Careers: Site Manager

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Arts for Learning’s Core Values: Learning, Meaning, Resilience, Creativity, Integrity, Equity, Inclusiveness

A4L is excited to announce the open position for a Site Manager at our arts-based afterschool program at Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elementary School. The school is located at 851 SW 117th Avenue, Miami, FL 33184, adjacent to the FIU University Park Campus. The program serves children in grades K-5. We seek a vibrant and engaging individual who loves working with children, leading and being part of a team, possesses excellent communication skills, is willing to learn, and values creativity in education. The Site Manager reports to the Senior Program Director and manages the daily operations of A4L’s Afterschool & Summer Camp program, which serves 90 students during the school year and 60 students during our summer camp. The Site Manager also works with the school’s administration.

Join our dynamic team as a Site Manager for our arts-based afterschool program at Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elementary School in Miami, FL. We are looking for an energetic and engaging individual who loves working with children and values creativity in education. The Site Manager will oversee the daily operations of our Afterschool & Summer Camp program, serving 90 students during the school year and 60 students in summer. This role requires excellent communication skills, teamwork, and a passion for fostering a vibrant learning environment.

Responsibilities Include: 

  • Create a warm and welcoming environment where a culture of inclusivity is upheld
  • Facilitate regular team planning meetings with counselors, security, and instructors
  • Supervise program counselors, security, and instructors
  • Provide coverage when a team member is out
  • Ensure compliance with all policies and procedures including but not limited to student arrival and dismissal procedures, emergency procedures, behavior and attendance policies, as well as data collection procedures
  • Ensure that the program schedule and student-to-teacher ratio is followed
  • Communicate with parents and families about program activities
  • Coordinate with counselors and instructors to connect families to resources as needed
  • Ensure a well-maintained, clean, and comfortable space in which to work
  • Coordinate with providers such as the Advocacy Network for Disabilities to ensure children have access to needed supports
  • Serve as a liaison with the school site administration and partners
  • Attend quarterly meetings with The Children’s Trust, the funding and program partner
  • Maintain accurate program records including incident reports and daily attendance
  • Enter and manage program data, ensure quality and fidelity
  • Ensure that assessments are implemented and data is accurately entered
  • Manage food and nutrition contracts as well as snack/meal delivery and distribution
  • Conduct family orientations, program registration, and culminating events
  • Serve as the DCF liaison, ensuring compliance and preparing for/being prepared for audits, walk-throughs, and site visits


  • A clear Level II Background Screening 
  • Florida DCF School-Age Child Care Director Credential (required)
  • First Aid and CPR Certification (preferred) 
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in childcare, child development, education, arts education, program administration, or social work
  • Expertise in child development and program administration
  • Experience working with children of varied ages
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organization and problem-solving skills
  • Superb judgment and decision-making ability
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Strong data entry skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Zoom Pro, and G-Suite
  • Bilingual English/Spanish (preferred)


  • School Year: Monday–Friday 10:30 am—6:30 pm
  • Summer: Typically 7:45 AM-4:15 PM


$50,000/year, health, dental, vision, and AD&D benefits, life insurance, 403B retirement plan with employer match, short and long-term disability, generous PTO including paid holidays. There is potential for a salary increase based on performance during the annual review, providing room for growth within the organization.

We are seeking to hire immediately. This is not a hybrid or remote position; being onsite is mandatory.

Submission Procedures

Please send resume and cover letter only to: Dia Carter Webb, Senior Program Director Email: [email protected]

Response will be limited to those candidates who are being considered for interviews.

Arts for Learning is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Arts for Learning is an Equal Opportunity Employer

About Arts for Learning
Founded in 2000, Arts for Learning (A4L) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing teaching and learning through the arts. With the tagline, “All Children. All Arts”, our vision is that Miami’s youngest residents, from infancy through high school, are empowered by the arts to thrive in the world, with knowledge, creativity and passion. A4L serves more than 5,000 children annually through artist residencies in early learning centers, after school arts classes, summer camps, studio programs, and internships in the arts for high school students. A4L’s teaching artists are professional actors, directors, musicians, dancers, choreographers, writers, and visual artists who are committed to sharing their artistry and creative processes with Miami’s youngest learners. In order to ensure the success of the organization, A4L develops meaningful community relationships, understands and appreciates stakeholders’ needs, demonstrates creative problem solving, and leverages data to inform & support solutions.

Arts for Learning’s Core Values
Learning, Meaning, Resilience, Creativity, Integrity, Equity, Inclusiveness

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