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HALO Kansas City Program Facilitator

The HALO Foundation
Job Description
Posted 12/2/18

This employment opportunity is a part-time position of dedication, service, caring, and compassion for helping at-risk youth and leading our Kansas City HALO Learning Center through program planning and youth relationship building. 
 
This position alternates days in the HALO Headquarters office and evening hours in the Center.  A Capital Campaign is running to build a new Learning Center and Housing Program. This position has the potential to grow into a full time position once the building is complete.

*Please note, our Kansas City Offices are closed 12/24/18-1/1/19.  All inquiries received during that time will receive follow up after the 1st of the year. 

Responsibilities of the HALO KC Program Facilitator position include:
HALO Center Role:
  • Plan, implement and manage all HALO Center programming, engaging new youth in programs and focusing on quality of programs offered to KC homeless and at-risk youth.
  • Empower volunteers and donors to assist in program facilitation and relationship building with HALO youth.
  • Assistance with HALO events involving youth participation and coordination.
  • Lead advocate for HALO youth emergency needs and resources, allowing for KC homeless youth to receive a full circle of care while staying in shelters or programs.
  • Maintain current scholarship resources and assistance with higher education planning.
  • Maintain relationships with partnering organizations serving the same youth demographic. 
HALO Headquarters Role:
  • Responsible for reporting on numbers of youth served and programs facilitated on a monthly basis.
  • Data entry from programs into HALO’s youth database software.
  • Work closely with HALO KC Program Director on pilot programs and youth needs. 
Requirements for this position include, but are not limited to:
  • Strong organizational skills, relationship building, teamwork and social skills for working with youth and community members is required.
  • Must be a responsible, mature, individual of reputable character who exercise sound judgment, and displays the capacity to provide good care and supervision of youth when in the Center.
  • Prior program planning and working with at-risk youth is preferred
  • Must have high school degree
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred, but not required 
Additional information:
 This position is Accountable daily for:
  • Achieving specific results in your role and reporting updates monthly to team. Your role is supporting the Program Department.
  • Achieving operational excellence with effectively getting tasks done, keeping focused on what is outlined in the Strategic Plan Scorecard; building a team of strong volunteers to support your role and maintaining a healthy workload.
  • Achieving relationship management with retaining balance between personal and professional life; consistent and glowing positive attitude toward all HALO family; and motivation to see HALO succeed.
  • Achieving leadership/stewardship by maximizing the HALO dollar, empowering others around you and wearing the HALO Founder’s hat in all decision-making.
 Competencies and Skills measured by the HALO team annually:
  • Thinking: Innovative/Problem Solver/Creative; Come to Table with Solutions; and Use Sound Judgment.
  • Self-Management: Goal Setting; Self-Discipline; Accountability; Time Management; Focus; Perseverance; Respect; Confidence; Integrity; Leadership; Health – Self Care; Compassion; Take Responsibility/Ownership; Adaptability; Criticism; Prioritization of Tasks; Punctuality; Professional Attire; Think Big Picture; and Attention to Detail.
  • Motivation: Sense of Urgency; Passion for the HALO Mission; Show Work Commitment; Going Above and Beyond; and Self-Motivated.
  • Interpersonal Skills: HALO Tribe Focused with Donors, Volunteers, etc.; Build Relationships, Value Diversity, Respectful; Manage Disagreements; and Collaborative/Teamwork.
  • Communication: Clear and Timely Communication; Open Communication; and Professional Written and Verbal Communication.
  • Leadership: Build a Team; Lead by Example; Motivate Others, Delegate; and Coach and Develop.
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