After School Program Site Manager

  • Job Reference: 87350291-2
  • Date Posted: 26 April 2019
  • Recruiter: Street Soccer USA
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Site Manager
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

About Street Soccer USA: Street Soccer USA is a national non-profit organization that uses the power of soccer to help people of all ages and background discover their strengths and take positive steps forward in their lives.

Our unique curriculum connects soccer skills to life skills, giving our players the tools they need to unlock the promise in themselves. By hosting community based events, and showing up to weekly practices, we create the space for people to come together and feel empowered.

Position Summary: The SSUSA-East Bay After School Program Site Manager is responsible for managing the development and execution of SSUSA's sport for social change programming at East Bay Program Sites. The Site Manager ensures quality execution by coaches, staff and volunteers of SSUSA's mission and methodologies. The Site Manager is responsible for cultivating and maintaining positive relationships with After School partner agencies at all East Bay Program Sites, hiring, scheduling, supervising and evaluating coaches and volunteers, effectively marketing and communicating SSUSA information to program participants and ensuring all SSUSA administrative requirements are met.

Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Management

  • Create and effectively share program schedules and calendars, ensuring that all key stakeholders (partner agencies, coaches, participants, etc.) across East Bay Program Sites have current documents on a monthly basis;
  • Recruit and support coaches and mentors to deliver SSUSA programming;
  • Identify needed resources and devise and execute plans to secure resources at each East Bay Program Site (including equipment, supplies and playing space, if necessary);
  • Ensure that resources are delivered to After School Program sites in a timely manner, are appropriately distributed to coaches and are inventoried and stored securely to minimize waste;
  • Ensure quality appearance and safety conditions at each East Bay Program Site including executing and/or arranging timely repairs as necessary;
  • Track After School Program budgets, make budget requests to the National Program Manager (NPM) and share requests for equipment purchases (NPM);
  • At each East Bay Program Site, work with the partner to devise a system for delivering best highest possible program quality
  • Oversee the design and delivery of culture-building program events such as community celebrations, parent-participation activities, uniform, tournaments and festivals;
  • Complete monthly "After School Program Site Reports" to the NPM which evaluate successes and areas for improvement at each location (designed to notify NPM about East Bay Program Sites programming as well as equipment needs, inventory and requested repairs and for NPM to assess the Site Manager's adherence to program budgets);
  • Oversee implementation of SSUSA Social Services Initiatives including, but not limited to, education support, off-the-field curriculum, parental engagement;
  • Ensure understanding of and compliance with SSUSA safety, curriculum, communications and other policies by all staff and volunteers;
  • Ensure that coaches have current rosters of youth participants, have collected all required release forms and are taking attendance at each SSUSA practice/activity and reporting such attendance as required by the After School partner as well as to SSUSA in a timely fashion;
  • Oversee maintenance and documentation of participant records, including full entry of participant information into database ensuring that participant records are complete, accurate, up to date and easily shared with the SSUSA team at all times.
  • Participate and dial-into in weekly National SSUSA Program Manager Calls
  • Participate and be present for in weekly Street Soccer USA Bay Area Programs & Social Services Team Meetings

2. Programming

  • Beyond the initial training of coaches to deliver the SSUSA methodology, support coaches in developing lesson plans which are aligned with the NPM & Bay Area PM and SSUSA methodology;
  • Oversee SSUSA Coaches Feedback Card (Evaluation Process)
  • Head Coaching at a minimum of three program sites.

3. Events

  • Support with planning and production of East Bay Street Soccer Fest, in Spring & Summer
  • Support with planning and production of SSUSA activation at Black Joy Parade in February 2019

Education, Experience & Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree, focus on nonprofit management, public administration, public health, community development, education or social work, preferred.
  • Minimum 3 years experience in nonprofit programming development and delivery.
  • Strong management skills including managing complex, multifaceted programs resulting in measurable successes and growth.
  • Strength in hiring, recruiting, managing, developing, mentoring, coaching, and retaining individuals and teams, empowering them to elevate their levels of responsibility and performance.
  • Ability to work with diverse individuals and groups on complex community issues.
  • Excellent judgment and creative problem solving skills, superior management skills;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to details.
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to, and passion for, Street Soccer USA's mission.
  • Enthusiasm for and preferably experience playing/coaching soccer.

Compensation & Tenure
Compensation based on qualifications and experience

This is a 6 month contracted role beginning January 2019 - June 30th 2019, with the intent for it to evolve into a full time salaried position with benefits beginning July 1, 2019.

Street Soccer USA brings soccer to communities to help people of all ages and backgrounds discover their strengths and take positive steps forward in their lives. Our curriculum connects soccer skills to life skills, giving players the tools they need to unlock the promise in themselves. By hosting community-based tournaments and showing up each day for practices and games, we create the space for players to cultivate trusting relationships, connect to local social services, and build the skills and confidence to succeed. And because every community is unique, we tailor our approach to fit their own vision of success-whether it's building a safe, healthy place for community members to call their own, or supporting local clubs so more kids have the chance to play the beautiful game. From after-school programs, to adult training sessions, we provide more opportunities for all players to have fun, work hard, and lift each other up-on and off the field.