After School Program Leader - After-School All-Stars Bay Area

ASAS is currently seeking a Program Leader in Oakland, CA (Positions available at Oakland Military Institute and Oakland Unity Middle School). This is a part-time position responsible for the safety, supervision, and instruction of middle school students in the after-school program. Program Leaders provide homework assistance, coach sports, and one or more areas or enrichment such as dance, computer programming, robotics, music instruction, art, cooking, yoga, photography, etc. The pay for this position is $18 per hour and is commensurate with qualifications and experience of the individual candidate.

Afterschool Asst. Program Manager - JCCSF

The Afterschool Assistant Program Manager position is an essential member of the Afterschool educator team, facilitating the collaboration of classrooms and teachers in the planning of meaningful curriculum. The Afterschool Assistant Program Manager is responsible for coordinating the care of all the Afterschool children and serves as the day-to-day lead for the running of the program. The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for the supervision and evaluation of assistant teachers and an array of administrative duties that support the program.

Administrative Associate - The Partnership for Children and Youth

PCY is seeking to fill the Administrative Associate position.  This is a tremendous opportunity for an enthusiastic, detail-oriented professional who is eager to contribute to our mission and grow within a dynamic organization.  The ideal candidate will be able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously, is flexible and responsive to shifting needs, can work independently and as part of a team, and will be able to actively discover new ways to do the job more efficiently. 

Program Director - Hands4Hope LA

The program director works with program staff to develop an appropriate curriculum and plan activities that are consistent with the mission of the program. Afterschool programs teach children skills, assist them with developing interpersonal skills and help them improve their academic performances. Directors develop the structure of the program based upon the needs and interests of the students and their parents, manage the program staff and operations, and maintain relationships with the community.

Preschool Site Director - JCCSF

The Preschool Site Director will manage and direct the preschool site in accordance with our vision for excellence in early childhood education. Recruit and enroll families and children in order to maintain full enrollment and achieve our financial goals. Hire excellent staff and ensure professional development. Manage the day-to-day operation of the preschool program, enrichment program, summer program, family activities and parent education programs, where applicable. The Site Director reports to the Chief Program Officer, Family Life.