Afterschool Instructor

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Marin Country Day School

After-School Instructor

September 5, 2018 – June 11, 2019

Reports to Director of Afterschool Programs

PM is the after-school care program available to students in grades K-4. The PM Program is led by the Director of Afterschool Programs and a PM Coordinator, with four qualified instructors assisting. Considered a place for kids to play and have fun, PM provides a balance between structured and self-directed activities. PM instructors encourage students to use their creative minds through various structured art and building projects, while building on the skills of teamwork and developing self-esteem through sporting games and activities. For children interested in a quieter environment, there is a space dedicated to working on homework, reading or other independent activities. We are hiring one PM Support instructor for our 2018-2019 school year.

PM Support

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Monitor and facilitate students attending study hall
  • Help students complete and understand assignments
  • Prepare snack for students
  • Create an environment conducive to studying
  • Plan and lead a structured sporting activity for grades K-4 a few times during the week
  • Supervise children on the playground
  • Supervise children in the game room
  • Contribute to the planning of various annual events in PM
  • Attend semi-monthly staff meetings


This is a part-time position; Monday-Friday 2:45-5. Compensation is competitive and based on experience. Benefits include paid sick leave and voluntary pre-tax deductions to a retirement plan.

•   Solid understanding of child development
•   Strong communication skills
•   Sense of humor
•   Ability to both lead and follow others
•   Strong conflict resolution skills
•   Strong team player
•   Strong emotional well-being
•   Dependable, responsible and reliable
•   Great ability to multi-task
•   Enthusiastic and energetic
•   Interest in professional development in the field of education and desire for a long-term career working with children
•   A.A. or B.A. degree with a background in Education or Child Development preferred, but not required

MCDS is an equal opportunity employer and promotes the principles and practices of diversity throughout the school community.

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