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We are currently hiring for the following positions:
Reports To: Director of Development
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Summary: The Marketing Coordinator will be primarily responsible for managing marketing correspondence from OURM—ensuring proper branding, messaging and fundraising strategies are employed.
Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Create content and maintain social media: Facebook, Instagram YouTube, and Vimeo
- Project manage the production of direct mail cultivation appeals and newsletters annually, ensuring writing, design, print, data segmentation/pulls, thank you letter, web content are completed at a level of excellence by all team members.
- Create content for seven newsletters
- Coordinate with our marketing agency to maintain OURM’s online activities including (but not limited to): email blasts and website with current program and campaign information
- Compose email blasts (copy and design) according to theme and deadline outlined in annual Development Plan
- Work with print vendors on additional print projects/special mailings to ensure satisfactory quality and execution of project within pre-established deadlines and print budgets.
- Compile and maintain OURM resource library (including photographs, videos, written/verbal testimonies)—ensuring sufficient resource is available for direct mail, newsletters, videos, website, social media, media, speaking engagements, email blasts and other development materials and public relations projects.
- Create compelling video content for use on website, social media and other marketing channels.
- Complete other duties as assigned by the Director of Development
- Must possess bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
- Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Must possess creative writing skills
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
- Experience with Photoshop Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere) is required
- Experience with WordPress is required
- Experience with GoogleAdWords, Google Analytics is a plus
- Professional, goal-oriented, creative, self-starter
- Must have the ability to organize and prioritize work
- Applicant must adhere to OURM Staff Manual/Doctrinal Statement and agree to abide by all information contained therein
Benefits and Perks:
- Employer-paid health insurance beginning date of hire
- Dental and vision
- 120 hours of PTO, equal to three weeks annually
- Paid holidays
Youth Learning Center Youth Advocate
Division: Family Life Center
Department: Youth Learning Center (YLC)
Reports To: FLC Director/President
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Summary: The Youth Learning Center Youth Advocate supervises, instructs, guides, mentors, and tutors children ages 5 through 17, within a safe, nurturing, Christ-Centered and strength-based environment; with the goal of preparing youth to understand the concept of self-sufficiency in adulthood from a biblical perspective.
They will also work closely with the Biblical Case Managers (BCM) and the parents in achieving these goals.
- Ensures youth safety.
- Using guidance and role-modeling provides mentoring and clear instruction, to promote youth self-regulation and social competency.
- Applies Biblical instruction and counseling whenever possible.
- Provides academic tutoring.
- Notes and records youth activity.
- When appropriate and under supervision directed by the FLC Director, reports behavior issues to the parents and the BCM’s.
- Identifies, develops or applies organized activity schedule and related curriculum provided by the FLC Director.
- Partners with other Youth Advocates, when instructed and where appropriate, to engage and supervise youth.
- Cleans the YLC area to Mission standards.
- Distributes snacks/meals.
- Ensures that a child’s/youth’s negative behavioral issues are immediately addressed (as dictated by policy) with appropriate follow up documentation forwarded to appropriate parties.
- Ensures a child’s/youth’s positive behavioral issues are immediately addressed, with appropriate follow up documentation forwarded to the appropriate parties.
- Works with volunteers under the direction of the FLC Director and Volunteer Department.
- Strong emphasis in mentoring/tutoring children with homework assignments.
- Love on each and every child/youth they come in contact with each day.
- Other duties as directed
- High School Diploma or equivalency. (Associate Degree in social service related field preferred).
- Must have attended, or be willing to attend upon hire, and receive certification from the 4C, Dept. of Children and Families.
- Ability to read and apply OURM information such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions.
- Ability to identify youth strengths and to focus on those strengths within interaction boundaries.
- Ability to write resident notes, and correspond through e-mail and written notes to the FLC Director, Case Management and/or OURM Leadership.
- Ability to speak effectively before groups such as residents, volunteers, co-workers, donors, and external organizations.
- Understanding of biblical instruction and the ability to apply it.
- Ability to identify and organize age appropriate youth activities.
- Ability to forecast and prevent potential problems within the youth.
- Ability to mediate problems and offer solutions to address youth problems.
- Ability to team with co-workers.
- Ability to understand and apply supervisory instruction and guidance.
- Awareness, understanding and practice of cultural diversity.
- Understanding of youth and adolescent development.
- Ability to learn to speak effectively with and coach parents about biblically- based parenting.
- Willingness to learn and grow within the boundaries of the job description.
- Ability to follow HIPPA rules and regulations.
- Ability to operate machinery and various athletic equipment per manufacturer’s specifications.
- Must adhere to OURM Policies/Procedures and Doctrinal Statement as outlined.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands and see (close, distant and acute peripheral vision), taste, smell, talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, grasp, climb, run, and balance in an indoor-outdoor, noisy environment. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
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