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Project Director

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Job Details
Job Order Number
686823
Company Name
Boys & Girls Club/Darley Rd.
Physical Address
Sussex County
Seaford, DE 19973
Job Description

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Program Director, the 21st Century, Project Director is responsible for the planning, development and effective implementation of a quality 21st Century Learning Community Center program that complies with current Delecare and Delaware STARS rules and regulations. The position includes program management, staff supervision, community outreach, and grants management. The position requires knowledge of various educational approaches, software and other educational materials. Job Description:
Essential Functions:
? Manage day-to-day operation of Club’s Great Futures, 21st Century Learning Community Center program and activities, in coordination with Childcare Program.
? Create program and staff schedule in coordination with various Boys & Girls Club programming.
? Interpret and maintain compliance with current state licensing (OCCL) and Purchase of Care (POC) requirements for school age childcare centers; address non-compliance issues as needed.
? Develop and led an advisory group representing key stakeholders for the Great Futures, 21st Century Program.
? Responsible for recruitment, registration and orientation for program participants.
? Assist in hiring teachers and providing professional development
? Control expenditures against an assigned budget; recommend income and expense projections for assigned area of responsibility; assist with the financial development of the 21st Century Program.
? Hire and lead staff in implementing programmatic outcomes and S.M.A.R.T. objectives as established in the 21st Century Grant.
? Ensure safe implementation of all 21st Century activities including the condition of equipment and facilities, age-appropriate activities and appropriate use of equipment and supplies.
? Maintain appropriate, supportive and positive interactions with Club Members; establish and maintain behavioral boundaries per Boys & Girls Club guidance and supervision policies and guidelines.
? Maintain regular contact with parents/guardians concerning program, schedule, developmental progress (victories and concerns).
? Develop and maintain relationship with Seaford School District faculty and administrators, BGCDE administrators and Club professionals, community leaders and supporters, etc.
? Within established organizational guidelines, develop and maintain a system for accurately tracking necessary data for reporting. (program attendance, academic progress, behavior referrals, etc.)
? Complete and submit reports and perform other administrative tasks as needed or directed, including but not limited to: Payroll, purchasing, Labor reports, etc.
? At all times, present yourself as a positive role model for youth and a strong ambassador of the organization.
Core Values for Success:
Greatness (BE GREAT): Strive for greatness and hold yourself and others to a high standard of excellence resulting in quality services to the children we serve. Live the principles and mission of the organization and see yourself as role model both within the organization and the community; apply creativity and sound thinking to identify the resources needed to accomplish our mission.
Accountability (Ownership): We hold ourselves and others accountable for meeting standards for the quality, quantity, resource management and timeliness of work; we acknowledge ownership and accountability of our actions and accept responsibility for their consequences without exceptions or excuses. We are accepting of feedback about improving our performance, and we acknowledge and correct our mistakes.
Integrity: We act with honesty and honor in all our dealings with board members, funders, vendors, parents, children and colleagues. We understand that we are stewards of the resources made available to us, and we strive to provide a return on investment in all our activities and interactions. We hold ourselves and others to the highest standards of honesty and morality.
Teamwork: Treat all with dignity and respect; encourage, reward and recognize team members who achieve great things; have relationships that are built on trust. Demonstrate and encourage cooperative team relationships and approach challenges and your day to day interactions with extreme optimism and a positive attitude.
Competencies/Skills/Experience:
? Working Conditions: The majority of the work time is split between an office and Club setting, which may include activities out of doors. Occasional travel in and out of town is required. Occasional weekend work is required.
Work Hours: Monday- Friday, 10am- 6pm
Note: The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, nor is it to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware is an equal opportunity employer


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