Job Title Program Manager for Empowered Youth at AWC
Classification Staff | Part Time Non-Exempt
Reports to Executive Director of A Woman's Concern
Status 20-25 hours/week for 46 weeks/year
Empowered Youth, a subsidiary of A Woman's Concern is partnering with Penn's Youth Initiative (PYI) to engage young people through dynamic, interactive, relationship education to prevent teen pregnancies, STIs and youth engagement of risky behaviors.
The Program Manager will serve in a pivotal role helping to steward current relationships and create new opportunities to bring this powerful curriculum to schools and youth organizations across Lancaster County.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Work with Executive Director and Empowered Youth Team to gain access to local school curriculum.
• Coordinate and oversee all Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) programming in Lancaster County Schools.
• Serve as the primary point of contact with schools and community organizations.
• Provide supervision and accountability for professional standards of practice per grant mandates.
• Prepare lesson plans and deliver presentations using REAL Essentials (RE) in schools, youth organizations, or other agencies while ensuring fidelity.
• Assist at various educational venues.
• Honor the district teacher as the primary authority and foster a positive, professional presence with the community.
• Track and submit required statements and invoices per grant mandates.
• Collect and assemble data from surveys per grant mandates.
o Manage paid and volunteer team members for Empowered Youth, which includes training, correct placement, evaluation and updates.
o Actively seek opportunities to grow the number of volunteers and/or paid positions.
Committed to seeking and participating in training and educational opportunities to enhance and develop skill sets important for position.
- Passionately pro-life. Passionate commitment to youth and the optimal health model.
- Prior related experience preferred.
- High School diploma or equivalent (college degree preferred).
- Respects confidentiality and privacy per applicable laws and regulations.
- Demonstrates behaviors that align with AWC values.
- Complies with the policies and procedures of AWC.
- Excellent technology, oral and written communication skills.
- Excellent problem solving and organization skills.
- Dependable, stable and capable of following through on commitments.
- Excellent team oriented and relationship skills.
- Self-starter and ability to work independently and develop and execute plans with minimal supervision.
- Adept with current technology and able to learn new skills; Proficient in Word, Zoom, and Power Point and/or Prezi.
- Strong leadership qualities.
- Able to work without supervision yet function as part of a team.
- Must exhibit a high degree of respect for all students, regardless of age, religion, ethnicity, gender or socio-economic background.
- Excellent communication skills and a natural engagement with adolescents.
- The ability to prepare and teach lesson plans within a timely manner.
- Flexible schedule.
Upon hire, ability to secure Child Abuse Clearance, State Police Clearance and FBI Fingerprinting and Criminal Background Check. On an annual basis, participate in training for mandated reporting of child abuse.
Activities in performance of duties include sitting, standing, walking, climbing stairs, lifting up to 25lbs, kneeling, reaching, pushing, pulling, keystroking on a keyboard or similar device, talking, hearing and seeing.