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Site Manager

FLSA Status: Exempt

Role:                       Site Manager

Status:                    Full Time

Start Date:              June or July 2019

Salary Range:         $48,000 - $52,000

Benefits:                 Full coverage of health, dental, and vision for the employee (70% for dependents); 5% 403b match                                        after 6 months; funding for professional development; and a book allowance

Position Description: The Site Manager will be part of our growing Program Team, responsible for the implementation and execution of Reach’s out-of-school-time programs at 2 – 3 program sites. The Site Manager will report directly to the Program Manager and will work with at least two other site managers. The position is outlined below.


 

Program Implementation

  • Recruit, enroll, and retain high school participants in all Reach programs.

  • Connect part-time staff and participants to the resources necessary to create and sustain a positive culture and high-performing community.

  • Be a consistent presence at program sites, ensuring that Reach’s curriculum and culture are represented faithfully.

  • Manage participation and retention of elementary school participants.

  • Build and maintain relationships with all program participants, part-time staff, guardians, and partner educators.

  • Observe, coach, and support part-time staff and volunteers to ensure fidelity to Reach’s curriculum and values.

Assessment & Evaluation

  • Ensure all program assessments are administered on time and effectively.

  • Collect and analyze program data regularly and accurately.

  • Capture qualitative data related to participants’ experience and performance.

Communication

  • Identify and communicate challenges and successes related to program processes, curriculum, and implementation.

  • Communicate program information and opportunities to participants, part-time staff, guardians, and partner educators.

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • 2+ years of education or youth development experience

  • Excellence in written communication and time management

  • Highly organized with sharp attention to detail

  • Strong interpersonal communication skills

Attitudes & Beliefs

  • Deeply committed to equity

  • Justice oriented

  • Relentlessly optimistic

  • Calm and confident during times of crisis

  • Collaborative

  • Proactive

  • Flexible and agile

  • Solutions oriented

  • Maintains an “Extra Mile Mentality”

 

 

Equity Statement: Reach values diversity in all forms and recognizes that our team is strengthened by both our personal differences and our shared beliefs. We believe that literacy is a key to intellectual and economic liberation. We actively fight to undo damage created through racism and structural oppression, and we commit ourselves to creating equity.

Job Posting: Reach Incorporated, an award-winning out-of-school-time program in the District of Columbia seeks a Site Manager to support our innovative work preparing teens to serve as elementary school literacy tutors and community role models. The Site Manager is the heart and soul of Reach’s work. Connecting people, programs, and resources, the Site Manager ensures that all Reach participants feel loved, challenged, and supported across all programs.

 

The Site Manager must be an exceptional relationship builder, able to connect deeply with participants, parents, and partners. The Site Manager must be passionate about both the programs and the people, regularly expressing a willingness to go above and beyond to create the experience worthy of the young people we serve. The Site Manager must be optimistic and tough, bringing authenticity and persistence to battles not easily won.

 

In Reach’s first decade, the organization has built a strong reputation and secured national honors. As Reach begins its second decade, the team is focused on creating an exceptional participant experience that shows that all teens – even those who arrive in high school with significant academic and social challenges – can become academically successful and economically mobile.

 

Do you want to be part of that? If so, send a cover letter and resume to jusna@reachincorporated.org, with the subject "Reach Incorporated – Site Manager."

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