Art Room Supervisor


Arrive for work on time and be ready to work.

Must be able to respond appropriately and use good judgment when dealing with children, parents and emergencies. Complete accident forms when necessary and give to Center Director or Childcare Director ASAP.

Maintain a clean and safe art room, making sure all equipment and supplies are put away at the end of each day.

Provide members with a variety of art projects, that express creativity as well as encourages individuality. Offer at least a structured art project in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Maintain consistent rules to assure proper and appropriate discipline and group management. Conduct all programs in a way that promotes sportsmanship and fair play.

Encourage members to take home projects in a timely manner and save outstanding art work for an art show.

At the end of the summer help plan and set up a art show of members art work.

May be asked to do other duties, which benefit the organization.

Mandated child abuse reporter.


High School Diploma or GED

Experience in working with children

Experience in various art media

Knowledge of youth development

Proven ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems

Good communications skills both verbal and written

Proven ability to plan and implement quality programs for youth.

Be certified in CPR/First Aid

Valid driver’s license and good driving history. This is necessary for those that would drive a Club vehicle. To drive children you must be 25 years or older.

Physical and Mental Requirements

Must be able to interact physically with children during program activities.

Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time.

Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.

Must be able to think clearly and concisely.

Must be able to function in a loud environment with high energy interacting with multiple aged members.

Must be able to work in a variety of environments, including outdoor activities possible trip assignment.

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