YWCA Central Massachusetts Youth Services Assistant Coordinator in Worcester, Massachusetts
Youth Services Assistant Coordinator
YWCA Central Massachusetts - Worcester, MA
2 Year Degree
$18.50 - $18.50 Hourly
Nonprofit - Social Services
The Youth Services Assistant Coordinator is responsible for providing program support to the Girls Choice Program to ensure participants and mentors are receiving support and gain access to any resources that can help address their needs. You will co-facilitate and provide prevention activities, education, and training presentations to the community with a specific focus on prevention curriculum on child abuse, bullying, teen dating violence, and domestic violence. You will also establish a process of changing the attitudes and beliefs of the community with activities designed to actively promote healthy, non-violent relationships.
Schedule: 35 hours per week - must be available until 6:30pm Monday through Thursday and on Saturdays from 8am to 1pm.
Monitor and track student attendance and participation in the scheduled programming
Collect data, create spreadsheets and conduct pre/post surveys of all participants.
Provide crisis management services as needed.
Create and maintain individual files for intake and assessment.
Perform other duties as requested.
Develop and maintain appropriate and culturally diverse curriculum related to domestic violence for working with population of all ages
Plan and facilitate creative activities, programs, and interactions for youth and others that focus on gender stereotypes and differences, boundaries, socialization, and character development
Establish and maintain relationships with schools, community agencies, and faith-based organizations for collaboration purposes and for facilitation of community education in their realms
Trained on all required curriculum to facilitate programs
Provide empowerment advocacy and safety planning
Maintain documentation and report statistical measurements
Minimum of Associates Degree in Human Services, Counseling, Psychology or related field or equivalent education and experience.
Experience working with youth or young adults required.
Must be culturally sensitive and able to effectively communicate both orally and in writing with people of all demographics
Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred
Proficient computer skills
Excellent communication skills
Demonstrated ability to exercise good judgment
Ability and liking for public speaking
Ability to engage youth and professionals
Must have own vehicle