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After School Group Leaders

After school group leaders will lead a group of children and care for children in a safe and comforting manner, always being sure to follow the state rules and regulations. After school group leaders are responsible for leading activities, meal preparation, site cleanup, and communicating any challenging behaviors to the program coordinator or site administrator so that they can be appropriately communicated to parents.

Qualifications:

Applicant must be at least 18 years of age with a high school diploma or its equivalent. Understanding and knowledge of children, their behavior and development. Ability to follow and implement a lesson plan. Ability to use appropriate behavior management techniques. Ability to effectively manage children in a group setting. Organizational skills relating to handling child care documents and related paperwork. Current certifications in CPR/AED and First Aid are required prior to the first day of employment. A negative TB result is required prior to the first day of employment. Must pass a federal background check obtained through the NC Division of Early Education. Successful completion of additional child care training/education. Warm and friendly personality and a positive attitude toward children. Must have excellent skills in oral and written communication. Must meet additional requirements as noted by State Licensing Regulations. Must be able to stand, sit, play, crawl, jump, swim, speak, hear, listen, observe, and supervise for extended periods of time. After school group leaders must have knowledge and experience working with school age children (5-12yrs) and a BSAC Training (Certificate) (Basic School Age Care) is required within first day of employment.

How to Earn a BSAC Certificate:

BSAC Training can be completed online through www.swcdcinc.org.

How to Apply:

Submit a resume via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). You will be contacted with a date and time to interview. These positions are part-time from Mid-August through May. Part-time will be between 16-25 hours weekly during afterschool hours. Expect more hours during Winter/Spring break. We operate 7:30am-6:00pm during winter/spring break.


Summer Camp Group Leaders

Job Description:

Camp Leaders will lead a group of children and care for children in a safe and comforting manner, always being sure to follow the state rules and regulations. While with children camp leaders are responsible for leading activities, meal preparation, site cleanup, and communicating any behavioral difficulties to the program coordinator or site administrator so that they can be appropriately communicated to parents. 

Qualifications:

Applicant must be at least 18 years of age with a high school diploma or its equivalent. Understanding and knowledge of children, their behavior and development. Ability to follow and implement a lesson plan. Ability to use appropriate behavior management techniques. Ability to effectively manage children in a group setting. Organizational skills relating to handling child care documents and related paperwork. Current certifications in CPR/AED and First Aid are required prior to the first day of employment. A negative TB result is required prior to the first day of employment and a NC qualifying letter is required prior to the first day of employment. This letter is obtained by submitting finger prints to DHHS Criminal Background Check Unit/Child Care Team. Further information on this process can be found by visiting www.ncchildcare.nc.gov. Successful completion of additional child care training/education. Warm and friendly personality and a positive attitude for children. Must have excellent skills in oral and written communication. Must meet additional requirements as noted by State Licensing Regulations. Must be able to stand, sit, play, crawl, jump, swim, speak, hear, listen, observe, and supervise for extended periods of time. Camp Leaders must have knowledge and experience working with school age children. BSAC Training (Certificate) (Basic School Age Care) is required within first day of employment. 

How to Earn a BSAC Certificate:

BSAC Training can be completed by registering with Child and Family Resource Center. 

The class will be offered on March 18, 2017 from 9:00am-2:00pm 

851 Case Street, Hendersonville, NC, 28792 (828) 698-0674 

Southwestern Child Development Commission offers BSAC both face to face and online (instructor led and self-paced/on-demand) 

How to Apply:

Submit a resume via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). You will be contacted with a date and time to be interviewed. These positions are full-time (40 hours) for the summer months of June-August and will continue as Part-Time from Mid-August through May. Part-time will be between 16-25 hours weekly during afterschool hours and on School's Out days.