180 Program

Workshop Coordinator

Application Due: Wednesday April 19th

Send your resume and cover letter to info@180-program.org

 

Job purpose

This part time position provides high quality training and workshop coordination for the 180 Program’s Youth and Young Adult diversion workshops.  Workshops are designed to support youth and young adults in avoiding future crime through their commitment to a personal 180.

Duties and responsibilities

180 Workshop Support

·       Support the Executive Director in the coordination of monthly workshops and training event tasks and duties.

·       Participate in monthly 180 Workshops as a coordinator, small group facilitator, and speaker as required.

·       Design, support and conduct training programs and establishment of facilitation guides for workshop small-group facilitators.

·       Coordinate follow-up contacts with 180 Workshop participants and parents in partnership with 180 staff.

·       Engage youth and families through reminder calls and home visits as necessary prior to each workshop.

·       Periodic review and revision of 180 youth workshop curriculum, policy and procedures.

·       Other duties as assigned.

Community engagement, fundraising support and strategic partnerships

·       Support strategic relationships with community-based organizations, public agencies, supportive service providers and educational institutions, in support of 180 programs.

·       Write grant applications and/or support the preparation of grant applications for 180 programs.

·       Quality control of best practice usage pertinent to serving youth in our service profile.

·       Support organizational fundraising efforts

 

Administrative compliance and fiscal oversight

·       Document and analyze results and evaluation of 180 workshops.

·       Monitor budget performance regularly and report on variances.

Qualifications

Desired Qualifications for this position:

  • Commitment to the vision and goals of the 180 Program
  • Experience with the King County (Washington) justice system
  • Strong oral and written communications skills, and presentation skills
  • Culturally competent in working with diverse communities
  • Demonstrated knowledge of and respect for cultural influences of underserved youth, including youth of color from a variety of backgrounds
  • Experience working with programs designed to help people overcome a variety of challenges such as school truancy, mental illness, substance abuse, anger management, etc.
  • Strong organizational skills with attention to details, timelines and follow through.
  • Financial management and budget oversight experience
  • Grant-writing and reporting experience

Working conditions

The incumbent in this position is required to work some weekend days as well as attend after-hours events, and to be available for consultation when needed. In addition, the incumbent may be called upon to intervene in situations involving youth who are under the influence of intoxicants, are mentally ill or developmentally challenged, or who have poorly developed anger-management skills.

Compensation: $16.50hr - $19.50hr