Under the direction of the Head of School and Director of Finance and Operations, the Auxiliary Programs Coordinator is responsible for development, coordination, public relations, and human resource functions of the auxiliary programs, including summer school, after school care, interim care and after school enrichment.
Manages the programs to ensure a safe and secure environment for the children. Directly supervises staff, including summer school teachers, program assistants and children when necessary. Establishes routines, provides positive guidance, enforces policies and procedures, including disciplinary policies, and facilitates communication both verbal and electronic with families, in accordance with the School’s policies and practices.
Responsible for the recruitment, hiring, and training of auxiliary program employees and after school enrichment vendors. Supervises and evaluates the performance of employees in accordance with school policies. Creates work schedules to proactively and efficiently maintain program.
Coordinates and organizes registration for auxiliary programs (class rosters, processing of forms and confirmation letters, parent communication, etc.). Monitors revenues and expenses and manages programs in accordance with budgetary restrictions. Maintains auxiliary program database. Prepares reports for and communicates with administration to keep them abreast of program changes and issues. Attend faculty and admin staff meetings. Coordinates and prepare licensing requirements and documents. Executes and oversees contracts related to program. Orders and provides snacks in accordance with the rules and regulations of licensing and governing entities.
Assesses, enhances, and where appropriate, expands auxiliary program offerings aligned with the School’s mission and to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of children. Plans and coordinates the publishing and advertising of program catalogues, brochures, schedules and/or handouts.
Participates in special projects to improve school operations, such as system upgrades & conversions, accreditation, task force committees, etc. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Finance & Operations and Head of School.
Education & Experience: Bachelor’s degree in related field with 12 months of experience working with children or Child Development Associate degree with 24 months of experience working with children.
Skills & Abilities: Ability to use a personal computer for email, spreadsheets, and word processing.
Licensure, Certification, and/or Registration. Registration with DHS Early Childhood Registry required.
Special requirements: Ability to lift, carry, push, and pull 50 pounds.
Availability: Able to work flexible hours.
About Hanahau'oli School
Hanahau'oli School is a Junior Kindergarten through 6th grade school dedicated to educational excellence by making learning exciting, challenging and enjoyable. Hanahau'oli is committed to learning by doing. The learning environment also integrates school life with home and world, and encourages partnerships within the community.