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Posted: Friday, October 3, 2014 12:16 AM


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Job Summary

The Resource Coordinator is responsible for the promoting and monitoring all activities according to the academic, arts and fitness instruction, thematic programming and special event guidelines that support such programs as PAL Smarts, PAL Arts, PAL Fit and Junior Police. Plan, organize and manage activities that are cohesive within the center under the direction of the Center Director. Perform administrative duties that support above primary functions such as the collection of report cards, behavior logs, pre and post surveys, and parental participation.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Model and uphold all agency policy and procedures.
2. Attend and participate in pre- and mid-season training sessions.
3. Ensure that services are carried out in an orderly and professional manner, adhering to PAL rules and regulations.
4. Represent the Agency and program to the families and community in a positive fashion.
5. Ensure that age-appropriate activities are implemented for youth ages 6 to 18.
6. Provide a safe and secure environment in which the children can participate in the activity.
7. Encourage all youth to actively participate in the activity; promote respect, teamwork and appreciation.
8. Integrate thematic programming- implement "Theme of the Month" activities into the daily activity plans and events.
9. Ensure that parents complete and submit all requested paperwork by the requested deadline.
10. Plan, lead or assist in monthly parent events, including event organization, preparation and clean-up.
11. Record and submit parent attendance at all parent events.
12. Develop positive professional relationships with local schools.
13. Collect and submit each child's report card each marking period.
14. Communicate with the Center Director and Program Coordinator on a regular basis.
15. Provide support to teachers, tutors, group leaders, In-steppers and social work interns.
16. Attend weekly staff meetings.
17. Maintain a daily presence at dismissal.
18. Present ideas and suggestions for improving programs as often as possible. When presenting a problem or offering constructive criticism, also offer an alternate solution.
19. Maintain the integrity of the program, guiding the goals and programs to meet the requirements of the PAL mission and program funders.
20. Participate in program evaluation and the completion of funding proposals/reports including surveys and the collection of report cards.

Skills/Knowledge Required

1. A minimum of two years of academic preparation or other equivalent training.
2. A minimum of two years of work experience in a non-profit youth or social service agency with supervisory experience.
3. Good communication skills, both oral and written.
4. Familiarity with administrative protocols involving dress, demeanor, record keeping, reporting, confidentiality, use of supplies and equipment.
How to apply

Please send resume with cover letter to

• Location: Long Island, 26 Court St

• Post ID: 51662001 newyork is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.