-Assists in establishing policies and procedures for management of Youth Programs, such as school age programs, instructional classes, sports and fitness, community/family special events, pre-teen and teen recreation, and specialty camps.
--Knowledge of basic principles, concepts, and practices of professional childhood education and training and the behavioral needs of youth with emphasis on social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development
--Knowledge of youth program principles, concepts, techniques, and the methods and processes involved to effectively plan and conduct ongoing social and sports programs
-Assists in minimizing the potential for child abuse or neglect by applying all pertinent DoD, AF, and local guidance, regulations, polices, directives, and procedures.
--Skill in applying basic principles, concepts, and practices of the youth programs sufficient to perform entry-level assignments in planning and developing school-age youth programs
-Assists in the preparation and justification of budgetary requirements for all aspects of youth programs to project quarterly expenditures, and monitor operations in concurrence with funds allocated.
--Ability to analyze problems to identify significant factors, gather pertinent data, and recognize solutions