Founded in 1993, ConcordRENTS is a national leader in high quality, customer-focused property management of affordable multifamily rental housing. Our continued success is based upon our exceptional team members. Our team members’ commitment to the company is strengthened by ConcordRENTS belief that everyone has a right to earn a living wage and prepare themselves for a secure retirement. ConcordRENTS is proud to make continued investments in our valued team members by offering competitive pay and an industry leading 401-K match.
Our management approach is to maintain the value and integrity of our communities while demonstrating exceptional customer service. This philosophy is accomplished by building relationships with our residents while providing them with a quality housing experience. Ultimately, we measure the value of our performance based on the satisfaction of our residents. ConcordRENTS recognizes that the spirit of teamwork and community is the true key to our growth as a company. Our legacy is propelled by the ability to meet the needs of a changing market and to stay ahead of the competition, making ConcordRENTS a meaningful place to work.
BASIC PURPOSE: Provides academic, social, and recreational opportunities for youth development through a wide range of activities in arts, technology, athletics, nutrition, community service and more. Reinforces school day learning through effective homework and tutoring help.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Provides supervision of children and leads organized learning activities to develop and strengthen their academic, physical, and social skills. 2. Accomplish activity plans in accordance with the curriculum objectives and program goals. 3. Ensures that the facility is safe, clean, organized and well maintained. Inspects Monster Club play areas and equipment for potential safety hazards and take corrective action to prevent injuries. 4. Models appropriate behaviors for children. 5. Implements positive discipline techniques. 6. Interacts professionally and appropriately with parents and guardians informing them about the club and its activities, exchanges information about the children’s progress and encourages involvement and Cultural Continuity. 7. Maintains records, confidentiality and prepares reports to keep management informed of club participation and activities. 8. Responds to inquiries for the purpose of resolving problems, providing information and or/referring to appropriate team member. 9. Actively solicits interaction with community, including volunteers, community service projects, or other appropriate sources of community interaction. 10. Solicits in-kind donations. 11. Effectively recruits and retains club members.
OTHER DUTIES MAY INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: 1. Purchases supplies and provides adequate materials, equipment and activities. 2. Manages petty cash fund. 3. Assists with Resident Programs. 4. Remains abreast of any changes in requirements/ policies and procedures through regular communication and attendance in meetings and professional development training.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED: Use of computer, fax, telephone, copy machine, and play equipment.
KNOWLEDGE: Must be able to read and speak English conversationally. Bilingual preferred. Proficient skills working with computers and software programs. Must have thorough knowledge of state required rules and regulations concerning the care of children in private and public programs. Be familiar and proficient with emergency procedures. Must be able to handle multiple tasks at the same time. Effective communication skills and writing skills required.
EXPERIENCE: Two years of experience working with children of various ages and cultures in an organized setting required. Completion of CPR and First Aid Certification required within 90 days of hire. State of Florida DCF 40 hour Childcare Introductory Training or equivalent and successful completion of competency examination(s) within the current school year of being employed strongly preferred.
COMPLEXITY OF DUTIES: Work is fairly routine and uses various procedures and applications. Makes judgments based on standard practice and routines.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Plans and arranges most of own work as long as definite, established objectives are followed. Instructed to refer anything unusual or outside of normal procedures to supervisor.
CONSEQUENCE OF ERRORS: Any errors made would be detected in the operations that follow. Most of the work is verified or checked. Mistakes are usually confined to a single department or activity. Failure to follow policy and adequate services may result in an unsafe environment for the children and may result in detriment to the program and harm to the children.
CONTACTS WITH OTHERS: Work closely with the Community Director, Regional Support Coordinator, Monster Club Counselor, children, parents, office and maintenance team members and other Monster Club Coordinators to develop and enhance a workable program and participation.
CONFIDENTIAL DATA: Works with confidential data such as resident’s personal information, which, if disclosed might have an adverse internal effect or external impact.
MENTAL AND/OR VISUAL DEMAND: Flow of work and character of duties involve concentrated mental and visual attention along with manual coordination. Requires reading and interpretation of written information in hard copy and on computer screen, communication on the telephone and in person, and effective and efficient operation of computer and effective writing skills.
WORKING CONDITIONS: Must be able to work in a busy and occasionally noisy environment. Occasional exposure to elements such as weather, which make conditions less desirable then usually found in an office.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms and to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, and sit and is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must also frequently lift or move up to 25 lbs.; occasionally lift or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception.
CHARACTER OF SUPERVISION: This is a non-supervisory position.
SCOPE OF SUPERVISION: This is a non-supervisory position.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the team member for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Internal Number: 276
About Concord Rents
ConcordRents is the national leader in high quality affordable rental housing. We are proud that over 50,000 residents choose to call our communities home. At Concord we offer a generous benefits package which includes 16 days of personal time as well as 7 days of company paid holidays within your first year of employment, medical benefits and 401K with contributions from the company. We also encourage our team members to take advantage of living at one of our exceptional communities, which may have housing discounts available. If you are looking for a meaningful place to work, are a top performer, and would like to build a long term career, please review our current career opportunities.