Salt Lake City 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 Salt Lake City Program Coordinator works part time, 25 hours/week, in Chill’s SLC program site and reports to Chill’s Regional Manager in Vancouver. The Program Coordinator is responsible for running all day-to-day operations of a remote seasonal program site, including direct facilitation of experiential learning skate, and snow programs.

This is a seasonal part-time position with benefits, starting in September 2019 and ending in March 2020. 

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 (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 (skateboarding/surfing/stand-up paddleboarding proficiency a plus)

  • Youth Experience: 

    • Must have 2 years of paid experience working with youth in various settings

    • Must have worked with youth in at least 2 different setting (ie. youth agency, probationary programs, rehab facilities, schools, outdoor education, experiential education, etc.)

    • Must have experience working with youth of culturally and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds

    • Must have experience managing and leading groups of at least 20 youth

  • Certification/Education: 

    • Must have 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

  • Logistics/Communication: 

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

    • Must have strong communication skills and be able to provide examples of professional communication

  • 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


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Seattle 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 Seattle Program Coordinator works part time, 25 hours/week, in Chill’s Seattle program site and reports to Chill’s Regional Manager in Vancouver. The Program Coordinator is responsible for running all day-to-day operations of a remote year-round program site, including direct facilitation of experiential learning skate, SUP and snow programs.

This is a year-round part-time position with benefits, starting on August 19, 2019. 

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 (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 (skateboarding/surfing/stand-up paddleboarding proficiency a plus)

  • Youth Experience: 

    • Must have 2 years of paid experience working with youth in various settings

    • Must have worked with youth in at least 2 different setting (ie. youth agency, probationary programs, rehab facilities, schools, outdoor education, experiential education, etc.)

    • Must have experience working with youth of culturally and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds

    • Must have experience managing and leading groups of at least 20 youth

  • Certification/Education: 

    • Must have 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

  • Logistics/Communication: 

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

    • Must have strong communication skills and be able to provide examples of professional communication

  • 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.