Program Coordinator at Collective Impact (view all jobs) San Francisco, CA 94115 Hours: Full-Time, 37.5 hours / week Salary: $56,000 - $62,000 Reports to: Program Director
The Organization: Collective Impact – Founded in 2007, Collective Impact’s mission is to provide youth, families, and programs with the tools and resources they need to succeed. We believe that we are all connected and if we work together we can develop critical solutions to the issues facing our community. Based out of the historic Ella Hill Hutch Community Center in the Western Addition, Collective Impact serves as an anchor institution and a safe haven for children, youth and families. We are an incubator for community-based organizations and provide the expertise and resources they need so their developing programs can flourish. Through all of our work and the programs we serve, we improve the lives of over 3,000 people every year. The Program: Magic Zone – We provide services for “K to TAY (Transitional Age Youth 18-24)” with the goal of improving the personal and academic assets of each participant. Academic support services include homework assistance, tutoring, goal setting and general guidance about how to navigate the school system. Enrichment programming supports personal skills development in areas of responsibility and self-advocacy. This holistic programming introduces youth to new skills and passions, such as technology, arts, health, cooking, writing, and sports. A “Community Engineer” framework is also interwoven throughout program, which provides a deeper understanding of their needs, individualizes support, and facilitates the development of trusting relationships. Additionally, the TAY cohort is engaged in internships and workforce related skill building, such as resume writing, job preparation, and mock interviewing. The Job: Program Coordinator – This employee supports the programs, facilities, staff, and students of the Magic Zone program. They are primarily responsible for supporting the implementation of program, events, and overall model. Site Management:
Calendar management of site usage; such as weekend rentals at Hayes, basketball and soccer rentals at EHH, liaise with SF Rec and Park, landlords, vendors as needed.
Maintain cleanliness in all program areas; including the upkeep of the equipment and facility in an acceptable manner and the set-up and breakdown during the program day to contribute to ongoing efforts to keep sites orderly.
Co-managing the organization’s volunteer program: trainings, compliance forms, site support, reflections, assignments with the Operations and Human Resources Manager
Support site-wide initiatives and donation inventory (Alaska Airlines snack donations, clothing and book donations)
Research, propose, and implement fee-based rental opportunities at EHH
Manage application and enrollment process in accordance with regulations, maintaining all necessary attendance and member records for grant compliance. Managing all participant demographic information and data for purposes of grant compliance and reports.
As needed transportation, chaperoning and coordinating weekday or weekend enrichment field trips or outings for program students and families
Monitor program snack, food, and program supply levels and equipment and the needs of program staff and students
Manage monthly, or as needed, the site calendar completion, supply order requests, enrollment, and updated emergency contact information.
Track Program Staff Professional Development to support HR Initiatives
Coordinate program or site events and ensure closure or event communication is given to staff and families.
Co-plan summer and school year curriculum and event planning with Senior Team and Program Staff as well as liaise with Literacy Program partners.
Support discipline and incentives for students
Plan and implement family orientations, and annual events
Bachelor’s Degree or current pursuit of degree preferred
3-5 years of community building and advocacy experience
Demonstrate a high level of skill and enthusiasm for administrative and project coordination tasks
Knowledge of best practices in youth development, enrichment, and education
Must pass LiveScan background check and fingerprinting and TB testing
Demonstrated commitment to and experience addressing racial issues
Understanding of or experience in policy advocacy and/or political organizing and reporting
Ability to produce high quality work and written materials needing minimal editing
Strong proficiency in tools such as GSuite, Slack, Asana to support project management and communication
Experience with databases and data entry
Works well independently and collaboratively within a team and demonstrates a high degree of initiative, resourcefulness and flexibility to meet the needs of the role
Creativity and flexibility in developing approaches and problem solving
Exhibits the program values of integrity, cooperation, diligence, and dedication
Ability to clearly convey messages regarding organizational policies
Ability to lift, carry, pull, or otherwise move objects between 10 and 20 pounds.
Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with staff, public officials, private sector officials, parents, and community leaders.
Must have access to dependable transportation and personal car insurance that meets the minimum liability coverage required for position if driving for work or transporting participants unless using agency vehicle
Clean driving record; current CA Driver’s License or ability to obtain within 10 days after hire
Collective Impact is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing equal opportunity to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation, family responsibilities, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, military status, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law. People of color and women of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.