Out of School Youth Programs Coordinator – Seven Days Jobs

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The Out-of-School Youth Programs Coordinator with the Vermont Migrant Education Program provides leadership for the development, coordination, and implementation of appropriate supplemental education and support services that meet the needs of youth out-of-school migrants (OSY) in collaboration with alternative education agencies and other available regional communities. Resources. The Coordinator serves as the primary liaison between the Migrant OSY, Migrant Program staff, adult education agencies, other applicable community agencies, and agricultural employers to support and coordinate academic and support services for the OSY throughout the state and will oversee and coordinate the work of English language teaching and other education staff and community volunteers. This position is part of the MEP leadership team, working alongside other program coordinators to ensure grant deliverables are met.

A bachelor’s degree in education, agriculture, or a related field and 4 years of related experience, or an equivalent combination, is required, along with the ability to travel extensively within Vermont. The candidate must be fluent in Spanish/English and demonstrate cultural humility as well as the ability to effectively and independently plan, organize and coordinate access to educational services. Strong interpersonal and communication skills required with experience and ability to work with diverse audiences. Computer/multimedia skills required. Willingness to travel and work a flexible schedule, which will sometimes include evenings and weekends.

The location of the position is flexible and will be located in one of Extension’s field offices (Rutland, Barre, St Johnsbury, S Burlington).

The University is particularly interested in applicants who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the institution. Applicants are encouraged to include information in their cover letter on how they will pursue this goal.

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