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Administrative Assistant – Full Time

Position Summary:

This position supports the central office of Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo (CIS), primarily the finance, human resources and administration unit.  This position is a 40 hour per week position, 52 weeks per year that is benefit eligible.

The individual will be responsible for the administrative and facilities support as well as electronic inventory management.  As the first point of contact for internal and external clients, the individual must present and professional appearance and display the values expressed in the CIS mission and vision.

Responsibilities:

  • Generate routine correspondence that includes but is not limited to e-mails, letters, faxes and forms using Microsoft Office Suite
  • Answer and direct phone calls, provide general support to visitors and act as point of contact for internal and external clients
  • Maintain a neat and orderly office appearance
  • Receive, log and distribute mail
  • Organize and schedule appointments both onsite and offsite appointments
  • Update and maintain unit calendars, policies and procedures
  • Receive and verify order shipments
  • Track, maintain and order office supplies when necessary, and replenish identified office supplies daily
  • Maintain organization contact lists
  • Maintain electronics inventory log, facilitate check-in/check-out process and facilitate repairs needed
  • Demonstrative teamwork behavior
  • Seek direction when needed
  • Maintains the confidentiality of all CIS and site-related information in accordance with CIS confidentiality policy and ethical practices

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • High school degree
  • Successfully complete criminal background checks
  • Proven experience as an administrative or office assistant
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organizations skills with the ability to multi-tasks with regular disruptions
  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize work
  • Strong customer service focus
  • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures
  • Working knowledge of office equipment such as printers and fax machines
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and Outlook in particular) or similar programs
  • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Exemplify and demonstrate an understanding and embracement of diversity and inclusiveness in thought, word and actions

If interested in being considered, please submit resumé and cover letter to Colleen Loc (cloc@ciskalamazoo.org).  To help ensure your submission is received, please either email your materials as a PDF and/or do not include the word “resumé” in your email subject line.

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“Kids in Tune” After School Coordinator

Position Summary:

The After School Coordinator (ASC) is responsible for overseeing onsite operations of the 21st Century Community Learning Center (21 CCLC) with Communities In Schools at Woods Lake Elementary: A Magnet Center for the Arts.

In partnership with the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra (KSO), his site has been developed as a music-focused program that combines the CIS Integrated Student Services model with the philosophy and methodology of El Sistema, the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra program.  The curriculum focuses on music, arts and academic success. In addition to academic tutoring, it includes instruction in basic musicianship (listening, movement, notation, theory); rhythm training (bucket band); choir; group instrumental music lessons, and full ensemble rehearsals.

Other responsibilities

  • Utilize thorough understanding and application of the Communities In Schools ISS model and maintain a high level of fidelity to model student Total Quality System (TQS) standards. Implement the standards on a consistent basis.
  • Provide competent leadership for integrating the site’s academic and enrichment strategies to make optimal impact on school-wide and individual student outcomes.
  • Assist with the planning and preparation for program.
  • Provide effective coaching, supervision and development of summer program staff.
  • Develop highly effective relationships with student participants, parents/guardians, interns, volunteers and KSO staff.
  • Engage in effective performance planning and evaluation of program staff
  • Ensure program is compliant with all childcare licensing regulations and requirements, and oversees licensing renewals at assigned site
  • Maintains the confidentiality of all CIS and site-related information.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Master’s degree in music education, music therapy, music performance; or human services, public administration, education or related area with extensive musical background; plus a minimum of three years of experience working with children, adolescents and families and a well-developed knowledge base on the needs/issues of children and families. Supervisory and/or management experience highly desirable.
  • Must possess the necessary education, experience, or acceptable combination of the two to meet the School-age Program Director qualifications as defined in by the Licensing Rules for Child Care Centers of the State of Michigan Department of Human Services Office of Children and Adult Licensing (R 400.5302).
  • Commitment to or willingness to embrace the ideals of El Sistema.
  • High degree of organizational ability and the ability to work independently with limited supervision. A demonstrated capacity to manage many projects and activities simultaneously.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of child growth and development and experience working with children and families. Effective in working with diverse populations and needs. Understands and embraces diversity and inclusiveness in thought, word, and actions.  Exemplifies these values.
  • Knowledge and experience with a wide range of community resources including human services, healthcare, education, recreation, employment and basic needs necessary. Advanced understanding of complex organizations and service delivery systems and how they function.  Ability to implement cooperative structures and methods for multi-agency involvement in student support.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills, to interact effectively with school staff, parents, students, volunteers, service providers and other team members. Ability to establish credibility with school personnel.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment, discretion, integrity, and knowledge of organizational policies and procedures and to effectively convey such information to others.
  • Ability to interpret, comprehend and transmit complex and detailed instructions in order to plan and perform job duties. Ability to pay close attention to and manage details while maintaining a focus on the big picture and longer-term program goals.  Ability to organize, prioritize and work independently as well as schedule and produce work in a timely manner.
  • Knowledge of Michigan Childcare Licensing rules and regulations strongly desired.
  • Essential to possess experience and proficiency with personal computers, word processing software, spreadsheets, the internet, electronic mail, and databases.

This position is 38 hours per week, and eligible for benefits.

If interested in being considered, please submit resumé and cover letter to Colleen Loc (cloc@ciskalamazoo.org).  To help ensure your submission is received, please either email your materials as a PDF and/or do not include the word “resumé” in your email subject line.

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Summer Youth Development Worker

Position Summary:

Responsible for the direct delivery of a wide range of activities as part of a high-quality youth development program for students enrolled in a full-time summer learning and enrichment program as part of a licensed child care program and a 21st Century Community Learning Center. Plans and delivers lessons that are developmentally appropriate and contribute to grade level proficiency in reading, writing, math and science.  Consistently delivers lessons and uses strategies which teach developmentally appropriate social-emotional learning skills such as self-regulation, constructive problem-solving/coping and resilience.  Maintains an orderly and engaging classroom environment that is conducive to learning.  Interacts effectively with other members of a team, including site coordinators, interns, parents, service providers and volunteers.  Provides structure, support and guidance to volunteers to maximize their positive impact on students.  Provides effective planning and implementation for field lessons which ensure safety, supervision and enriched learning opportunities.  Adheres to all required child care licensing rules and regulations.  Consistently models appropriate and positive classroom management strategies which provide developmentally and individually needed structure and expectations.  Demonstrates passion and commitment for the CIS mission and vision.

Working Conditions:

Works in a school setting where there is limited physical discomfort due to dust, noise, etc.  Works in both indoor and outdoor circumstances with students where there may be differences in temperature and weather conditions.  Occasionally lifts supplies and materials within or between sites, typically up to 25 lbs. at waist high level.  Ability to engage in a range of physical activities and exercise with students in both the school setting and in multiple community settings, including the capacity to accompany students using a variety of transportation methods—walking, climbing stairs, school bus, etc.  Ability to readily observe and hear students across multiple settings and ability to interpret those observations for safety, assessment, reporting and direct and immediate intervention.  Must be able to meet all scheduling requirements and work consistently and reliably throughout the eight to nine-week period.  Schedule is all day and may require an occasional early morning or evening period.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develops a strong understanding of each individual student assigned to his/her classroom group through the use of existing records and assessments, through formal and informal observation and interaction that leads to an appreciation of the students’ assets, needs and interests.
  • Develops site based and community based plans for daily activities which address student goals for proficiency in academic/cognitive areas such as reading, writing, math and science, as well as social-emotional learning such as self-regulation, individual and group problem-solving and resiliency.
  • Consistently identifies, organizes and utilizes appropriate materials, supplies and equipment that support the delivery of developmentally appropriate lessons and experiences.
  • Maintains environments and practices that comply with all provisions of the Michigan Child Care Licensing regulations.
  • Assures the provision of classroom, building-wide and community environments that are physically and emotionally safe and secure for all participants.  Effectively manages student behavior as part of student learning and skill acquisition.
  • Consistently and effectively participates as a member of a team, demonstrating communication skills (listening as well as speaking and writing), mutual respect and modeling knowledge and concern for the best interests of students participating in the program.
  • Provides first aid and CPR in any instance in which it may be necessary for the safety and well-being of students.
  • Actively engages with students in all activities—teaching, modeling, demonstrating and encouraging.  Able and willing to physically engage in a complete range of activities in the classroom, in other indoor and outdoor spaces and in all field locations.
  • Effectively uses all mechanisms to monitor student progress on an ongoing basis and adjusts strategies to support student improvements in all domains.  Takes a leadership role to routinely debrief on what is going well and what needs improving to benefit both individual students and the overall classroom and program.
  • Demonstrates consistent understanding and application of the youth program quality assessment (YPQA) standards.
  • Participates in all aspects of program quality improvement, including data collection, data analysis and program adjustments.
  • Maintains the confidentiality of ALL student information.
  • Actively participates in staff training and professional development opportunities.  Engages in opportunities to improve knowledge and skill.
  • Positively represents CIS in the community.
  • Effective in working with diverse populations and needs. Understands and embraces diversity and inclusiveness in thought, word, and actions.  Exemplifies these values.
  • Adheres to all CIS policies and procedures.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • High School Diploma with relevant experience required; post-secondary courses/degree in relevant field strongly desired (i.e. Youth Development, Childcare Administration, Education, Recreation, etc.).
  • Demonstrated skill and experience working effectively in youth development program(s) with an academic support focus.
  • Ability to interpret, comprehend and transmit complex and detailed instructions.
  • Ability to pay close attention to and manage details while maintaining a focus on the big picture.
  • Ability to organize, prioritize and work independently as well as produce work in a timely manner.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills with children, adolescents and adults.
  • Understands and embraces diversity and inclusiveness in thought, word, and actions.  Exemplifies these values.
  • CPR and 1st Aide certification preferred or willingness/ability to become certified in advance of the program.
  • Specialized knowledge and skill in various areas of youth interest, including science, technology, music, sports, writing, visual arts, performing arts, etc.

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

If interested in being considered, please submit resumé and cover letter to Colleen Loc (cloc@ciskalamazoo.org).  To help ensure your submission is received, please either email your materials as a PDF and/or do not include the word “resumé” in your email subject line.

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Summer Youth Development Leader, Secondary

Position Summary:

The Summer Youth Development Leader for secondary students is responsible for filling varied roles and functions to assure the smooth and effective provision of a high-quality youth development summer program, under the direction of the Summer Site Director.  S/he is focused on assuring that the classrooms/grouping of secondary student participants are functioning well and in that respect, may serve as a substitute or enhanced direct staff to assist with a group or with individual students within a group.  S/he may float across multiple classrooms or program settings, providing extra guidance, support, modelling and coaching for youth development staff.  Provides guidance and assistance in assuring that lesson plans are consistent with the overall program theme(s) and plan.  S/he provides assistance with recruitment, enrollment and program entry tasks.  S/he assists with all infrastructure arrangements including KPS transportation, KPS food service and facilities.  Provides primary assistance with tracking and data collection tasks.  Assists with assuring the organization and distribution of program supplies and equipment.  Assists with inventory management and control, as well as managing the transfer of equipment, supplies and materials from and to storage at the start and end of the program.  Provides other general assistance and leadership to all staff in the interests of delivering program/service excellence and fulfilling participant goals and outcomes. Priority will be given to candidates with an interest in further commitment to Communities In Schools beyond our summer program.

Working Conditions:

Normal working conditions where there is minimal physical discomfort due to temperature, dust, noise and the like.  Occasionally lifts average 25 pounds of supplies, materials, etc. to waist level.  Capacity to move around the assigned school building, including the potential for utilizing stairs to go between floors when needed, and to get around with relative ease and speed in order to assist staff and intervene with students when required.  Ability to drive plus the availability of a vehicle to use for getting to and from multiple sites for meetings and training, picking up materials and supplies or evaluating potential sites for field lessons.  Valid Michigan drivers license and the ability to obtain necessary auto insurance for the above purposes.  Must be able to observe and hear students, staff and providers across a wide range of settings and interpret those observations to fulfill safety, evaluation, monitoring and service modifications.  Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends and/or early mornings in order to cover work responsibilities.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Consistently demonstrates the capacity to develop and operate a high-quality youth development program for secondary students, consistent with the Youth Program Quality Standards and the capacity to teach and lead other staff in using the standards.  Translates program and lesson plans into effective actions to meet participant goals and outcomes.
  • Develops the skills and knowledge of youth development workers by coaching, demonstrating and modeling practices that are most effective with secondary program participants.
  • Assists with the organization, management and operation of the administrative work spaces including the program office, the supplies/materials areas and common spaces for the program.  Develops and oversees systems for organizing forms, contact information about students/parents and other information needed.  Along with the Summer Site Coordinator, ensures that the centralized location for welcoming students, volunteers, parents and providers, is appropriately organized for those purposes.  Provides a strong customer service orientation to all “end users” and communicates effectively with all parties.
  • Works with the Site Director and the Program Assistant to assure that the designated summer location is fully compliant with all child care licensing requirements.
  • Assists when necessary with student transportation arrangements through KPS, food service, and facilities.  Makes certain that there is effective communication with all other staff regarding these services and arrangements.
  • Consistently demonstrates leadership and advanced knowledge of effectively working with adolescents in training and daily debriefing sessions, including positive behavior support, trauma-informed interventions and the development of social-emotional or executive function skills (self-regulation, resilience, coping strategies, etc.).
  • Demonstrates leadership and highly effective interpersonal relationship skills in working with volunteers, partners, interns and parents.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • High school diploma or equivalent and at least three years of successful, demonstrated knowledge and experience working with middle and/or high school-aged youth.  Prior experience within a licensed 21st Century Community Learning Center or equivalent preferred.
  • Exceptional communication skills—listening, speaking, understanding, interpreting and transmitting verbal and written information to and from others.
  • Capacity to demonstrate, model and coach expected behaviors and strategies for effective youth development to others to develop their knowledge and skill.
  • Flexibility and adaptability to “float” across the entire program, delivering direct classroom interventions when needed.  Ability to make independent observations on what is needed and to take appropriate action with limited direction from others.
  • Above average organization skills, including the capacity to implement strategies to organize materials, processes, schedules and people.  Able to work independently with limited supervision.  Capacity to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Ability to lead and inspire diverse individuals.

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

If interested in being considered, please submit resumé and cover letter to Colleen Loc (cloc@ciskalamazoo.org).  To help ensure your submission is received, please either email your materials as a PDF and/or do not include the word “resumé” in your email subject line.

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Senior Site Coordinator, Middle School Level

Position Summary:

The Senior Site Coordinator (SSC) is responsible for implementing the Communities In Schools (CIS) Integrated Student Services (ISS) model within the designated secondary school building.  The position assesses students’ needs, develops both building-level and individual student plans to address those needs to remove obstacles to student success.  The SSC develops, oversees and manages resources and strategies to improve student success in school and in life as measure by proficiency in academics, behavior and school day attendance.  The position coordinates and supports a site team (including interns, designated community resource providers and volunteers) to achieve CIS goals and implement a building site operations plan. S/he connects the right resources to the right students at the right time to meet school-wide and student specific needs and monitors and adjusts plans based on progress assessments.

The Senior Site Coordinator is a primary representative of CIS within his/her building and is responsible for assuring effective relationships with all building stakeholders—principal, teachers, support staff, parents, etc. S/he collaborates with other CIS staff within the building, including the After-School Coordinator when applicable and school staff to ensure that effective Tier I (school-wide) and Tier II & III (individual student) services are in place to effectively address to student needs. The SSC provides case management services to designated students and fulfills all requirements associated with that role.

This full-time position works 40 hours per week, 43 weeks per year, and offers a competitive salary and benefits.

Position Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in a human service area, such as social work, that affords the appropriate training in assessment, child and adolescent development and appropriate interventions preferred with at least
  • Two years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and training.

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

If interested in being considered, please submit resumé and cover letter to Colleen Loc (cloc@ciskalamazoo.org).  To help ensure your submission is received, please either email your materials as a PDF and/or do not include the word “resumé” in your email subject line.

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Senior Director of Site Services

Position Summary:

Senior leadership position within a Kalamazoo non-profit organization whose mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.  Oversees and manages programs and services that impact over 11,000 children and youth, IN SCHOOLS, emphasizing whole-child needs and an integrated support model to assure academic achievement and college/career-ready graduation.

The position is responsible for a service delivery unit which is comprised of 140+ employees and an annual budget of $3 million.  Supervises and develops two Associate Directors as well as directly overseeing and supervising five coordinator-level positions.  Operates collaboratively with a team of other senior leaders in the organization

Position Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in a human service area or education with several years of experience at the management/supervisory/leadership level.
  • Strong background in child/adolescent development and demonstrated ability to design and deliver complex service delivery systems that result in improved achievement, development and overall well-being.
  • Knowledge of and experience with public schools highly desirable.

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

Competitive salary and benefits.  Interviews will begin in early January.

 

If interested in being considered, please submit resumé and cover letter to Colleen Loc (cloc@ciskalamazoo.org).  To help ensure your submission is received, please either email your materials as a PDF and/or do not include the word “resumé” in your email subject line.

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Public Policy Associate, School-Based Health Initiative — Part-Time

Position Summary:

This position is a 20-24 month position with an average of 20 hours per week.  The position is responsible for developing a thorough understanding of the service delivery and reimbursement mechanisms for children’s behavioral health services within the state of Michigan, and specifically within Kalamazoo, for the purpose of determining gaps in access and intervention that compromise education achievement and success for Michigan’s children and youth.  This position will work closely with key stakeholders to develop and implement a strategy for modifying current state policy, resource allocations and practice that will improve education outcomes. The goal of this position is to improve the means by which children’s behavioral health services are accessed, delivered and reimbursed, focused on improved public education outcomes—attendance, behavior, academic performance and graduation.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with the Project Director and Project Implementation Team for the Michigan Health Endowment Fund School Based Mental Health Initiative for the purpose of receiving information “on the ground” of how access, service delivery and reimbursement currently works in Kalamazoo and to fully comprehend what barriers there are.Develop a comprehensive white paper on the need for easily accessible behavioral health services for school age children/youth in order to improve school achievement and graduation.
  • Develop a comprehensive analysis on the common and consistent barriers to accessing, receiving and paying for appropriate behavioral health services that effectively impact school success.
  • Effectively communicate with a wide range of key stakeholders on the behavioral health needs and service delivery and reimbursement barriers, including leaders and public officials in education, behavioral health, government, legislature, etc.
  • Develop a comprehensive white paper on the key, recommended components of an effective behavioral health delivery system, including reimbursement mechanisms and policies that have the specific purpose of improving educational success and graduation.
  • Develop a sound, sustainable advocacy strategy for the improvement of behavioral health services for school-age children/youth in Michigan.
  • Lead the implementation of the advocacy strategy.

Position Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree or equivalent in health or human service related area with knowledge/experience in public policy.
  • Exceptional communication skills—both verbal and written.
  • Advanced analytical skills and the demonstrated capacity to understand and represent the functioning of large institutions and/or systems of care, including reimbursement mechanisms and costing models

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

Send cover letter and resumé to Colleen Loc, cloc@ciskalamazoo.org. Interviews will begin in early November and continue until positions are filled.

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Executive Assistant —Full-Time

 Position Summary:

Full-time year-round position that is shared among members of the senior leadership team of CIS, working approximately half-time to support the Board of CIS and its Executive Director and the remaining time in support of the senior leadership team comprised of five senior directors in site services, development and business engagement, finance, hr and facilities, community engagement and student investment and quality and evaluation.  This position provides high-level, organizational support to the leadership of a complex organization and is responsible for maximizing productivity, continuity and capacity-building for the governance and leadership activities of the organization.  Develops and implements systems to assure organization and access to information.  Able to represent the Executive Director and other senior leaders in preliminary requests, able to solve basic problems and convey information to internal and external audiences, such as staff, Board members and community partners.

Working Conditions: 

Typical office working conditions, where there is no physical discomfort due to temperature, dust, noise, and the like. Some lifting required for obtaining, transporting, and storing office supplies and equipment, 15 pounds. The ability to work independently and perform word-processing, data input, compiling reports, generating correspondence, and the operation of other office equipment required. Requires driving between locations—school settings, agency settings, businesses; Michigan driver’s license and the availability of a vehicle required with the capacity to obtain automobile insurance and adequate coverage.  Must be able to work occasional evenings, weekends, and/or early mornings in order to cover work responsibilities. Must complete requirements for a criminal background check.  Must be able to regularly observe students and other staff, as well as the ability to hear questions and comments from a variety of stakeholders giving and seeking information.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provides comprehensive administrative and organizational support for the leadership of Communities in Schools of Kalamazoo, including the governing board, the Executive Director and up to five senior directors, with responsibility for developing, managing and storing systems of information, such as student records, board governance, legal documents, historical records of the organizations, correspondence, reports, etc.
  • Maximizes the productivity of the Executive Director and Senior Directors by handling routine communication and problem-solving, scheduling and internal/external coordination of activities. Able to sustain organizational routines in the absence of the leadership and work independently.
  • Supports all Board governance functions including Board meetings, Committee meetings and special events, providing scheduling, room and food arrangements, agendas and other advance information, meeting summaries, etc.
  • Coordinates the specialized needs for support with other staff, including assistance with special projects in marketing, accounts payable/receivable, events management, mailings, reporting, etc.
  • Develops and maintains an advanced understanding of how the organization works, including relevant history, procedures, work cultures and work styles. Makes recommendations for continuous improvements in supporting the management, communication, coordination and maintenance of information. Uses up-to-date technology (hardware and software) to maximize effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Able to maintain a very brisk work pace, managing multiple tasks and projects simultaneously with advanced capacity to work in an open environment with frequent interruptions.
  • Effectively utilizes standard office technology, both hardware and software including word processing, data bases, electronic mail and other software supporting presentations and publications.
  • Consistently demonstrates significantly above average communication abilities in listening, speaking, writing, understanding and transmitting complex information. Able to accurately and completely summarize, report, interpret and convey information from a variety of media, including meetings, telephone calls, written documents, etc.
  • Understands the sensitivity and need for confidentiality and discretion and consistently demonstrates the capacity to maintain privacy and mature judgment.
  • Exceptional interpersonal relationship skills and a strong customer service orientation, inspiring confidence in his/her capabilities, judgment and work ethic.
  • Consistently demonstrates the value of diversity in word, thought and deed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

Seasoned executive office professional with several years of progressively more responsible administrative support for individuals in leadership positions. Previous experience in a not-for-profit or service or education setting desirable, with brisk work pace and multiple, complex demands.  At least some college or the equivalent required; Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred.

  • Requires experience with Microsoft Windows or similar operating system, including use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Microsoft Publisher: knowledge of Microsoft Access highly desirable. Experience with other data base software and demonstrated capacity to use the software for data entry, data analysis and reporting.
  • Sound math skills and experience with office-based computation functions. Experience with databases and with the ability to produce tracking reports in an understandable manner—graphs, charts, analyses, etc.
  • Excellent communication skills required, including oral, written, and interpersonal skills to interact with leadership, public, co-workers, volunteers, clients, and others. Ability to independently develop routine reports and correspondence.
  • Mature judgment, integrity and reliability and the ability to manage shifting demands and priorities in a calm, effective manner. Ability to take initiative to complete tasks independently and/or to seek direction or clarification when needed.
  • Ability to read, comprehend, and transmit written or verbal detailed and complex instructions in order to plan and perform job responsibilities according to deadlines and other requirements.

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

Position will remain open until filled.  Please submit a letter of introduction and a current resumé to Colleen Loc (cloc@ciskalamazoo.org).  To help ensure your submission is received, please either email your materials as a PDF and/or do not include the word “resumé” in your email subject line.

 

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