Site Supervisor (Licensed)-Toby Wells

Looking to continue your career in Early Childhood Education?
Job Description

The School Age Site Supervisor works directly with staff and youth in a Community Care Licensed (Title 22) before and/or after-school setting at either a YMCA facility or a local elementary school site. As the leader of a team, they impact staff and youth’s lives by helping them learn, grow, and develop. Leads the program operation, staff supervision, youth supervision, planning, family relations, school relations, reporting, documentation, and regulation compliance of a program for children 5-12 years of age. The School Age Site Supervisor is also directly involved in the daily planning, implementation, and facilitation of activities and events for participants. The YMCA of San Diego County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer Minority/Female/Disability/Vets. We are committed to a diverse workforce.

  • Must be 21 years of age or older and a high school graduate.
  • Minimum of 1-4 years working in a child and youth development, education, or comparable setting: 1 year with a BA/BS Degree in Child Development or Early Childhood Education, 1 year with a Child Development Site Supervisor Permit, 2 years with an AA Degree in Child Development or Early Childhood Education, 4 years, otherwise
  • Must meet minimum qualifications for a highly qualified Classroom Assistant/Instructional Aide in the district in which the assigned school operates; AA/AS degree, 48 college units or passing score on district’s Classroom Assistant/Instructional Aide proficiency exam acceptable.
  • Visual and auditory ability to respond to critical incidents and the physical ability to act in an emergency.
  • One or more of the following:
    • Completion, with passing grades, of 15 units in Child Development (CD) or related field including: 3 units in CD/ECE or related field, 3 units in child growth and development, 3 units in child, family and community, 3 units in program/curriculum, and 3 units in Administration of Child Care Programs. AA or BA in Child Development is highly desirable. (Related fields can include: Arts, Early Childhood Education, Education, Humanities, Physical Education, Psychology, Recreation, Sociology, and Theater)
    • Completion, with passing grades, of the 12 units with 3 more units of current enrollment in
  • Administration of Child Care Programs will be considered.
  • Physical ability to lead activities such as sports, games, and curriculum activities and monitor behavior.
  • Fingerprint clearance from DOJ/FBI required prior to working.
  • TB test clearance within 60 days prior to employment or prior to working on a school site.
  • Completion of Child Abuse Prevention training prior to working with program participants.
  • Licensing, state law, and our funders require that applicants of critical positions within Community Support Services be fingerprinted, prior to reporting to work, and include subsequent arrest notifications.
  • CPR/AED, and First Aid Certification, must include Adult and Child/Infant, obtained within 30 days of hire, and must be from one of the following certifying organizations:
    • American Red Cross
    • American Heart Association
    • American Safety & Health Institute 


Essential Functions
  • Responsible for overall on-site management, staff and student supervision, site compliance, program planning, and implementing high-quality program activities in accordance with the goals and policies, school district, collaborative partners, and the YMCA of San Diego County.
  • Supervise program staff and participants, ensuring their guidance and safety at all times.
  • Responsible for student recruitment and program marketing to ensure program capacity.
  • Provide positive behavior guidance that supports the developmental, social-emotional, and physical needs of all students.
  • Actively collaborate with families, school personnel, and district partners to align high-quality academic activities, coordinate student services, and ensure positive relationships with all program stakeholders.
  • Effectively manage all administrative duties for site including site budget, monthly paperwork, attendance management, program planning, staff development, and other contractual and compliance duties.
  • Manage daily program operations including daily set up, program management, and daily closure of expanded learning program.
  • Perform daily duties that ensure space is properly maintained, organized, clean, and safe.