Members of the Connecticut After School Network can post job openings on this page. Please contact Marla Berrios at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for a part-time job, a new career or simply want to make a difference? Click the headings below to jump to openings in the corresponding organizations. Job descriptions and contact information are listed under each posting. Please contact the organization directly for any inquiries.
Inside the Network Opportunities
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State Wide Job Opportunities
EASTCONN as of 7/20/20
HEBRON PARKS & REC as of 8/28/20
MELC (MANCHESTER) as of 8/28/2020
NEW BRITAIN PARKS & RECREATION as of 9/18/2020
NORTH BRANFORD FRC as of 9/9/2020
SONCCA as of 8/10/20
SOUTHINGTON-CHESHIRE COMMUNITY YMCAs as of 9/24/2020
YWCA NEW BRITAIN as of 9/4/2020
EASTCONN will initiate, support and facilitate partnerships, collaborations and regional solutions that are responsive to the needs of all learners through exemplary programs, products and services.
Position Title: After School Program Facilitator
Position Status: Full Time
Summary Statement: Hiring an After School Program Facilitator to run literacy, arts, science, and health activities with elementary children residing in Windham Heights. Facilitator will be responsible for curriculum implementation, report writing, collaborating with the community and schools, conducting student activities and planning family engagement.
Qualifications: Qualifications include excellent communication skills, time management, experience with grant writing (preferred), program development and 5 or more years working with elementary aged children. This is a grant funded position.
Working Conditions: Program operates 5 days per week (after school hours) and candidate must be willing to work some evenings and some weekends.
The Town of Hebron Parks & Recreation Department is seeking a PREP Before and After School Childcare Worker to act as a positive role model and provide guidance and leadership. Under the direction of the Hebron Parks and Recreation Department’s Recreation Supervisor, the Before and After School staff is responsible for planning and implementing games and activities, serving snacks, and interacting with children grades Pre-K through 6th, and their families.
Position Title: PREP – Before & After School Childcare Worker
Reports To: Recreation Supervisor
Summary Statement: The staff schedule is flexible! Set by the Recreation Supervisor schedules are subject to change. Applicants must be responsible and reliable, working independently as well as with a team and providing a safe, caring and enriching environment. The candidate must have a positive attitude and serve as a role model. Hourly pay, from $12.00 – $14.00. All applicants must be able to pass a criminal records background check. Applicants must have a valid Connecticut Driver’s License.
Please send letter of interest, resume and application to the Town Managers office, Town of Hebron, 15 Gilead Street, Hebron, CT 06248 or call 860-530-1281. The Town of Hebron is an equal opportunity employer. You can also click here to apply online or for full job description.
The Manchester Early Learning Center (MELC) has been an integral part of the childcare community of Manchester since 1976, offering programs in both preschool and before-and-after-school settings. A job at MELC is an opportunity to inspire a child each and every time you walk through our door. All children in the Manchester area have the opportunity to attend an MELC program. As an MELC staff member, you will help them learn and grow while making memories and connections they will never forget.
Position Title(s): Senior Group Leaders, Group Leaders & Front Desk
Position Status: Part-Time
Reports To: Executive Director
Summary Statement: Split shifts: 7:00am – 9:00am and 12:00 / 2:00pm – 6:00pm. Pay: $12.00 – $13.00 per hour
If you would like to apply for either of these positions, please send email and resume to Allie Strauch – email@example.com stating what position you are interested in with your availability.
Manchester Early Learning Center is an equal opportunity employer.
The New Britain Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is currently accepting applications for part-time employment with our Department’s After School Program. Looking for motivated, flexible, creative, passionate, fun people who are interested in working with kids. We are seeking staff for after school programs at elementary and middle school sites. The programs will follow the current hybrid learning model. This may change throughout the course of the year between a traditional model of school, a hybrid model, and/or virtual model. After School Programs are anticipated to run October 2020 thru May 2021.
Position Title: Supervisory & Group Leader
Position Status: Must be available Monday – Friday, 2:00 – 6:00 pm, pay range $12.00 – $17.00
Position Summary: Planning and facilitating a variety of enrichment and recreational activities, assisting with homework, engage with students and behavior management.
NORTH BRANFORD FRC
The North Branford Family Resource Center was one of the first three centers to open in CT in 1989. Our goal is to be the single point of entry for all North Branford/Northford families who need early childhood education, school-age child-care and family support services.
Position Title: Before/After School Coordinator
Position Status: 10 Month position (School Year only, no summer) 37.5 – 40 hours, Hours 7:00-10:00 am, 1:30-6:00 pm Monday – Friday
Reports To: FRC Supervisor
Summary Statement: Under the supervision of the Family Resource Center Supervisor, the Before/After School Coordinator will plan, lead and direct activities before and after school for children in grades Pre-K-2 and 3-6. The prospective candidate will assume responsibility for the FRC School-Age Enrichment Program at both Jerome Harrison and Totoket Valley Elementary Schools, ensuring a quality program is run following the guidelines set by the Family Resource Center, North Branford Board of Education and the State of CT. For full job description, click here.
Position Title: PT Teacher Assistant
Position Status: 10 Month position (School Year only, no summer), Hours 7:00-9:00 am, 3:00-6:00 pm Monday – Friday (Jerome Harrison School), Hours 7:00 am – 9:00 am, 2:30 – 6:00 pm (TVES School) (afternoon start time may vary depending on program needs)
Reports To: FRC Supervisor
Summary Statement: Under the supervision of the Family Resource Center Supervisor and Before/After School Coordinator, the Assistant Teacher will be responsible for carrying out the program mission in accordance with the plans and activities set in place by the Coordinator of the before and after school program for children in grades K-2 or 3-6, depending on the school assignment. The Assistant Teacher will report directly to the Coordinator and/or Supervisor of the FRC. The prospective candidate will support the other team members of the program and assume the day to day responsibility for the assigned site, ensuring a quality program is run following the guidelines set by the Family Resource Center, North Branford Board of Education and the State of CT. For full job description, click here.
Applicants should go to the employment tab on www.northbranfordschools.org to complete an online application.
The Seymour-Oxford Nursery Child Care Association was organized in 1985 to provide affordable before and after school programs for children of school age living in Seymour & Oxford while their parents are working or participating in an established training program. SONCCA’S five licensed centers are located in five schools: Bungay School, Chatfield-LoPresti School, Seymour Middle School, Quaker Farms School and Center School in Oxford.
SONCCA is currently accepting application for all positions in their Seymour and Oxford locations.
- Before School 7:00 AM till 9:00 AM
- After School 3:00 PM till 6:00 PM
- Both Before and After School
- Oxford Hybrid Program – we are looking for several time slots between the hours of 7:00 AM till 6:00 PM
Position Title: Site Supervisor
Position Status: Part-Time to Full Time
Reports To: Executive Director
Summary Statement: The Site Supervisor is responsible for developing and managing all programmatic aspects of the SONCCA program center. The Site Supervisor is required to be on-site at least 60% of the time that
the SONCCA center is open. The Site Supervisor will work with all staff members to ensure that a warm and loving environment is provided for children in kindergarten through eighth grade, thereby promoting participant self-confidence, community and self-respect, while encouraging the development of creative abilities outside of regular school hours. The Site Supervisor reports to the Executive Director and Board of Directors.
Position Title: Assistant Site Supervisor
Position Status: Part-Time
Reports To: Site Supervisor
Summary Statement: The Assistant Site Supervisor works closely with the Site Supervisor in developing and managing all programmatic aspects of the SONCCA program center. The Assistant Site Supervisor is responsible
for the administration of a SONCCA center in the absence of the Site Supervisor. The Assistant Site Supervisor will work with all staff members to ensure that a warm and loving environment is provided for children in kindergarten through eighth grade, thereby promoting participant self-confidence, community and self-respect, while encouraging the development of creative abilities outside of regular school hours. The Assistant Site Supervisor reports to the Site Supervisor under the guidance
and supervision of the Executive Director and Board of Directors.
Position Title: Program Assistant
Position Status: Part-Time
Reports To: Site Supervisor
Summary Statement: The Program Assistant is responsible for assisting the Site Supervisor in developing and managing all programmatic aspects of the SONCCA program center. The Program Assistant will work with all staff members to ensure that a safe, warm and loving environment is provided for children in kindergarten through eighth grade, thereby promoting participant self-confidence, community and self-respect,
while encouraging the development of creative abilities outside of regular school hours. The Program Assistant reports to the Site Supervisor under the guidance and supervision of the Executive Director
and Board of Directors.
For a complete job description and application visit the SONCCA website.
What sets the Y apart is our 80 plus years of community service as a charitable organization, dedicated to creating opportunities to enhance the quality of living within the community. The programs at our YMCA encourage healthy lifestyles and are accessible to ALL regardless of financial circumstance. When you join the YMCA you become a member of a worldwide organization whose mission is to help children, families and communities reach their greatest potential. YMCA membership and involvement represents not only an investment in yourself, but also in your community.
SCCYMCA’s is currently accepting application for all positions in their Southington and Cheshire locations.
Position: YMCA Sports Performance Coach
Position Status: Part time position – Monday through Friday 2:30 – 7:00pm, Starting at $12.50 per hour
Position Summary: The qualified candidate for the YMCA Sports Performance Center will possess at least 1 year of experience working in a productive and efficient Health & Wellness Center. Incumbent must be experienced with Health and Wellness programs that will benefit members and families in the Southington and Cheshire communities. Excellent customer service skills are necessary.
Position Requirements: The qualified candidate should have or be working towards a four-year college degree in exercise science or a related field and/or have equivalent experience and should fulfill the following requirements:
- Experience working with collegiate or high school/middle school athletes in an athletic performance training environment
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with all types of clients
- Knowledge and the ability to assess athletes’ movement quality
- Knowledge of speed, agility, plyometric & core development drills and exercises
- Understands the demands sports place on athletes
- National Certification CSCS preferred NSCA or ACSM
- Motivating, Positive, energetic “can do “ attitude
- CPR and First Aid
- YMCA Principles of Health and Fitness
- YMCA Fitness Leader
For full job descriptions and how to apply, click here.
Position Title: Program Assistant Teacher
Reports To: Youth Development Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator
Summary Statement: As a member of the YWCA New Britain, the STRIVE assistant teacher is in charge of assisting in implementing activities and programs for middle female youth in our STRIVE youth Development program. The assistant is responsible for assisting the head teacher with planning, implementing, and executing curriculum for programs specific to a diverse population of middle girls using the “Healthy Choices Curriculum”, “Go Girl Go”, “I Define Me” and any other activities or events that fall under the acronym of STRIVE. The STRIVE assistant teacher must attend as many trainings as possible to develop skills on youth development strategies, behavior management, mandated reporter training and any other training opportunities offered by CT After School Network or YWCA New Britain virtually or in person. The assistant teacher will work with female middle school youth in an after school environment to ensure the integration of best practice principles in after school programs in accordance with the Assessing Program Practices Tool (APT, NIOST). Assist programs to meet standards set by funders, professional organizations, and regulating agencies. High School diploma or equivalent, and minimum one year of prior youth development experience with increasing responsibility including supervision of personnel required. one- three years of experience in after school programming with similar ages preferred.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 2:30 pm- 6:00 pm (Staff meetings 2 Wednesdays/ month)
Connecticut After School Network Organization Overview – The Connecticut After School Network is a public-private partnership of statewide, regional and local groups that promote the safety, learning, and healthy development of children and youth outside the traditional classroom. Our organization is a network of many partner organizations and agencies, and facilitates connections among a broad range of state, regional, and local partners.
The Connecticut After School Network’s activities are directed toward building the capacity and commitment of communities, agencies, and systems to increase the quality and availability of programs during non-school hours. The Network’s overarching goal is to build an effective and integrated statewide system of high-quality afterschool, summer, and other expanded learning opportunities (ELOs). An effective system provides a continuum of support that ensures the academic, social, emotional, and healthy development of children from birth through young adulthood.
In order to accomplish its system-building goals, the Network brings together a diverse array of leading statewide stakeholders committed to afterschool and expanded learning opportunities to:
- coordinate and expand resources and existing capacity in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors in service to afterschool and other expanded learning programs;
- sustain and expand local and state public and private support for afterschool, summer, and expanded learning opportunities;
- build the capacity of afterschool, summer, and expanded learning programs across individuals, organizations, and systems through ongoing professional development offerings; and
- seek the widespread adoption and use of standards for program quality by a range of afterschool programs and stakeholders statewide.
Position Description – The Connecticut After School Network has an opportunity for several part or full-time interns throughout the course of the year (summer, fall, and spring). This internship does not include a stipend. Reporting to the Executive Director/Director of Professional Development and Research, the intern will provide assistance and support for the communications, events planning, and everyday operations of the Network.
Responsibilities – The primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Maintaining job, training, grant opportunities, and resource listings online to further professional development and program quality
- Developing a comprehensive database for afterschool and summer programs statewide, including researching program locations
- Assisting in organizing Connecticut After School Network’s professional development and network conferences/events
- Working with the Connecticut After School Network’s Executive Director/Director of Professional Development and Research to develop information briefs, white papers, and infographics and handouts for multiple audiences (programs, legislators, educational leaders)
- Completing projects to be determined between the Intern and Executive Director out of several options. Options include, but are not limited to: summer learning data collection, planning a fall advocacy campaign, resource development related to an afterschool and youth justice initiative, organizing a storytelling project, and coordinating a work group on shared outcomes measures
- Shadowing the planning and delivery of workshops for providers
- Minimum some college experience, graduate experience preferred
- Strong writing, proofreading, and editing skills
- Demonstrated ability to take initiative, problem-solve, and work independently
- Strong computer skills, including website management preferred
- Experience with social media preferred
- Comfortable working in a small, fast-paced office environment
Interested candidates should email resume and cover letter with a subject line of “Connecticut After School Network Intern” to: Dr. Ken Anthony. No faxes or phone calls, please. Located in Hartford, CT.