Job Opportunities

If you are interested in working at Millennium Development, please fill out an application and a member of our hiring team will contact you as soon as possible with potential opportunities that we may have.

Summary

Youth Workers will report directly to the Program Director. He/she will be in charge of a group of children and will be responsible for the overall care and safety of the children. He/she will be responsible for assisting the Activity Specialist and group leader with ensuring supplies are available and retrieving all required supplies, as needed. In addition, he/she will actively participate in the activity by assisting participants.

Core Qualifications

  • Must be 17 years old or older.
  • Experience working with children, experience working in an after school environment preferred.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
  • Availability between 2:00 – 6:00; at least 3 days a week, Monday-Friday during the school year.

Responsibilities

  • Ensure the safety of all program participants.
  • Assist with snack, homework, and other activities, as necessary.
  • Assist Activity Specialists and Group Leaders with the implementation of lesson and activities.
  • Assist Activity Specialists and Group Leaders with classroom/behavioral management.
  • Ensure all supplies are retrieved and available before the start of all activities.
  • Ensure clean up of all classrooms/areas used for activities.
  • Provide constant supervision to assigned groups of children.
  • Ensure classrooms and activity areas are cleaned and organized after use.
  • Motivate and maintain active involvement of program participants.
  • Attend all required meetings and trainings.
  • Arrive to work on time.
  • Sign in upon arrival and sign out upon leaving.
  • Keep accurate time sheets- record actual time worked, use black or blue ink, and sign and date the bottom.
  • Wear your staff shirt as the outer garment for the duration of time you are on the clock (no sweatshirts or other outer garments covering your staff shirt).

Summary

Group Leaders will report directly to the Program Director. He/she will be in charge of a group of children and will be responsible for the overall care and safety of the children. He/she will be responsible for conducting aged appropriate activities alongside the Activity Specialist.

Core Qualifications

  • Must be 18 years old or older.
  • High School Diploma required, some college or relevant degree preferred.
  • Experience working with children, experience working in an afterschool environment preferred.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills, with the ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines.

Responsibilities

  • Assist with snack, homework, and other activities as necessary.
  • Ensure the safety of all program participants.
  • Submit age appropriate lesson plans and in a timely manner (in the absence of the Activity Specialist).
  • Assist Activity Specialists in the implementation of lesson and activities.
  • Assist Activity Specialists with classroom/behavioral management.
  • Provide constant supervision to assigned groups of children.
  • Motivate and maintain active involvement of program participants.
  • Attend all required meetings and trainings.
  • Arrive to work on time.
  • Sign in upon arrival and sign out upon leaving.
  • Keep accurate time sheets- record actual time worked, use black or blue ink, and sign and date the bottom.
  • Wear your staff shirt as the outer garment for the duration you are on the clock (no sweatshirts or other outer garments covering your staff shirt).

Summary

Instructors facilitate service learning, organize trips, conduct outreach and recruitment, and partner with the community on service-based projects. They provide supervision to group leaders/counselors and provide quarterly reports to meet the organization’s and DYCD’s requirements. Our Academic and Sports Instructors are responsible for creating lessons, projects and objectives that meet the individual students’ needs. He/she fosters an atmosphere of fun and learning and serves as a role model to youth, always conducting him/herself in the utmost professional manner and maintaining appropriate boundaries. They are also responsible for maintaining target number of participants.

Core Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree and Teaching Certification Required.
  • Interest and experience in creating interactive and academic, social learning, artistic, and/or recreational activities.
  • Minimum of two years of work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is required.
  • A genuine enthusiasm for developing professional skills through training opportunities and field practice.
  • Must have passion for organization’s mission and demonstrated interest in the field of education and youth development.
  • Availability at least 3 days a week, Monday-Friday during the school year.
  • Certifications and credentials in respective skill-based activity highly preferred.
  • Candidates who are qualified to lead instruction in more than one activity preferred as well.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with a broad range of people including school staff, parents, volunteers, and others.
  • Flexibility, with the ability to adapt to changing circumstances.

Academic Specialists

Responsible for curriculum development, preparation for classroom activities, teaching and holding students to established standards.

Sports Specialists

  • Focus on activities such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, flag football, archery, floorball, dance, and step. Sport Specialists utilize and adapt organization’s curriculum in order to create an engaging and awarding activity that encourages participation in organization’s programs.

Responsibilities

  • Assist with snack, homework, and other activities as necessary.
  • Classroom/behavioral management.
  • Develop strong rapport with all youth based on strength-based perspective.
  • Ensure engagement, participation, and consistent attendance of youth enrolled in activities.
  • Quickly identify and seek to resolve conflicts and behavioral problems.
  • Plan and facilitate purposeful and engaging activities and group projects.
  • Establish rapport with youth and provide mentoring, guidance and overall direction for their leadership development, artistic skills, physical activity engagement and academic progress.
  • Collaborate constructively with Group Leaders and Counselors and communicate regularly with the Program Director and Educational Specialist.
  • Have youth sign daily attendance sheet.
  • Serve as a positive role model and uphold professional behavior.
  • File incident reports (accidents, injuries, altercations, etc.) when necessary.
  • Submit regularly lesson plans, program reports, attendance sheets and other administrative duties assigned.
  • Communicate with Educational Specialist and Program Director regarding upcoming plans and necessary materials and supplies at least two weeks in advance.
  • Attend all required meetings and trainings.
  • Arrive to work on time.
  • Sign in upon arrival and sign out upon leaving.
  • Keep accurate time sheets- record actual time worked, use black or blue ink, and sign and date the bottom.
  • Wear your staff shirt as the outer garment for the duration you are on the clock (no sweatshirts or other outer garments covering your staff shirt).