Brandon House Performing Cultural & Performing Arts Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization located in Little Rock, Arkansas. Brandon House’s mission is transforming lives through creative and performing arts! Programs are designed to promote the development of artistic skills and talents of underserved youth and young adults and to transform these skills into a creative economy. Brandon House is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, ethnicity, and disability.
Brandon House is accepting applications for the position of Youth Program Coordinator for the DreamStarters Program at BH’s 3802 West 12th Street location. The Coordinator will have primary responsibility for coordinating and implementing a variety of positive youth development programming that offers social, academic, career exploration, recreational, and creative arts activities to youth 6 to 12 years of age during times the youth are out of school.
Seeking a highly qualified, motivated, and experienced individual to coordinate and supervise the DreamStarters Program to target and serve 30 youths.
The Coordinator must have 3 to 5 years of experience promoting evidence-based and promising practices that include a broad array of youth development activities inclusive of tutoring; academic educational instruction in math, literacy, reading, science/STEAM; arts/crafts; music; dance; nutrition/health education; life skills development; social & emotional wellbeing; recreation/physical education; career awareness; parent engagement; and youth entrepreneurship education.
Have responsibility for maintaining out-of-school time DHS licensing requirements (conducting fire drills, maintaining student/teacher ratios).
Will oversee the scheduling and coordination of program activities including the development of calendars, lesson plans, assessments, and evaluation of the youth; and must have experience and skills supervising a team of facilitators mentors, and volunteers.
The successful Coordinator must have excellent facilitation and communication skills to facilitate, lead and supervise small and large group activities with youth and must be familiar with implementing case management and individual action plans for students enrolled in the program.
The Coordinator must have personal qualities of integrity and credibility, and a commitment to and passion for Brandon House’s mission of transforming lives through creative and performing arts! Must be BH-compatible with a commitment to being flexible, adaptable, and versatile (FAV) having the ability to be a team player and be a servant-leader to work flexible hours during the evening and/or during weekend programming as well as full days during the summer.
Bachelor of Arts in Teaching or Education desired but will consider years of experience in a community-based or classroom setting. The position is full-time and the salary is $35,000 based on grant funds.
To apply: Before the COB Friday, June 28, 2023, submit to firstname.lastname@example.org an electronic resume or Vitae, a cover letter that includes the following: a statement of why you are interested in working at Brandon House, a description of your experiences in working with underrepresented and underserved youth, description of ways you can promote positive youth engagement activities and your experiences in serving in a coordinator’s role. Upload to the email@example.com email 2 letters of recommendation, an unofficial copy of your college transcript [if applicable], and a sampling of work demonstrating skills and experience in positive youth development programming (i.e., classroom/teaching portfolio).
Brandon House is accepting applications for the position of Program Coordinator with a closing date of December 30, 2022. The Coordinator will have primary responsibility for coordinating and implementing a variety of positive youth development programming that broadens creative abilities, support positive youth development, and promote cultural awareness of disconnected and opportunity youth by engaging youth in Brandon House’s Creative Education, Creative Career & Workforce Development, and Performing Arts Programs.
To apply: Before the COB Friday, December 30, 2022, email firstname.lastname@example.org an electronic resume or Vitae, a cover letter that includes the following: statement of why you are interested in working at Brandon House, description of your experiences in working with disconnected youth, promoting positive youth engagement activities and your experiences in serving in a coordinator’s role. Upload to the email@example.com email 2 letters of
recommendations, an unofficial copy of your transcript, and a press kit, media portfolio, and/or proof of production credits. If applicant meets qualifications, interviews will set up immediately for possible hiring date of January 16, 2023.