YMCA of Greater Kansas City

Before and After School Age Teacher

Job Location US-Shawnee Mission, KS
Req No.
Location Site
Before and After School - Shawnee Mission School District
Before & After Child Care
Minimum Salary
USD $9.75/Yr.
Position Hours
7:00-8:30 am; 3:00-6:00 pm; additional hours may be required for evening and weekend trainings
Additional Location Information
Bluejacket Flint Elementary, Apache Elementary, Highlands Elementary, Roesland Elementary
Location : Location
US-Shawnee Mission, KS


The Before and After School Age Teacher (Youth Development Leader) provides direct supervision to a group of children in a YMCA before and after school program.  Creates positive, nurturing relationships with children, while building cooperative relationships with parents/caregivers and school community.  Assists in the coordination, planning, supervision and implementation of all activities.  Promotes and supports the potential of all youth in programs and facilitates peer-to-peer connections as part of the overall before and after school experience. 


    • Supervises a group of children.
    • Plans and implements program activities that are culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate and consistent with YMCA values.
    • Adheres to program standards including safety and cleanliness standards.
    • Attends staff meetings and trainings.
    • Follow YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergencies.
    • Maintains positive relations with parents and other staff. Models relationship-building skills in all interactions.
    • Consistently demonstrates and reinforces the values of caring, respect, honesty and responsibility.


  • CDA, AA or working toward CDA, AA, or BA/BS in Early Childhood Education.
  • One year experience in a group setting.
  • Commitment and desire to provide premiere child care services at all levels.


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