Junior Achievement of North Florida-Program Coordinator

Posted Jun 18, 2024 Jacksonville, Florida


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Expires Jul 19, 2024


Junior Achievement of North Florida (JA) is dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to own their economic success, plan for their futures, and make smart academic and economic choices. JA provides learning experiences for K-12 students that focus on work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy. Established in Jacksonville in 1963, the non-profit organization annually serves more than 25,000 students, with an emphasis on high-need communities throughout the region.

Join a winning team of people, who mobilize the community to inspire and prepare young people to own their economic success and believe in the power of their own potential.

The Program Coordinator is an integral part of mission delivery and supports the Programs Department in the delivery, growth and expansion of key JANF initiatives. This role reports to the Vice President of Programs & Partnerships and works to support the execution of mission delivery including programs, live student events, and other projects as needed.

This is a full-time, non-exempt position with regular business hours and some early mornings and evenings.
Standard schedule M-F 8am-4pm. Monday – Thursday in office. Remote Fridays.

Competitive suite of benefits includes generous PTO, 10 paid holidays, 401k plan, and employer subsidized medical, dental and vision insurance coverage for employee.

Essential duties and responsibilities

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Program Implementation Support • Supports Program Managers as needed including CRM database entry, class and volunteer confirmations, volunteer/teacher training and in person classroom support. Supports Program Managers in kit and supply delivery as needed. • Sets up transportation for programs in collaboration with Director of Education • Maintains strong understanding of new and existing JA programs and JANFL organizational strategy. • Supports other organizational initiatives, such as assisting with logistics of competitions, onsite events, etc. • Monitors website, telephone and email communications from volunteers, teachers, and community members. Receives and documents all department inquiries and responds or assigns to appropriate staff. Records/Reporting • Composes and runs constituent queries, exports, and reports as needed. • Assists in maintaining database information on all programs and participants. Ensures timely and quality data entry for program projects and events by monitoring records and assisting Programs staff as needed. • Creates and maintains Google Sites, JA Connect, D2l and other customer-facing digital assets. Evaluation/Recognition/Stewardship • With direction from departmental leadership, coordinates JANFL participation in national recognition campaigns and facilitates JANFL participation – e.g. Volunteer Week, Teacher Appreciation, Etc. • With support from Director of Education, leads department efforts to assess program quality and educational outcomes for participants. Creates surveys, analyzes results and develops evaluation methodologies using best practices and JA USA resources. Inventory • Coordinates and orders educational kits and supplies as requested by Program Managers and approved by Director of Education. • Maintains program inventory levels to include ordering, organizing, recycling and distribution of program materials. Periodically conducts supply inventory and updates records accordingly. Maintains organized supply area.


COMPETENCIES • Accountability: Acts with a clear sense of ownership; takes personal responsibility for decisions, actions, deliverables, and failures; establishes clear responsibilities and processes for monitoring work and measuring results. • Integrity and Ethics: Gains the confidence and trust of others through honesty, authenticity, taking responsibility for own actions, and consistently telling the truth. • Interpersonal Communication: Chooses a communication behavior that is both appropriate and effective for a given situation; understands and manages own emotions, as well as recognizes and positively influences the emotions of others  • Results-Oriented: Plans, schedules and organizes professional schedule to achieve goals within or ahead of established time frames • Teamwork and Collaboration: Successfully builds and maintains collaborative relationships to work effectively together as a team through shared responsibility, respect, and empathy to complete shared goals for a common good. WORKING CONDITIONS/EQUIPMENT USE • Work is performed indoors in a typical office environment - not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions. • Valid driver license with proof of insurance for business related travel • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends • Must be able to lift up to fifteen (15) pounds • Frequent use of office machines to include telephone, computer, and printer This position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related duties required by their supervisor. This document does not create an employment contract implied or otherwise, other than an “at-will” relationship. Must meet employment requirements including being able to pass a background check. Junior Achievement of North Florida, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Education and Experience

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED • High School Diploma or equivalent. • At least three (3) years of commensurate experience. • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software • Enthusiastic about the Junior Achievement mission and purpose • High energy and the ability to function effectively with a minimum of daily direction and support. Can solve problems and make decisions independently in a creative and effective manner • Excellent people skills demonstrating an ability to establish a positive relationship with staff, Board, community volunteers, donors, etc. • Well organized, meticulous, and have strong critical thinking skills, with the ability to analyze circumstances, evaluate outcomes and makes choices in the best interest of the development department and organization • Excellent verbal and written communication skills PREFERRED • Associate degree or higher. • Advanced skills and knowledge of non-profit software. • Non-profit, education and/or youth development experience.

Salary/Salary Range

$22-$24/hour, Full Time Non-Exempt role

How to Apply

Submit resume to careers@janfl.org no later than July 19, 2024.


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