Job Description: 

This position requires excellent case management, program support and documentation for Community Mentoring matches as assigned. The ideal candidate must execute sound and independent judgment in compliance with BBBSC standards and practices. The ideal candidate must demonstrate a high-level of awareness/expertise and independent judgment when interviewing and assessing volunteers and children in the areas of child safety, matching, match support and documentation. Must be highly organized, provide excellent professional customer service, consistently meet quality metrics, outcomes and goals as established by the agency.

Areas of Responsibility

Essential Duties/Responsibilities: • Provides professional and timely match support essential to one-to-one mentoring. • Assesses and identifies factors contributing to successful match and/or barriers or challenges to a successful match defined as longer, stronger and impactful. • Ensures awareness of child safety and risk management, policies and procedures throughout all aspects of job function. • Identifies potential child safety issues for volunteers, children and their families. • Provides community resources and referrals to all served families expressing need, when possible. • Maintains written and statistical documentation in a professional and timely manner. • Responsible for distributing and collecting surveys and program evaluations for assigned matches. • Interviews children and volunteers as assigned, completes assessments, and enrollment process. • Conducts reassessments/updates as assigned, Inquiry through matching. • Processes volunteer and child applicants from inquiry/assignment through matching. • Works a minimum of 2 evenings per week and an occasional Saturday • Attends events and activities as assigned. • Performs duties in compliance with National standards and BBBSC policies, procedures and practices.

Requirements/Qualifications
  • Experience working with diverse communities and organizations that support BBBSC stakeholders and to develop and maintain relationships with those communities and organizations. • Excellent oral and written communicator.
Compensation/Benefits

Salary Grade: $36,000

How To Apply

Please submit cover letter and resume to hr@biglittlecolorado.org Position will remain open until filled. Hiring date to be determined based on current limitations due to COVID-19. Resumes without a cover letter will not be considered.

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