Are You Our New Youth Programming Coordinator?

Burlington Partnership for a Healthy Community
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Location: Chittenden County,
About the Job

Are You Our New Youth Programming Coordinator?

We believe that not only are young people our future, they are also capable of creating important change in the now. We are seeking a team player to coordinate our program inspiring and empowering youth in Burlington to be leaders and advocates for reducing substance misuse and improving health and wellness in their community.

We want a self-motivated individual who is good at building relationships and fostering collaboration with and between others, particularly youth. This position will teach, support, and encourage teens to use their voice to address substance misuse prevention issues as part of afterschool clubs. A minimum of 3 years of experience working with adolescent energy a must. Experience in the substance misuse prevention or public health field and with public speaking, communications, video production, project management, and grant reporting are highly beneficial.

This is a full-time benefited position with a flexible schedule and opportunity to work some hours remotely. If interested, please include a cover letter and resume with your application.  The full job description can be viewed on our website here.

If interested, please apply online here.

Employer's Approach to Diversity, Equity, & Belonging

Justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion are central to the our org's ability to achieve our mission and vision. We recognize that historically marginalized communities in our area are impacted disproportionately by the accessibility and promotion of substance use and by the causes and consequences of substance use disorders, leading to disproportionate negative outcomes, including higher rates of disease and death. For this reason, we are committed to actively engaging in intentional JDEI work. A few examples of specific actions:
-Building an equity-centered internal culture.
-Intentionally engaging community voices that have often been systematically silenced, ignored or unheard.
-Supporting hiring, compensation, and employment practices that are representative of our JDEI values.
-Supporting continual growth by providing resources for staff, and board members to participate in regular and ongoing JDEI training, monitoring, and assessment.

Wage or Salary
Salary is $19 – $22 per hour based on qualifications and experience.