• Summer Program Coordinator

    Job Locations US-AZ-Tucson
    Job ID
    2018-1521
    Category
    Management
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Field
    Mental and Behavior Health
  • Overview

     The Summer Program Coordinator assists with developing, implementing, and reporting on the Summer Day program and groups.

    Responsibilities

    • Supports agency’s mission, goals and management decisions, and establishes team mission and goals.
    • Develops and maintains systems and protocols for members to receive services they are eligible for
    • Coordinates recruitment efforts, tracks recruitment, and develops strategies to increase response in targeted populations, utilizing Intermountain Centers’ Marketing department.
    • Works with the assigned director or manager in coordinating the daily activities of the Summer Day program for the Health Home.
    • Collects and tabulates special programs data.
    • Identifies resource development needs and participates in quality improvement efforts to maintain current, and create additional, behavioral health special programs.
    • Participates in problem solving with community stakeholders.
    • Provides leadership and supervision for assigned summer program staff.
    • Manages employee and team performance; provides new employee orientation; coaches, counsels and motivates staff.
    • Creates an ethical, non-discriminatory and safe work environment for program staff; establishes effective communication methods; manages conflict, and responds to staff concerns.
    • Implements disciplinary action as needed in consultation with Director of Operations.
    • Provides direct services within programs and/or serves as a member of the staffing model for the project.
    • Maintains an approved schedule, and acceptable level of attendance.

    Qualifications

    • Education/Experience –
    • High School diploma/GED required; Bachelor’s degree preferred
    • One year of experience working with children required
    • Regulatory
    • 21 years of age
    • Current, valid Arizona Driver’s License and 39 month Motor Vehicle Report to meet insurance requirements.
    • Eligible for DPS Level I fingerprint clearance.
    • First Aide, CPR certification (Employer provides).
    • CPI certification (must pass – Employer provides).
    • Negative TB test result and physical examination on a prescribed form. (Employer provides)

     

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    • Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of Tucson area resources, including the business and nonprofit community, and cultural and social attractions required.

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