Position: Spanish Skills for Success Program Leader Team Lead: Skills for Success Program Director Classification: Non-Exempt, part-time Salary & Benefits: Starting, $20 per hour
• Annual pay increases per salary structure and budget allowances • Between 10 and 15 hours per week during the months the program is given. • Simple IRA retirement plan, 3%, matched savings after three months • Supportive, family-friendly, teamwork environment • Paid professional development • Monthly staff team lunch, lunch provided • Annual wellness stipend
Job Description: The mission of The Advocates is to teach people of all ages how to build and maintain healthy relationships. We accomplish this through education, shelter, and support services. We envision a compassionate community, free from emotional and physical abuse.
The Spanish Skills for Success Program Leader oversees, promotes, leads, and evaluates the Skill for Success Employability Program (SFS) in Spanish. The leader recruits and supervises all participants, and volunteers assisting with SFS. The leader will interface with other session leaders and program partners. This position reports to the Skills for Success Program Director.
The Advocates is committed to creating a workplace that welcomes diverse backgrounds and perspectives. The Advocates maintains a strong policy of equal employment opportunity and seeks to achieve equal opportunity for all staff members and applicants as articulated by federal, state, and local laws. All aspects of employment will be governed on the basis of merit, competence, and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, veteran status, political affiliation, or any other basis prohibited by law. All decisions made with respect
Spanish Skills for Success Program Leader April 2022 to recruiting, hiring, promotions, benefits, pay, and dismissal for all job classifications will be based on individual qualifications related to the requirements of the position. Additionally, The Advocates makes reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities unless it would be an undue hardship.
Qualifications: Prefer experience in teaching, coaching, leading workshops, and/or program management.
Strong communication skills, including public speaking.
Highly developed interpersonal, networking, and rapport-building skills with community members and volunteers.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Demonstrated commitment to social change work and interest in working with clients from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Computer application skills related to developing program promotional materials, use of Microsoft Office applications, and possibly Zoom.
Bilingual in English and Spanish is a must.
Must pass a criminal background check.
Duties: Maintain and deliver program curriculum one or two times a year, or more as needed.
Develop, publish and communicate program and class schedules to interface with other Advocates and community programs.
Recruit, screen, and enroll program participants on an ongoing basis to fill the program.
Arrange program logistics including classroom and event space, volunteers, and other support as needed.
Maintain all program documents, records, and systems including participant tracking and follow-up.
Perform and report on program statistics including participant testimonials on an ongoing basis. Prepare monthly SFS statistical updates and summary reports for the supervisor and Executive Director.
Develop and maintain SFS collaborative relationships with partner organizations.
Plan for and place orders for program supplies with the office manager.
Recruit, coordinate, train, and oversee SFS volunteers as needed. Provide Volunteer Program Manager with volunteer information to ensure proper volunteer paperwork, orientation, tracking, and appreciation.
Perform other program-related duties as needed for the success of the program and as assigned by the supervisor and/or Executive Director.
Schedule: 10 to 15 hours during the program’s months. Additional hours may be necessary to attend monthly staff meetings and training.
To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter to Colleen Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org.