The School Age Child Care (SACC) Program Director will be directly responsible for program implementation and quality of the Before and After Care Programs and any Vacation Care Program. As the SACC Program Director, you will represent the YMCA of Long Island in a positive, professional manner, resulting in friendly, convenient and courteous service. During the summer, you will assume Co-Director responsibilities, including jointly overseeing the recruiting, hiring, onboarding, training, supervising and performance evaluation of staff.


• Maintain Before/After School program for children in grades K-6. Additional private school sites where necessary.
• Recruit, hire, supervise, train and evaluate all Sites staff, including Site directors, specialists and child care workers during the school year and cooperatively with Co-Director during the summer.
• Will work as a Co-Camp Director YMCA Summer Day Camp Program. Responsibilities include supervision, administration, scheduling, registration, training, etc.
• Coordinate program with school calendars and activities and coordinate publicity for program. Create friendly working relationship with school district, personnel and building principal and staff. Promote a positive image for programs in the community.
• Implement operational procedures in keeping with policies and requirements for licensing by relevant New York State agencies. Handle all licensing responsibilities for all site locations.
• Develop, plan and implement all phases of School-Age curriculum.
• Oversee all registration for programs including Parent Orientation, Open Houses and Pre-Registrations.
• Maintain accurate records and prepare quarterly reports.
• Must operate program within budget guidelines as outlined by branch budget. Work with Supervisor on budget preparation and outcomes.
• Conduct monthly meetings with the SACC Site Directors and attend staff meetings of sites you are working with.
• Develop policies and train staff on best practices; develop and train staff on accurate enrollment procedures, paperwork and files.
• Provide exceptional customer service to families.
• Properly maintain and care for supplies and equipment.
• Coordinate transportation of students with school district personnel.
• Participate in all YMCA Special Events, fundraisers and Annual Support Campaign.
• Responsible for weeknight and weekend Director on Duty (DOD) shifts, as needed.
• Maintain hygiene habits in accordance with CDC guidelines.


• Mission Advancement
• Collaboration
• Operational Effectiveness
• Personal Growth


• Bachelor's degree in related field, or equivalent, preferred.
• Three or more years of supervision experience.
• Three or more years of experience working with youth.
• Ability to establish and maintain collaborations with internal and external stakeholders.
• CPR and First Aid certifications required.


1. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
2. While performing the duties of this job, the employee will or may be required to: climb stairs, bend, stoop, kneel, twist, reach with hands, sit, stand for an extended period of time, lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, have finger dexterity, grasp, perform repetitive motions, talk, hear and have visual acuity.
3. The work is performed both indoors and out, and may require travel to various locations.
4. Plan, lead and participate in a variety of physical activities.


Email your resume and cover letter to nicole.dinolfo@ymcali.org


Minimum: $64,350.00 if annualized to Maximum: $90,090.00 if annualized.
Newly hired employees will be paid between $64,350.00 if annualized and $66,924.00 if annualized depending on level of qualifications.


• Signing Bonus
• Free membership to any YMCA of Long Island Branch
• YMCA program discounts
• Sick leave
• Referral Program (earn up to $200 for each)
• Retirement Accounts
• Employee Assistance Program
• Incentives
• Paid Time Off
• Medical/Dental/Vision/Leave Insurances

The YMCA of Long Island is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are an open and inclusive organization, welcoming a diverse workforce free of discrimination based on protected class status, including race, religion/creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, political affiliation or belief, military or veteran status, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital or family status, domestic violence victim status, arrest record or criminal conviction history, or any other impermissible basis.

Locations: Huntington YMCA