Prevention Facilitator - Pathways (PT)
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Wichita, KS 67208
Want to make a difference in a child’s life? Passionate about empowering at-risk youth? Become a Prevention Facilitator and lead school aged youth by implementing our evidence-based curriculum.
The Prevention Program Facilitator is responsible for the direct provision of services to program participants. This includes collaborating with schools, community sites and other Sedgwick County agencies. The Prevention programs target at-risk populations, using evidence-based models. The Facilitator will be cross-trained and may be assigned to work in any of the different Prevention programs as needed. The Facilitator is also responsible for ensuring pre- and post-testing, collection of other data, helping to secure financial support for program activities, as well as development and submission of reports to supervisor. The position requires attendance at meetings at each school/community site, providing community service opportunities for youth, and attending community meetings as requested.
1 Part time position – 12 hours per week for 42 weeks
this position is off during the following USD 259 district break: Spring, Winter, Summer breaks
•Attends trainings and becomes certified if necessary to implement curriculum
•Ensures 60% of the hours worked each week are for or in preparation of direct services
•Designs extracurricular/community service activities for the participants to participate in throughout the year
•Facilitates groups and works with other providers and the parents/family as appropriate
•Administers pre- and post-testing collects surveys from the school and families in timely manner
•Develops documentation and submits progress activities and statistics necessary to show adherence to grant requirements
•Facilitates program activities and communicates program reports to supervisor regularly
•Solicits referral of children to the program from schools, DCF, JIAC, COMCARE, services agencies and families
•Provides group facilitation in other Prevention programs when needed
•Files and organizes documents for data entry
•2 years of post-high school education, preferably in Social Services, or equivalent combination of education and experience
•Requires excellent communicate (oral and written), interpersonal, and presentation skills
•Must demonstrate ability to maintain rapport with staff, project stakeholders/participants and parents
•Intermediate computer skills to input document is needed
•Must have experience working with diverse populations and at-risk children
•Required skills include: cultural competency, knowledge of child/family dynamics, program planning including strong organizational skills
•Valid KS driver’s license and access to personal vehicle required
EEO Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Veteran, Disabled.