Assists Youth Center Manager with planning and leading youth program activities in afterschool Youth Center. Works with program team to create a learning environment that supports the physical, mental, social, and emotional health of all youth. Responsible for assisting with educational advancement and social enrichment programs. Works to strengthen families by providing home visits and parent communication. Assist with other youth programs, as needed. Provides a safe and professional environment for children, youth, volunteers and visiting guests that promote the values of the organization.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Must be at least 21 years old with at least 2 years of youth development or discipleship experience
Must possess a driver’s license and be able and willing to driver City on a Hill vehicles
Experience in nonprofit, social service or para-church organizations, or churches
Must be proficient with computers, Word, Excel, and other basic office equipment.
Program development and project management experience preferred
Strong organizational skills, written and oral communications skills
Demonstrated problem solving ability
Availability during evening and some weekends.
Must be or be willing to become CPR/First Aid Certified
Basic knowledge of Trauma Informed Care and working with youth with Adversed Childhood Experiences (A.C.E.)
Ability to perform responsibilities in a self-directed environment
Ability to function effectively in an environment requiring multi-tasking.
Growing relationship with Christ and involvement in a local church
Evidence of spiritual maturity, including integrity, humility and self-discipline
Operates equipment necessary to perform the job.
Stands, walks, and reaches above the shoulders as well as squats, bend, twists, kneels and climbs throughout the shift.
Must be able to lift, push, carry various items (bags, boxes, etc.)
Lift up to 10 lbs. and frequently up to 20 lbs.
Push/pull 20 lbs.
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