Outstanding opportunity for a well-organized individual with demonstrated skills in administration, management, education, and the implementation of out-of-school time activities
for students in grades K-5.
Candidate must be age 21+; able to demonstrate administrative, management, and organizational skills; experience working with school-age children in an educational setting, youth, or recreational program.
Must hold or be qualified to obtain Head Teacher Certification in Connecticut. A high school diploma or equivalency certificate or 12 (twelve) credits in early childhood education or child
development from an accredited college and at least 1,080 hours of documented supervised experience over a (9) month span of time, including working with children ages 5-12 in a child care or day care center; OR a (4) year college degree in early childhood education or child development and at least 360 hours of documented supervised experience working with children ages 5-12.
ERfC’s mission is to team with kids, communities, schools, and families to grow resilient kids. Through
innovative community collaborations, we help kids learn, reach their goals, and contribute to their
ERfC Out-Of-School Time (OST) Centers are designed to give students’ homework support, and project based academic, enrichment, and recreational activities that support and complement what is learned during the school day. All activities are designed to improve student outcomes and interest in learning. Drawing on best practices in youth development, ERfC OST staff guide students to build academic and
life skills in a meaningful and fun context.
Complete an online application here and attach the following: a cover letter outlining your interest and experience; a resume; and an unofficial copy of your college transcript.