Out-Of-School Time Programs Site Supervisor
Children’s Home Society of WV is seeking a Site Supervisor for its Out-Of-School Time Programs, including the Jefferson Elementary After School Program and the CHS Summer Youth Program. Primary job duties are to assist the Program Director in the planning and carrying out of day-to-day program activities, including afterschool and summer programs; to perform all duties and responsibilities of a Group Leader, to serve as the Person in Charge for the operation of the program in the absence of the Director, assist with projects and programs of the Family Resource (Support) Center, and to provide for the ongoing care, safety and supervision of youth in out-of-school time settings.
Requirements: Must be at least 21 years of age, High School Diploma or GED; 18 months of supervised relevant work experience, timely training required by agency policy; criminal background and child & adult abuse registry checks; ability to work under pressure and multitask; annual approved physical and TB documentation. Driver’s license and available automobile and insurance coverage as required by law and agency.
Preferred: An Associate Degree in Elementary Education, Child Development or related human services field; previous experience in a licensed child care setting.
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Requirements for all jobs with CHS:
Applicant must pass FBI/CIB background checks as well as CPS/APS background checks.
Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance.
The Children’s Home Society of West Virginia is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Join our CHS Family for a career where you can make a difference in the lives of West Virginia children and youth every single day.
Everything we do is driven by our mission to serve West Virginia children and families. No matter what form our work takes—emergency child shelters, youth mentorship, clothing and food pantries, adoption and foster care, providing resources to grandfamilies—we’re always striving to create better and brighter futures for kids.
We take pride in our culture of collaboration and comradery and believe strongly that only through teamwork is real change possible. Because of our dynamic team, we’re able to serve over 15,000 children, youth, and families annually.
Most positions with us are not behind a desk, but entail interacting directly with the children, youth, and families we serve. With locations all across the state, our programs and services are not only accessible to but also shaped by the communities of which they’re a part.
No two days are the exact same with us. We encourage creativity, thinking outside of the box, and approaching challenges in new ways.
If we aren’t seeking to become the best version of ourselves, it’s very difficult to help others do so. This in mind, we prioritize providing our team members with opportunities for continued growth.