TITLE: Program Coordinator (Camp HOPE)
HOURS: Full time - 40 hours per week, M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm, with flexibility to attend activities on some weekends and summer camp sessions
JOB CLASS: Exempt
SUPERVISOR: Program Manager
JOB SUMMARY: Camp HOPE is a year round program that culminates in the annual camping experience in the summer, and monthly activities during the year. This position will coordinate the camping experience for the children both at camp and the monthly activities during the year. Program Coordinator serves as the program lead: attends all weeks of camp in the summer and hosts the year round activities. The Coordinator works directly with children impacted by family violence using a trauma-informed approach as well as the evidence-based practices of Camp HOPE America with execution of the Camp HOPE America Toolkit. The Program Coordinator will screen and select children for the Camp HOPE program including collecting necessary information about campers’ emotional, medical, and psychological needs. The Coordinator will be the liaison with the Camp HOPE America Director regarding vision, mission, specific goals, objectives, activities and outcomes.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related health or human services field with two years of professional experience; Or, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist, or Licensed Psychological Associate.
- Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Qualifications Experience and sensitivity in working with children and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence; • Specialized training in child trauma response and treatment modalities; • Knowledge of the characteristics/needs of individuals/families of all ages/racial/ethnic/cultural, to complete assessments/evaluations/plans at intake and throughout the care coordination, treatment planning and service provision process; • Knowledge of best practices relating to family violence which includes identification, safety, confidentiality, and program development; • Knowledge of confidentiality and client/victim rights; • Group facilitation skills to conduct treatment planning sessions, staff meetings, group supervision, and group/family sessions; • Ability to work as part of a fast-paced multi-disciplinary team which includes the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse persons; • Skilled in problem solving, decision making, and conflict resolution. Ability to deal with persons experiencing stress and the ability to communicate effectively in challenging situations; • Ability to work effectively under high pressure circumstances and manage crisis and emergency situations; • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with diverse groups of individuals.
Crisis House is an Equal Opportunity Employer