Intergenerational Education Coordinator
San Diego (United States of America)
The Intergenerational Education Coordinator will lead and facilitate a number of educational, wellness, and intergenerational groups, workshops, events, and after school programs and provide one on one case management. This position will take a lead role in outreach and recruitment with an emphasis on building strong relationships with schools and community partners.
- Handle caseload of youth and adult clients;
- Conduct pre-enrollment assessments, provide regular follow-ups and document verification, and distribute stabilization supports according to grant requirements;
- Lead facilitation of intergenerational youth – parent engagement workshops;
- Lead Peacemakers and Girls Academy after school programs;
- Lead intergenerational youth – family recreational activities in San Diego’s East County;
- Co-facilitate intergenerational wellness groups;
- Work closely with IRC employment specialists, caseworkers, and financial education staff members to integrate education activities within existing services;
- Assure that all project deliverables, outcomes and reporting meet external standards by funders, as well as internal IRC standards of professional project management, technical competence and organizational policy;
- Recruit, train and place volunteers to support all activities;
- Train, coordinate, and monitor learning objectives for interns;
- Maintain strong relationships with schools and community partners, and ensure proper referral of clients to other IRC or external programs based on their needs;
- Support the management of the Efforts to Outcome (ETO) case management database, including uploading client data and managing the monthly entry of education data, including tracking and reporting client attendance;
- Stay current on best practices, pedagogical approaches, and strategies to engage learners;
- Participate in all program meetings, staff development activities and fully engage as a member of the team;
- Follow all policies, procedures and protocols of the agency;
- Other related duties as assigned, including providing occasional support to the Resettlement departments, driving students/clients for field trips, or urgent translation needs.
- Undergraduate degree in the educational/social services field strongly preferred; Master’s degrees a plus;
- Prefer two+ years of experience working in youth development or in an educational setting;
- Case management experience strongly preferred;
·Experience working in a diverse, and non-traditional setting with diverse client base;
·Experience in a non-profit setting and/or international setting a plus;
- Experience with online learning platforms including Zoom, and Google Classroom and Drive a plus;
·Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to make presentations and lead groups;
- Ability to think and work independently;
- Must be very flexible, capable of working under pressure with deadlines and handling multiple priorities;
- Comfortable working in a fast-paced, multicultural environment;
- Strong digital literacy skills, particularly in MS Office applications and experience with databases;
- Proficiency in written and verbal skills in Somali, Swahili, Arabic, and/or Farsi a plus.
- Must be a local resident of San Diego;
- Work schedule will be a hybrid model with flexibility dependent on client meetings, workshops and after-school programming;
·Regular travel to off-site locations is required; valid Driver’s License, active and sufficient insurance and reliable transportation required;
·Office hours are scheduled as Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm with some evenings and weekends as needed for special programming such as field trips;
·Professional IRC office environment.
Benefits: We offer our employees phenomenal benefits such as paid parental leave, generous time off, and excellent medical, dental, and vision options.
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We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.
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