Inclusive Communities is Hiring a Program Partner
PROGRAM PARTNER Department: Programming Supervisor: Programs and Faculty Manager (PFM) Start Date: February 2021 Work Hours: 40 per week, Monday – Sunday (flexible) Salary: $35,500 - $40,000 plus benefits ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW Inclusive Communities confronts prejudice, bigotry and discrimination through educational programs that raise awareness, foster leadership, and empower advocacy for a just and inclusive society. As an organization, we envision a society that is strengthened by diversity, inclusion, respect, and justice for all people. GENERAL FUNCTION The Program Partner should be an experienced, organized, detail-oriented, self-motivated, reliable, and creative individual. This position supports the overall curriculum, execution, coordination, and evaluation of all Inclusive Communities’ programs which include, not limited to: Business Programing, IncluCity, Creating Inclusive Communities (CIC) workshops, IncluCity Middle, After-School Programs, Service Learning Academy Projects, and Omaha Table Talk. The Program Partner reports to the Programs and Faculty Manager by whom the specifics and parameters of the job are further defined. Responsibilities: Assist in the overall delivery and facilitation of Inclusive Communities Youth, Community, and Business programming Assist PFM and CSM in reviewing and developing curriculum for various audiences Liaison and coordinate all university and higher education student programming (ie. UNO Service Learning Academy, UNO Dialogue Project, etc.) Collect panelist data (bios and photographs) for events Collaborate with the Communications Manager in aspects of social media communication and outreach and other programming materials Collaborate with the Program Partner who oversees volunteer services for volunteers for each event Support the outreach efforts for all Inclusive Communities programs, including: conducting recruitment at external events, planning and coordination of special events, drafting/review of communications and outreach materials for volunteers, serving as a liaison for referral agencies, and development/ maintenance of outreach database / contact lists Assist with execution of IncluCity program Assist PFM with IncluCity Middle program coordinating for area schools Assist PFM and programming team with planning, developing, and implementing “best practices” curriculum for afterschool students in assigned schools during the course of the academic year Maintain daily attendance and build relationships with school staff and community resources for After School Programming Attend and actively participate in monthly trainings provided by Inclusive Communities partner: Collective for Youth Support administrative and operational services including program evaluation, accurately documenting program participation, and collecting and entering data as needed Provide other program support including; attending collaborative meetings, serving as a liaison for all activities related to the program and/or collaborative activities, assist in preparation of providing input for program and grant reports, and other activities to support Inclusive Communities programs Other related duties and/or expectations as assigned Skills and Competencies: Sincere dedication and overall passion and personal commitment to the mission and philosophy of Inclusive Communities. Knowledge of the organization’s primary proficiencies (e.g. dialogue, education, conflict resolution and advocacy) and a personal vision of communities built on justice, respect, and inclusion for all. Ability to interact and co-exist respectfully with fellow staff members, volunteers, and community members from diverse backgrounds. Ability to work some evenings and weekends as needed. Combination of relevant work experience and education including Associates or Bachelors degree or relevant work experience recommended. Interest in nonprofit work. 2-4 years of experience in a program outreach, education/facilitation or organizer role, internship, or paid position. Bi-lingual is preferred, but not required. Must be a team player with an excellent ability to multi-task, accompanied by a spirit of flexibility and collaborative outlook in a fast-paced work environment. Valid driver's license with reliable form of daily transportation and/or vehicle insurance. Satisfactorily pass a background check. Excellent facilitation, and program directing skills. Excellent organizational, problem solving, interpersonal, and conflict management skills. Strong communication skills (verbal and written) with an attention to detail. Strong knowledge of human relations issues, including understanding of the oppression and privilege models. The ability to work independently and properly manage time to meet deadlines. The ability to understand, analyze, and manage complex human relations issues; develops a deep understanding of human relations curriculums. The ability to relate well with people from diverse backgrounds, both in groups and individually, including but not limited to youth, adults, school representatives, and nonprofit professionals. Experience with Microsoft Office programs and Google Applications.