The ECD will work directly with the Director of External Affairs and the Director of the Downtown Campus to establish all extended care policies and procedures. The ECD will hire and supervise the extended care staff, set the employee schedule, and oversee/approve the timesheet for hourly extended care employees. Responsibilities will also include quality control of student programming including but not limited to: snacks, homework, structured, and free play activities.
Duties and Responsibilities
The ECD will maintain basic communication with parents surrounding behavior, drop-off and pick-up, as well as scheduling. The ECD will be expected to participate in the active rotation of the employee schedule, but may work administratively on days we are adequately staffed. The ECD will administer the daily check-in and check-out procedure, perform basic training with employees to implement said procedures as well as coordinate with the Director of External Affairs regarding billing and compensation through the business office.
The ECD will work in conjunction with the assigned leader of the Downtown campus dismissal procedures to coordinate the student travel into extended care. Responsibilities will also include basic set up (can also be assigned to staff) of extended care spaces and will communicate when larger set up needs arise. The ECD will request any equipment and supply needs to the Director of External Programming.
During normal school days, the hours of operation are 2:30 through 5:30. There are selected days/times when extended care can be offered during breaks and professional development days and the ECD will be responsible for staffing and planning those days and times.
Moravian Academy is a PS through 12th grade coeducational college preparatory
school in the Moravian Tradition and the ninth oldest independent school in the
United States. Founded in 1742, Moravian Academy continues to be a school in
motion, developing new pathways to success for students ages 3 to 18. Moravian
Academy comprises over 900 students and 200 employees from across the region on
three campuses, each one tailored to a distinct student experience and culture:
Moravian Downtown Campus for Grades PS-8, inside the national historic
landmark in the heart of the City of Bethlehem;
Swain School Campus for Grades PS-8, a 22-acre contemporary campus in the
beautiful west end of Allentown;
Merle-Smith Campus for Upper School, Grades 9-12, situated on 120 acres of
green expanse in Bethlehem Township.
Moravian Academy’s mission empowers us to become limitless learners, as we
discover new ideas and create new self-expressions. We do more than check boxes;
we celebrate the unique potential of every individual. Our path to academic excellence
harnesses the teachable moments of both success and failure, as we explore the
complexities of our world with curiosity, confidence, and compassion. Our commitment
to courageous conversations means that we actively learn from and support the
different identities we embody, we respect each other’s views, and we lead with head
and heart. Immersed in an environment of love and understanding, our students
answer the questions: Who am I and who can I become?
Moravian Academy seeks to be the premier school destination for students, families,
and educators by combining student-centered methods for teaching, time-tested
values for character and community, and the experiences to empower every student to
thrive as a lifelong learner, critical thinker, and global citizen. In pursuit of this vision, we
make four commitments: to innovation, to inclusion, to relationships, and to excellence.
The position receives a $10,000 stipend.
This position beginning August 2022.
Submit digital materials, including a letter and resume, to
email@example.com. Address letter of intent to Scott McClary,
Director of the External Affairs.
Moravian Academy is an equal opportunity employer and we strive to provide an
Moravian Academy, located in historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is a PK through 12th grade coeducational college preparatory school and the ninth oldest independent school in the United States. Founded in 1742, Moravian Academy continues to be a school in motion. After a recent merger with The Swain School, Moravian Academy comprises 900 students and 200 employees. The extensive facilities are located on three campuses which together are the premier choice for independent education in the Lehigh Valley region. Each campus possesses a distinct culture and setting:
The Downtown Campus for Grades P-8 inside the national historic landmark district that is at the heart of the City of Bethlehem;
The Merle Smith Upper School Campus for Grades 9-12, situated on 120 acres of green expanse in Bethlehem Township, approximately 7 miles from downtown Bethlehem;
The Swain School for grades PK-8 with a 22-acre contemporary campus in the beautiful west end of Allentown, approximately 25 minutes from the Bethlehem campuses.