities.
Ability to work with Middle School youth in an after schools setting.
Must have a commitment to working with youth with a variety of unique learning needs, while providing high -quality services.
Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or youth development perspective.
Those with an interest in single-sex education and pursuing careers in education highly preferred.
Opportunities are available from 3:00pm-6:00pm on Mondays and 4:00-6:00pm Tuesday-Friday