Parker County Center of Hope is accepting applications for a Development Coordinator.
To apply for this position, first read the job description and qualifications below. Then, submit your resume (PDF or Word format) to email@example.com.
Job Title: Development Coordinator
Reports to: Director of Operations
Hours: 25 hours per week
Starting pay: $15.00 hr.
Job Summary: The Development Coordinator will be responsible for development classes. Instructional delivery, planning, facilitating, and developing new classes are key focuses of the job. This individual will be actively involved in a church.
Duties and responsibilities:
- Facilitate and/or provide instruction for Development classes.
- Develop and write curriculum for new classes.
- Assist in recruiting, training, and supervising volunteers to help provide instruction for Development classes.
- Maintain all class registration, attendance, and performance records; submit to the Director of Operations in a timely manner.
- Complete statistical data and reports, to include data input on ETO, as required by the Director of Operations to monitor and evaluate program activities and participant outcomes.
- Maintain a database of Jobs for Life graduates.
- Provide direction and andragogic information for Development volunteers.
- Attend Center of Hope staff and Operations’ team meetings.
- Work collaboratively with the Education Coordinator and CareersNow Coordinator.
- Participate in individual and group training activities as requested and appropriate through Center of Hope.
- Participate in continuing education opportunities to further professional development.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Education – required
- Teaching Certification – preferred
- Counseling Certification – preferred
- Experience working with individuals with drug/alcohol abuse issues
- Experience working with individuals with MHMR issues
- S. citizenship or permanent residency
- Strong communication skills
- Strong knowledge of Adult Education principles
- Experience teaching adults and developing classes for adult learners
- Ability to develop classes and write curriculum for COH classes
- Interest in Community Service
- Ability to teach adult students with diverse socio-economic, ethnic, and educational backgrounds.
- Ability to direct people as they work on projects together to accomplish meaningful goals.
- Ability to work independently and make appropriate decisions while supervising groups of volunteers and student participants.
- Proficient in computer literacy: Microsoft Word and Excel for reporting.