The purpose of this study is to classify the functions of a youth leader through factor analysis into 'supporting function,' 'educational function,' and 'administrative function' based on the theory of supervision functional areas, and to find out the status and requirements of youth leaders for each function. Data from 241 respondents in 22 of 807 youth facilities were analyzed by multiple response analysis, Chi-square test, and descriptive statistics. The results of this study are as follows. First, according to the status of the supporting function of supervision, an annual salary of less than 20 million won was the highest for the supervision. Second, in terms of the demand of supervision for supporting function, the demand of managers and middle managers was highest. Third, as for the difference between the current status of support function and demand, people in their 30s, those with an annual salary of more than 40 million won, master's degree holders, and those with more than 8-years career experience were identified in order. Next, in the field of educational function, youth leaders working as managers and middle managers received the most supervision. When it comes to the demand for educational function, youth leaders who had a certificate for level 2 and 3 demanded the most. In regard to the difference between the status of educational function and demand, people aged 50 or over, those earning 20 million won to 30 million won a year, and graduate school students were identified in order. Finally, in the field of administrative function, people in their 20s received the most administrative supervision. As to academic background, youth leaders studying in graduate school received the most supervision of administrative function.