Learn and teach program relationship skills curriculum at least 2 times a week.
Prep and organize program materials, documents, and lessons for classes.
Participate in program trainings.
Other duties as assigned.
Download program participant registration forms.
Enter participant registration, attendance, services, resource referrals, and gift cards in the program federal database.
Talk with class participants about requested referrals for services and make referrals to community agencies as needed.
Complete reports in a timely manner and participate in meetings.
Other duties as assigned.
Assist with recruitment efforts to find and refer couples and/or individuals to SMART programs.
Share SMART program information with community agencies/partners to obtain client referrals and to develop recruitment/referral protocols.
Meet with community agencies/partners to familiarize yourself with their services and to see if they would like to host a SMART class/workshop at their location.
As needed, present program information and/or attend community networking meetings and community events/resource fairs to market SMART programs and to obtain participant referrals and leads.
As needed distribute program flyers, posters, brochures, and bookmarks to community agencies/partners at their location.
Report recruitment and marketing efforts to the SMART Couples Director and Project Coordinator and Staff Support Mentor at the state office on a weekly basis, or more frequently if needed.
$20.00 per hour
Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Family, Youth, and Community Sciences, Human Development and Family Studies, or related and/or appropriate field/experience.
Able to work a flexible 30 hour a week daytime and nighttime schedule, including teaching at night and/or on the weekends in Gainesville and/or surrounding cities in Alachua County.
Have reliable transportation and a valid driver's license. Able to travel within and outside of the county, i.e. to meet with clients and community partners and to attend trainings. Mileage reimbursement is available for qualifying travel.
Able to pass fingerprinting/background checks
Able to follow strict guidelines and protocols
Be a team player in a fast paced work environment
A highly motivated self-starter
Well organized and sets goals to accomplish tasks
Proficient computer skills (Microsoft Suites Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Fluent in English
Speaks Spanish in addition to English
Experience working with at-risk and/or low income populations
Thrives on being adaptive and learning new things
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.
Benefits include medical, dental, and vision to those who qualify. This position does NOT include paid vacation, sick, holiday, or retirement benefits.
Health Assessment Required: No
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