Partnership and Quality Coordinator

The Breakdown:

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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