College of Saint Mary strives to create a safe, inclusive educational environment where every person's worth and dignity are valued and nurtured. Applicants representing diverse backgrounds and experiences are highly encouraged to apply.
Coordinator, CSM Kids Club
As the Coordinator for the CSM Kids Club, this position will facilitate the scheduling of CSM education students/work studies/tutors for CSM Kids Club. CSM Kids Club is an opportunity for CSM faculty, staff and students in districts that are not hosting kindergarten through 6th-grade children every day for school to have their children participate in supervised tutoring and activities during the days they are not in school. The Coordinator is directly responsible for CSM Kids Club operations during the school day. The Coordinator is to provide a safe, inclusive, and fun environment for children and CSM student staff by providing appropriate leadership, guidance, orientation, feedback and support.
•Maintains the credibility and reputation of the program by complying with CSM policies.
•Ensures school assignments are completed prior to other activities taking place in the classroom.
•Secures homework assignments from parents.
•Assists CSM student staff with providing planned activities by developing and implementing age-specific programs.
•Provides custodial disinfection and sanitization support for rooms used by program/coordinate with CSM custodial staff for proper procedures.
•Collaborate with CSM Education Department regarding field experience requirements for student education staff overseeing classroom experience.
•Orders supplies and snacks and ensure lunch breaks for staff and children.
•Reports observations to parents as needed.
•Coordinates the schedule of all student staff working in the classrooms and must ensure enough staff is available for entire day in classroom. Will fill in as needed in this role.
•Demonstrates good work habits, including punctuality and attendance. Uses good communication skills, both oral and written as well as maintain confidentiality and program policies and procedures.
•Daily tracking and documentation of incidents, accidents, and child behaviors
•Develop weekly attendance records to track children who attend.
Education and Experience
•High school diploma and 2 years of collegiate education required.
•Bachelor's degree strongly preferred in Education, Human Services, Psychology, or related field and 2-3 years of experience in working with parents and children.
•Excellent interpersonal presentation and communication skills, solid administrative and organizational skills, ability to manage multiple priorities, experience with children's programming and commitment to developing programs for children.