Chill Burlington Assistant Program Coordinator (Winter)

Do you like working with youth and have a passion for board sports? 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 Burlington Assistant Program Coordinator.

Description: 

Chill’s mission is to inspire youth to overcome challenges through boardsports. The Chill Burlington Assistant Program Coordinator works part time, an average 15 hours/week, in Chill’s Burlington program site and reports to Chill’s Burlington Program Coordinator. The Assistant Program Coordinator is responsible for assisting with all day-to-day operations of Chill Burlington's Snowboard program for approximately 75-100 youth and agency leads.

This is a part time, seasonal position, starting in December.  Must be able to commit to program days/nights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in January through mid-March.

Program Assistance:

  • 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

Education/Experience/Professional Skills: 

  • Work Ethic/Organization:

    • Highly organized, self-starter, and go-getter

    • Experience working independently, managing time efficiently, and setting own schedule

  • Location/Boardsports:

    • Must be located in the site of hire and/or have had experience in that community

    • Snowboarding proficiency with basic understanding of equipment maintenance

  • Youth Experience:

    • 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

  • Certification/Education:

    • Relevant education, training, or experience 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

  • Logistics/Communication:

    • Must have strong communication skills

    • Preferred experience recruiting, managing or leading adults volunteers and external partners

To apply for this position, click here.

Chill is committed to building an inclusive team, and strongly encourages candidates with diverse backgrounds & identities to apply.


Chill Portland Program Coordinator

Are you a positive youth development superstar with a passion for board sports? Do you embody Chill’s six core values – respect, courage, patience, persistence, responsibility, pride - each and every day? Can you effectively facilitate youth programming for a variety of participants, agencies, and volunteers? Do you have telecommuting experience? If you answered yes to all of the above, please read on!

Description:

The Chill Portland Program Coordinator works part time, 25-35 hours/week, in Chill’s Portland program site and reports to Chill’s Regional Manager in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Program Coordinator is responsible for running all day-to-day operations of a remote program site, including direct facilitation of the experiential learning snow program.

This is a seasonal part-time position, with an hourly wage of $19.23, starting November 11, 2019 and ending March 29, 2020. There is potential for this role to transition into year-round, part-time with benefits upon successful completion of this seasonal role.   


Program Facilitation:

  • Coordinate all aspects of program management including agency recruitment, agency vetting and application process, volunteer recruitment and on-boarding, and managing partner relationships (mountain resort, skate park, etc.)

  • Communicate effectively with youth agencies, volunteers, agency leads and partners

  • Facilitate Chill’s experiential learning, core value-driven curriculum for up to 45 youth per program, including creating daily program plans, activities, and debriefs

  • Engage and utilize volunteers and agency leads at each program

  • Exceed the standards set in the Chill Quality Assessment (CQA)

  • Administer all program performance, agency performance, and program participant Outcomes Based Evaluation (OBE) processes

  • Organize and maintain all program paperwork and program database records/reports

  • Manage, maintain, and organize program gear inventory, gear space, and storage space, including seasonal cleaning, inventorying, and ordering from Chill HQ

Development and Marketing:

  • Solicit in-kind donations to support programming

  • Contribute content to Chill’s Development and Marketing team for social media and website use, including high quality program photos and testimonials

  • Manage local site-specific social media accounts

  • Help identify, cultivate, and maintain relationships with local donors, including individuals and corporations, in order to make introductions to Chill’s Development team

  • Help recruit volunteers to assist with events if necessary

Education/Experience/Professional Skills: 

Ethic/Organization:

  • Highly organized, self-starter, and go-getter

  • Experience working independently, managing time efficiently, and setting own schedule

  • Location/Boardsports:

    • Must be located in the site of hire and/or have had experience in that community

    • Snowboarding proficiency with basic understanding of equipment maintenance

  • Youth Experience:

    • 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

  • Certification/Education:

    • Relevant education, training, or experience 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

  • Logistics/Communication:

    • Must have strong communication skills

    • Preferred experience recruiting, managing or leading adult volunteers and external partners

    • Must have access to a working cell phone and computer

To apply for this position, click here.

Chill is committed to building an inclusive team, and strongly encourages candidates with diverse backgrounds & identities to apply.


Chill DC/Baltimore Assistant Program Coordinator

Do you like working with youth and have a passion for board sports? 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 the above, then we want to talk to you about being the next DC/Baltimore Assistant Program Coordinator.

Description: 

Chill’s mission is to inspire youth to overcome challenges through boardsports. The Chill DC/Baltimore Assistant Program Coordinator works for 13 weeks, 15 hours/week, in Chill’s DC/Baltimore program site and reports to Chill’s Regional Coordinator based in DC/Baltimore. 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 in January.  Must be able to commit to program days/nights on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in January through mid-March.

Program Assistance:

  • 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

  • Other program tasks assigned by the DC/Baltimore Program Coordinator

Development and Marketing:

  • Contribute content for local site-specific social media accounts

  • Assist with a local peer to peer fundraising campaign

Education/Experience/Professional Skills: 

  • Work Ethic/Organization:

    • Highly organized, self-starter, and go-getter

    • Experience working independently, managing time efficiently, and setting own schedule

  • Location/Boardsports:

    • Must be located in the site of hire and/or have had experience in that community

    • Snowboarding proficiency with basic understanding of equipment maintenance

  • Youth Experience:

    • 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

  • Certification/Education:

    • Relevant education, training, or experience 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

  • Logistics/Communication:

    • Must have strong communication skills

    • Preferred experience recruiting, managing or leading adult volunteers and external partners

    • Must have access to a working cell phone and computer

To apply for this position, click here.

Chill is committed to building an inclusive team, and strongly encourages candidates with diverse backgrounds & identities to apply.


Chill Grand Rapids Program Coordinator

Are you a positive youth development superstar with a passion for board sports? Do you embody Chill’s six core values – respect, courage, patience, persistence, responsibility, pride - each and every day? Can you effectively facilitate youth programming for a variety of participants, agencies, and volunteers? Do you have telecommuting experience? If you answered yes to all of the above, please read on!

Description: 

The Chill Grand Rapids Program Coordinator works part time, 15 hours a week, in Chill’s Grand Rapids program site and reports to Chill’s Regional Manager in Toronto. The Program Coordinator is responsible for running all day-to-day operations of a remote seasonal program site, including direct facilitation of experiential learning snowboard programs.

This is a part-time seasonal position starting in December, 2019. 

Program Facilitation:

  • Coordinate all aspects of program management including agency recruitment, agency vetting and application process, volunteer recruitment and onboarding, and managing partner relationships (mtn. resort, skate park, etc.)

  • Communicate effectively with youth agencies, volunteers, agency leads and partners

  • Facilitate Chill’s experiential learning, core value-driven curriculum for up to 45 youth per program, including creating daily program plans, activities, and debriefs

  • Engage and utilize volunteers and agency leads at each program

  • Exceed the standards set in the Chill Quality Assessment (CQA)

  • Administer all program performance, agency performance, and program participant Outcomes Based Evaluation (OBE) processes

  • Organize and maintain all program paperwork and program database records/reports

  • Manage, maintain, and organize program gear inventory, gear space, and storage space, including seasonal cleaning, inventorying, and ordering from Chill HQ

Development and Marketing:

  • Solicit in-kind donations to support programming  

  • Contribute content to Chill’s Development and Marketing team for social media and website use, including high quality program photos and testimonials

  • Manage local site-specific social media accounts

  • Help identify, cultivate, and maintain relationships with local donors, including individuals and corporations, in order to make introductions to Chill’s Development team

  • Help recruit volunteers to assist with events if necessary

Education/Experience/Professional Skills: 

  • Work Ethic/Organization: 

    • Highly organized, self-starter, and go-getter

    • Experience working independently, managing time efficiently, and setting own schedule

    • Proven ability to multi-task, meet deadlines, and prioritize to meet goals and objectives

  • Location/Boardsports:

    • Must be in the site of hire and/or have had experience in that community

    •  Snowboarding proficiency with basic understanding of equipment maintenance

  • Physical Demands/Essential Job Functions: 

    • Working nights and/or weekends during program facilitation (time/day of week dependent on program site and sport)

    • Working outdoors in all seasons/weather conditions

    • Moving program gear/equipment weighing up to 50lbs (up to 160lbs for mobile skate park equipment) and transporting it between storage space and program site

To apply for this position, click here.


chill boston assistant program coordinator (winter)

Do you like working with youth and have a passion for board sports? 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.

Description: 

Chill’s mission is to inspire youth to overcome challenges through boardsports. The Chill Boston Assistant Program Coordinator works part time, an average 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 Chill Boston’s Snowboard program for approximately 75-100 youth and agency leads.

This is a part time, seasonal position, starting in December.  Must be able to commit to program days/nights on Monday, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays inJanuary through mid-March.

Program Assistance:

  • 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

Education/Experience/Professional Skills: 

  • Work Ethic/Organization:

    • Highly organized, self-starter, and go-getter

    • Experience working independently, managing time efficiently, and setting own schedule

  • Location/Boardsports:

    • Must be located in the site of hire and/or have had experience in that community

    • Snowboarding proficiency with basic understanding of equipment maintenance

    • Youth Experience:

    • 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

  • Certification/Education:

    • Relevant education, training, or experience 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

  • Logistics/Communication:

    • 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

To apply for this position, click here.


Marketing Coordinator

Are you a marketing and communications professional with a passion for youth development? Do you have experience writing content for web, social media, newsletters, and blog posts? If you answered yes to the above, then we want to talk to you about becoming Chill’s next Marketing Coordinator. 

As a progressive, fresh, and passionate non-profit, we are looking for someone to join our team who is organized and detail-oriented to help promote the organization. Reporting to the Marketing Manager, the Marketing Coordinator will be an integral part of Chill’s Marketing and Development team. We are seeking a strong writer who will be responsible for creating content daily. This includes but is not limited to writing impact stories, press releases, blog posts, newsletters, providing updated content for our website, and writing content for quarterly and annual impact reports. This is a remote position offering the flexibility to work from home. The ideal candidate will live in close proximity to one of Chill’s program locations in North America.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in developing in-depth youth stories, agency profiles, donor profiles, and features about Chill, its ambassadors, and partners across North America in alignment with the marketing and editorial calendars

  • Write press releases regularly that promote the organization, its programs, and its collaborations with other agencies and community partners in an effort to grow the organization’s public presence through strategic local and national press outreach

  • Create and manage a portfolio of media organizations in each Chill location, developing relationships with reporters at each news outlet

  • Manage and grow Chill’s social media/online presence, including website maintenance

  • Assist with Chill’s promotional materials

  • Other relevant duties as assigned

Education & Experience

  • Relevant education, training or experience

Requirements

  • Knowledge of traditional and digital marketing, content marketing, and social media marketing

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop

  • Excellent writing, editing, communication, and organizational skills

  • Good organizational skills and the ability to work under strict deadlines

  • Ability to multi-task

  • Ability to work remotely and independently

Appointment

Full-Time 40 hours/week

Salary is $40,000/year

To apply for this position, click here.