- Adhere to the policies of the YWCA and support its Mission and Vision.
- Provide daily supervision of assigned Summer CREW program participants in a variety of tasks including, but not limited to, landscaping, grounds keeping, light construction, painting and neighborhood clean-up.
- Provide compassionate, empowering assistance to all participants in a manner that prepares them to achieve the very best in their assignments and in their lives both directly through personal interaction and indirectly through modeling positive behaviors. Such modeling shall include demonstration of a positive attitude and actions through a display of courtesy, service, cooperation, hospitality, sensitivity, and professionalism in all aspects of job performance.
- Ensure that participants implement daily activities, i.e., landscaping, maintenance and light construction work as assigned in a manner that is, on an ongoing basis, consistent with all safety protocols. This includes, but is not limited to, the responsibility of complying with all YWCA and CREW safety rules; use of all required safety devices and personal protection equipment and reporting of accidents and injuries to management immediately.
- Assess individual performance of assigned CREW members, provide ongoing, constructive feedback to program participants and to management.
- Assist with development of program participant recognition programs/awards.
- Assist with general program duties throughout the day; make suggestions for overall program improvement.
- Provide weekly and monthly summer work participation totals to management.
- Make promotion, disciplinary, and termination recommendations to management
- Actively participate in all CREW Summer Work Program meetings and work collaboratively with the other program staff and management in the conduct of those meetings.
- Perform all other duties deemed necessary for the smooth operation of The CREW Summer Work Program.
- H.S diploma or some college experience is helpful; Knowledge of, but not limited to: Business, Social Work, Management, Planning, Public Administration, etc. or acceptable work history.
- A passion and a capacity for work that improves opportunities for teens
- The ability to sensitively work with diverse populations
- Minimum of 1-2 years progressive leadership or supervisory experience
- Ability to communicate effectively and professionally, both verbally and in writing, with colleagues, tenants and the general public
- Valid driver’s license and a driving record acceptable by the agency’s insurance company