Partnership and Quality Coordinator
This is a fast-paced, behind the scenes role supporting the Director of Partnerships & Risk Management to help deliver on strategic organizational goals. This role helps ensure Chill’s operational excellence. This is a part-time, year-round position.
What You’ll Do:
Review and understand all aspects of partner agreements, insurance requirements and other fulfillment needs as necessary to protect the interests of Chill, Burton, and our partners.
Manage and monitor the revision of all programmatic evaluation tools; Chill Quality Assessment, outcome-based evaluation, and youth data.
Coordinate and prioritize compelling data for annual and seasonal program reports, development purposes, along with any additional data requests for grant and programmatic partners.
Assist with ensuring program quality: provide trainings, attend prep meetings, organize feedback/input for any improvements, create and implement gear standards and maintenance, etc.
Visit Chill programs to conduct evaluations.
Provide research information and policies for outdoor youth development and sport related industry standards.
This Role Requires An Individual:
That has demonstrated experience in organizing, conceptualizing, and prioritizing objectives and managing a high-volume of work.
That is highly organized and detail-oriented while being adaptive to a fluid environment when needed.
That has the ability to make decisions with minimal direction and possess a service-oriented mindset.
That is able to work independently and efficiently in a remote setting.
That has the ability to work effectively with team members at all levels of the organization as well as Chill partners.
That has exceptional written and verbal communication skills with a high degree of emotional intelligence.
That has interest pursuing current role in a full time capacity the following fiscal year.
Strong Microsoft Office skills are required: Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Demonstrated relationship-oriented professional experience developing, leveraging, and stewarding relationships and partnerships.
Basic understanding of snow, skateboard, surf, stand-up paddleboard equipment maintenance and/or willing to learn.
Bachelor’s degree in related field and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Two years related experience preferred; working within a multi-million dollar geographically dispersed non-profit organization is a plus.
Must reside in close proximity to a Chill program city.
Preferred: Program development with emphasis on program quality and risk assessment.
Preferred: Data analytics background.
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