Plan and implement program events including: Launch (weekend retreat), Matching/Match Night, Completion Ceremony, What’s Next, Mentor Appreciation, Community Voices meetings, Summer BBQ.
Compile activities, resources, jobs, internship opportunities for dissemination to students, parents and mentors via monthly e-newlsetter.
Solicit community and business partners for workshop food/support, free tickets and other resources of interest to students.
Maintain up to date on mentoring best practices, mentoring innovations and minimum standards.
Implement policies and procedures that ensure the management of risk and program quality, relevance and consistency.
Implement data collection and reporting plan to monitor program requirements, match monitoring and support and program results.
Responsible for overall success of recruitment and support of student participants with the support of AmeriCorps Liaisons.
Create and implement outreach and recruitment plans that includes partnerships with schools, Leader Corps, and other community organizations.
Secure all required paperwork from students and parents/guardians. Ensure applications are complete with contact information, demographics, and this information is in program database.
Ensure ongoing student support through regular contact between student and CfY. Document case management into program database.
Create and implement outreach and recruitment plans. Ensure diverse, screened and appropriate mentors are selected.
Ensure orientation and ongoing mentor training and support is provided.
Program Budgets and Planning
Work in partnership with program staff and Executive Director to identify and communicate program financial needs and develop annual budget.
Monitor spending to ensure expenditures are within tolerable variances. Notify Executive Director if spending exceeds budgeted amounts significantly.
Recruit, hire, train, coach, recognize, and evaluate paid and unpaid program staff.
Support agency fund development events including auction, annual campaign and other fundraising efforts.
Identify and develop funder relationships where appropriate.
The Ideal Candidate
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience required, MSW strongly preferred;
Demonstrated commitment to racial equity and social justice;
A minimum three years related experience;
Experience giving presentations in a professional setting;
Knowledge of and experience working with youth impacted by poverty and racism;
Knowledge of Seattle Public Schools a plus
Skills in multiple languages a plus
High level of organization, time management, follow-through
High attention to detail. Ability to organize and maintain detailed records and complete necessary paperwork. Understanding of the sensitive and critical nature of ensuring the safety of students.
Proficient in Office and GSuite applications
Ability to clearly and passionately articulate the mission of CfY to small and large audiences
Ability to connect with people and motivate their participation in something new
Excellence in communicating and presenting concepts and curriculum in an effective, engaging and accessible way
Passion for and commitment to race and social justice and student leadership.
Quick turnaround on communications via phone and email
Ability to successfully prioritize tasks to meet deadlines and reach goals
Excellent verbal communication skills
Effective at working on a small, collaborative team
Excellent networking skills
High level of flexibility and adaptability to meet changing work goals and demands
How to apply:
Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than July 26, 2019.