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Under the general supervision of a Recreation Manager or Superintendent, a Youth Programs Supervisor/Coordinator has a direct line to the tone, styling, and selection of offerings for youth program participants. These offerings are routinely developed to provide quality out of school time care for working families. Programs under this umbrella, typically provide before and after school care as well as break activities which can include summer and winter breaks as so dictated by local school districts.

The primary responsibility with this position will always be the cultivation and development of offered programming. This includes any specific and or developmental enrichment opportunities that can be offered to participants. Programs should be clearly defined with identifiable and attainable goals observed by all staff members. Professionals within this field are often required to stay abreast of any new and emerging trends within the recreation community. This includes continued education in the form of classes, seminars, and certification.

Under the general supervision of a Recreation Manager or Superintendent, a Youth Programs Supervisor/Coordinator has a direct line to the tone, styling, and selection of offerings for youth program participants. These offerings are routinely developed to provide quality out of school time care for working families. Programs under this umbrella, typically provide before and after school care as well as break activities which can include summer and winter breaks as so dictated by local school districts.

The primary responsibility with this position will always be the cultivation and development of offered programming. This includes any specific and or developmental enrichment opportunities that can be offered to participants. Programs should be clearly defined with identifiable and attainable goals observed by all staff members. Professionals within this field are often required to stay abreast of any new and emerging trends within the recreation community. This includes continued education in the form of classes, seminars, and certification.

Under the general supervision of a Recreation Manager or Superintendent, a Youth Programs Supervisor/Coordinator has a direct line to the tone, styling, and selection of offerings for youth program participants. These offerings are routinely developed to provide quality out of school time care for working families. Programs under this umbrella, typically provide before and after school care as well as break activities which can include summer and winter breaks as so dictated by local school districts.

The primary responsibility with this position will always be the cultivation and development of offered programming. This includes any specific and or developmental enrichment opportunities that can be offered to participants. Programs should be clearly defined with identifiable and attainable goals observed by all staff members. Professionals within this field are often required to stay abreast of any new and emerging trends within the recreation community. This includes continued education in the form of classes, seminars, and certification.



Jaye Phillips, CPRP

A graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Jaye Phillips has been a professional within the Parks, Recreation, & Open Space discipline for over 6 years.


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