Program Manager

Our Mission: Community for Youth inspires and supports the social, emotional, and academic development of students through mentoring, learning experiences, and a powerful community. It is our vision that all students graduate from high school with the skills needed to be successful in life and to make a positive impact on the community.

Responsibilities:

The Program Manager is responsible for the overall flow and continuity of the mentoring program at Community for Youth (CfY) including but not limited to the tasks outlined below:

  • Supervise Program Team (including 2 AmeriCorps members, Outreach & Partnership Coordinator and contract Workshop Facilitator).
  • Develop curriculum content for workshops and weekend camps.
  • Facilitate 70% of workshops and activities (including mentor workshops and large group student-mentor workshops).
  • Coordinate logistics for all CfY workshops, activities, and retreats.
  • Support Outreach & Partnership Coordinator by retaining responsibility of about 30% of mentor recruitment, including presenting at local companies.
  • Ensure that outcome data is collected and tracked. Collect required data and complete funding reports.
  • Work 4-5 weekends per year at CfY overnight retreats.
  • Collect and maintain all workshop, events, and activities attendance records.
  • Facilitate weekly Program Team meetings and regular one-on- one supervision meetings.
  • Provide Program Team with workshop direction and support.
  • Manage and retain CfY paperwork in office.
  • Advise ED of any issues or concerns.
  • Support grant reporting requirements by providing tracked data as requested.
  • Support agency fund development events.

Experience, Skills and Desired Qualities:

  • 5+ years of experience in the Youth Development Field.
  • Extremely detail-oriented and able to take a wide-angle view of events involving many moving pieces.
  • 3+ years supervisory experience.
  • Experience developing curriculum for youth programs.
  • Comfort and ease with facilitation and public speaking.
  • Collaborative and clear leader.
  • Ability to work autonomously and exercise flexibility.
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite.
  • YPQI/A experience a plus.
  • Experience with Seattle Public Schools a plus.
  • Conscientious, reliable, thoughtful & self-awareness are a must.
  • Positive attitude.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.

Compensation:

  • Pay depends on experience and expertise within the range of $45,000-55,000 annually (exempt position).
  • Full medical and dental.
  • 18 Days PTO + 9 holidays and 2 floating holidays.

Please Submit Cover Letter and Resume to Mark Takehara at mark@communityforyouth.org