Enrichment Site Manager


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50 State House sq 2nd FL
Child Care
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Hip & Fit is an afterschool program offered in Naylor Academy in Hartford CT. The program meets 4 days per week (Monday through Thursday) for 3 hours per day (12 hours per week) from 3-6 PM. Daily students engage in structured activities that supplement the regular school curricula. Activities include physical education, health and wellness education, STEM, and homework assistance. The program employs a Project-Based Learning (PBL) model, and program activities are in alignment with the Common Core.


Essential Functions 


  • Oversee and manage daily operations of the afterschool program including staff management and substitute coverage requests
  • Work with Program Supervisor to hire and onboard staff
  • Establish, build, and maintain positive relationships with Norris principal, teachers, students and families
  • Develop parent engagement workshops in collaboration with the Family & Community Partnerships Liaison
  • Develop and maintain a high level of communication and positive relationships with students, families, principal, teachers, school staff, and program staff at Norris.
  • Plan and conduct staff meetings as directed by Program Supervisor.
  • Acquire appropriate and adequate materials and resources for program site in collaboration with Program Supervisor.
  • Maintain inventory records of program supplies and equipment in collaboration with Enrichment Teachers.
  • Create and submit class rosters for each program enrichment/activity group.
  • Submit activity description to district data person
  • Monitor and address student behavior in collaboration with Program Supervisor and Principal.
  • Communicate regularly with parents via email, phone and/or during dismissal time.
  • Serve as an activity substitute when necessary.
  • Attend professional development and training workshops as necessary.
  • Plan and coordinate field trip and transportation schedules for programs and activities as well as chaperones.
  • Plan and implement community projects with staff and students in collaboration with Program Supervisor.
  • Consistently provide a friendly, professional, courteous environment where students and families feel welcome.
  • Respect cultural diversity and create an inclusive, welcoming and collaborative environment.
  • Meet all reporting deadlines for the state and federal requirements and complete a year-end report.

Minimum Requirements

  •  B.S. in Education or related field
  •  2-5 years of experience working directly with elementary-aged students, including supervisory experience.
  • Valid State of CT teaching certificate