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The SKY Family YMCA Afterschool Group Leader - Englewood Location in Englewood, Florida


Under the supervision of the Program Director, the position is responsible for the direct care, supervision and well being of all children enrolled in the Before/After School Program/Summer Camp, for children ages 5-12.


  • Release children ONLY to authorized persons (must ask for ID)

  • Organizes and executes all activities for enrolled children.

  • Monitors the program area at all times to ensure safety, and immediately makes changes as necessary.

  • Provides a positive environment for all participants, and actively encourages participation to ensure growth and development.

  • Exemplifies appropriate behavior and is a role model for participants; actively listens to all children and shows patience, understanding, and respect for others.

  • Instructs and guides participants through the rules of the program and ensures adherence; disciplines children within established guidelines of the YMCA and parent, and only when appropriate.

  • Immediately reports all unusual incidents or accidents to the Program Director, and fills out all applicable and necessary reports.

  • Records daily attendance and maintains accurate and complete records.

  • Ensures the childcare facility is neat, orderly and free of all safety impediments.

  • Develops and fosters interpersonal relationships between participants, and is pro-active creating an environment of cooperation, friendliness, and helpfulness towards staff and customers.

  • Develops and maintains age appropriate activities.

  • Ensures all necessary supplies are on hand and well maintained at all times.

  • Other job-related duties as assigned may be necessary to carry out the responsibilities of this position.


  • Will appear clean, neat, and appropriately attired in accordance with the Association?s Policy on personal appearance

  • Will adhere to all policies as stated in the SKY Family YMCA Handbook

  • Will be trained in and adhere to all policies and procedures including but not limited to privacy, confidentiality and security policies and procedures within department

  • Sets measurable goals and evaluates achievement of goals

  • Reports to work at the scheduled time and works as scheduled

  • Completes work in a timely, accurate and thorough manner

  • Nothing in this job description restricts management?s job to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time


  • High School Diploma

  • Successfully complete State of Florida Criminal History Background Check requirements as well as meet the Association?s policies on background screening

  • Prior experience working with children

  • Able to adhere to drug/alcohol/smoke free workplace policy

  • Able to maintain confidentiality

  • Positive attitude


  • Infant/child CPR & First Aid

  • Annual completion of YMCA Blood Borne Pathogens training

  • Annual completion of YMCA Child Sexual Abuse Prevention class

  • Successfully complete DCF background screening requirements as well as meet the association policies on background screening.

  • 40 clock hours of Introduction to Child Care Training class*(State Mandated)

  • 5 clock hours of Early Literacy and Language Development Training class*

  • 40 clock hours of annual In-Service training completed between July 1st and June 30th of each calendar year (CDA certified personnel only require 10 clock hours)

  • Additional training classes as recommended by Supervisor

*Employee must enroll in these trainings within 90 days of hire date and must be completed within 1 year of hire date if not already completed. Professional Development/CEU?s may qualify in lieu of requirement (seek assistance from your supervisor). Failure to comply with requirement will result in immediate termination.