Assistant Site Coordinator – LaVenture

Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Salary: $15.25 to $17.17 /hour

General Description:

Under the supervision of the 21st Century Site Coordinator, the Assistant Site Coordinator is responsible for providing support to the 21st Century Learning Center Site Coordinator. The Assistant Site Coordinator will perform both administrative, and youth development functions, and be the responsible party on-site when the schedule of the Site Coordinator requires their presence outside of the facility. The Assistant Site Coordinator will also serve as the primary Family Engagement Coordinator. It is anticipated that the Assistant Site Coordinator will also serve as a lead Program Specialist, and when combined, makes for an app. 0.8 FTE position that will come with benefits.


  • Associate’s Degree or Greater; or, equivalent education/experience combination
  • Some experience in staff supervision
  • Must be minimum of 23 years old with valid Washington Driver’s license
  • One or more years providing youth development services
  • Possess the ability to remain poised, positive, and energetic in a busy work environment
  • Ability to communicate effectively using written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to use the current technology applications to maintain records and obtain data and information
  • Preference of candidates with familiarity and training in YPQA/I
  • Preference for Bilingual/literate candidates (English – Spanish/Mixtec/Triqui).


Essential Job Functions:

  • Ensures that staff and programmatic activities comply with all rules, regulations, policies, and procedures established at local, state and federal levels for the implementation of 21st Century Learning Centers
  • Ensures project staff establishes and maintains procedures to adequately document program activities
  • Ensures student and programmatic evaluation activities are consistently implemented
  • Provide guidance and leadership to program staff to maintain consistent improvement in program quality.
  • Actively engage youth during the school day to build strong relationships
  • Ensure a safe environment for all participants, staff, partners, and families
  • Facilitate and provide any necessary translation functions, both oral and written (English/Spanish – Mixtec and Triqui if possible)
  • Develop and implement partnerships and collaboration to strengthen family engagement and success
  • Support a culture that embraces a continuous program quality improvement cycle
  • Other duties as assigned.

Human Resource Cultivation Plan

  • Position closes when filled

Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit Counties is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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