Full-Time Positions

Available Positions

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Programs

Site Coordinator

Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP) is looking for Site Coordinators!

The Site Coordinator is responsible for the implementation and management of all programs and operations in one of LEAP’s community or school-based sites. The Site Coordinator leads the development and management of Senior Counselors and Junior Counselors who work during the school year and during the summer as they implement social and academic programming for children. The Site Coordinator is responsible for the management and development of children through well-planned curriculum, counselor-led trips in their neighborhoods, and community-based activities. Additionally, they must establish and maintain effective and ongoing communication with school personnel, parents and community members. This is a highly visible position requiring effective interaction and communication with a wide range of internal staff and outside entities.

The Site Coordinator position receives direction, coaching and performance evaluation from the Children's Program Manager. They work closely with a team of Site Coordinators while being part of the larger Programs team composed of the LEAP Computer Learning Center (LCLC), Leaders in Training (LIT) Program, and the Aquatics Team. 

Find the full job description here. Apply with a resume and cover letter to jobs@leapforkids.org. If you have questions, you may email your questions to the same email address.

LEAP Computer Learning Center (LCLC) Director

Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP) is looking for an LCLC Director!

The LEAP Computer Learning Center Director is responsible for 1) using technology to introduce LEAP participants to new and interesting ideas about themselves and their communities and 2) troubleshooting the day-to-day technical issues related to LEAP’s computer systems. The LCLC Director will teach classes in LEAP’s computer learning center to participants in the Children’s, Youth Development and Community Center Programs. The Director will also work closely with LEAP’s technology consultants to ensure that the computer systems, servers and networks are fully operational. This is a highly visible position requiring effective interaction and communication with a wide range of internal staff and outside entities.  This is a full-time, salaried (exempt) position.

This position receives coaching, guidance and evaluation from the Director of Programs and Curriculum. This position also receives guidance on technology issues from the Executive Director.

Find the full job description here. Apply with a resume and cover letter to jobs@leapforkids.org. If you have questions, you may email your questions to the same email address.

Aquatics Director

Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP) is looking for an Aquatics Director!

The Aquatics Director takes responsibility for the daily management and long-term direction of LEAP’s aquatic program. The position requires significant dedication to LEAP’s community. The ideal candidate has a high level of organizational and communication skills, which enable her or him to provide aquatics experiences to many local youth-serving agencies and to the New Haven public at large. Core job duties include the recruitment and training of a diverse aquatics staff. The Aquatics Director works full-time and reports directly to LEAP’s Resource Director.

Find the full job description here. Apply with a resume and cover letter to jobs@leapforkids.org. If you have questions, you may email your questions to the same email address.

Deputy Director of the Q House

  • Are you looking to join a mission-driven organization and have a passion for serving the community?

  • Do you have experience as a supervisor in youth development, an educational institution, community center management, or a related field?

  • Do you have knowledge of child and youth development, or working with a diverse set of families, children or adults in a community-based program setting?

Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP) is looking for a Deputy Director for the Q House!

LEAP was chosen by the City of New Haven and the Q House Advisory Board and contracted by the City of New Haven to play two roles: (1) to manage programming spaces including the gym, teaching kitchen, teen lounge, art studio, dance studio, weight room, game room, meeting rooms, recording studio and outdoor plaza; and (2) to coordinate activities done jointly with the other Q House partners (library, senior center, and health clinic) and other important allies (community groups, local schools, etc.).

The Deputy Director of Q House Programs is a management level position, responsible for implementing LEAP’s work at the Q House, including assisting with community relations, staff oversight, program contractor assistance, partner coordination and youth and adult program implementation.  The Deputy Director of Q House Programs also serves to assist the liaison to the Q House Advisory Board.

LEAP offers a competitive salary package, and full benefits!

Find the full job description here. Apply with a resume and cover letter to jobs@leapforkids.org. If you have questions, you may email your questions to the same email address.