Chill boston assistant Program Coordinator
Do you like working with youth and have a passion for boardsports? Do you embody Chill’s six core values – respect, courage, patience, persistence, responsibility, pride - each and every day? Can you effectively communicate your passion for Chill to youth, agencies, and program mentors? If you answered yes to all of the above then we want to talk to you about being the next Boston Assistant Program Coordinator.
What You Get to Do:
Chill’s mission is to inspire youth to overcome challenges through boardsports. The Chill Boston Assistant Program Coordinator works part-time, 15 hours/week, in Chill’s Boston program site and reports to Chill’s Boston Program Coordinator. The Assistant Program Coordinator is responsible for assisting with all day-to-day operations of snow program for approximately 75-100 youth and agency leads.
This is a part-time, seasonal position, starting on December 3, 2018. Must be able to commit to programming days/nights through March 29, 2018.
Help deliver programming that is consistent with Chill’s curriculum, engaging volunteers and agency leads, and exceeding the standards set in the Chill Quality Assessment (CQA)
Help organize and maintain all program paperwork
Co-lead weekly core value lessons and activities on the bus
Help track participant, agency lead, and volunteer attendance at the program
Ensure all participants are properly outfitted, are receiving proper level of snowboard instruction, and are learning and advancing at a safe yet challenging pace
Assist with season set-up and season closure tasks such as; organizing gear space, dismounting snowboards, taking inventory, equipment maintenance, etc.
Help administer all program performance, agency performance, and program participant Outcomes Based Evaluation (OBE) processes
Assist with volunteer recruitment, training, and coordination
Development and Marketing:
Contribute content for local site-specific social media accounts
Assist with a local peer to peer fundraising campaign
What You’ll Bring to the Team:
Highly organized, self-starter, and go-getter
Experience working independently, managing time efficiently, and setting own schedule
Must be located in the site of hire and/or have had experience in that community
Snowboarding proficiency with basic understanding of equipment maintenance
Must have professional paid experience working with youth
Must have experience working with youth of culturally and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds
Preferred experience managing and leading groups of at least 10 youth
Preferred education or training in social work, psychology, education, recreation, adventure learning, youth program facilitation or similar field
Must hold or be able to obtain CPR and First Aid Certification
Must have strong communication skills
Preferred experience recruiting, managing or leading adults volunteers and external partners
Must have access to a working cell phone and computer
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Chill is committed to building a culturally inclusive team, and strongly encourages candidates with diverse backgrounds, identities, and ethnicities to apply.