Volunteer Coordinator Student Parent Support Jobs Vacancy in Regent Park Community Health Centre Toronto
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Volunteer Coordinator Student Parent Support Jobs Vacancy in Regent Park Community Health Centre Toronto Jobs Details:
PATHWAYS TO EDUCATION
Program Facilitator - Volunteer and Student Parent Support
Permanent Full time - 35 hours per week
Salary Range: $40,640 to $48,960 plus benefits
The Program Facilitator – Volunteer and Student Parent Support will be part of the Pathways team with responsibility for recruitment, training, support and retention of the volunteers needed to implement the Pathways to Education programs. The goal of the program is to provide opportunities for young people residing in Regent Park and Moss Park, who face barriers to education. The program aims to support youth to graduate from high school and realize improved access to career opportunities and post secondary education.
The Program Facilitator – Volunteer and Student Parent Support will also take on a reduced student case load in Student Parent Support in the Pathways Program. The SPS role provides ongoing support for the students on their caseloads; identifying strengths and challenges (including social/emotional challenges) with the goal of promote student success. Specific duties include:
Facilitate volunteer outreach, recruitment, orientation, placement, retention, engagement and exiting processes, working with members of Pathways team
Manage all volunteer hard and soft copy documentation including the volunteer database, attendance and police check tracking and follow up
Organize and manage volunteer communication through the utilization of multiple platforms
Facilitate volunteer training opportunities with the support of PF Academic Support and other team members
Visit program sites to assist the academic support and mentoring program facilitators as required, and provide supervision and support to volunteers in the programs.
Facilitate volunteer retention, engagement and recognition initiatives including appreciation events with the support of the PF – Academic Support and other team members
Work with coordinators and program facilitators to review and address concerns related to the work of volunteers in each program setting.
Ensure that the volunteer’s work is evaluated on a regular basis using the appropriate evaluation tools, working with the PF’s in Academic Support and Mentoring.
Support Pathways students to attend school regularly by monitoring attendance and communicating effectively with school staff, parents and program staff;
Liaise with school staff, parents, and others working directly or indirectly within the Secondary Schools as identified necessary by supervisor. This includes identifying needs, goals and interests of Pathways students to promote their academic success and linking participants to resources and supports.
Ensure Pathways students receive their financial supports ( TTC tickets) and distribution is tracked efficiently;
Ensure Pathways students attend and participate in their assigned Program activities;
Post Secondary Degree or Diploma in Education, Child and Youth Work, Social or Community Development Work or an equivalent combination of education and experience;
Experience in the volunteer sector recruiting and registering volunteers
Understanding of volunteer program requirements and risk management considerations
Experience motivating and acknowledging volunteers
Time management, organizational and problem solving abilities
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
Knowledge and ability to use database, excel and word processing programs
Direct experience and knowledge of supporting youth within and education, employment and or community services setting
Experience in working in partnership arrangements;
Proficiency with digital platforms, social media, websites ectronic records management and databases
Demonstrated knowledge of Ontario Secondary School curriculum,
Knowledge of approaches to providing support to a wide spectrum of youth needs;
Ability to work collaboratively within and across teams
Understanding of Anti-oppression principles
Ability to work effectively with people of various cultural, age and economic backgrounds
Knowledge of the Regent Park area and issues affecting families living within the Regent and Moss Park communities
Ability to work flexible hours built around evening office hours and visits to program sites