Employment

For over 40 years, the Carole Robertson Center for Learning has been a leader in educating, enriching, and empowering children and families. We are always looking for quality individuals with experience and skills in the child development and social services fields. The Center offers a variety of employee benefits.

These include:

  • Quality Programs

    • NAEYC accredited
    • low child-to-teacher ratios
    • program coordinators at each site
    • parental involvement

  • Educational Advancement

    • tuition assistance
    • book stipends
    • milestone and retention awards for certified teachers
    • linkages to degree and scholarship programs
    • support from entry-level aide to child development professional
  • Competitive Benefits

    • health, dental, life, short-term disability, and supplemental insurance
    • 401(K) plan
    • Employee Assistance Program
    • credit union

Open Positions

  • Maintenance Worker

    The Maintenance Worker/Evening maintains the physical facilities of the agency in accordance with safety and sanitation requirements and defined by Sr. Facility Manager and Director of Admin. Operations.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND KEY TASKS
    • Responsible for the cleanliness and maintenance of the entire physical facility and grounds.
    • Monitors and maintains the physical safety of all areas. Informs supervisor or designate of
    conditions that require immediate and/or skilled attention.
    • Performs regular sweeping, mopping, and vacuuming (as appropriate) in order to maintain
    the classrooms, hallways, general lobby areas, bathrooms, offices, gym, kitchen, storage and
    all areas used by the program affiliated with the agency.
    • Removal of all refuse from the facility, both indoors and outdoors, ensuring that all refuse is
    put inside garbage bags, and disposed of properly by placing all bags into dumpster.
    • Secures building and equipment; turns facility keys over to appropriate individuals or to
    appropriate secure areas.
    • Cleans outdoor play area to ensure the physical safety of all children and clients.
    • Secures premises upon leaving the building each day by locking doors and/or activating
    security alarm.
    • Inventory and order preparation for maintenance supplies.
    • Assists with receiving deliveries of site supplies and equipment.
    • Moves and rearranges furniture in classrooms and other spaces for transitional program
    activities, meetings, and other needs.
    • Completes paperwork and logs to document maintenance and janitorial work.
    • Completes work orders for building and equipment repairs as needed.
    • Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.

    REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    Applicant for the position of Maintenance Worker/Evening – Maintenance/Operations shall possess at least a High School Diploma or GED, and 2 years of related experience required.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    • Must be in good physical condition for activities that includes lifting, bending, stooping, climbing stairs, moving/storing supplies/inventory, and food service equipment
    • Requires lifting of up to 50 pounds.
    • Follows procedures as required by licensing and funding agencies (including but not limited to Illinois DCFS Licensing Standards, City of Chicago Health Requirements for Day Care Centers, Head Start Performance Standards, Carole Robertson Center for Learning Policies and Procedures and quality standards as defined by the National Association for the Education of Young Children)

    Carole Robertson Center for Learning is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. Carole Robertson Center for Learning evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other legally protected characteristics.

    Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should
    call (312) 243-7300 ext. 226 with their request.

  • FAMILY SUPPORT SPECIALIST

    The Family Support Specialist (FSS) works with an assigned case load of families to provide a full range of services, including parent support and education, enrollment/eligibility, health and social services, and other case management functions.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND KEY TASKS

    1. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with children and families in programs.
    2. Implement a designated parent education/involvement curriculum model, and work with parents to support and enhance their role of first Teacher with the children.
    3. Reach out to parents to share activities from the curriculum for the parents to do with their child.
    4. Support and partner with parents in positive role modeling. Help parents build their skills as parents in order to support growth, development and education of their child(ren).
    5. Provide in-house supportive services to parents and families on a short-term basis, as appropriate, and under the supervision of the position’s supervisor.
    6. Make referrals to outside agencies and follow up on referrals, as appropriate.
    7. Ensure agency compliance with all contractual and audit requirements for specific program coordinator.
    8. Plan field trips appropriate for program needs.
    9. Participate in staffing associated with individualized planning for children.
    10. Responsible for leveraging resources and services for children, youth and families in the program.
    11. Act as liaison between agency staff and external organizations that provide social services.
    12. Advocate on behalf of children, youth, and families.
    13. Implement informational seminars and support service sessions for parents which promote positive family relationships, address parental concerns, disseminate information, and provide a comfortable forum for parents to share and receive support and feedback.
    14. Complete intake and complete paperwork and documentation of eligibility for Head start, Subsidized Child Care, Child and Adult Care Food program, and all other contractual funding sources.
    15. Perform other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Applicants for the position of Family Support Specialist shall possess a B.A. degree in Social Work, Human Services, or a related field. Must have at least 1 year experience working with children and their families.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    • Must have at least 1 year experience working with children and their families.
    • Must have good oral and written communication skills.
    • Must possess clerical and record keeping competence.
    • Demonstrated computer skills – proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel.
    • Bilingual (Spanish) proficiency preferred.

    Carole Robertson Center for Learning is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. Carole Robertson Center for Learning evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other legally protected characteristics.

    Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should
    call (312) 243-7300 ext. 226 with their request.

  • Out-of-School Time (OST) School-Age Mentor and Pre-K Assistant Teacher

    The OST School-Age Mentor/Pre-K Assistant teacher ensures high quality programming for preschool students in the morning and for school age students (K-6 th grade) in the afterschool and then works full time with school age students in the summer. Staff maintains a physically and emotionally enriching environment with clear and consistent limits and expectations. Staff plans and facilitates project-based activities, helps build social-emotional skills and communicates with families.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND KEY TASKS

    OST Mentor position (Afternoons and Summers)

    • Plan and Facilitate engaging activities based on Active learning principles following the SAFE framework (Sequenced, Active, Focused and Explicit) and tailored to the individual needs of youth
    • Assist with homework, identifying any strengths and challenging areas and communicating those with parents and teachers
    • Collaborate with fellow mentors to plan and execute events and outings
    • Maintain program records for your class, including, but not limited to, classroom attendance, meal counts, child assessments, accident reports, referrals for social services, and anecdotal notes related to health, peer relationships, individualized goals etc.
    • Maintain safety and create a welcoming environment for all youth and families using group established norms and expectations.
    • Communicate successes and incidents with parents and set goals around academic and behaviors
    • Maintain systems to recognize positive behaviors and build social emotional skills in all youth
    • Create and follow up with action plans with parents and youth to correct any negative, unsafe, or disruptive behaviors
    • Conduct reflective supervision with assistant mentors
    • Ensure high-quality programming based on the Youth Program Quality Assessment measures
    • Ensure all behavior and goal setting discussions between staff/volunteers and youth/families is strengths based, youth centric and solution focused
    • Ensure all supplies, classroom, common use areas and playground are maintained and left better than the way they were found
    • Maintain overall professional personal appearance adhering to the guidelines of CRCL
    • Participate in staff meetings, training sessions, conferences, workshops, and other professional
    development activities
    • Demonstrate respect, understanding, and patience to all youth and adults from all cultural backgrounds, with an appreciation for their interests, creativity, capabilities, beauty, and means of expression.
    • Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflict, and make effective decisions under pressure.
    • Ability to formulate lesson plans, prepare written materials, and articulate lesson plans.
    • Comply and adhere to all compliance and licensure standards, including local, state and national regulatory entities
    • Ability to frequently sit, stand, or bend, for prolonged periods.
    • Physical agility to attend to the activity levels of youth.
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    Assistant teacher Pre-K role (Mornings)

    • In collaboration with the Managing Associate Teacher, guide and facilitate activities of the children, including: daily activities and field trips
    • Perform the functions of this position with a strong understanding of the Head Start Performance Standards and the component plans; and thorough knowledge and application of Developmentally Appropriate Practices;
    • Assist in maintaining a comprehensive and ongoing portfolio assessment for each child, including weekly observations in each area, examples of the child's work, and a developmental assessment.
    • Collaborate with family support staff to exchange information pertinent to the identification and services of children with disabilities.
    • Guide children's acquisition of social skills and the ability to meet widely held expectations across all developmental domains.
    • Assist in implementing children's I.E.P. (Individual Education Plan) or I.F.S.P. (Individual Family Service Plan) seeking clarification for any aspects that are not well understood.

    REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    The applicant for the position of Afterschool Lead Mentor must possess one of the following:

    • Associate’s degree in early childhood education, recreation, or child development and a Level 2-3 ECE and IT credential; OR
    • Child Development Associate credential (CDA) and a level 1 ECE credential; and
    • Minimum one year of experience plus thirty semester hours from an accredited college or university with six semesters related to school-age child care, child development, elementary education, physical education, recreation, camping or other related fields; OR
    • Minimum two years of experience in a recreational program or licensed day care center serving school-age children and six semester hours from an accredited college or university related to school-age child care, child development, elementary education, physical education, recreation, camping or other related fields

    Carole Robertson Center for Learning is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. Carole Robertson Center for Learning evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other legally protected characteristics.

    Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should
    call (312) 243-7300 ext. 226 with their request.

  • Senior Facilities Manager

    The Senior Facilities Manager maintains the physical facilities and food service operations of the agency in accordance with safety and sanitation requirements.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND KEY TASKS

    1. Ensure that all program models and bricks-and-mortar sites have the necessary equipment and supplies. Ensure that routine maintenance and repairs of all essential equipment have been completed in order to operate sites at an optimal level.
    2. Create comprehensive systems and schedules for equipment maintenance, building repairs and cleaning cycles.
    3. Plan, coordinate and supervise work of outside vendors/contractors; security, grounds, HVAC, electrical, carpentry and plumbing as needed.
    4. Perform preventive maintenance and repair, such as changing air filters, light ballasts, faucet washers, loose screws, classroom equipment, etc.
    5. Perform preventative maintenance and repairs on boilers, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, electrical, carpentry, and plumbing systems.
    6. Supervise major janitorial projects including ensuring personnel is in place and supplies are available.
    7. Manage relationships with key vendors and partners in the areas of food service, IT and maintenance.
    8. Ensure competitive pricing and procurement of services.
    9. Negotiate and oversee the implementation of facility services proposals/ contracts as it relates to vendor, recycling, and waste management contracts and contractors.
    10. Create a sustainable supply chain. Manage the ordering of supplies across the organization on a weekly basis (groceries, food, formula, and other supplies)
    11. Manage the Maintenance staff and Food Service Manager.
    12. Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.

    ADDITIONAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    Follows procedures as required by licensing and funding agencies (including but not limited to Illinois DCFS Licensing Standards, City of Chicago Health Requirements for Day Care Centers, Head Start Performance Standards, Chicago Public School requirements, Carole Robertson Center for Learning Policies and Procedures and quality standards as defined by the National Association for the Education of Young Children).

    QUALIFICATIONS

    EDUCATION

    The Senior Facilities Manager shall possess at least a High School diploma and some college level coursework. Bachelor’s degree (preferred) and qualifying professional experience.

    Valid driver’s license required.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    • Five years administrative and management experience.
    • Ability to communicate (written and orally) effectively with and relate to diverse internal and external constituents.
    • Demonstrated ability to resolve problems, handle conflict, and make effective decisions daily and under pressure.
    • Thorough knowledge of facility operations, the practices utilized in the operation and maintenance of boiler, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, electrical, carpentry, and plumbing systems.
    • Ability to conduct preventive maintenance methods and techniques.
    • Ability to plan, coordinate, communicate with, and supervise work by outside contractors.
    • Ability to anticipate need for and plan for future capital improvements.
    • Ability to work evenings and weekends

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of this position.

    • Requires frequent sitting, standing, bending, or stooping for prolonged periods.
    • Requires physical agility to attend to the physical needs and activity levels of the position.
    • Ability to lift at least 80 pounds.
    • Ability to enter building crawl spaces and climb ladders.

    Carole Robertson Center for Learning is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. Carole Robertson Center for Learning evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other legally protected characteristics.

    Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should
    call (312) 243-7300 ext. 226 with their request.

  • Human Resources Generalist

    The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for performing HR related duties on a professional level and works closely with HR management in supporting employees at all three sites. The position carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: Strategic Planning, Talent Management, Training, and Employee Development, Compensation, Performance Management, Benefits Administration and Compliance with applicable employment rules

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND KEY TASKS

    1. Assist in implementing, maintaining, and updating automated human resource database system (PAYCOM and COPA and Cityspan, etc.) for current and former employee.
    2. Responsible for creating and maintaining electronic employee personnel files/record job history, including education credentials, first aid, and CPR certification, physical exams. Follow up on renewal dates of medical certifications background checks, and all other license compliance components.
    3. Interpret benefit and retirement plans and policies in order to facilitate administration, respond to questions, and interface with carriers to solve complex benefits problems.
    4. Responsible for processing background checks for all employees, temporary employees, volunteers, interns, and consultants in accordance with licensing standards and requirements.
    5. Serves as an expert for recruiting candidates, meeting fill-rate requirements. Uses traditional and non-traditional resources to identify and attract quality candidates. Ensures high visibility on job boards and other resources to attract candidates.
    6. Screens resumes, interviews candidates, administers appropriate assessments, reference/background checking, make recommendations for hire, and delivers employment offers for both exempt and non-exempt positions. Manages current candidate activity within the HRIS system and maintains all recruitment files
    7. Develops and maintains excellent relationships with internal and external clients to ensure the achievement of staffing goals. Collaborate and follow-up consistently with hiring managers and employees.
    8. Manages internal transfer process including selection and offer.
    9. Conducts exit interviews, analyze data, and make recommendations to management team as it relates to corrective action and/or improvement.
    10. Facilitates HR related training and New Hire Orientation to employees.
    11. Maintains memberships and affiliations with trade/professional organizations related to HR
    12. Maintain liaisons with agency brokers, benefit providers, and all other professional colleagues as necessary.
    13. Files EEO-1 report annually and maintain other records, reports, and logs to conform to EEO regulations.
    14. Responsible for maintaining the employee handbook and policies and procedures manual.
    15. Administers the compensation program and assists with the performance evaluation program.
    16. Counsels and provides guidance to management with regard to corrective action procedures. Responds to and facilitates resolution of employee relations issues including but not EEOC charges for VP HR review.
    17. Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    EDUCATION

    B.A. in Human Resources or related field.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    • 3 - 5 years of HR experience, preferably in community-based, nonprofit social service setting.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Proficiency with HRIS and Microsoft Office Suite
    • Ability to analyze the causes of interpersonal conflict and resolve communication issues
    • Most have in-depth knowledge of HR core competencies
    • SHRM certification preferred
    • Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Ability to manage priorities and workflow.
    • The ability to understand business goals and recommend new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in business objectives, productivity and development of HR within the agency
    • Strong work ethic, and desire to achieve excellence
    • Must be able to interface at all levels of the organization
    • Possess a true hands-on approach as well as the ability to successfully monitor the "pulse" of the employees to ensure high level of employee engagement

    Carole Robertson Center for Learning is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. Carole Robertson Center for Learning evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other legally protected characteristics.

    Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should
    call (312) 243-7300 ext. 226 with their request.

  • Sr. Director of Programs and Impact Operations

    A. Classication: Exempt
    B. Reports to: VP, Programs and Impact
    C. Programs and Impact

    The Senior Director of Programs and Impact Operations supports the Carole Robertson Center (Center) for Learning's successful and recognized prenatal to five programs across all program models: center-based, home visiting, family child care network, partner sites (directly and indirectly operated). Through strategic implementation, direction and mentoring, this role effectively articulates and supervises the development and implementation of high-quality program services, policies, and procedures, metrics, and overall operational and systems efficiencies across our organization.

    The Senior Director uses the Center's guiding principles, best practices, and core values to ensure strong, robust, and impactful service delivery that engages teachers and children as well as their families. The person in this position works diligently to ensure that the programs and activities offered across all program models are impactful and of the highest quality.

    Key responsibilities include: (1) supervision of department management and leadership; (2) ensuring compliance with all local, state, and national regulations and accreditations well as developing effective system and policies/procedures and ensuring implementation and follow through; (3) maintenance of all licensing and safety regulations, including those of DCFS, the Department of Public Health, and other related bodies; (4) oversight of health and safety across physical environments; (5) recruitment, enrollment, and retention of children across all program models, leading to a robust waitlist; (6) implementing high-quality work environments across all program models that attract and retain high quality staff; (7) oversight of high-quality interactions and curriculum implementation that leads to strong impact and continuous improvement; (8) managing budget development and modification; and (9) securing and renewing all accreditations; (10) development and tracking of budgets across program and services; (11) integration of mental health, physical health, and family engagement across program and services; (12) support transitions and on-boarding

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND KEY TASKS

    The Senior Director supervises the following: two center-based site directors.

    1. Ensure that the day-to-day operations and programs are professionally and efficiently organized and administered;
    2. Display the highest ethical and professional behavior and standards when working with children, families, personnel, and other agencies associated with the program;
    3. Manage, implement, and monitor long- and short-term strategic plan goals and objectives for all 0-5 programs;
    4. Direct and maintain program compliance with city, state, and federal regulations -including those pertaining to licensing - thereby ensuring the health and safety of all children and staff at all times;
    5. Provide input, implement, and monitor annual program budgets and fee structures;
    6. Develop new policies, revise the existing program and operational policies to reflect best practices, latest research and infusion of the Centers principles, values, and objectives
    7. Assist in the management of program revenue and expenditures;
    8. Produce reports on program operations and work with VP of Programs and Impact on all necessary paperwork and documentation;
    9. Partner with Director of Out-of-School Time to create alignment and efficacy between programs and operations.
    10. Participate in professional learning communities with staff to improve program practice;
    11. Coach staff of varied levels of education and experience to ensure program quality and positive outcomes for children and families;
    12. Conduct monthly observations (at minimum) and review of program files for each program component, with annual goal development and growth of all staff;
    13. Play an active role in promoting all Carole Robertson Center for Learning offerings, programs, and services;
    14. Ensure the highest quality programming and impact across our center-based sites so that the Center is a recognized and trusted leader in early learning across the City;
    15. Represent the organization as necessary and directed by VP of Programs and Impact;
    16. Create strong relationships and partnerships with infant/toddler and preschool families, in all program models, and be available as a resource for consultation and guidance regarding parenting, child development, and education;
    17. Plan, direct, and partner with ERSEA committee in ensuring full enrollment, stabilized retention and daily consistent attendance at or above 85%
    18. Conduct tours of the center-based sites potential families and stakeholders as needed;
    19. Assist in grant applications and grant reporting as needed;
    20. Lead all planning and preparation for NAEYC accreditation, Head Start reviews, and regular monitoring and compliance visits;
    21. Monitor and make staffing adjustment, as necessary, to ensure that ratios comply for the age group served;
    22. Support site staff in utilizing children's evaluation data when planning learning experiences and for continuous quality improvement and; other duties as assigned

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • Demonstrated leadership skills, ability to provide effective guidance and stability for program continuity, and the ability to serve as a role model for staff and families
    • High-level expertise in utilizing technology to ensure organizational efficiencies; experienced in the use of Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint as well as a web-based platform such as COPA and child care management software
    • Demonstrated ability to use technology to maximize communication between all program stakeholders: staff, families and community partners.
    • Demonstrated understanding of center-based operations and budget monitoring
    • Strong organization and follow-through skills
    • Ability to multi-task whole ensuring integrity across roles and responsibilities
    • Ability to work in high-performing organization and model required expectations to the staff at sites
    • Expertise in infant/toddler and preschool development
    • Five or more years of supervisory experience in early childhood programs with demonstrated experience in program policy and systems development, planning and implementation
    • Demonstrated experience in financial management and planning
    • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple, competing for priorities to maximize personal and team effectiveness.
    • Proficient verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to clearly and concisely present ideas and concepts and tailor communication to multiple, non-technical audiences including team members, families, and other constituents
    • Minumum required education: Master's Degree in Education, Early Childhood Education, Child Development or a related field preferred

    Carole Robertson Center for Learning is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. Carole Robertson Center for Learning evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other legally protected characteristics.

    Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should
    call (312) 243-7300 ext. 226 with their request.

  • Sr. Manager of Out of School Time (OST) Programs

    A. Classication: Full Time Exempt with benefits
    B. Reports to: Director of OST programs
    C. Programs and Impact

    The Senior Manager of OST programs is someone who enjoys working with youth and is passionate about strengthening the skills of the staff to build the highest quality experiences for youth.

    The Senior Manager OST Program specializes in the support and development of all OST programs by deepening program managers' ability to facilitate continuous quality improvement, better engage youth through choice and voice and use data to elevate quality and deepen the impact. Through effective trainings, coaching, and ongoing reflection and supervision, the Senior Manager will better equip OST managers and staff. This includes ensuring appropriate staffing for each program site and building the capacity of the management staff to meet the strategic goals of the organization, Additionally, this person will create partnerships with colleges to facilitate a pipeline of high-quality staff and interns, thus supporting the organization's long-term goals and overall mission and vision.

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND KEY TASKS

    • Ensure staff are planning and facilitating engaging activities based on Active learning principles following the SAFE framework (Sequenced, Active, Focused and Explicit) and tailored to the individual needs of youth. Modeling with the goal of building staff skills when necessary.
    • This person will ensure proper staffing across all OST program locations.
    • Build relationships parents, students, school staff and community partners
    • Assist program managers with reflective supervision with OST Mentors
    • Ensure high quality programming based on the Youth Program Quality Assessment measures
    • Ensure all behavior and goal setting discussions between staff/volunteers and youth/families is strengths-based, youth-centric and solution focus
    • Ensure managers are maintaining all supplies, classroom, maker space and common use areas
    • Complete all relevant grant reporting
    • Maintain full enrollment and required attendance thresholds
    • Participate in staff meetings, training sessions, conferences, workshops, and other professional development activities
    • Ability to resolve problems, handle conflict, and make effective decisions under pressure
    • Partner with a variety of stakeholders including, youth, parents, principals, and teachers.
    • Evaluate lesson plans prepare written materials
    • Demonstrate respect, understanding, and patience to all youth and adults from all cultural backgrounds, with an appreciation for there interests, creativity, capabilities, beauty and means of expression
    • Comply and adhere to all compliance and licensure standards, including local, state and national regulatory entities
    • Ability to frequently sit, stand, or bend for prolonged periods
    • Physical agility to attend to the activity levels of youth
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Applicant for the posiition must possess the following:

    • Passion for youth development and working in OST programs
    • Bachelor's degree in a field related to school-age child care, child development, elementary education, physical education, recreation, camping or other related fields. Masters preferred.
    • Five (5) + years' experience in youth development
    • Available to work until 6PM M-F and occasional weekends.
    • Experience with collaboration and partnership building in Chicago Public Schools
    • Proven Success in managing staff

    Carole Robertson Center for Learning is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. Carole Robertson Center for Learning evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other legally protected characteristics.

    Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should
    call (312) 243-7300 ext. 226 with their request.