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We are seeking a natural leader with high-energy to serve as a Site Supervisor for a summer program. Site Supervisors must have strong management and leadership skills who have a passion for media arts. 

This position will lead and supervisor a team of 10 college interns, and a minimum of 50 high school students. Site supervisor must be able to support interns to internalize and implement daily lesson plans and complete daily program objectives.


Please note: Site Supervisors will be assigned a high school located in Dolton, IL. Training is required prior to working with students.

All applicants must complete and pass a background check to enter the schools.


This is a paid 10-week position starting May 2022. Site Supervisors will be expected to be onsite M-F, 4 hours per day. 


Program Site Management (50%)

  • Serve as primary point of contact and relationship manager for School Leadership Team, students, parents, and key community stakeholders across assigned school site

  • Support Executive Director with modifying daily lesson plans to fit needs of the program and assigned school site

  • Support with the safe dismissal of students from program workshops and events

  • Serve as administrative signatory for program equipment inventory & maintenance 

  • Alongside site School Leadership Team, manage student behavior issues and emergencies as they may arise

  • Manage collection of student daily attendance, impact data, assessment platforms, and other required paperwork for assigned school site

  • Supervise interns and ensure proper implementation of procedures, rules, and program expectations 

  • Serve as an adult mentor and trusted resource to students across school sites​​     

Intern Management & Onboarding (40%)

  • Manage a team of interns; supporting interns to internalize and implement daily lesson plans, collect student forms and data, and inventory program equipment

  • Support interns to maintain clean and respectful program spaces/classrooms, in alignment with assigned school site standards

  • Co-lead intern onboarding workshops alongside the Executive Director (ED) and Program Administrator (PA) to ensure interns are prepared to deliver high-quality programming across school site

  • Provide ongoing workshops and trainings to intern team to improve lesson delivery and administrative processing

  • Assess intern performance around executing programming, building relationships with students and key stakeholders, and building on the positivity Meet & Teach exemplifies 

Additional Responsibilities (10%)

  • Support the ED in site-level administrative duties and processes, as assigned

  • Report school site and/or staff issues to the ED urgently and promptly

  • Attend weekly staff meeting calls

  • Serve as the role model for a positive culture at school site

  • Assist with lesson planning 


  • Minimum of 2-3 years working with youth 

  • Previous managerial, supervisory experience, or teaching experience 

  • Media Arts knowledge

  • Effective time management and organizational skills.

  • Excellent communication skills and strong interpersonal skills, particularly in interactions with students, parents, and staff

  • Strong attention to detail.

  • Problem solver who can see a problem, take initiative, follow through to resolution

  • The ability to take responsibility for one’s own performance.

  • Work collaboratively with others on a team.

  • Aptitude for variety and changing expectations and fast-paced environment



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