Job Title: Site Supervisor   Wage/Hour Status: Nonexempt


Reports to: After School Coordinator     Pay Grade: P4


Dept./School: Community Services     Date Revised: 04/2018


Primary Purpose:


Under general supervision, with considerable responsibility, and according to established guidelines and lesson plans, the Site Supervisor oversees a fee based program for an assigned group of children.



Minimum Education/Certification:

High School Diploma or GED (at least 18 years of age)

CDA or ability to start CDA course work within 6 months and complete CDA within 1 year


Special Knowledge/Skills

Must be able to nurture children, plan and implement age-appropriate activities for them

Must be able to learn, follow, and alter (if appropriate) recurrent work routines and schedules

Must be able to take initiative

Must be able to interact with parents in a professional manner and elicit the trust necessary to handle daily communication with parents effectively

Must be able to take direction and work cooperatively with others

Must be able to supervise a group of children while attending to the immediate needs of one child


Minimum Experience:

Some experience working with children.


Major Responsibilities and Duties:


  1. Assist with supervision of children and staff during all activities.


  1. Counsel children when social, academic or adjustment problems arise.


  1. Develop, plan, and prepare instructional aids/materials for activities and maintain evidence including lesson plans, program organizational forms, and schedules.


  1. Ensure that appearance, cleanliness, and safety of site is appropriately maintained.


  1. Maintain all site paperwork to include notes, accident reports and daily input of attendance and payment data into Eleyo.


  1. Maintain accurate accounting and return of unused snacks..


  1. Assist children with meal/snack time and clean-up.


  1. Attend and participate in staff meetings, site events and parent meetings as requested.


  1. Prepare and implement weekly lesson plans/programs, organization and schedule.


  1. Accept temporary work assignments.


  1. Ensure that all indoor and outdoor equipment is in good working condition and is used/maintained properly per State Minimum Standards.


  1. Physically arrange the site prior to student arrival to include parent table.


  1. Clean up site when children depart.


  1. Communicate appropriate information to parents.


  1. Schedule field trips or speakers pertaining to monthly programs.


  1. Maintain site postings.


  1. Maintain required State training hours.


  1. Assist Program Manager with interviewing, hiring, and training of new site personnel.


  1. Assist with planning and implementing events. 


  1. Meet with and communicate appropriately with prospective families.


  1. Supervise site tours for prospective customers.


  1. Develop and implements plans based on the adopted curriculum.


  1. Inform Program Manager of any employee conduct requiring disciplinary action.


  1. Present a professional demeanor including ethical and responsible behaviors.


  1. Convey a sense of integrity and warmth and a genuine caring for the development of each child.


  1. Maintain confidentiality.

Supervisory Responsibilities:


Oversee work of Site Assistants in a manner that fosters a positive work environment which encourages collaboration and mutual respect.  


Working Conditions:


Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:

Must be able to lift and carry children up to at least 35 pounds

Must be able to stoop, getting on the children’s level, and move quickly enough to protect children

Ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written)

Interpret policy, procedures and data

Maintain emotional control under stress