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Gerente de esfuerzos de conducción segura

Bajo la dirección del Gerente de Impacto Estratégico y el Director Ejecutivo, este puesto respalda la misión de la organización mediante la creación de alianzas comunitarias y la administración del trabajo de prevención de conducción deteriorada y distraída, como se define en la Oficina de Salud del Comportamiento (OBH) y el Departamento de Colorado de Ámbitos de asociación de transporte (CDOT).

 

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Coordinador de Compromiso Juvenil

Bajo la dirección del Gerente de Valley's Voice and Communities That Care, este puesto apoya la misión de la organización mediante el desarrollo de liderazgo juvenil y oportunidades de asesoramiento, y el desarrollo de eventos pro-sociales para la escuela intermedia a través de poblaciones de adultos jóvenes. Esta posición trabaja en estrecha colaboración con los jóvenes, asegurando un marco dirigido por jóvenes y apoyado por adultos en todas las iniciativas.

 

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Cuerpo juvenil de las Montañas Rocosas

Las solicitudes móviles en línea + las solicitudes para jóvenes se abren el 1 de marzo

 

¡RMYC está contratando jóvenes participantes para participar en trabajos de conservación (construcción y mantenimiento de senderos, cercado, mitigación invasiva) para sesiones de 2 semanas durante el verano! Programa de voluntariado disponible para jóvenes de 11 a 13 años, Posiciones pagas disponibles para jóvenes de 14 a 18 años. Más detalles en www.rockymountainyouthcorps.org   o CLawatsch@rockymountainyouthcorps.com

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Community Mobilizer

Position Summary


Under the direction of the Director of Community Engagement, this position supports the mission of the organization by building community partnerships, facilitating community-wide health and safety initiatives, engaging in advocacy, and engaging the youth voice.


The primary role of a Community Mobilizer is to rally a variety of constituents around environmental change in Eagle County. Environmental change for positive health outcomes is long-term, systemic shifts in norms, policies, and behaviors across the entire population of the county. This includes people who are already motivated for change and also those who may need information and education that substantiates the need for change. A Community Mobilizer will have the skills necessary to facilitate a wide range of conversations, while supporting systemic changes. Mountain Youth is invested in creating sustainable environmental changes that reduce youth access to and use of substances, promote positive health behaviors, address community norms and risk factors, enhance protective factors, elevate diverse community voices, and create equitable systems of support for youth and families.

Position Responsibilities

Community Outreach and Stakeholder Engagement
• Sustain communication to and from the community strategy teams and Mountain Youth team.
• Lead a variety of committees, strategy implementation teams, and stakeholder engagement and capacity building activities, in order to implement the overall action plan and environmental strategies.
• Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with individuals who serve on or are impacted by project strategies.
• Coordinate and/or attend community events that fulfill strategy objectives.
• Contribute information for newsletters, press releases, and items to be published in social media.

 

Project Leadership
• Collaborate regularly with the Director of Community Engagement.
• Support the development and implementation of strategies and oversee delivery of those strategies with all partners.
• Play a role in moving the community and partners through the action plans, strategic plans, and the Communities That Care (CTC) process.
• Support policy assessment and development opportunities as they relate to preventing youth access to and use of substances.
• Coordinate environmental change strategies that include policy assessment and development.

 

Project Administration
• Participate in monthly funder calls and CTC coaching calls and other community, regional, or statewide committees as appropriate.
• Use internal and funder required tracking systems to maintain a record of work completed. Support reporting processes, inform grant documents, and ensure completion of workplan activities.
• Assist with overall data collection and assessment activities. Ensure completion of program and event evaluations.
• Assist with financial management, budget development and tracking of expenses.
• Attend trainings, grantee meetings, and conferences as needed.
• Oversee contractors and hourly positions necessary for strategy implementation.

 

General Office
• Serve as a respected resource for collecting, understanding and sharing youth issues and opportunities.
• Ensure our partners and target audience are representative of our diverse community.
• Leverage opportunities to develop impactful partnerships.
• Ensure youth are recognized as valued partners in our work and in the community.
• Maintain positive staff and board relations.
• Participate in Mountain Youth team meetings.
• Perform general office duties and support with Mountain Youth projects as needed.
• Support in fundraising efforts and sustainability strategies to maintain the work of the overall organization.
• Support other programs and efforts as needed and as available.
• Participate in regular one-on-one and team check-in meetings to align different efforts and resources across the organization.
• Be a champion for youth and advocate for policies, practices, and efforts that support their overall healthy development.

Additional Qualifications:
Interest in and commitment to positive youth, family and community development, as well as overall community health and safety. Bilingual English/ Spanish language speaking and bicultural preferred. Experience in nonprofit organizations, community building, youth development, and health & safety strategies preferred, or equivalent combination of experience and training.
• Ability to thrive independently as part of a dynamic team in a growing organization
• High level of professionalism and strong written and verbal communication skills
• Innovative and creative; ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing needs, resources and requirements
• Strong public speaking skills and comfort in community settings with diverse partners and stakeholders
• Strong meeting facilitation skills, addressing diverse viewpoints and bringing groups to consensus
• Strong organization, attention to detail, and ability to prioritize
• Strong computer skills including Microsoft office programs and social media
• Willingness to commit to a flexible schedule, including occasional weeknight and weekend commitments as needed
• Willingness and ability to travel throughout the Eagle River Valley and occasionally regionally and statewide for meetings, programs, and events

 


Salary and Benefits:
This salaried position has flexibility to be offered as a .8 FTE (approximately 32 hours per week) or as a 1.0 FTE (approximately 40 hours per week), depending on the needs and preference of the candidate. Additional responsibilities in a 1.0 FTE capacity would include greater engagement with specific local subpopulations.


The salary range is $42,000-$46,000 (full time) or $33,500 to $37,000 (.8FTE), and will be commensurate with experience. A generous benefits package is available including paid time off, paid professional development, flexible and remote work scheduling opportunities, health and dental insurance, annual wellness stipend and more.

 


Cover letter and resume should be submitted to Sandy Schroeder at sschroeder@mountainyouth.org