The Student Conservation Association provides an array of corps and crews programming across the country. Program Coordinators help with the administrative and logistical tasks of executing program in their corresponding region. The Program Coordinator position is responsible for ensuring the logistical and administrative task lists associated with the safe, complete and accurate execution of SCAs various Corps programs in their portfolio are completed in a timely manner. This person ensures Team Leaders are equipped for the program delivery work scheduled, comply with curriculum and any applicable AmeriCorps mandates, safety controls, logistical service/program delivery needs, and mandatory internal record-keeping and administrative requirements. This position reports to the Alaska Program Manager for Corps programs.
This position will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of Corps programming in the State of Alaska and will be based out of Anchorage, Fairbanks or Juneau. SCA Alaska has an office in Anchorage and has a hybrid work approach. If remote, away from Anchorage, this position required 4 week-long trips to Anchorage: staff training or pre-season prep, leader training, member training, and post season wrap up. The annual salary range being offered for this role is $45,000- $50,000. The preference for the location of this role is Anchorage, Fairbanks or Juneau Alaska.
Roles and Responsibilities
Program Planning & Delivery:
Supervise 3 Corps Teams
Work with Alaska Program Manager Corps to review execution plan and ensure necessary preparations and monitoring plans are completed.
Collaborate with Alaska program staff team to execute program
Assist with interviewing and hiring of seasonal field leaders
Report, track and respond to incidents in accordance with SCA policies and procedures.
Responsible for modeling, facilitating, and building an inclusive community
Collaborate with Agency Partner- on the ground support- for work project logistics and outputs
Ensures project logistics are planned and organize prior to program
Assist SCAs Training Department with member and leader training
Monitor leaders project delivery to ensure compliance with administrative, AmeriCorps and other curriculum checklists
Responsible for ensuring leaders and members are readily equipped with or have access to necessary gear and equipment
Monitor administrative requirements of the program: weekly timesheets, program reports/summaries; development and monitoring of program budget
Ensures timesheets are completed accurately by all program participants and leaders, approve timesheets for each participant
Ensure program reports/summaries are submitted timely,
Monitor team budgets: save receipts and code properly; track spending on each line item
Monitor all other SCA administrative requirements are met by teams
Communicate regularly with the field leaders with weekly check ins
Schedule, plan and execute field visits to camp with the
Project management experience in a collaborative environment
Strong communication skills when working with various external and internal partners
Ability to work independently, problem solve, and follow through on tasks
Experience working with and supervising young adults
Experience working with young adults from racially and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds
Wilderness First Responder and CPR certification
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About Student Conservation Association
Today, SCA’s mission is to build the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire lifelong stewardship of the environment and communities by engaging young people in hands-on service to the land. Members participate in a variety of capacities and contexts. Beyond national parks, members work on marine sanctuaries, cultural landmarks, and community green spaces in our nation’s urban centers. Members do land management, habitat restoration, trail building, disaster rehabilitation or prevention work, environmental education, public outreach, and more.