Requisition ID: 2020-2821
# of Openings: 8
Category (Portal Searching): Program Management & Support
Position Type: Benefited Full-Time
Job Classification: Non-Exempt
College: E Eccles Jones College of Education & Human Services
Department: Human Development & Family Studies
Advertised Salary: $47,500.00 for full time, plus excellent benefits (please note: wage is proportional to the percent of time worked)
As part of a 3-year federal grant, approximately 8 facilitators around the state will be responsible for implementing family life education programming targeted to at-risk youth. Depending on geographical service area(s), positions will either be 50%, 75% or 100% (full-time). Facilitators must have a strong desire to work with youth and promote healthy relationships. Curriculum-based courses will be taught in-person and virtually in partnership with alternative high-schools, behavioral health centers, correctional facilities, and other youth-serving organizations throughout the service area.
Excellent University benefits are included with an approximate value of 45% of your annual salary (see https://hr.usu.edu/benefits/). Continued employment is contingent upon on-going grant funding. Reliable transportation and heavy lifting are required to teach courses and transport supplies.
Anticipated geographical service:
1. Davis county
2. Salt Lake county
3. Utah county
4. Weber county
Facilitators will be responsible for all aspects of programming within one or more geographical areas for grant sponsored projects. A list of major responsibilities includes, but is not limited to:
Teach teen pregnancy prevention courses, online and in-person as permitted
Recruit and retain participants
Coordinate food, incentives, and other programmatic supports
Facilitate local evaluation and data collection
Maintain programmatic and financial records
Participate in regular trainings
Follow Domestic Violence Prevention, Human Subjects, and Performance Measurement protocols
Establish community partnerships and coordinate with county Extension faculty to support county relationship education initiatives
Adhere to terms and conditions of the grant proposal and sponsor guidelines
Bachelor's degree in family studies, social work, sociology, criminology, psychology or related field OR 3+ years of experience teaching family-life related programming
A strong desire to work with youth and promote healthy relationships
Ability to work well alone and as part of a team
Experience in planning and delivering family life education
Experience leading groups and/or teaching youth
Proficient with Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Power Point) and email
Flexible schedule and ability to teach courses during the day, evenings, and Saturdays
Reliable transportation to travel (mileage will be reimbursed by the grant)
Social skills to effectively interact and network with community members and agencies
Master's degree in family studies, social work, sociology, criminology, psychology or related field OR 5+ years of experience teaching family-life related programming
Experience collaborating and partnering with community-based, youth-serving organizations
Experience working professionally with youth
Proficient in Spanish
3+ years of professional experience teaching or leading groups
Have a Certified Family Life Education endorsement
Along with the online application, please attach:
Resume to be uploaded in the Candidate Profile under "Resume/CV"
Cover letter addressing each of the minimum and preferred qualifcations. Also indicate preferred time commitment (50%, 75%, or 100%) and geographical service area(s) from the list of anticipated service areas. To be uploaded under "Other Documents 1-10"
Contact information for 3 professional references
**Document size may not exceed 10 MB.**
To Apply: https://careers-usu.icims.com/jobs/2821/family-life-education-facilitator/job
$47,500.00 for full time, plus excellent benefits (please note: wage is proportional to the percent of time worked)
Employees typically work in an office environment and are protected from weather conditions or contaminants, but not necessarily occasional temperature changes. However, in certain instances employees may work outdoors and may not be protected from weather conditions. Employees nearly continuously sit and often use repetitive hand motions.
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