REPORTS TO:  Program Director –Melinda Hollandsworth

LOCATION:      Pine Valley Mobile Home Park – Lawrenceville, GA

JOB SUMMARY

The Middle/High School Community Director at Valley Brook will work alongside the Elementary Community Director to serve the community and families of Pine Valley mobile home park.  Specifically, this director will be responsible for running two afternoons/week of After School Programs for middle and high students while also building and maintaining relationships with the middle and high school students who attend Path Project programs at Pine Valley mobile home park in Lawrenceville, GA.  The job will have an academic, spiritual and social component. The academic component will be working with the schools to help the students stay on track academically and prepare them for graduation and college. The spiritual component will be teaching and modeling the love of Jesus to these students through words and actions. The social component will be guiding the students through character development, career exposure and helping them navigate their teenage years.  So this job is really a combination of teacher/tutor, youth pastor, college and career counselor and more.  But we believe the most important part of this job is simply doing life with these students and being a positive influence in their life during the critical middle and high school years.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY

To empower the middle and high school students at Pine Valley to find their path to graduation, college and God’s plan for their future.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES/EXPECTATIONS

           I.     Be responsible for a twice a week homework time for all middle school students (expectation would be 30-35 students for a part-time director).  The director would recruit and encourage the volunteers who come during this time and he would encourage the kids to be involved to during this.  The director wouldn't be expected to have "teacher" responsibilities, but he would be the catalyst for connecting kids with volunteers.

         II.     Outside of the after-school programs, the director would plan activities that build a strong community of middle and high school students and parents in the community.  It could be field trips, pizza nights, games, leading devotions, visiting school for lunch, etc.  The goal would be to get to know these kids and their families well---their strengths, weaknesses, struggles, etc. 

        III.     Coordinate with parents and teachers to make sure students are on track academically – checking grades, attendance, etc.

        IV.     Bring passion and enthusiasm for Jesus, school, relationships to the students in this community

         V.     Recruit new volunteers

        VI.     Build relationships with new students who don’t currently attend the programs

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

           I.    Personal confession of faith in Jesus Christ and commitment to the mission and vision of The Path Project

         II.     Agreement with Path Project Core Values – Prayer, Attitude, Teamwork, Humility (see attached)

        III.     Demonstrated lifestyle of Christ-like humility, compassion and generosity with time, talents and treasure

        IV.     Established track record of taking initiative and working well as part of a team

         V.     Excellent oral and written communication skills

        VI.     Servant heart – enjoys serving behind the scenes and tending to details

      VII.     Strong organizational skills, including effective time management

     VIII.     Loves kids!

        IX.    Smiles a lot!

TIME COMMITMENT AND COMPENSATION

For Fall 2017 our plan is to hire a part-time community director. The time commitment would be 20 hours/week (balanced between after-school programs, spending time in the community with students/parents, visiting the school, trips outside the community and admin/prep).

Compensation would be based on our half-time community director salary scale – between $18,000 and $21,000/year.

Time off would follow the school calendar during the school year (off one week for Thanksgiving, 2 weeks for Christmas, one week for Spring Break).  Half time directors also receive two personal days each year.  Our summer programs are still being finalized but our initial plan is to work the month of June with summer camps, VBS, soccer camp, etc. and take the month of July as a Sabbath from programs.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Bailey Johnson at bailie@pathproject.org