The Expanded Learning Opportunities Lead Site Director is responsible for the overall coordination, support and oversight of the five Burlington Kids elementary school afterschool programs. In collaboration with the Director of Expanded Learning Opporutunities, child care partner agencies, community partners, and school administrators, the Lead Site Director facilitates the delivery of high quality afterschool programming at each site in compliance with state regulations and program goals and objectives.
- Bachelor's degree or above
- Strong organizational, administrative and managerial skills
- A minimum of five years' experience in afterschool programs; child care services; teaching, social work or related experience
- Previous licensed afterschool program management highly preferred
- Demonstrated commitment to, and experience in, team building across organizational lines
- Familiar with laws and regulations governing education and licensed child-care in Vermont
- Experience in developing and managing community partnerships
- Experience in staff recruitment and hiring
- Supervision and management experience
- Proficient in computer applications, including data collection and budget management, spreadsheets, email and internet use
- Staff supervision and support
- STARS and state licensing oversight
- Staff professional development
- Registration oversight
- Recruitment and hiring oversight
- Responsible for creating and sustaining community partnerships
- Support sites regarding facilities use, program issues, student behavior, etc.
- Support report and grant writing as needed
- Disseminate best practices across sites
- Conduct site visits
- Substitute on site, if needed
Diversity Mission Statement
The Burlington School District recognizes and values the diversity of our students, staff and community. The District is committed to a culture of diversity that reflects the voices, perspectives and differences arising from our diverse community and the world. We believe that it is important for students to understand and appreciate human diversity, develop a capacity for cultural competence, and commit to encouraging inclusion in their future lives.
The District will adopt procedures and implement staff training intended to achieve a diverse and culturally competent school community, inclusive of diverse races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, religious and spiritual beliefs, ages, and physical and learning abilities. The administration shall report to the Board annually on its progress, barriers and outcomes.
Burlington School District is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.