Rutgers University Project Coordinator I in New Brunswick, New Jersey
Rutgers School of Social Work prepares passionate, committed students to become global leaders in the field. As one of the nation’s largest and most highly regarded schools of social work, we offer students nationally recognized faculty, rigorous academics, and unbeatable real-world experience.
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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a Project Coordinator I for the School of Social Work. The Transitions for Youth (TFY) program has been established at the Rutgers School of Social Work Institute for Families to provide a range of services to youth “aging out” of the foster care system grounded in a Positive Youth Development PYD model. TFY provides supportive coaching, training, technical assistance, and supportive services. Under the direction of the TFY Associate Program Manager, the Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating Transitions for Youth’s (TFY) daily project activities, and providing direct services to youth. Among the key duties of this position are the following:
Responsible for service delivery in the Project MYSELF, a program serving young adults who are aging out of the foster care system and are in secondary educational settings.
Provides direct service support coaching to college age youth, ensure all project deliverables are met; provide administrative and logistical support; and interface with all stakeholders of the projects to ensure effective collaboration and communication.
Works within the Summer Housing and Internship Program (SHIP) under the Transitions for Youth grant including coordinating daily project activities, providing direct services to youth, ensuring all project deliverables are met; project planning and implementation, workshop development, participant internship placement, assistance with administrative duties and event planning.
Coordinates and supervises day-to-day activities of interns and/or part time employees.
Responsible for collecting, reviewing and organizing data collection and evaluation, coordinating and facilitating training to make sure that it is complete and inclusive of all stakeholders and meet contract requirements.
Reports which include program highlights and challenges will also be completed by this position.
Provides direct services to young adults aging out of the foster care system as part of Project Myself. Provides supportive coaching, runs educational workshops and organizes group activities for SHIP and SIP participants.
Creates and implements Positive Youth Development Workshops; assesses activities and evaluation of all programs in collaboration with other TFY Staff.
Interfaces with DCP&P; Staff along with youth serving community providers, consultants, trainees, instructors and vendors to ensure work is completed in a timely manner and meets all deliverables.
Completes program documentation, client case records, monthly, quarterly and annual reports, maintains documents required for contract deliverables, data collection from various programs, review inputs and analyzes data and generates reports as needed. Assist in writing, editing and preparing newsletters and website content. Provides input into program policies and procedures as requested.
Assists in the coordination of TFY training programs and off-site trainings. Communicates regularly with state child welfare staff, community partners and all TFY staff.
Supports a web-based client-level data tracking system and assist with outcome evaluation activities.
Information about the benefits provided to Rutgers employees can be found at: http://uhr.rutgers.edu/benefits/benefits-overview
Minimum Education and Experience
- Requires a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, sociology or related discipline, as well as two years’ experience in coaching and mentoring youth, event planning and implementation.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Must have experience providing services to youth and/or young adults aging out of the child welfare system.
Experience with the Positive Youth Development and Strengths Based Models, project coordination, training delivery and program evaluation required.
Must have experience working within teams. Strong communication, interpersonal and organizational skills and the ability to build relationships is necessary. Requires outstanding verbal and written communication skills and computer (Microsoft Office) literacy.
Must have a valid driver’s license and be willing to travel to sites throughout New Jersey.
The successful applicant will be subject to a background check including criminal history, drivers license/SSN verification, and child abuse registry check.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications.
Must also be able to gain mastery of use of on line data base documentation system.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
General Office Environment including light lifting. Position requires travel to various college campuses throughout New Jersey and travel for work throughout the state.
The successful applicant will be subject to a background check including criminal history, driver’s license/SSN verification, and child abuse registry check.
Recruitment/Posting Title: Project Coordinator I
Job Category: Project/Program Management/Planning
Department: School of Social Work
Position Status: Full Time
Hours Per Week: 37.5
Daily Work Shift: Day
Annual Minimum Salary: 45854.000
Annual Mid Range Salary: 57059.500
Annual Maximum Salary: 68265.000
Standard Hours: 37.50
Union Description: URA-AFT Administrative
Payroll Designation: PeopleSoft
Terms of Appointment: Staff - 12 month
Position Pension Eligibility: ABP
- Master of Social Work degree and New Jersey License (LSW or LPC) preferred.
Special Conditions: This position has multiple openings located in New Brunswick, Camden, and Newark.
Posting Number: 16ST3053
Posting Open Date: 10/17/2016
Regional Campus: Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Home Location Campus: Downtown New Brunswick
Location Details: 123 Church St 08901 800 Cooper St Camden