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Part-Time Dinner Program Coordinator supervises operational aspects of the nightly dinner program, including floor supervision and support of dinner team volunteers. The leadership shown in this vital position ensures safety and consistency in Teen Feed’s dinner program. Successful candidates are practical,
empathetic leaders who can execute operationally; this “get-stuff-done” person will be ready to handle tough situations with courage, consistency, and compassion while identifying and solving persistent challenges. Additionally, a strong candidate would be someone who can, with the proper training, work independently, take charge of a team, and learn the basics of data entry in our Salesforce database. This role embraces gender diversity, equity, inclusion, and values youth and staff input. A strong preference is given to racially diverse and bilingual candidates reflecting the demographic make-up of our youth as well as those seeking an understanding of poverty and oppression. Other duties as assigned.
A good fit: 1) Healthy Professional Boundaries 2) Good Communication 3) Ability to think quickly in crisis and 4) Reliable with Flexible scheduling 5) Team player
Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. On a daily basis, Teen Feed responds to the basic needs of homeless youth in Seattle’s University District through three integrated programs: Teen Feed Dinner Program, the Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP), and Service Links for Youth (SLY). We are a street-level and low barrier team offering navigation toward youth services for vulnerable youth ages 13-25.
Skills and Qualifications:
This is a flexible part-time role averaging 2-4 hours per shift, 2-3 days a week. Pay begins at $23/hour
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