St. Nicks Alliance seeks inspirational leaders and managers, as well as After-School Group Leaders, to serve at School Settlement Association and St. Nicks Alliance centers.

See St. Nicks Alliance’s job openings for a list of all opportunities in our Youth and Education division.

After-school group leader

Group Leaders will plan and implement social, recreational, and educational activities for students in grades K through 8. Candidates with experience and talent teaching specific activities or theme-based clubs including sports, arts, STEM, or literacy are encouraged to apply and highlight those talents and experience.


  • Actively monitor and engage participants during all program activities, including meals, transitions, field trips, clubs, activities, recreation and dismissal
  • Plan and facilitate purposeful and engaging activities including literacy, science, recreation, and ongoing theme-based projects catered to the age, stage and interests of participants
  • Serve as a positive role model for participants by demonstrating professional language and behavior
  • Develop positive, caring, impactful relationships with young people and their families
  • Utilize youth development principles to enhance program quality and support growth in young people
  • Collaborate with co-workers and program supervisors around effective program operations; uphold all safety standards and procedures
  • Actively participate in training and professional development to continuously improve on quality


  • High school diploma; college graduates or current college students STRONGLY preferred
  • Senior positions require college or graduate school completion
  • Work experience related to working with children HIGHLY preferred
  • Interest and experience in youth development and academic enrichment (math, science, leadership, English
    Language Arts (reading/ writing), financial literacy, and technology
  • Knowledgeable in one or more of the following: sports, recreational activities (cooking, sewing, knitting, jewelry making) and/ or the arts (dance, music, drama)
  • A genuine enthusiasm for developing professional skills through training opportunities, observation, coaching, and feedback
  • Availability between 2pm-6pm; approximately 16 hours per week, Monday-Friday
  • Ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with a broad range of people including building staff and parents.
  • Comply with School Age Child Care (SACC) requirements, including background check and medical clearance.
  • Lots of energy and enthusiasm!

How to apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to with “After-School Group Leader – School Settlement” in subject line. Please highlight any special talents that you have experience teaching young people.