Employment Opportunities


Children's Alley is a unique, drop-in childcare facility located in YWCA Boulder County. We strive for the highest standards in childcare and education in everything we do, and we have an exceptional team of dedicated teachers that contribute to our friendly and supportive work environment. We are seeking a qualified, experienced individual to supervise staff and provide direct supervision and physical care of children during our evening and weekend hours.

Applicant must be Lead Teacher Qualified - Early Childhood Teacher (ECT) or formerly Group Leader Qualified - as defined by the Colorado Office of Early Childhood.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Supervise staff to maintain compliance with licensing.
  • Provide direct supervision and physical care of children.
  • Maintain and direct the activities and staff in your classroom.
  • Participate in administrative tasks.
  • Maintain certifications and seek professional development

An Ideal Candidate:

  • Has a passion for working with children and helping families in the community
  • Takes initiative and is a team player
  • Is responsible, organized, creative and patient.
  • Knowledge of Spanish a plus


  • Monday - Thursday: 4pm-8pm
  • Saturday: 8:30am-5pm
  • More hours available upon request

This position is part-time, we offer very competitive compensation and benefits. Pay: $14/hour

If you are looking to make a difference in people's lives, enjoy working with young children, and have availability during evenings and Saturdays, then this is the job for you. Please send resume to leah@ywcaboulder.org with "Evening and Saturday Supervisor" in the subject line.


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