Current Job Openings at SCYC:
Lead and manage a youth empowerment organization. Duties include:
Full Job Description
- Supervise program staff. Provide professional development and empowerment opportunities. Keep employees informed of relevant information.
- Evaluate programmatic and organizational performance. Enact continuous quality improvement processes. Build organizational capacity.
- Research, implement and update pending liability issues, insurance policies and other standard operating procedures associated with organizational integrity. Update the policy handbook as needed.
- Implement policy changes from the Board.
- Oversee program delivery. Ensure fidelity to evidence-based programs and overall program quality in general.
- Manage grant deliverables, collect data from program staff and write reports as requested by grantors.
- Act as an organizational representative and liaison to outside organizations. Build positive community relationships.
- Include a youth voice in organizational decisions when appropriate.
- Keep abreast of current literature on youth development.
- Write grants. Maintain positive relationships with granting organizations.
- Fundraise. Write request letters. Make donor asks.
- Prepare annual budget with help of Treasurer of Board and the Financial Assistant. Perform budget revisions as needed.
- With the assistance of Onward!, the Financial Assistant and the Treasurer of Board, monitor program budgets, payroll, monthly financial reports, invoices and receipts, and petty cash & credit card ledgers for accuracy and completeness.
- Use SCYC credit card or petty cash to purchase program supplies. Record expenses as directed by SCYC policies. Return receipts in a complete and timely manner. Maintain organizational and personal integrity surrounding money use.
Board of Directors
- Keep the Board of Directors informed of any emerging issues. Recommend policy changesas needed. Communicate with Board President on a regular basis for oversight and partnership.
- Update strategic plan. Create action plan to pursue strategic goals.
- Assist Board in fundraising events as needed.
- Other duties as assigned by the Board.
Persistent Drunk Driving Grant Duties
- Lead research such as focus group discussions, key informant interviews or survey questions.
- Report processes to SUCAP and in the My CBT database. Collaborate with partners to achieve quality research results.
- Keep abreast of the most up to date and evidence-based DUI prevention practices, especially those involving environmental change and policy.
- Bachelor’s Degree (preferred)
- Two years experience in health/human service, nonprofit or related field
- Grant writing and fundraising (government and private)
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills (outgoing and enthusiastic)
- Computer Skills – Word, Internet, Email, Excel, Social Media required; Publisher, PowerPoint, website design/editing will be a plus.
- Highly organized and able to multi-task
- Experience with staff & volunteer supervision/delegation
- Budget preparation and management
- Project planning and supervision
- Able to work independently
- Strong facilitation skills
- Commitment to building strong young people in the community
- Openness to working with youth on programming and in the organization
32 hours a week – $21 to $23 per hour DOE. Flexible schedule, Sick and Vacation time earned, SIMPLE IRA. Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, vehicle insurance, and be able to pass a background check. Please send a resume and three references in one PDF file to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.