Teen Program CoordinatorAt Jewish Family and Children's Services

Posted Oct 7, 2019 Job Length Year Round

Description

Do you love working with teens? Or do you know someone who loves working with teens?

Jewish Family and Children’s Services is looking for a vibrant and creative program coordinator to work in YouthFirst, our teen department, in our San Francisco office. We would love to harness your innovation, energy and commitment to cultivating Jewish leaders. YouthFirst helps teens develop the necessary life skills to move into young adulthood smoothly, successfully, and responsibly through a Jewish values-based lens. Our innovative programs include Jewish service learning, leadership skills development, and internship opportunities coupled with career exploration.

Our Program Coordinator must have a high level of energy, and demonstrated success running Jewish teen programming. Our ideal candidate will have experience in service learning and career exploration.

Requirements

Required background: • minimum 2 years working with teens in a Jewish formal or informal educational or volunteer setting • Knowledge of positive youth development programming and principles • Excellent networking and outreach skills, including ability to clearly present program goals and work collaboratively with diverse staff • Experience facilitating large groups • Knowledge of Jewish traditions, holidays, and customs; knowledge of Jewish organizations in the area

How to Apply

Please refer to the JFCS website for a fuller description of the position. To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter explaining why you’d like to join the YouthFirst team at JFCS and how your background makes you an outstanding candidate to lindak@jfcs.org with “YouthFirst Coordinator – San Francisco” in your subject line. This is a full-time benefited salaried position.

Contact Information

Camp Name

Jewish Family and Children's Services

Job Title

Teen Program Coordinator

Camp Address

2245 Post St,, San Francisco, California, 94115, United States