The Salvation Army

  • Group Leader

    Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
    Job ID
    Youth Work
    Compensation Min
    USD $11.50/Hr.
    Compensation Max
    USD $12.00/Hr.
    Regular Part-Time
  • Overview

    Assist students with all their homework and provide tutoring. Assist in supervision of students on field trips and other outings. He/she will create STEM and Literacy lesson plans for students K-5, as well as lead such lessons. The Group Leader will work five (5) days per week, Mondays through Fridays, from 2:30 to 6:00pm in accordance with the DOE school calendar. Other days and times for trainings and orientations will be required. The Group Leader should provide and project positive reinforcement to problem solving and encouragement during all program areas. 


    • Assist the Site Director with maintaining a structured, fun, and safe environment.
    • Assist with supervision on field trips and other outings.
    • Oversee a group of students assigned by Site Director.
    • Help students with homework
    • Encourage independent study by students
    • Make sure homework is checked.
    • Provide and project positive reinforcement to problem solving and encouragement during all program areas.
    • Set up displays of the student’s work to use in our reports for funders & parents to see what their child does while in our care.
    • Pick up students when necessary.
    • Do not leave class or group unattended AT ANY TIME.
    • Must have knowledge of the whereabouts of ALL students assigned to you at all times.
    • Attend staff & parent meetings.
    • Be punctual and notify Corps Officer and/or Site Director if going to be late or absent.
    • Follow all policies set forth by GAINS, DYCD, and DOH which includes the State of New York School Age Child Care Program.
    • Attend mandatory trainings and orientations.
    • Create Lesson Plans for students and their activities.
    • Be responsible for equipment/supplies used by and during programming.
    • Request supplies needed to help you meet the needs of your students and activities.
    • Make sure assigned classrooms and working areas are clean, neat, and organized at all times.
    • Attend weekly/bi-weekly, trainings and emergency staff meetings to discuss activities and Program.
    • Provide input in the program to make it successful.
    • Treat students with respect- do not scream, degrade, insult, tease or physically abuse children. ENCOURAGE mutual respect.
    • Take part in all recreational and educational activities with students and help ensure a positive experience.
    • Report any incidents, illness, or injury to Site Director and/or Health Director
    • Consistently reports to work on time and is ready to begin work at the start of the shift.
    • Always provides proper notification when late absent.
    • Demonstrates reliability when on-call. Available to work overtime when necessary (only non-Exempt employees).
    • Demonstrates the ability to recognize priorities in organization of workflow. Able to perform duties independently, with minimal need of direct supervision.
    • Maintain the confidentiality of clients, shelter/program, agency, and/or The Salvation Army
    • Reports to work well-groomed and in compliance with dress code.
    • Demonstrates the ability to interact in a positive and helpful manner with clients, visitors, contract staff, volunteer, and co-workers.
    • Reflects commitment to building a supportive work environment and maintains a positive attitude at the work place and towards job.
    • Projects a good image in dealing with the public and clients.


    • High School Diploma or the Equivalent
    • Knowledgeable about school age children and have experience and/or received training in child/youth development or related field.


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