Details: This is a 32 hour, .80 FTE non-exempt/hourly position at $19-$19.25 per hour. The Coordinator must be available to work Monday-Thursday from 11am-7:30pm or 10:30am-7pm.
1091 Mission Street
About Oasis For Girls:
The mission of Oasis For Girls is to partner with girls and young women of color from under-resourced communities to help them cultivate the skills, knowledge, and confidence to discover their dreams and build strong futures.
Oasis For Girls is seeking a highly qualified full time Program Coordinator to plan, implement, and evaluate the CREATE Arts Education program. The participant goals of the CREATE program is to learn how to use art for activism. This will be acheived through teaching girls various art forms, exposing them to art activists, developing a social action project around a girl chosen theme, and connecting their project to digital platforms. This position requires a creative, flexible, and self-motivated person who has the ability to build relationships with diverse young women, coordinate this innovative program, and work collaboratively with our small team.
The CREATE Program Coordinator is a 32 hour per week, .80 FTE non-exempt position. The CREATE Coordinator must be available to work Monday-Thursday from 11am-7:30pm or 10:30am-7pm.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Plan, implement, and evaluate the CREATE Education program for high school girls, which teaches girls how to use art in activism, teaching them various art forms, using their art skills in a social action project, and connecting their project to digital platforms.
- Responsible for all aspects of program operations including facilities management, daily attendance, behavior management, coordination of workshops, and off site field trips
- Develop and refine curriculum to address goals and evolving needs of the program
- Manage the program budget in consultation with the Executive Director
- Cultivate and maintain community partnerships with guest workshop presenters from local community based organizations
- Ensure program curriculum meets organizational program goals and grant requirements when appropriate.
- Carry out program evaluation and make adjustments to program as necessary in consultation with the Program Managers and Executive Director
- Maintain detailed and accurate records of program development, volunteer services and results for use in evaluations and reports to funders.
- Support outreach efforts through conducting onsite outreach at local schools and community based organizations each cycle.
- Support interviewing, selection, and notification of program participants each cycle.
- Support the planning, implementing, and evaluating with other program events including Orientation, Open House, Career Night, Gratitude & Celebration, and Graduation.
- Implement the Snack Program in partnership with Program Managers including picking up snack, serving snack, and documenting snack administration in compliance with city requirements.
- Provide program activity summaries, pictures, youth quotes, and youth work to the Development Director for marketing and development purposes.
- Attend all staff and program meetings.
- Attend supervision meetings
- Conduct clerical tasks as needed.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume concisely detailing your experience to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your cover letter, please answer the following questions:
- What art form do you practice?
- What is your experience with activism and/or social justice issues?
- How would you combine your art form with activism to create a meaningful program for high school girls?
Applications due by Monday, August 13th but you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible as we may fill the position before the deadline date if a qualified applicant is identified. First review of applications will be on Friday August 3rd..