Are you interesting in a rewarding position that allows you to give back to the community? Do you enjoy the energy and excitement of working with youth? Are you looking for a job that will make a difference in the life of an adolescent? Then #JoinTheFunWithPRCS and become part of the Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services Youth team. We have an immediate opening for a Youth Development Coordinator. As a Youth Development Coordinator you will be responsible for managing various youth leadership and education programs, ensuring the quality and content of program design and implementation. Your ability to network will be utilized as you work with other organizations to develop, grow and maintain partnerships with community based youth serving organizations, faith based organizations and other governmental youth agencies. You will also participate on the Advisory Commission on Youth (ACOY) and represent the department on interagency committees and with community groups. Attention to detail is needed to develop and manage program plans and budgets for the Youth Development program and to research, pursue and manage appropriate grants opportunities and donations. Your program management skills will be used for oversight of the Youth After School (YAS) program for middle school students at nine middle schools where you will supervise staff, volunteers, and oversee YAS staff training. Your strong organizational skills are needed to manage multiple projects simultaneously as well as to plan and manage special events. You must have demonstrated expertise in effective partnering with other agencies; experience creating new programs, and experience working with youth in a recreational and or after school program setting. Work schedule is flexible and my require evening and weekend hours for special events and to meet programming needs. Hiring Range: $47,230-$68,696. Recruitment #18-S3-0155. Apply immediately. Visit our on-line employment center at www.loudoun.gov for more information and to apply. EOE
Requires Bachelor’s degree in Recreation, Education or related field with three years’ experience working with youth, including previous experience supervising staff. Prefer grant management experience. Valid Driver’s License required. First Aid, CPR for infant child and adult required. Membership in the Virginia Recreation and Park Society is beneficial. Criminal background, Child Protective Services (CPS), credit checks and DMV check required.