Organization: Utah Afterschool Network
Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Utah Afterschool Network (UAN) Executive Director and Director of Operations, this Out-of-School Time (OST) Specialist will provide support, technical assistance, coaching, and consultation to afterschool programs in southwest Utah. This is a satellite position where the individual will live and work in southwest Utah while staying connected to UAN virtually along with occasional travel up to Salt Lake City.

The OST Specialist will also participate in and support various UAN and community afterschool initiatives related to professional learning and development, statewide technical assistance efforts, policy development, marketing, and public awareness.

UAN works closely with partner agencies: Utah Department of Workforce Services Office of Child Care (DWS-OCC), Utah State Board of Education (USBE), and Utah Education Policy Center (UEPC) to increase the quality in afterschool programs which receive state or federal funding.

Summary of Essential Job Functions:
Conduct afterschool program site observations and evaluations, and review data to determine the level of consultation needed for quality improvement.
Educate and support afterschool programs regarding the use of the program quality assessment tools, including Utah Afterschool Program Quality Assessment and Improvement Tool, the Weikart Center’s Program Quality Assessment tools and other tools as implemented.
Meet with afterschool providers to create a quality action plan and set program goals.
Provide ongoing consultation, training, coaching, and technical assistance to identified program DWS-OCC and USBE grantees throughout the year.
Demonstrate an understanding of afterschool program best practices and proficiency in evaluation, theory of change, and consultation processes.
Submit written reports detailing program consultation, notes, grant monitoring and tracking through Salesforce, an online customer management relationship platform.
Travel to and consult with afterschool programs in southwest Utah. This position will be required overnight travel at least once a year to Salt Lake City for our annual state-wide conference.
Support professional development initiatives as need is identified through outreach, planning, design, and other duties as assigned.
Work closely with DWS-OCC and USBE representatives to provide ongoing support to all funded programs.

To apply, send cover letter and resume to:
Holly Phillips, Director of Operations

Subject line: SW OST Specialist Application

Job Details

Open Date: 06-05-2023
Close Date: 06-19-2023
Pay Rate: $20/hour
Job Status: Full Time
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Holly Phillips
Salt Lake City