ANNOUNCEMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE NON-EXEMPT POSITION OPENING
(Contract)

POSITION:   Coordinator of Community Service Learning – Children’s Programs
POSITION CODE:   3751
DEPARTMENT:   Community Service Learning
APPOINTMENT:   Administrative, full-time, 12 months
SALARY RANGE:   $15.75 per hour plus food stipend
POSITION AVAILABLE:   July 1, 2017
POSTING DATE:   April 24, 2017
APPLICATION DEADLINE:   Open until filled

Under the supervision and guidance of the Office of Community Service Learning the Coordinator of Children’s Programs will report to the Director and Associate Director of Community Service Learning (CSL) in all matters related to children’s programming. The Coordinator will supervise, advise, and coordinate mentoring, tutoring and youth service-related projects for the University. The Coordinator will also assist in supervision of the community service activity course (CSAC 300a and CSAC 300b) and possibly teach, or assist in teaching, a special topics course (CSAC 360). *This position requires flexible working hours, which will include, some working evenings and weekends. Position will receive taxable food stipend.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
Supervise the College High School Alliance Mentoring Program (CHAMPS)

  • Supervise student staff and volunteers in organizing, planning, fundraising, and maintaining the program.
  • Advise weekly meetings, organize background checks, the mentor selection process, and weekly activities of CHAMPS.
  • Coordinate and host weekly CHAMPS programs and events on campus.
  • Continue to develop the operations and guidelines handbook.
  • Train and evaluate all CHAMPS mentors and program aspects.
  • Assist in development and expansion of University related CHAMPS program both on- and off-campus.
  • Incorporate campus support, participation, and evaluation for the program.
  • Assist students in building a quality program focused on introducing children to college and various opportunities beyond high school.


Supervise Big Buddies (Little and Middle) Mentoring Programs, Mondays 6-9pm 

  • Supervise student staff and volunteers in organizing, planning, fundraising, and maintaining the program.
  • Advise weekly meetings, organize background checks, the mentor selection process, and weekly activities of Big Buddies.
  • Continue to develop the operations and guidelines handbook.
  • Coordinate and host the weekly Big Buddies program on campus.
  • Train and evaluate all Big Buddies mentors and program aspects.
  • Incorporate campus support, participation, and evaluation for the program.
  • Work closely with faculty advisor to the program to be certain Big Buddies meets its objectives of supporting and nurturing the development of elementary and middle school children.


Assist the Associate Director in supervising the Jasper’s Corner Homework Club

  • Supervise student staff in organizing, planning, and maintaining the program.
  • Advise weekly meetings, organize background checks, and assist with the tutor selection and training process.
  • Continue to develop the operations and guidelines handbook.
  • Coordinate and host the weekly Jasper’s Corner program on campus. Assist the Associate Director in supporting off campus sites.
  • Train and evaluate all Jasper’s Corner tutors and program aspects.
  • Incorporate campus support, participation, and evaluation for the program.
  • Work with Student Directors to manage wait list and program expansion both on and off campus.


Advise University Humor Outreach Program (UHOP), program time varies

  • Supervise student staff and volunteers in organizing, planning, fundraising, and maintaining the program.
  • Advise weekly meetings, organize background checks, the volunteer selection process, and weekly activities of UHOP.
  • Assist in coordinating weekly UHOP programs and events on campus.
  • Continue to develop the operations and guidelines handbook.
  • Train and evaluate all UHOP mentors and program aspects.
  • Assist in development and expansion of University related UHOP program both on- and off-campus.
  • Incorporate campus support, participation and evaluation for the program.
  • Assist students in building a quality program focused on introducing children to improve humor.


Advise Roots and Shoots, program time varies

  • Supervise student staff and volunteers in organizing, planning, fundraising, and maintaining the program.
  • Advise weekly meetings, organize background checks, the volunteer selection process, and weekly activities of Roots and Shoots.
  • Assist in coordinating weekly Roots and Shoots programs and events on campus.
  • Continue to develop the operations and guidelines handbook.
  • Train and evaluate all Roots and Shoots mentors and program aspects.
  • Assist in development and expansion of University related Roots and Shoots program both on- and off-campus.
  • Incorporate campus support, participation and evaluation for the program.
  • Assist students in building a quality program focused on introducing children to improve environmental awareness.


ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Participate in training, programming, and planning of service activities throughout the tenure of the Coordinator’s position.
  • Teach (when appropriate) in accordance with assigned load during the academic year or May Term CSAC 360 class.
  • Build curriculum, schedule, syllabus, manage reflections, and issue grades.
  • Assist the Associate Director in the development, advertisement, and execution of the Spring Break Service Plunge.
  • Work with non-profit agencies on service needs and set-up.
  • Work to promote and advertise the event to the student body for full participation.
  • Assist with transportation logistics of this program.
  • Monitor and support compliance with all applicable laws, policies, rules, and regulations. Know, recognize, and comply with the laws, policies, rules, and regulations governing the University.
  • Obtain a Class B license to drive passenger vans for student outreach projects and service learning classes.
  • Other duties as assigned – related to the Office of Community Service Learning, including working with Volunteer Outreach and the Community Gardening programs.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:   Position requires BS or BA in Education or related field. A minimum of two (2) years of experience working with or managing children’s programs or college student programming is required. Must possess a valid Class C driver’s license and must provide a current DMV printout with a good driving record at time of hire. Class B driver’s license preferred. Must be able to competently interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty and staff. In compliance with The Americans with Disability Act if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed please call 909/748-8040.

TO APPLY:   Submit a University of Redlands Administrator application form: http://myredlandsapps.redlands.edu/HRAdministratorEmployment/

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 909/748-8040 OR VISIT
http://www.redlands.edu/human-resources/employment/
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