YPC_Position_Announcement_2019_01_09 (PDF for easy printing or downloading)
Short version for newsletters: Pacific Yearly Meeting is accepting applications to fill the full-time position of Youth Programs Coordinator. The role of the Youth Programs Coordinator is to enhance the spiritual development and nurture of youth (‘youth’ being defined as children, teens, and young adults) and intergenerational community within the Yearly Meeting. The full position announcement, job description, and application process are posted on the PYM website, pacificyearlymeeting.org. The position will remain open until filled, however priority will be given to applications received by February 15, 2019.
YOUTH PROGRAMS COORDINATOR – Position Announcement
Pacific Yearly Meeting
January 9, 2019
Pacific Yearly Meeting seeks a full-time Youth Programs Coordinator, beginning in June 2019 (or earlier). The role of the Youth Programs Coordinator is to enhance the spiritual development and nurture of youth (‘youth’ being defined as children, teens, and young adults) and intergenerational community within the Yearly Meeting.
The Youth Programs Coordinator supports and coordinates activities that build the capacity of youth and adults to run their own programs and serves as a resource for Meetings (local/Monthly, worship groups, Quarterly, Yearly) and related Quaker organizations within PYM. In working with individuals, groups, and committees of all ages, the Coordinator and the Youth Programs Coordinating Committee (YPCC) will often act as a catalyst for new programs and activities. The work of the Youth Programs Coordinator (YPC) includes supporting young Friends and involving them in the life of the Meeting: helping them to stay connected between sessions and helping Meetings that have children, teenagers, and young adults meet these Friends’ needs.
Applicants for this position should be members of the Religious Society of Friends with a demonstrated spiritual life, including a deep grounding and experience of Quaker beliefs, practices and discernment processes. Applicants should have successful experience teaching/learning with teenagers and with curriculum development. They should possess excellent communication and interpersonal relationship skills and be able to utilize contemporary forms of technology. They should be organized and self-motivated.
This is a full-time, year-round position with an initial salary ranging from $47,000 to $54,000 per year, based on applicant experience. The position will also include salary supplements to offset the cost of health and dental insurance premiums; contributions to a retirement plan; Social Security, Medicare, and Unemployment Insurance; Worker Compensation; and paid time off.
A full job description is posted on the Pacific Yearly Meeting website: pacificyearlymeeting.org/job-descriptions/
HOW TO APPLY: Individuals interested in applying for this position should send a cover letter that describes how you would approach the position (max two pages) and a resume with the names and contact information for three references. Application materials should be sent via e-mail attachment to Barbara Babin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; to be certain of being considered for the position, applications should be received by February 15, 2019.
Persons of color and LGBTQ individuals are encouraged to apply.
Posted by Barbara Babin and the YPCC, 1/9/19