Working at CIS is not just a job. You’ll be helping to fulfill the vision of an engaged community where every child fulfills his or her promise. If you are passionate about student success, join the CIS team today!
Youth Development Coach – Part Time (Elementary or Middle School)
Must be able to work one of the following schedules and, when given advance notice, occasional Fridays
|Monday||2:30 – 6:30||Monday||3:00 – 6:30|
|Tuesday||2:30 – 6:30||Tuesday||3:00 – 6:30|
|Wednesday||2:30 – 6:30||Wednesday||3:00 – 6:30|
|Thursday||2:30 – 6:30||Thursday||3:00 – 6:30|
Base Pay: $12.00 per hour
Are you…Accepting and Non-Judgmental, Coachable and Reflective, Collaborative, Consistent and Reliable, A Continuous Learner, Customer Focused, Detail Oriented, Flexible, Open to New Things, Planned and Organized and Self-Directed?
Do you have…A high school diploma or equivalent, demonstrated experience working in youth development program(s), excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills and an appreciation and embracement of diversity and inclusivity?
Communities In Schools is looking for individuals to serve as positive role models for youth, support the career and college-going culture, and assist youth in attaining and excelling in the areas of academics, life skills and career preparation in our virtual after school programming.
A Youth Development Coach is responsible for developing and facilitating academic and enrichment programming for students. They work closely with other Youth Development Coaches and the After School Coordinator to ensure that the program runs smoothly and is delivered in an effective manner.
If you are all in for kids and would like to be considered to show us these attributes and more, please submit your cover letter and resume to Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org. To help ensure your submission is received, please this position title in your subject line.
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.