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OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME Leader

Posted:

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Organization:

Capitola Recreation

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Location:

Capitola, Ca

Details:

The Capitola Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for the Out-of-School Time (OST)
Leader for OST program hosted at multiple sites within the City of Capitola, serving youth K to 8th grade.
The OST Leader is a Part-Time/Seasonal position from August through June, not to exceed 960 hours in a
calendar year.
DUTIES
Under the supervision of the OST Coordinator, the OST Leader will act as an instructor and activity leader
for an OST program for Soquel Union Elementary School District (SUESD) in response to the restricted
school schedule cause by the COVID-19 pandemic. Instructors will help design, organize, implement and
supervise a variety of activities, including but not limited to sports, arts, technology, performance and youth
leadership.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Any combination of education and/or background in recreational or educational programs for
children
• Experience working in direct supervision and implementing activities for youth and teens
• Ability to implement COVID-19 protocols; which include health screening, face coverings, social
distancing and sanitizing requirement.
• Ability to be flexible and adapt to changes in program
• Ability to enthusiastically plan and lead activities
• Ability to communicate effectively with youth, parents and other staff
• Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directions
• Ability to perform effectively in situations requiring disciplinary or emergency action
• Ability to follow the program guidelines and perform to standard
• Must be 18 years of age or older
• All applicants must be fingerprinted
• Proof of negative tuberculosis test or clear chest X-ray must be presented within 14 days of hire -
No exceptions.
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
• Current Basic First Aid and C.P.R. certification or ability to obtain
• A safe driving record as determined by the City’s Personnel Department and ability to drive
participants daily
• Ability to be versatile, flexible, friendly, cooperative, and willing to learn new skills
• Training or experience in working with children with special needs

Compensation Information:

Soquel Elementary school students will be attending in-person classes on an AM/PM schedule for 2.5 hours
Tues – Friday. New Brighton Middle School students will be attending in-person classes on a block
schedule of Tues & Thurs or Wed & Friday from 8:15am to 12:55pm and the remaining days expected to
attend online. OST program will provide homework support, recreation activities and snack for K to 8th grade
based on the school schedule and traditional work schedule of 8am to 6pm. Students will enroll in stable
groups of 12 and Leaders will be assigned to work with a specific group and location. This position is
expected to work between 10 and 40 hours per week depending on site assignment.

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