Child And Youth Program Assistant Leader Level Jobs Vacancy at Air Force Nonappropriated Fund Afnaf Services Career Program Lakenheath
- Child And Youth Program Assistant Leader Level
- Air Force Nonappropriated Fund Afnaf Services Career Program
- Lakenheath ENG
- 18 Mar, 2018 30+ days ago
Air Force Nonappropriated Fund Afnaf Services Career Program Lakenheath urgently required following position for Child And Youth Program Assistant Leader Level. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Child And Youth Program Assistant Leader Level Jobs Vacancy at Air Force Nonappropriated Fund Afnaf Services Career Program Lakenheath Jobs Details:
Serves as a team leader for program staff with responsibility for the operation and program in accordance with applicable regulations in one or more child and youth programs. Accountable for the whereabouts and safety of children and youth. Oversees arrival/departure of children/youth. Supervises children and youth ranging in age from 6 weeks to 18 years during daily schedule of indoor and outdoor activities, on field trips, outings and special events. Works in ratio with children and youth. Encourages participant interest and establishes a program setting that promotes positive child and youth interactions with other children, youth and adults. Monitors staff/child or youth ratios to ensure adequate staffing. Plans, coordinates and conducts activities for program participants based on observed needs of individual children/youth. Prepares and implements program options for children and youth with special requirements. Works with trainer and supervisor to implement activities and special events that meet the physical, social, emotional and cognitive needs of the children and youth. Works with team members to prepare, arrange and maintain indoor and outdoor activity areas and materials to accommodate daily schedule. Assist children and youth with special projects, homework and life skills. Interacts with children and youth using approved child guidance and youth development techniques. Interacts professionally with staff members, parents, supervisors and volunteers. Participates in conferences with parents, program staff, and other representatives (as applicable). Briefs other employees and parents. Notes special instructions provided by parents. Ensures children and youth (as applicable) depart with an authorized person according to written parental instruction. Provides opportunities for parental involvement. Instructs team members in specific tasks and job techniques; makes available written instructions, reference materials, and supplies. Explains program guidance, procedures, policies and directives to team members. Resolves problems and conflict situations or obtains information and guidance from supervisor. Demonstrates proper work methods and provides work-related guidance to subordinates. Models appropriate behaviors and techniques for working with children/youth. Conducts on-the-job training and instruction for team members. Ensures team members follow safety, fire, fitness, health and nutrition procedures and informs supervisor of compliance concerns. Relays instructions from the supervisor, makes activity assignments and gets work started in accordance with the daily activity plan. Provides input to the supervisor as requested concerning promotions, reassignments, performance appraisals, incentive awards, etc. Observes program participants for signs that may indicate illness, abuse or neglect and reports as directed. Arranges for/serves appropriate snacks/meals, where applicable. Inventories equipment on a recurring basis and recommends replenishing damaged, missing and depleted supplies. Secures supplies, equipment, and facilities. Collects, maintains and reports program participation data. Uses designated evaluation materials to ensure assigned area is in compliance with AF standards and metrics. Ensures assigned area achieves and maintains standards for DoD certification and national accreditation or equivalent. Provides care/supervision, oversight, and accountability for program participants in compliance with AF and local policies, guidance, and standards. Ensures compliance with policies and regulations applicable to AF Child and Youth Programs. May be required to transport children in government vehicles. Acts as manager in non-routine/emergency situations for purposes of opening/closing of facility. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age, hold a high school diploma (or equivalent) and must speak, read and write English. Must meet specific physical requirements, must pass a physical examination and have required immunizations. Must be able to lift 40 lbs or more and stand for long periods of time. Must be able to obtain a Food Handler’s Certificate, and satisfactorily complete installation, state and national criminal background checks. Must satisfactorily complete mandatory training as specified below. Must possess maturity and good judgment and like working with children/youth and their parents. Employee must have a valid driver’s license. Knowledge of operating one or more gasoline, diesel, or electrical powered wheeled vehicles with a FVW of up to 10,000 pounds. Possess knowledge of defensive driving techniques, including skill to recognize developing hazardous road and traffic conditions and the judgement to select alternate routes to avoid potential problems. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: This is a drug testing designated position. The incumbent is subject to random testing for drug use. Must provide a copy of current driving record. Satisfactory completion of a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) required.
SPECIALIZED REQUIREMENT: One year at the CY03 level or equivalent. Must have completed an Associate of Arts degree in early childhood education, youth development, or related fields or have a Child Development Associate credential or a Youth Development credential (must remain current).
EMPLOYMENT BENEFIT INFORMATION
Regular Employment Category: US NAF employment offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes, in part, annual leave, sick leave, holidays, retirement plan and a 401(k) savings plan. Minimum guaranteed work week hours are 20.
Flexible Employment Category: Flexible employees have work schedules that depend of the needs of the facility. These employees may work a minimum of zero hours to a maximum of 40 hours per week. These positions do not receive benefits as mentioned above.
Who May Apply:
Internal and External applicants who meet overseas employment eligibility.
For overseas employment eligibility and other related information please click on the yellow “Notice” button located on the top right of this page. Applicants need to ensure to submit the required documents to substantiate eligibility or preference category. No transportation, travel, PCS or relocation expenses will be paid.
Military Spouse Preference shall be provided in accordance with DoD Instruction 1400.25-V315, Employment of Spouses of Active Duty Military. Military Spouse Preference terminates upon declination a continuing position, for which the spouse has registered or applied for employment , whether or not preference was applied. Please carefully read the information provided on the NAF Jobs website under "Preferences".
What happens to Military Spouse (MSP) and Family Member (FMP) preference?
Military Spouse Preference (MSP), is lost upon acceptance or refusal of a continuing (Regular category) position in the Federal Service (APF/NAF) for which the spouse has registered or applied for employment, whether or not preference was applied, per AFMAN 34-310.
Family Member Preference (FMP) is lost upon acceptance or refusal of a flexible or regular category position in the Federal Service (APF/NAF) for which the family member has registered or applied for employment, whether or not preference was applied, per AFMAN 34-310.
Your application package must include: A NAF electronic application, and/or resume, PCS orders (Active Duty Military and Federal DoD civilians who PCS’d to the UK), Command Sponsor Letter, DD214 and other supporting documents.
How you will be evaluated: The NAF electronic application, resume, and supporting documents will be used to determine your qualification for this position. Your experience and/or education identified must meet the qualification requirements shown in the qualification section of this announcement. Omissions or lack of documentation may affect your consideration for employment.
Background Check: All employment is contingent upon a successful completion of a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) and all other required background checks.
Education and experience may be considered when setting pay.
Internal NAF applicants pay may be set according to applicable pay setting rules.
For current appropriated Fund (APF) employees, portability pay setting rules apply (REF: AFMAN 34-310, NAF Personnel Program Management and Administration Procedures, para 18.104.22.168).
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