Neighborhood Center Coordinator

Refugee and Immigrant Center-Asian Association of Utah (RIC-AAU)
Neighborhood Center Coordinator
The Neighbor Center’s Coordinator is responsible for the overall oversight of Neighborhood Center activities, coordination of partners and supportive programing. Further RIC-AAU’s mission to improve the quality of life for refugees and immigrant families by ensuring appropriate and needed services are available. Additionally responsible to lead process for new Neighborhood Centers. Must have Bachelor’s Degree and three years’ work experience in business management or social services.

Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the daily operations, scheduling, and facilities at Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center and future center sites.
  • Complete a community needs assessment, getting input from students, parents, school staff and community members regarding needed programs and services.
  • Develop, maintain and nurture relationships with the partners and the community to operationalize the partnerships.
  • Develop a Neighborhood Center Action Plan for identifying, recruiting and coordinating extended services at the Center. Plan must address the six domains of support (Youth Development, Health, Mental Health, Family Support, Education and Community Engagement) and be guided by the needs assessment and resources survey.
  • Ensure hours of operation in Neighborhood Center to fulfill the basic needs of community members: extended hours, extended relationships, and extended services.
  • Represents RIC-AAU in community meetings and events (United Way, Refugee Providers Meeting, etc.).
  • Assist in collecting, evaluating, and reporting on outcomes data of community center strategies and programs.
  • Represent the initiative publicly, reporting on program success and outcomes.
  • Coordinate and manage all supportive activities including transportation, chaperones and/or volunteers for activities as needed.
  • Prepare monthly newsletter, coordinate calendar for Center events, and prepare other materials to be distributed such as flyers to announce events.
  • Explore opportunities for additional neighborhood centers in areas with high refugee populations. Research possible locations and partnerships for new neighborhood centers, and develop a strategy.
  • Pay: DOE
  • Location: 155 South 300 West, Salt Lake City
  • Status: Open and accepting resumes until filled
  • How to Apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to Lina Smith, linas@aau-slc.org
  • Website: aau-slc.org

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