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To apply to any open positions below, please send a resume and a letter introducing yourself, explaining why you are interested in this job, and describing your relevant experience to alvaro@cf-sc.org

Connect Casino Road is a community-based collaborative of nearly 20 cross-sector partners who have come together to support families living in the Casino Road neighborhood of South Everett, WA. We envision a safe, supportive, and resilient community where everybody thrives and meets their full potential. Together with our partners, we work to create transformational opportunities for families who call this community home. Connect Casino Road takes an explicit race equity approach in our work, and we welcome candidates who are willing to join us on the journey of co-creating a more just organization, collaborative, and community. Individuals from all educational background who feel they have the skills to do this job are encouraged to apply.

Assistant Director Connect Casino Road

Job Title: Assistant Director, Connect Casino Road (CCR)

Reports to Title: Director

Date: September 2022

FLSA Status: Salaried, Exempt

Class: Full- time, 40 hours/week

Salary: $75,000; $3,000 bilingual stipend

Benefits: $500 monthly healthcare stipend, up to 5% retirement match, vacation and paid PTO accrual.

SUMMARY

The Assistant Director, CCR, works alongside the Director to provide strategic leadership and program management to CCR staff and community partners. The Assistant Director will also provide operations support to the Director.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

Strategic Leadership and Alignment

  • Ensure cross-partner commitment and activity alignment among 20+ partner organizations to shared CCR collaborative mission and vision.

  • Support work with CCR’s cross-organizational teams to identify project priorities, coordinate the development of outcomes, indicators, and strategies for achieving goals, and create and implement shared measurement systems

  • Assist in the creation of activities, systems, and processes that promote partner alignment to and operationalization of CCR’s shared frameworks

  • Serve as a strong, neutral, and skilled facilitator who can guide the teams, partners, and stakeholders.

  • Build deep relationships with and understand cross-sector (education, social service, business, civic, etc.) partners across the greater Casino Road area.

  • Help identify and recruit additional cross-sector stakeholders to participate in CCR’s work.

 

Program Management

  •  Oversee and provide support to CCR’s community-facing programs, including but not limited to the AFAfamily program and programs happening at the Village on Casino Road community center

  •  Support and supervise AFAR program staff

  •  Work collaboratively with AFAR program partners and staff to co-create shared vision and goals, identify strategies for reaching goals, and develop methods for tracking progress toward goals

  •  Ensure program alignment to grant and funder requirements

  •  Lead and facilitate the development and standardization of the AFAR program

 

Community Engagement

  • Manage relationships with existing partners (evaluating commitments, needs, level of engagement, expectations); seek out new partners based on needs/priorities of CCR collaborative;

  • Ensure that authentic community engagement activities are used to inform CCR priorities and goals.

  • Align CCR priorities to community needs

  • Support the Director in working closely with CCR’s teams and community partners to ensure the integration of Casino Road residents into leadership and decision-making roles

  • Plan and manage logistics of community outreach events as needed. Attend, support, and/or participate in community meetings and events as needed

  • Use social media as a tool for community awareness that encourages an active and engaged community.

Communication

  • Coordinate quarterly newsletters to external partners and the community.

  • Convene monthly Village Circle meetings with internal partners and provide updates.

  • Ensure that constituents are informed of updates, progress, and engagement opportunities through email blasts and other marketing/communication efforts.

  • Manage and support web and social media strategy

Funds Management and Development

  • Oversee administration of grant funds that includes collaborating with CCR’s teams to develop recommendations for fund usage

  • Assist in grant reporting

  • Assist in identifying and writing grant requests

General Operations

  • Supervision and support of Center Coordinator, Resource Navigator, and AFAR program staff and through staff meetings, one-on-one staff meetings, and reviewing staff work output.

  • Contract with and oversee the work of consultants as appropriate

Other duties as assigned.

KEY INTERFACES

  •  Community members and families, including young children

  •  Agency employees and management at all levels

  •  Community partners and funders at all levels throughout the county

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Associate’s degree in social work, non-profit management, education, child development, cultural studies, social justice, and five years of experience; or related experience and/or training; or an equivalent combination of education and experience required

  • Experience working in an immigrant community preferred

  • Lived experience as an immigrant and/or person of color preferred

  • Experience working in other collaborative/collective impact initiatives preferred

  • Bi-lingual skills in English and Spanish preferred

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of race equity frameworks, two-generation approaches, and ACEs/Trauma-informed Care

  • Demonstrable commitment to social justice

  • Ability to facilitate large and small groups on a variety of topics and issues

  • Demonstrate the ability to meet deadlines from internal and external entities

  • Provide supervision of employees, including hiring, training, and scheduling; assignment of work and review of work product; training; performance evaluations, and disciplinary actions.

  • Ability to design training and education opportunities in the organization’s shared frameworks of racial equity, restorative practices, two-generation approaches, and trauma-informed care.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality around budgets and information from partners that have not been made public and sensitive information pertaining to clients.

  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written abilities.

  • Strong computer skills and experience with MS Office and internet research.

  • Experience and comfort around diverse communities and cultures, and connecting members of the public to appropriate resources.

  • Be able to communicate clearly with the other employees, partners, and members of the community.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

To successfully perform the essential duties of this position, an individual must be able to sit at a desk for four or more hours a day and use office equipment, including phones and computer keyboards, for four or more hours per day. Individuals must be able to engage clients over the phone and in person by voice. Regular attendance is an essential function of the job. Individuals may need to stoop, stand, and lift at least 25 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to assist individuals with disabilities in performing essential job functions.

LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMER

The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work performed; it is not intended as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and required skills for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other duties requested by their supervisor in compliance with Federal and State laws. Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills, and/or abilities necessary to perform each duty proficiently. Continued employment remains on an “at-will” basis.

CORE Program Manager

Job Title: CORE Program Manager

Reports to Title: Director, Connect Casino Rd (CCR)

Date: When fullfilled

Class: Full-time (40 hours/week). The individual will be legally employed by the Community Foundation of Snohomish County (CFSC), who provides fiscal sponsorship to Connect Casino Road.

Salary: $70,000; Up to $3,000 annual stipend for fully bilingual employees

Benefits: Monthly $500 medical stipend, 5% retirement match, PTO

SUMMARY

The CORE Program Manager is responsible for 1) leading the ongoing development of a new two-generation support model for families with young children and 2)working with a cohort of up to 20 immigrant families with young children in order to support the mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing of the entire family. This individual will supervise two other Family Development Coordinators as part of their duties. In collaboration with the Family Counselor, Family Development Coordinators will be the first and central point of contact for families participating in the Creating Open Roads to Equity (CORE) collaborative model. The Program Manager will help CORE families to build self-confidence and self-efficacy, identify their assets, needs, and goals, and help them create a plan for reaching their goals acts as the link between families, CCR partners, and the wider community. Responsibilities occasionally may require evening or weekend hours.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

  • Be the primary contact for CORE collaborative partners and respond when partners reach out with ideas, needs, or challenges.

  • Work with CORE partner leads to develop and improve the CORE model, including but not limited to assisting with the development of materials, processes, eligibility, and assessment tools.

  • Be the primary contact for United Way of Snohomish County, communicate any CORE needs, updates to UWSC, and respond to any requests from UWSC.

  • Manage a partnership with Mukilteo School District by ensuring the CORE team is working closely with school and district representatives as needed.

  • Manage relationships among CORE team; ensure consistent communication about CORE family cases; convene and lead meetings as needed.

  • Manage the evaluation and joint data sharing of CORE families across the partnership; track families’ progress towards agreed-upon outcomes and indicators. Strategic planning, documentation, and activities for the CORE program.

  • Make decisions on and manage enrollment of any new CORE families; communicate with referring partners any pauses, changes, or holds on family enrollment.

  • Organize with CORE team the transition plan for families ready for promotion. Describe the process, design forms, letters, and other paperwork.

  • Assess CORE program process, redefine it when necessary and document changes.

  • Ensure all day-to-day CORE processes are functioning smoothly. This may include making sure all CORE forms are updated and accurate, making sure family files are up-to-date, ensuring family self-assessments are occurring in a timely manner, and that Salesforce is being used consistently.

 

Working with families:

  • Actively engage CORE families in making sense of the issues which affect their lives, setting goals for improvement, and responding to problems and needs through empowerment, goal setting, active participation, and strong collaborative practices

  • Using trauma-informed and restorative approaches, provide mentoring and coaching to families to help them learn and build the soft skills needed to successfully navigate US life and culture with dignity and confidence

  • Provide supervision and mentorship to the other two Family Development Coordinators

  • Document interviews, conversations, goals, action items, and progress with CORE families using case notes and self-assessments on the CORE Salesforce database

  • Maintain a caseload of up to 20 CORE families. Lead recruitment of new families as caseload spots open up.

  • Work collaboratively with CORE partner organizations to support the needs and goals of the family through participating in monthly CORE meetings, sharing family stories and needs with CORE partners.

  • Refer CORE families to other organizations for resources; ensure family accesses to the resource they need through follow-up with the family and/or the organization they were referred to

  • Stay informed about local services and resources; Develop strategies to ensure families are connected to relevant resources; Attend community events as needed.

  • Participate in other CORE collaborative responsibilities such as annual reporting, measurement and evaluation, professional development, and work groups and committees

  • Meet regularly with Connect Casino Road staff to ensure coordination and alignment

Other duties as assigned.

 

NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

  • Facilitate training with partners organizations

  • Support community events organized in the center

  • Lead community groups

  • Support external organizations that would like to work with the community.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, education, human resources, community/family/child development or a related field and related experience and/or training; OR equivalent combination of education and experience; Master’s degree preferred

  • Three years of experience in family support, case management, coaching and/or mentoring,

  • One year of supervisory experience

  • Two years of experience working with family community systems, resources, and services available in Snohomish County preferred

  • Bi-lingual skills in English and Spanish or English and Russian are strongly preferred.

  • Documented experience working to further social justice

  • Experience working with communities of color, immigrant communities, and low-income communities

  • Personal development training in Restorative Practice, Social Justice, and Trauma-informed care is preferred.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of Two-Generation and Trauma-Informed Approaches preferred

  • Demonstrate the ability to problem-solve complex and evolving issues and problems

  • Ability to work collaboratively with a number of partners and individuals

  • Knowledge of resources for low-income families in Snohomish County

  • Ability to meet deadlines yet maintain flexibility in a busy and evolving work environment.

  • Be able to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive family information

  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written abilities

  • Strong computer skills and experience with MS Office and internet research.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

​To successfully perform the essential duties of this position, an individual must be able to sit at a desk for four or more hours a day and use office equipment, including phones and computer keyboards, for four or more hours per day. Individuals must be able to engage clients over the phone and in person by voice. Regular attendance is an essential function of the job. Individuals may need to stoop, stand, and lift at least 25 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to assist individuals with disabilities in performing essential job functions.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

CFSC provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees and commits to the principle of equal opportunity.  We believe that no person should be excluded from agency services, employment, or volunteer participation on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender, or for any other discriminatory reason.

 

HOW TO APPLY

  • Deadline: Open until filled. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with an initial review on September 30, 2022.

  • Please email a resume and a letter introducing yourself and describing your qualifications to Alvaro Guillen, alvaro@cf-sc.org, with the subject line: CORE Program Manager.

  • For more information on CCR visit our website at www.connectcasinoroad.org

Family Development Coordinator

Job Title: Family Development Coordinator

Reports to Title: Director, Connect Casino Rd (CCR)

Date: When fulfilled

Class: Part-time, 30 hrs./week.

Option to change to full time 40 hrs./week in 2023

Salary: $ 40,000 Benefits: $3,000/Year Bilingual Stipend

Benefits: $500 monthly healthcare stipend, up to 5%

retirement match, vacation, and paid PTO accrual

SUMMARY

The Family Development Coordinator is responsible for working with a cohort of up to 25 immigrant families with young children in order to support the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of the entire family. In collaboration with the Family Development Manager and the Family Counselor, the Family Development Coordinators will be the first and central point of contact for families participating in the Creating Open Roads to Equity (CORE) collaborative model. The Family Coordinator will help CORE families to build self-confidence and self-efficacy, identify their assets, needs, and goals, and help them create a plan for reaching their goals. The Family Development Coordinator acts as the link between families, CCR partners, and the wider community.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

The Family Development Coordinator performs the essential functions and duties outlined below:

  • Actively engage CORE families in making sense of the issues which affect their lives, setting goals for improvement, and responding to problems and needs through empowerment, goal setting, active participation, and strong collaborative practices

  • Help CORE families navigate and access resources; Refer CORE families to partner organizations for resources that are in alignment with the goals set by the CORE family.

  • In collaboration with Family Development Manager, use trauma-informed and restorative approaches to provide mentoring and coaching to families to help them learn and build the soft skills needed to successfully navigate US life and culture with dignity and confidence

  • Grow and maintain proficiency in restorative practices, two-generation approaches, and trauma-informed care when working with CORE families.

 

  • Document interviews, conversations, goals, action items, and progress with CORE families using case notes and self-assessments on the CORE Salesforce database

  • Act as a primary entry point for CORE families by determining their eligibility and performing initial intakes

  • Maintain a caseload of up to 25 CORE families. Lead recruitment of new families as spots open up.

  • Work collaboratively with CORE partner organizations to support the needs and goals of the family through participating in monthly CORE meetings, sharing family stories and needs with CORE partners, and actively recruiting new partners to meet the needs of the CORE families.

  • Participate in the evaluation and joint data sharing of CORE families across the partnership; Track families’ progress towards agreed-upon outcomes and indicators.

  • Stay informed about local services and resources; Develop strategies to ensure families are connected to relevant resources; Attend community events as needed.

  • Participate in other CORE collaborative responsibilities such as annual reporting, measurement and evaluation, professional development, and work groups and committees

  • Meet regularly with Connect Casino Road staff to ensure coordination and alignment

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

  • Facilitate training with partners organizations

  • Support community events organized in the center

  • Lead community groups

  • Support external organizations that would like to work with the community.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • AA or Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, education, child development or a related field and related experience and/or training; OR equivalent combination of education and experience

  • Two years of experience in family support, case management, coaching and/or mentoring,

  • One year of experience working with family resources available in Snohomish County preferred

  • Bi-lingual skills in English and Spanish or English and Russian strongly preferred.

  • Documented experience working to further social justice

  • Experience working with communities of color, immigrant communities, and low-income communities

  • Personal development training in Restorative Practice, Social Justice, and Trauma informed care preferred.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of Two-Generation and Trauma-Informed Approaches preferred

  • Demonstrate the ability to problem-solve complex and evolving issues and problems

  • Ability to work collaboratively with a number of partners and individuals

  • Knowledge of resources for low-income families in Snohomish County

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  • Ability to meet deadlines, yet maintain flexibility in a busy and evolving work environment.

  • Be able to maintain confidentiality of sensitive family information

  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written abilities

  • Strong computer skills and experience with MS Office and internet research.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

To successfully perform the essential duties of this position, an individual must be able to sit at a desk for four or more hours a day and use office equipment, including phones and computer keyboards, for four or more hours per day. Individuals must be able to engage clients over the phone and in person by voice. Regular attendance is an essential function of the job. Individuals may need to stoop, stand, and lift at least 25 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to assist individuals with disabilities in performing essential job functions.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

CFSC provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees and commits to the principle of equal opportunity. We believe that no person should be excluded from agency services, employment or volunteer participation on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender or for any other discriminatory reason..

 

HOW TO APPLY

  • Deadline: Open until filled. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with an initial review on November 9th, 2022.

  • Please email a resume and a letter introducing yourself and describing your qualifications to Alvaro Guillen, alvaro@cf-sc.org, with the subject line: Family Development Coordinator.

  • For more information on CCR visit our website at www.connectcasinoroad.org