Beyond the Bell Supervisor- YMCA

Brantford, Hamilton, Burlington, & Ohsweken ON
Bus Route
April 27, 2023
Hours of Work

Monday through Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m, with additional hours as needed.


The Beyond the Bell Supervisor reports directly to the Area Supervisor of Beyond the Bell (BTB). This position is responsible for the co-ordination and direct program delivery at a Beyond the Bell location. The Beyond the Bell Supervisor will work as part of a team that will empower students aged 6-11 to reach their full potential by building capacity to engage and success in their education.

  • Provides recommendations for hiring, coaching staff and conducting performance management activities.
  • Conducts intake and assessment throughout the students’ time in the program.
  • Ensures positive, professional communication with children/families on an ongoing basis and responds promptly to all requests, quires and concerns.
  • Designs, implements and evaluates child centred individual action plans.
  • Consults with LRT (learning resource teacher) at site.
  • Conduct outreach and marketing to local school, parent and students
  • Provides orientations, training, supervision, and general performance management of staff including the planning and organizing of staff and program schedules.
  • Oversees and supervises parent/volunteer activities, conferences and programs.
  • Acts as the YMCA liaison and attends and participates in community meetings and events as required.
  • Provides direct program delivery at the Beyond the Bell site.
  • Prepares written reports and coordinates the collection/analysis of statistical data as required.
  • Completes assigned evaluations and reporting requirements.
  • Foster and participate in community partnerships, initiatives and outreach activities to facilitate greater community engagement and understanding in serving the needs of vulnerable students.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date child files and documentation.
  • Manages a program budget; monitors program inventory supplies.
  • Responsible for purchasing supplies and equipment, as well as moving/unpacking of supplies and set up at program site.
  • Some travel required between Beyond the Bell site and the YMCA as well as field trips as scheduled.
  • Must be available to work a regular schedule Monday to Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., however, is able to maintain flexibility in his/her schedule to manage issues, concerns and problems as they may arise


  • Post-secondary education in Child and Youth Studies, Recreation and Leisure or related field.
  • Valid certificate in Standard First Aid and CPR-C.
  • Previous work experience supervising staff and working with children is preferred.
  • Commitment to providing program delivery for children.
  • Strong computer skills, proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Experience in tutoring students with literacy and numeracy.
  • Ability to build positive working relations with students.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of anti-racism and cultural sensitivity awareness.
  • Experience working with students with different learning abilities and/or other special needs.
  • Self-motivated and able to work well independently and in a team environment.
  • Experience and sensitivity in dealing with members of different cultural and racial backgrounds, including visible and invisible dimensions of diversity.
  • Ability to work in an efficient manner both independently and as a part of a team.
  • Experience working directly with children and/or vulnerable populations.
  • Knowledge of child development and related “new” research
  • Criminal Record Check is required.


  • Paid vacation entitlements that increase with seniority (subject to eligibility)
  • Competitive total compensation packages
  • Group health and benefits plans (includes medical, dental, and prescription medication, subject to eligibility)
  • Generous pension plans with employer matching
  • Free YMCA Health & Fitness Memberships
  • Professional development opportunities including paid training and access to YMCA education scholarships
  • Reduced rates for YMCA Child Care, Camp, and Child & Youth programs (subject to eligibility)
  • Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
  • Opportunities for career advancement

How to Apply

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume and complete the online application form. Should you encounter issues with the online application form, please email:

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