- Auxiliary Programs
- Summer Programs
Park Street School, Boston, MA
Park Street School and Park Street Kids provides a continuous, integrated Christian-based education for children, toddler through sixth grade.
Park Street School and Park Street Kids are grounded in a content-rich curriculum that lays a foundation of knowledge, built upon and expanded in each grade. Our children engage in hands-on activities, learn to think creatively and solve problems methodically. Their growth as unique individuals – academically, spiritually, emotionally and physically – is fostered with intention in a nurturing environment. They develop a strong sense of self and place, learning to invest in their communities and the world around them.
Auxiliary Program Coordinator
The primary focus of the Auxiliary Program Coordinator will be to manage all aspects of the current after school program, as well as the successful planning, launch and expansion of a PSS summer camp program. The Auxiliary Program Coordinator will play a vital role in maintaining, growing and researching alternative revenue sources to strengthen the school’s financial position, as well as, increase community awareness of Park Street School. This position will report directly to the school’s COO/CFO and will oversee facility rentals and other events as assigned by his/her supervisor.
- Organize and manage all auxiliary program logistics, such as schedules, instructors, supply requests, and other programmatic needs.
- Identify and hire instructors and staff for all Auxiliary Programs and necessary coverage.
- Attend fairs/conferences, coordinate marketing of auxiliary programs and represent PSS at different functions.
- Register participants, price and invoice programs, process all fees and manage collections.
- Maintain accurate records for all staff, students, incident/accident reports, and other required documentation.
- Conduct observations; assess and evaluate staff on a consistent basis and address concerns as they arise.
- Ensure safety and security of children enrolled and handle student issues as they arise.
- Build and maintain positive relationships with all stakeholders (participants, parents, school staff and administration), to facilitate overall positive after-school/summer culture. This includes:
- Evaluate demand for student after school and summer programs.
- Analyze student participation in activities.
- Gather and analyze input from stakeholders on the quality of the experience.
- Serve as a point of contact for parents, students, faculty, staff and contractors.
- Work with CFO to manage budget/profit goals for bottom line performance and to ensure profitability.
- Facilitate and coordinate rental of school facilities to outside organizations.
- Schedule permitting; work with various members of the faculty to assist with events such as plays, concerts, and various other programs.
- Manage coverage of front desk from 4pm-6pm during the school year.
- Potential for teaching/mentoring of students and faculty in elements of the Performing Arts.
- Work with CFO to evaluate and identify best practices and software to track and manage auxiliary programs.
- Additional tasks may be added over time as PSS’s auxiliary programs expand.
Qualifications of a Strong Candidate:
- At least a Bachelor's degree.
- Self-initiator who can see and meet needs and is not afraid to “roll up their sleeves” and jump in.
- Gentle yet firm approach with students in managing behavior and expectations.
- Strong interpersonal, communication, organizational and time management skills.
- Provide excellent customer service through timely and effective written and personal communication.
- Ability to create and maintain a fun, caring, and responsive educational environment.
- Confidence and creativity to market and grow programs through a variety of venues.
Salary & Benefits
- This is a full-time, 12-month position, Monday through Friday, 10-6 PM (during the academic year) and Monday through Friday, 8-4 PM (during the summer months). Salary is commensurate with experience, with a very competitive benefit package.
- Starting date: March, 2019
Please e-mail the following items to firstname.lastname@example.org with the job position in the “Subject Line”:
- A cover letter, current resume and transcripts
- Three (3) professional references that can speak to your qualifications with regards to this specific position
- Brief answers to the following:
- Describe your own personal faith and how you incorporate that into your professional career.
- In your mind, what does a “Christian education” look like and what motivates you to work in that specific environment?