Staff Positions Open
60+ Program Coordinator
The Diversity Center is building an equitable community where LGBTQ+ people thrive.
60PLUS PROGRAM VISION AND MISSION:
Vision: Local LGBTQ elders are thriving. All elders on the Central Coast are honored and celebrated for who they are. Senior service providers are fully and publicly welcoming of the LGBTQ+ community. Local elders feel comfortable being “out” and accessing all community services. A result of this welcoming community will be no more health disparities between LGBTQ elders and the general population of elders.
Mission: To develop opportunities for social and recreational activities for LGBTQ+ seniors to enhance their quality of life; to support and educate community senior service providers and policy makers to fully integrate the needs of LGBTQ seniors in their policies, programs, and advocacy; to collect information on the unique needs of LGBTQ+ seniors in our county; and to put in place processes and persons to help meet the most urgent needs
To oversee the mission and work of the 60Plus Senior Program
Duties will include:
Coordinate and implement six-session WISE health-promotion curriculum (we will train you to facilitate these groups)
Coordination of 60Plus events throughout the year: Five bimonthly luncheon socials (summer hiatus) with educational, informational or entertainment programs following lunch.
Oversee six Senior Women’s Socials in alternate months between the luncheons.
Oversee six Senior Men’s Socials in alternate months between the luncheons.
Respond to all phone and email requests for senior information and referral assistance.
Oversee social media outreach to isolated LGBTQ+ seniors.
Work with TDC website point person to update all senior web site pages and resources.
Help 60+ participants feel connected to the Diversity Center overall.
Promote 60+ events through mailings, social media, etc
Ensure all grant objectives get met and evaluated within the grant timeline.
Work with staff and volunteers to maintain the 60Plus database.
Maintain good records for the program.
Support and manage the 60Plus Volunteer committee
Represent The Diversity Center & the 60Plus Senior Program in the community
Advocate for LGBTQ+ elders at city council meetings and other community events
Coordinate with TDC Executive Director the acknowledgement of 60+ donors and funders.
A passion for supporting LGBTQ+ elders
Works well independently and as part of a team
Excellent interpersonal skills and sound judgement
Related experience providing program development
Strong oral and written communication skills
Demonstrated organization skills
Strong organizational skills
Has a positive attitude
Experience in facilitation
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Applications preferred
Experience with social networking sites preferred
Experience in health promotion and education a plus
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org August 16, 2019. Please include 60Plus Program Coordinator Application in your subject line. Only Word Documents or PDF files will be accepted.
SCHEDULE: 20 hours per week
PAY: $18.16 - $20.16 Per hour based on experience
( $1/hour additional pay for bilingual differential)
SUPERVISOR: Program Director
Questions? Please contact executive director, Sharon Papo, at email@example.com or 831-425-5422 x 101
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