Family Engagement Director - MLK Center
- 14-Sep-2020 to 25-Sep-2020
- - Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- $50,000 to 60,000 annually
- Full Time
This is a limited duration 12-month grant funded position, dependent on renewal of grant funds.
The mission of MLK Center is to create a meaningful impact on the lives of those in the neighborhoods we serve, through quality, multi-generational programs that build community, invest in youth, empower families, advocate for our neighbors and provide a peaceful space to connect. We are seeking a team leader to coordinate activities and outcomes across our two-generation, trauma informed programming for youth, families, and community.
This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position contingent upon renewal of grant funds. The position reports to the Executive Director. This position will lead a team of 8-10 employees plus interns. Responsibilities include:
The Family Engagement Director will ensure MLK Center activities for youth, families and community are efficiently and effectively operating within our two-generation, trauma informed care approach. This also means that all programs and staff are representing the nonviolence principles of Dr King and our mission. Our programs and partners engage neighborhood youth from ages 0-25 and their families, cutting across issues of equity, literacy, violence, employment, housing, trauma, transportation, counseling, parenting, finances and much more. Daily, this position plans, implements, trouble shoots and evaluates. The Family Engagement Director will be innovative, organized and detail oriented with a servant leadership mindset.
Team activities within this scope include afterschool literacy, youth development, family success plans, co-active coaching, financial coaching, parenting support groups, rental assistance and other basic needs, mental health counseling, transportation, community building, street outreach and nonviolence training.
Data Management and Reporting:
The Family Engagement Director will oversee all data entry processes to report on program outcomes. We use Efforts to Outcomes and Cayen. This looks like operationalizing the program logic models to ensure the organization is meeting expected benchmarks and long-term outcomes. We seek to make a tangible difference through our work with and alongside families. Daily activities might include meeting with external evaluators or grant writing consultants, coordinating focus groups, and analyzing ETO reports with staff. These data will be used for fund development, grant reporting, storytelling, and performance reviews.
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