Site Director - MS 333 (after school)

Roads to Success
 New York, NY

OUR MISSION: Our mission is to inspire and empower all young people to take control of their future.

OUR VISION: We envision a world where everyone has access to an equitable path to success.

PROGRAM DESIGN: RTS facilitates a variety of youth programs including after-school, summer camps, retreats, conferences and summer employment opportunities reaching thousands of young people throughout NYC each year. RTS emphasizes the youth development practice of the Circle of Courage in all our programs; creating an environment of Belonging, where young people can build their Independence, find and develop their Mastery skill, and practice Generosity in their communities. At the core of our programs are staff training strategies that enable our young professionals to develop extraordinarily meaningful relationships with the young people in their care who we call Our Future Leaders because that is what they all are.

PRIMARY FUNCTION: The primary functions of the Site Director are threefold: i) to ensure that the RTS mission and vision of positive youth development is carried into practice at program, ii) to ensure that program staff are clear on program goals, are given the direction and support they need to achieve those goals, are given regular and meaningful feedback on their work, are valued as employees, and are given multiple opportunities to grow and learn, and iii) to build and maintain positive relationships with all key stakeholders.


  • Supervisor: Senior Program Director
  • Supervises: Program Staff and School Age Students
  • Hours: Fulltime (08/15/22 06/16/23), Monday Friday (10am6pm)
  • Location: 154 West 93th Street NY, NY 10025
  • Compensation: $55,000 $58,000 per year


  • Operate after school program and/or summer camp.
  • Manage program projects and contracts such as tutor, lunch, or recess program.
  • Develop, train, and supervise program staff.
  • Maintain program enrollment and monitor rate of participation.
  • Manage staff evaluation process and conduct mid-year and end-year evaluations.
  • Maintain positive relationships with all stakeholders such as school administration, participants, and parents.
  • Work with the Education Department to ensure age-appropriate and engaging programming.
  • Work with the Operations Department to ensure proper paperwork, licensing, staffing, and supply budgets.
  • Work with the Senior Program Director to manage logistics and quality of program.
  • Ensure program database is updated weekly such as attendance, work scope, program schedule, etc.
  • Must obtain W-07 Fire and Emergency Drill Conductor (citywide) certificate (sponsored by RTS) within initial weeks of employment.
  • Perform other related duties and responsibilities as requested by the Senior Program Director.


  • A degree in Education or related field.
  • At least two years of experience in supervision and program development.
  • At least four years of direct experience in an academic/recreation setting.
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Power Point, and Google Docs.
  • Great interpersonal skills and knowledge of DOH/DOE/DYCD regulations.