WorkSource Oregon AKA Science Program Supervisor in PORTLAND, Oregon

Inspiring Hope. Empowering Independence. For 50 years, Impact NW has been a leader in providing individuals of all ages with the skills and resources necessary to achieve success and to advocate for themselves and their communities. Impact is a diverse organization. We value the cultural, educational, ethnic and religious diversity of our team members. Our employees are passionate and compassionate and they are our strength in supporting our mission. JOB SUMMARY: The AKA Science Program Supervisor is responsible for the coordination, implementation, and oversight of all AKA Science programming and services. Primary responsibilities include program development, staff supervision and support, partner outreach and stewardship, fee generation, data tracking and reporting, and budget and contract compliance Job Title: AKA Science Program Supervisor Wage: $37,518/year - $43,394/year Classification: Full-time, exempt JOB SUMMARY: ' Supervise program staff in compliance with Impact NW personnel policies and procedures ' Oversee all program logistics in the following areas, with support from the AKA Science Program Coordinator and other staff as appropriate: 1. Program Supplies (includes: testing, assessing, and updating science activities; identifying, purchasing, and processing supplies) 2. Program Documents (includes: preparing curriculum, worksheets, supply lists, pre/post surveys, activity photos, training notes, extension activities, promotional materials, etc.) 3. Volunteer Coordination (includes: recruiting, scheduling, directing, supporting, and stewarding individual and group volunteers, especially related to counting and bundling supplies and assembling kits) 4. Site Coordination (includes: updating, coordinating, and processing service agreements; managing class and workshop registrations; gathering Class Leader info. 5. Class Leader (Instructor) Engagement (includes: managing training RSVP's and reminders; preparing for and facilitating trainings. 6. Program-Taught Classes (includes: coordinating logistics; processing contracts; preparing for and teaching classes; documenting attendance info; and troubleshooting) 7. Funder/Admin Tasks & Meetings: (includes: preparing for and coordinating data entry; analyzing and synthesizing data. ' Other duties as assigned. REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS: ' Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in science, education, or a related field ' Experience working with youth in educational programs ' Excellent coordination and organizational skills, including the skills to prioritize and complete multiple and varied tasks ' Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both orally and in writing ' Availability and willingness to travel efficiently in the Portland area by driving a personal vehicle with mileage reimbursement (this requires a valid driver's license, adequate insurance coverage on the vehicle, and a history of safe driving) ' Availability and willingness to work a flexible schedule, including occasional evenings and weekends JOB BENEFITS: 'Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) '100% employer paid medical, short term and long term disability and life insurance. '401K with e