Program Specialist, Summer Experiences and 3 Initiative
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Scope of Position:
Execute, evaluate, and assist in developing year-round worldview, leadership, and discipleship experiences for high school and college students, consistent with the purpose and mission of Impact 360 Institute.
Reports to: Manager, Summer Experiences, and The 3 Initiative
- Assist in the planning and execution of logistics and programming for summer experiences as well as all retreats and experiences for The 3 Initiative.
- Be present and active for programming associated with on-campus summer experiences.
- Assist in residential oversight and enforce student policies as well as undergird the safety and security of students and staff during all summer experiences.
- Assist in the hiring and onboarding process for summer staff.
- Assist in budget creation and monitor expenses to ensure fiscal responsibility.
- Assist in regular parent communication for summer experiences.
- Serve as contact for any student or staff crisis for the duration of the on-campus experiences.
- Assist Manager with applicant selection, coaching, and discipling The 3 Initiative participants.
- Oversee all needs related to event recruiting for summer experiences (in coordination with Enrollment & Selection Services) and customer service for all non-Fellows-related Cultural Engagement and Student Discipleship events.
- An evangelical believer practicing an active faith in a New Testament-based denomination and is in unreserved agreement with the Institute’s Statement of Faith and Biblical Conduct and Lifestyle Standards. Must support the vision, values, philosophy, and community standards of Impact 360 Institute.
- Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field of study.
- Minimum 1-year experience in worldview and leadership camps and/or event roles including developing curriculum and demonstrated experience in project management.
- Minimum of 1- 3 years of experience in administrative and customer service roles.
- Leadership qualities such as creativity, working well independently or within a group, strong communication and presentation skills, and competence in biblical worldview and leadership.
- Strong customer service skills, ability to demonstrate kindness and patience ensuring that each customer knows they have been treated with dignity, honor, and respect.
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel (or equivalent programs such as Pages and Keynote).
- Ability to drive 15-passenger van and help train others to drive 15-passenger vans.
- Maintain regular Monday through Friday office hours and be able to engage in monthly business-related travel for events as well as on and off-campus programming and recruiting (approximately two nights a month September to April; seven to twenty-one nights a month May 1- August 15).