Colorado Nonprofit Association

Youth Program Coordinator

This is a part-time position (25 hours per week). 

Warren Village’s youth program, Kids’ Club, provides an opportunity for school-age children to feel safe, have fun, and engage in enriching activities in a structured, supportive group setting.  Kids’ Club is a comprehensive youth development program for children in elementary and middle school, with a focus on social-emotional development and increasing overall wellness and academic success.  The Youth Program Coordinator plans, designs, and implements Kids’ Club activities as directed by the Manager and includes direct work and supervision of youth participants.  Afternoon and evening hours are required.  In addition to program coordination, this position will engage in one-on-one assessment, goal setting, and mentoring with youth participants.  Helping children to reach their full potential, Kids’ Club includes year-round activities during after school and evening hours, as well as a summer enrichment program June-August.  The Youth Program Coordinator is a part of the Family Services department and works closely with staff, volunteers, parents, and children to fulfill the mission of Warren Village. 

This posting is for a Youth Program Coordinator at Warren Village’s Ivy Crossing location at 2470 Quebec Street.  The schedule for Kids’ Club at this location is Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm to 5:30pm during the school year and from 2:30pm to 4:30pm in June, July and August.  Additional hours are expected in person for program curriculum preparation, assessment and evaluation, coordination and management of Kids’ Club volunteers and resourcing with families and children. We also welcome applications from individuals who may be available only for our summer session. 

Warren Village recognizes that our backgrounds are broad and our talents are many, from different lived experiences. We value and leverage our differences to encompass and reflect the communities we serve. We align our policies, practices and resources so that people of all races, cultures, identities and socioeconomic status may feel valued and respected. 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities: 

Other duties as assigned.

Competencies and Traits:

Minimum Qualifications: 

Must be 21 years of age. 

High School diploma or General education degree (GED). 

Proven track record of managing a large group of children in a school, afterschool, camp, or other similar setting and designing enriching activities for children. 

Required/Preferred education and/or experience: 

Bilingual English/Spanish speaking highly preferred. 

Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Human Services or Education. 

Additional eligibility requirements (Certifications, Licenses, etc.): 


Work Environment: 

Frequent indoor activities in an office environment to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc. combined with consistent exposure to outdoor conditions, weather permitting. 

Physical Demands: 

Frequently required to stand while working with child[ren], walk and sit; using hand and finger dexterity; talk or hear.  Occasionally required to climb, balance, bend, stoop, kneel or crawl.  Frequently operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine and computer printer as well as craft activities.  Constantly positions self to maintain equipment, including under desks.  Frequently communications clearly and concisely with children. residents, staff and volunteers.  Must be able to observe children’s activities, indoors and outdoors, utilizing established safety protocols.  Occasionally lifts up to 40 Lbs.