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Pay: $22.00/hour
Hours: 8 (9:30am to 6:15pm, 45-minute unpaid lunch)
Length of Employment: June 7 – August 2 (No work July 4 or 5) *Hours available in
April-June for planning*
This is a temporary, seasonal position
Location: Deer Creek Elementary School, Nevada City
Reports To: Summer Program Director
Primary Purpose
• To successfully assist in designing, developing, and managing summer program
components that lead to positive outcomes for the participating youth and their
• To develop and maintain a safe, supportive learning environment in which youth
• To supervise staff and volunteers
• To actively participate in staff development workshops that are designed to
contribute to personal and professional growth.
Major Responsibilities and Duties
• Ability to attend all mandatory pre-camp trainings and meetings
• Coordinate all activities and meet all needs of the program.
• Coordinate with food services to provide daily meals to students and ensure that
accurate counts are given to avoid wasted food.
• Work with program director on recruitment efforts and activity planning.
• Meet with youth, staff, and parents as necessary to communicate student needs.
• Facilitate strategies for student interventions and determine best course of
• Assist with instructing and supervising students.
• Assist program director in planning and conducting parent meetings
• Assist in the recruitment of staff and volunteers
• Assist the director is creating weekly attendance sheets and entering data into
predesignated database
• Assist director is collecting and keeping track of payments
• Ensure all SNCS families have forms on site, and that their attendance sheets
are being signed correctly. Assist director in getting end of month signatures for
• Accompany youth and staff on field trips
• Schedule staff and volunteers for the purpose of conforming with legally required
adult/youth ratios.
• Plan and conduct weekly staff meetings in partnership with the director
• Assist in budget monitoring and purchasing of needed supplies and equipment.
• Ensure that team members share the same vision and goals.
• Assist in evaluating staff performance and make recommendations for hiring
discipline and termination.
• Assist in providing resources and tools for all team members.

• Maintain all site supplies. • Ensure that students are well-behaved and implement discipline policy when
• Maintain the safety of site and students.
• Perform routine first aid and seek assistance for serious illness/injury.
• Assist director in the design, facilitation, and compiling of teacher, student, and
parent surveys.
• Assist in effectively managing site operations, including timely completion and
submittal of reports.
• Perform related duties as assigned.
Supervisory Responsibilities
• Supervise and facilitate evaluation of assistants/volunteers
Minimum Education/Certification
• AA degree or equivalent, with course work in child development or related area
and/or paid or volunteer experience with students
Special Knowledge/Skills
• Ability to work the full camp schedule. No time off requests will be granted
to ensure proper youth to adult ratios.
• Basic concepts of child development and atypical child behavior characteristics
• Appropriate human relations and student needs
• Knowledge of Trauma Informed Care, ACEs, and restorative justice practices
• Knowledge of Positive Youth Development
• Knowledge of family importance and the belief that parents are partners in their
children’s activities
• Proper English usage, spelling, grammar and arithmetical concepts
• Routine filing, computer skills and record keeping procedures.
Minimum Experience
• Two (2) years or more in an out-of-school time program, summer program, youth
recreation program, etc.
• Previous experience as supervisor, lead staff, or director
Working Conditions Environment:
• Indoor and outdoor environment
• May be exposed to extreme weather conditions, including long periods in the sun
• Work on a variety of surfaces: carpet, tile, grass and asphalt, wet, slippery, or hot
• Moderate noise levels in a variety of settings

Physical Requirements:
This position requires one to be physically active at a moderate to extreme level for
extended period each day. While performing the duties of this job, the person in this
position is:
• Frequently required to walk and stand for extended periods of time; bend,
stoop, kneel and reach in all directions; abilities to swim; possess manual/finger
dexterity to operate equipment, and handle and work with various materials and
objects; hear and understand speech at normal levels; communicate so that
others can clearly understand normal conversations; see for the purpose of
observing students
• Regularly required to exert 20 to 50 pounds of force frequently to lift, carry,
pushy, pull or otherwise move an object

Wage: $22.00 an hour

Please apply by sending your resume to Cori Ove at

Minimum Education and Experience

Minimum Months of Experience: 24
Education Required: High School
Driver's License Required: No
Minimum Hourly Wage: 22.00
Maximum Hourly Wage: 22.00
Accessible by Public Transportation: No