Outreach Worker

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Rainier Beach Action Coalition
Rainier Beach
Job Info
Job Status: Open
No of Vacancies: 3
Date Posted: March 30, 2017
Expiry Date: December 15, 2017
Job Type: Temporary
Job Level: Mid level
Years of Experience: 0-1minimum
Salary Info
Salary Type: Min-Max
Salary: $2000.00-$3000.00
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Email cover letter, resume (include a minimum of two references) ATTN: Gregory Davis as soon as possible
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Under the supervision of the RBAC ABSPY Coordinator, represent Rainier Beach Action Coalition in its efforts to provide interventions aimed directly at the place-based risk factors that impact youth crime in five neighborhood engagement point (NEB’s) locations. OW will be responsible for overseeing youth and neighborhood engagement activities including coordinating, planning and implementing RBAC events and recruiting youth and community members to engage in RBAC activities e.g., Corner Greeters, Back2School Bash, RB Town Halls, Mobile Discovery Center deployment and other neighborhood building activities. In addition, case-manage a team of 3-5 youth engagement workers, and support Mobile Discovery Center Coordinator where needed.

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  • Participate at a high level in event implementation, booth management, team building, use of social media tools and academic support
  • Targeted audiences – Rainier Beach residents, businesses, service provider staff and clientele
  • Contribute to place based youth crime reduction
  • Up to 35 Corner Greeters events
  • At least 3 social media posts/week and 10 stakeholders added to FreedomNet network
  • Improved well-being of YEW workers on team
  • 20 surveys from youth and adults stating that the neighborhood is safer
 Essential Impact
  • Increase the number of neighborhood building or improvement projects in which youth participate in partnership with community organizations.
  • Increase the number of neighborhood building or improvement projects in which youth provide leadership and development support.
  • Increase in youth participation in structured activities after-school hours
  • Increase of youth observing personal safety practices and reporting of criminal activity
  • Increase in trust between youth and police (SPD)
  • Increased youth knowledge of local neighborhood issues and likelihood youth will engage in civic and other activities that promote the common good

Educational requirements:

High school diploma or GED

Experience requirements:

Some experience in community outreach and engagement preferred.