After School Program (ASES), Program Coordinator, San Francisco

School Support San Francisco, California


Description

The ASES Coordinator manages the program and compliance aspects of KIPP Bayview Academy’s After School Education and Safety (ASES) program. This position reports to the Director of School Operations and will work closely with the Business Operations Manager, school staff and external vendors to run an effective after school program.


Preferred Qualifications

Experience:

  • Minimum 1 year experience working with and managing middle school students 

Education:

  • Requires possession of high school diploma or equivalent.

Knowledge/skills required:

  • Unquestioned integrity and commitment to KIPP Bay Area’s  mission and values
  • Minimum 1 year experience working with and managing middle school students 
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred
  • Outstanding organizational skills with high attention to detail 
  • Outstanding written and verbal skills
  • Comfort with working in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with others and build relationships across teams
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook required

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Manage the school’s after school program (times and days pending) which traditionally ran, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, from 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Create attendance-taking procedures and manage all documentation associated with student attendance
  • Distribute, collect and manage all communications and paperwork to parents regarding ASES, including registration forms and other letters
  • Manage relationship and coordination with any external vendors that provide after school programming (e.g. YMCA, Headstand)
  • Oversee study hall portion of the after school program
  • Collaborate with the Business Operations Manager and the KIPP Bay Area Public Schools Regional Support Office to ensure compliance with ASES regulations
  • Attends and participates in meetings and training as needed
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Physical, Mental and Environmental Demands 

Physical: 
Ability to navigate office and school campuses, and hold meetings in different spaces. Traditionally, much of the day involves sitting. Ability to access and utilize technology. Occasional lifting/carrying of equipment 1-20 lbs.

Mental:  
Stress of deadlines and normal work standards, ability to analyze problems and generate alternatives, work with interruptions, concentrate for long periods of time, read, calculate, perform routine math problems, memorize and recall objects and people.

Environmental:
Office environment subject to constant interruptions and distractions.  Occasional classroom/school environment and travel. In emergency context (e.g., pandemic) work may be conducted virtually fully or partially for extended periods of time or longer, and the expectation is that the individual will establish a productive, remote work environment (e.g., ability to stay connected through different technology means).

Classification
This is a part-time (about 20 hours per week), non-exempt hourly position. The hourly rate is $24.50 an hour. The candidate must be able to meet all I-9 requirements.

About KIPP Bay Area Public Schools
We are a thriving nonprofit network of 15 free, public charter schools open to all students. At KIPP, we believe all children should grow up free to create the future they want for themselves and that schools can and should be a critical factor in making that vision a reality. Together with families and communities, we create joyful, academically excellent schools that prepare students with the skills and confidence to pursue the paths they choose—college, career, and beyond—so they can lead fulfilling lives and build a more just world. 

Our student community consists of over 6,000 elementary, middle, and high school students in East Palo Alto, Oakland, San Francisco, San Lorenzo, San Jose, and Redwood City. 79% qualify for free or reduced price lunch, 23% are English language learners, and 10% have special needs.  We strive to cultivate a representative team of teachers and leaders that reflect our students’ diversity.