Under general management supervision, plans, organizes and implements leadership, educational, civic, career planning, racial justice, service learning and other social programs for teenage youth. Acts as a YWCA liaison to assigned schools and organizations. This position is grant funded. Continuation of position is contingent upon the availability of grant funds.
Bachelor’s Degree in education, social work, business, public administration or other related field required.
Two (2) or more years experience working with youth programs required.
Must be a certified Racial Justice facilitator or be able to obtain certification within one year. Ability to work well with teenagers and participate in the youth activities required. Must maintain professional appearance and be able to conduct presentations to the public. Good written and verbal communication skills required, with ability to work well with school sponsors and grantors. Must be highly motivated, articulate, patient, and outgoing. Strong organizational and communication skills with adolescents required. Ability to resolve conflicts and enforce regulations tactfully and impartially. Must be able to make sound judgments and work independently as needed. Must be able to work nights, weekends, and outdoors in non-traditional settings. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials, peers, and the public needed. Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred. Must have access to vehicle with valid driver’s license and sufficient vehicle liability insurance.
YWCA Membership and Program Discounts
Basic Life Insurance
Medical, Dental, and Vision