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California School-Age Consortium | Berkeley, CA
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March 16, 2020
January 31, 2020

Title: Program Coordinator

Classification: Full-time, non-exempt

Compensation and Benefits:

The hourly rate for this position is $21.63 per hour. We provide a generous benefits package which includes:

-         A fully covered medical premium for the Kaiser gold plan and fully covered dental premium for Delta Dental PPO;

-         A flexible health and wellness allocation that can be applied toward the reimbursement of expenses, transportation and/or retirement contributions; and

Paid time off including vacation staring at 10 days, 9 holidays plus 3 flexible holidays, 12 sick days, an additional 5 scheduled days off in the winter, and a sabbatical leave option.

Organizational overview:

CalSAC is building a future where every child in California — regardless of income, race, or zip code — has access to high quality, affordable out-of-school time programs (such as before school, afterschool and summer learning programs). We see a future where every professional in the field has the resources they need and is valued for the important impact they have on the lives of children. We are committed to fulfilling the promise of an informed, engaged and empowered out-of-school time workforce, and a more equitable future for California’s children and families.

CalSAC works toward this vision by providing equity-driven training, leadership development and advocacy across the large and diverse state of California. Every year, we train and empower thousands of adults who work in California’s out-of-school time programs to strengthen their skills, deepen their impact, and advocate for policies that benefit children and families. In turn, they shape the lives of tens of thousands of young people, helping them unlock their full potential.

We reach the out-of-school time field through a collective impact structure that leverages the skill, experience and talent of diverse individuals and organizations across the state including a 20-member board of directors, 8 FTE staff team and a network of over 300 trainers. Our work is guided by a commitment to Field Building, Paying it Forward, Community, Equity, and Empowerment. Our team members align with these values and embody a Caring, Agile, Inclusive, People-Driven, and Courageous approach to their work with each other and the community.

 Position overview:

The Program Coordinator conducts outreach, marketing and recruitment for 3-4 projects. The scope of responsibility includes coordination of projects, tracking high volumes of data, creating marketing materials, and providing support and customer service to program participants, trainers and agencies. Position is located in Berkeley, CA.

  Relationships:

Reports to Director of Programs. Works as part of the program team. Maintains good working relationships with all staff, constituents, volunteers and partner organizations.

Primary responsibility areas and activities:

Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Marketing & Outreach

-        Supports the development of strategies for publicizing events and coordinates the production and distribution of materials.

-        Creates materials and resources to market services including flyers, e-newsletters, mailings and web content (includes writing copy, editing and graphic design).

-        Utilizes electronic systems to communicate with constituents. This includes e-newsletters, websites, social networking sites, and an online training request system.

-        Conducts outreach calls and maintains prospecting lists.

Coordination & Customer Support

-        Provides proactive and timely correspondence, feedback and advice to constituents.

-        Maintains and utilizes databases for event registration, participant information and generates reports.

-        Self-directed in breaking down a project into steps from beginning to end and manages all the details for the project's success. Works toward a deadline and keeps projects on target and within their budgets.

-        Works creatively to suggest ways to improve systems, elevate communications, streamline processes, and give constituents the best experience possible.

General Leadership & Administration

-        Understands and is passionate about the organization’s vision, mission, and values and communicates the strategic direction with staff, constituents, and partners.

-        Maintains work plans and meets deadlines as scheduled. 

-        Monitors budget expenditures and submits receipts for reporting and reimbursement in a timely manner.

-        Maintains efficient systems for organizing and administrating work.

-        Provides general office support as needed including back-up on phones, mailing, copying, filing and other office duties.

Qualifications:

Education & Experience

-        At least 2 years of experience in project coordination, preferably in a nonprofit environment.

-        Experience with marketing and outreach, graphic design, databases and customer service required; 2 years preferred.

-        Knowledge of, or experience in, the out-of-school time field (i.e. afterschool, school-age childcare, summer learning, school-based, community-based organization, private programs, parks and recreation, camps, etc.) is highly desired

-        BA degree or equivalent experience.

Skills & Abilities

-        Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to provide troubleshooting and support to consitutuents.

-        Detail oriented and able to manage large amounts of data.

-        Well organized and able to maintain effectiveness in a fast-paced environment with multiple projects and changing deadlines.

-        Strong writing and editing skills.

-        Works well independently and with others in a team environment.

-        Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, and Outlook programs.

-        Proficiency with, or willingness to learn, back-end applications for managing website content and data.

-        Proficiency with, or willingness to learn, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop or Illustrator.

-        Position requires extensive computer work and some lifting (up to 40lbs).

-        Deep commitment to self-reflection, courageous equity focused conversations and healthy team dynamics.

Application Details and Timeline:

Submit the following documents (PDF or Word) via email to Isabelle Mussard, Executive Director at imussard@calsac.org.

1.      Cover letter that clearly connects your experience to the position job description and articulates your interest in CalSAC’s mission (1-page limit).

2.      Current resume (3-page limit).

3.      Three (3) references

Attachments are preferred in one PDF file. Do not include cover letters in the body of the email. Subject line should read: “PROGRAM COORDINATOR APPLICATION. Please note that any applications missing he above documents and incorrect subject line will not be reviewed.

Applications are due by the end of the day, January 30, 2020. Due to the volume of anticipated responses, we may not be able to respond to each applicant.

 Anticipated start date is March 13, 2020. Position is located in Berkeley, CA.

CalSAC is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to age, race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, disability or protected veteran status, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Title: Program Coordinator

Classification: Full-time, non-exempt

Compensation and Benefits:

The hourly rate for this position is $21.63 per hour. We provide a generous benefits package which includes:

-         A fully covered medical premium for the…

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How to Apply

Application Details and Timeline:

Submit the following documents (PDF or Word) via email to Isabelle Mussard, Executive Director at imussard@calsac.org.

1.      Cover letter that clearly connects your experience to the position job description and articulates your interest in CalSAC’s mission (1-page limit).

2.      Current resume (3-page limit).

3.      Three (3) references

Attachments are preferred in one PDF file. Do not include cover letters in the body of the email. Subject line should read: “PROGRAM COORDINATOR APPLICATION. Please note that any applications missing he above documents and incorrect subject line will not be reviewed.

Applications are due by the end of the day, January 30, 2020. Due to the volume of anticipated responses, we may not be able to respond to each applicant.


CalSAC is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to age, race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, disability or protected veteran status, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Application Details and Timeline:

Submit the following documents (PDF or Word) via email to Isabelle Mussard, Executive Director at imussard@calsac.org.

1.      Cover letter that clearly…

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1918 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94704

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