Building A Generation was established in 1996 to serve our communities in need. Our mission is serving children and adults by providing direct education, support, and connections to community resources, enabling them to become healthy and self-sufficient families. Building A Generation’s Family Resource Centers are designed to prevent child abuse and promote nurturing and resilient families through youth development, parent engagement, and mental health programs.
The Program Coordinator is responsible for the oversight and coordination of various programs and will undertake a variety of administrative and program management tasks. The Program Coordinator will also facilitate mental health group classes per grant protocol and requirements. The main role is to facilitate the effective management of programs according to the organization’s standards. This Program Coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Experienced facilitator for ongoing group classes on a variety of mental health and wellness topics at various sites
- Ensure all client and contractual obligations are met, including client and participant satisfaction, recruitment and performance metrics, training curriculum, compliance and more
- Planning and implementation of day-to-day program administration, operations, and activities
- Ensure program goals, objectives, and outcomes are consistently met
- Develop recruitment and marketing plans and coordinate outreach activities to reach multiple program targets
- Responsible for data collection, analysis, and evaluation to generate community impact reports and correspondence
- Develop forms and records to document program activities and clients of programs
- Write reports on the programs for management and for funders, maintain excellent client records and complete all program required reports and paperwork
- Provide monthly, quarterly, and annual programmatic updates according to grant and organizational requirements
- Attend meetings required by grantors and serve as program contact for grants correspondences
- Assists in development of printed material and reports for publication.
- Representative at community meetings/networks/collaborative efforts that impact the areas of education, health, and children
- Identify, cultivate, and maintain strong collaborative relationships with other community resources and partners.
- Perform presentations and talks at events
- Other duties as assigned
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree required (ie, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology Master’s degree preferred. At least 3-4 years prior relevant work experience
- Job responsibilities require flexible schedule, including some weekends.
- Demonstrated success working independently and with a team
- Superb communication skills (written and verbal) with an ability to relate with a diverse group of individuals or organizations in an effective manner.
- Effective listening skills is a must
- High-energy, outcome-focused individual with a positive “can-do” outlook who can manage ambiguity and change
- Exceptional interpersonal skills are required, as well as the ability to make public presentations.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite especially Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
- Demonstrated excellence in organizational and program/project management
- Highly productive with ability to multi-task and self-manage; must be adept at knowing how to prioritize tasks and time most effectively to achieve goals
- Excellent customer service skills interacting with youth, adults, volunteers, donors
- Enjoys working in a fast-paced environment
- Bilingual-Spanish a plus
Hourly Rate: $16-$19/hour – Position is full time, M-F 8:00-4:30pm with willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends. Incumbent is eligible for a basic benefit package (medical/dental coverage, paid vacation/ sick holiday leave, etc.).
Building A Generation is an equal opportunity employer.