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Youth Program Supervisor
Are you looking for a way to use your gift to help others? Do you have a heart to come alongside others who are trying to improve their lives? Do you want to work for a company that has made it on the Best Christian Workplace list two years in a row? If so, we want to talk with you!
As a Youth Program Supervisor, you will assist in accomplishing the mission, vision, and goals of the Women and Children's Ministries Department by developing and managing programs and relationships with children, youth, and their families at Hope Place. Work to prepare spiritually vibrant, academically strong, and socially skilled students ready to flourish in life in collaboration with the local church, volunteers, and partners.
*Oversee and direct all Hope Place staff and volunteers assigned to assist in the Elementary and Youth Programs; supervise one part-time Youth Program Coordinator.
*Manage, support, facilitate and review the work of volunteers by equipping, encouraging, and empowering them in their areas of responsibility. This includes working closely with the Volunteer Coordinator to recruit and train volunteers in their areas of service.
*Build and maintain relationships with youth for the purpose of evangelism and discipleship.
*Support the grace-based program model; actively participate in the grace/choice-based programming, including participating in the self-evaluation process personally, asking questions during Community Meetings, and leading others to self-evaluation.
*Establish and maintain good communication and relationships with Hope Place Staff, mothers, and youth residing at Hope Place.
*Lead in the planning and implementation of transformational elementary programs including; 1) regular contact and outreach with youth and families, 2) ongoing discipleship, 3), weekly bible study meetings 4) educational assistance four days per week, 5) camps for school breaks, etc.
*Lead in the planning and implementation of middle and high school clubs including 1) regular contact and outreach with youth and families, 2) ongoing discipleship, 3) weekly opportunities to gather, 4) monthly bible study meetings, etc.
*Lead in the planning and implementation of quarterly family events for the Hope Place community.
*Oversee the preparation and implementation of childcare on the nights of Hope Place graduations.
*Maintain appropriate records and documentation concerning staff, volunteers, and program guests, including monthly reports to the supervisor and case notes on children and families.
*Communicate effectively with supervisor and other staff regarding program plans and details.
*Develop and manage positive and productive relationships with local schools, churches, and youth outreach organizations.
*Supervise and ensure the safe use and stewardship of all UGM facilities, vehicles, and equipment.
*Attend and participate in all Mission, Division, and Department meetings and training, as required.
*Any other job-related duties as assigned by supervisor.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
*Bachelor's degree required.
*Possess a valid Washington State driver's license and be able to meet the standards of the *Mission driver criteria required, including but not limited to:
**Clean driving record
**No current suspensions or revocations
**At least 21 years of age
*Previous experience in elementary and teen youth work preferred, including experience in an *Academically supportive and spiritually nurturing environment, is preferred.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit for long periods of time in a temperature-controlled environment. Requires frequent use of computers, keyboarding, and talking on the telephone. Occasionally will stand, balance, twist, bend, stoop, kneel and reach with hands/arms. Regularly lifts up to 25 pounds and walks using stairways to climb to multiple floors within the facility. Specific vision abilities required for this job include close vision, color vision, distance vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
This position is subject to a pre-employment background check and drug screen.
COVID 19 PROTOCOL
Per King County, we require that everyone wear a mask while at any Mission facility (unless eating or drinking), practice social distancing and temperature checks are required prior to entering any facility.
Per Governor Inslee's Proclamation 21-14.1, employees at Seattle Union Gospel Mission for the following locations: KentHope, Hope Place, and Dental must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless a medical or religious exemption is approved. Being fully vaccinated means that an individual is at least two weeks past their final dose of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine regimen. As a condition of employment, newly hired employees will be required to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination or be approved for a medical or religious exemption prior to being allowed to work.
Category: Youth Ministry
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