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Teen Advisor - Henry
Summary
Title:Teen Advisor - Henry
ID:1135
Department:17-Henry Beacon
Description

 

REPORTS TO:  PROGRAM DIRECTOR

STATUS:  NON-EXEMPT

 

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

The Teen Advisor is responsible to provide programs that promote self-esteem and encourage the positive social and educational development of our members. This includes planning and implementation of programs for individuals, small groups and large groups with a special emphasis on teen members at Patrick Henry High School.

 

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):

  • Overseeing teen programming and assisting with on time graduation and preparing teens for post-secondary education through Teen Pathways program
  • Provide a range of program planning, implementation and evaluation with NYOI and SAYO
  • Facilitate grant funded programs including: Career Launch, Money Matters. Passport to Manhood and SMART programs
  • Maintain positive working relationships with administrative school staff, teachers and other area partners
  • Facilitate leadership group programs and plan special events
  • Assisting and implementing marketing strategies by developing and maintaining various elements essential for the growth and retention of members at the Club
  • Supervise the learning center and volunteers
  • Attend regular staff meetings and be responsible for extensive record keeping and program reports as requested
  • Ensure an environment that meets the organizational standards for the health and safety of members
  • Provide guidance and discipline as needed
  • Must be able to drive company owned vehicles
  • Assist other program areas as needed

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:

High school diploma or GED required, some college preferred must have some experience working with teens.

 

Also, must have experience in educational program planning, organizing special events, working in collaboration with other agencies and schools, tutoring youth, making parental contacts and maintaining statistical information. Candidates must also be computer literate and have demonstrated ability to troubleshoot computer problems as well as have excellent skills in applicable software. High energy level and a willingness to work outside normal business hours required.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:

This position offices at one of our school-based sites in Minneapolis. Must be able to climb stairs, lift at least 25 lbs., be able to stand and sit for long periods of time and be able to walk moderate distances. Occasional repetitive task required. This is a moderately stressful position that requires the candidate to be in excellent health
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