Position title: Youth Program Coordinator
Reports to: Director, ABP Programs
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
This position will be responsible for the Student Enrichment Experience (SEE) Program. This includes development and maintenance of curriculums as well as managing all aspects of SEE camp activities including student progress and scheduling and volunteer management.
Duties and responsibilities:
- Create, process and maintain documentation for all programming
- Ensure/maintain proper housekeeping and schoolhouse cleanliness
- Communicate with volunteers, students/family, visitors, tours and associates in a courteous and professional manner.
- Provide follow-up communication with students/family, volunteers, and support group participants regarding satisfaction with programming and service delivery.
- Adhere to established policies and procedures while maintaining compliance with privacy laws and all regulatory requirements.
- Assist with successful grant completion and grant-managing activities in cooperation with staff.
- Coordinate with appropriate personnel as it relates to the marketing and development of ABP Programs
- Manage all aspects of SEE, including teacher hiring, organization, student scheduling, student progress reports, and volunteer management
- Collect comprehensive data on program participants to support philanthropic funding pursuits.
- Direct all aspects of Summer Camps in Winston-Salem, using support staff as applicable, including but not limited to: student registration, parent communication, activity planning and implementation, volunteer scheduling and management, and transportation coordination
- Assist in creating and managing program budgets for youth programs as a whole, as well as individual program budgets including, but not limited to: SEE Summer Camps, SEE After School, PETS, and youth transition programs. Adherence to budget will include identifying opportunities for revenue growth to complement program growth, as well as seeking and identifying opportunities for financial savings within programs to include in-kind donations.
- Assist with other activities as required.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Ability to understand and follow specific instructions and procedures.
- Ability to communicate with and manage contacts effectively and in a professional manner.
- Organizational skills to maintain appropriate records and cleanliness of the school house.
- Ability to work on several projects simultaneously and maintain flexibility with work hours.
- Current knowledge of trends, technologies, and concerns relevant to the blind and visually impaired community.
- Solid knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications.
- Ability to occasionally lift up to 45 pounds
- Enthusiastic with a positive influence
Education and work experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Human Service field/Education required
Must have 5+ years of teaching experience within the school system
Social Work experience a plus but not required