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Site Coordinator - Atherton Branch, Roosevelt High School

Position: Site Coordinator - Atherton Branch, Roosevelt High School
Location: Atherton
Salary Range: $41,500/year
Status: Full time/Exempt

Designs, directs, and supports the development and operations of multi-oriented programs
and services for high school and college aged youth. Ensures that strategic and tactical
goals of the Association and HIDOE offices are met. The Site Coordinator will support the
growth of specific Y high school and college-age programs and serves as the on-site
supervisor of the 21CCLC program at Roosevelt High School. Duties include: quality math
and language arts tutoring, school specific enrichment, distribution of snacks, family
involvement opportunities, and community engagement.

Reports directly to both the 21CCLC Project Director and Atherton Branch Executive
Director, to carry out branch or specific program initiatives involving high school and
college age youth. Typical work hours consist of 8:00am-5:00pm and must be available to
oversee 21CCLC operations on-site at Roosevelt High School, Monday through Friday

This position is critical to the success of Atherton programs and its organization. This
position is responsible for all operations relating to the design, development,
implementation, supervision, and improvement of assigned program areas (high school
and college age programming); ensuring that strategic goals of the Association are met.
The Site Coordinator is responsible for developing & strengthening relationships between
high school and college age students, employees, volunteers, campus leaders, and key
partners; striving to increase the organization’s presence and capacity in the community at
large while handling recruiting, onboarding, coaching, supervising, evaluating, and
supporting students.

All 21CCLC positions are dependent on the availability of funds and continuation of the
21CCLC contract. The current contract provides programming for the following three school
years (2021-2022, 2022-2023, and 2023-2024) with the possibility of extension for an
additional two years (2024-2025 and 2025-2026). This position’s salary is split between two
different funding sources: 60% 21CCLC, 40% High School & College Age programming.

  • Relating to 21CCLC Programs:
  • Communicates and coordinates directly with key stakeholders including,
  • college admission and career counselors, club advisors, sports team
  • coaches, teachers, and school administrations to offer support services such
  • as workshops, presentations, and mentoring for students.
  • Develop community partnerships to broaden experiences for program
  • participants.
  • Implements quality enriched youth-led research projects and volunteer
  • service-learning projects; offering a diverse range of college and career
  • development opportunities.
  • Collaborates with colleagues to establish, supervise & nurture high school
  • internships and programs.
  • Supervise a team of staff and develop their leadership skills through work
  • experience and opportunities.

  • Relating to Atherton Branch (High School & College Age) Programs:
  • Responsible for the successful planning, delivery, evaluation, and expansion
  • the YMCA’s service trips (local, domestic, and international) during Spring
  • Break and Summer.
  • Responsible for the successful planning, delivery, evaluation, and expansion
  • of the YMCA’s College Camp program.
  • Drives the Association’s support of post high school preparation
  • opportunities, in alignment with workforce development trends and access to
  • higher education options.
  • General/Other:
  • Attends meetings, training, and participates in YMCA events.
  • Supports board communication and initiatives.
  • Supports the development and management of annual budgets and re-
  • forecasting.
  • Supports staff and program needs across the Association as assigned.
  • Performs all other duties as assigned.
  • Participates and supports the success of the Annual Campaign.


  • Requires understanding of human development, group work process, program and staff development, skilled in general management and communications.
  • Must be proficient in Word, Excel, Windows XP, Power Point/LCD projector and Google Suite.
  • Must be people oriented, possess strong management and supervisory skills, be well organized and be able to multi-task.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate and work with diverse populations (race, gender, socioeconomic status, education, age, cultures,
  • languages, etc.)
  • Leads, innovates, and communicates with empathy to establish, maintain, and strengthen relationships with community organizations.
  • Knowledge of program fiscal management.
  • Must be able to work with and lead a diverse group of individuals to produce a successful program experience for staff and participants.

  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Bachelor’s degree in human services, social services, recreation, or related field preferred.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in after-school program planning required.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience working in youth development or human service programs and/or activities required.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience supervising, coaching, or leading programs for 15–25-year-olds required.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience working within a non-profit organization preferred.
  • Other preferred platform knowledge: Canva, InDesign, Kronos, ActiveNet, TechSmith products, and other programs or platforms used for training, tracking, relationship management and communication preferred.
  • General office operations experience preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license and clean driving history report required.
  • CPR, AED, and First Aid Certified (training available upon hire)

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