This announcement will remain open until position is filled
The Board of Directors for High Mountain Youth Project is accepting resumes for the position of Program Manager for their drop-in center. This is a volunteer position that will develop into a paid, part-time or full time position.
A starting date for filling this position has not been established and is negotiable.
A letter of interest and resume’ together with a list of current references should be mailed to HMYP, P.O. Box 2646, Ruidoso, NM. Or, an email submission with attachments may be forwarded to email@example.com.
Education and Experience Requirements:
- High School diploma
- A degree in education, social work, or psychology is preferred
- Experience working with adolescences
- Able to use computer software to include yet not limited to excel.
- Pass a criminal background Check
- At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
- Pass a non-communicable diseases physical exam.
- Hold a valid driver's license.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
- Ability to work with changing priorities, regulations and deadlines
- Knowledge of youth programs
- Knowledge of issues related to youth development
- Ability to analyze situations accurately and to recommend necessary action
- Effective staff and public relations skills
- Effective verbal and written communication skills
- Effective skills in planning and organization
- Ability to perform essential job functions and job task requirements
Reports To: Executive Director and in their absence the Board of Directors
Evaluation: Performance of this position will be evaluated at least once annually by the
Job Summary: The program manager is responsible for overseeing various program areas within the Evening Drop in Center. The incumbent provides quality customer service and ensures a safe, fun, and positive environment within the program.
- Support the philosophy of the High Mountain Youth Project
- Ensure all policies and procedures are fully implemented
- Maintain a positive relationship with staff, volunteers, and clients
- Attend HMYP Board meetings as requested
- Coordinate program activities of staff, volunteers, and clients
- Coordinate services and resources of the program
- Maintain accurate records related to services delivery and clients
- Maintain confidentiality
- Provide monthly report on services delivered and volunteer activities
- Conduct regular meetings with staff and volunteers to maximize program operations
- Ensure the program facilities are serviceable and meet requirements for health and safety
- Provide information and referral services as needed for clients
- Work within the constraints of program services ( no counseling)
- Exhibit an accepting and non-threatening attitude toward clients
- Appropriately manage behavior with positive behavior supports and interventions
- Work with clients from a strength-based perspective
- Participate in required training to include yet not limited to:
- Confidentiality of client information
- Adult and child abuse reporting requirements
- Blood-borne pathogens
- Food-borne pathogens
- De-escalation strategies
- Cultural compenticies
- Other duties as assigned or determined by the Board
Terms of Employment:
Compensation is $17.00 to $25.00 per hour depending on experience.
Able to determine work scheduled in consultation with supervisor.