Jobs & Internships

ERYC Youth Advisor/Office Assistant
Youth Advisor- Office Assistant (25-40 hours per week)
Position Summary
Under the direction of the Manager of Strategic Impact, this position supports the mission of the organization by advising on various Eagle River Youth Coalition (ERYC) and community initiatives from the perspective of a young person, and performing administrative office duties and other responsibilities as needed.

Position Responsibilities
Youth Advisor
From the perspective of growing up in the community, offering insight and advising on various programs and projects.
Helping to identify protective factors (strengths) and risk factors (needs) facing local youth and families in the community.
Supporting conversations with the staff team, board of directors and community partners with a specific perspective of navigating local resources.
Supporting facilitation of positive media campaigns with appropriate staff members.
Co-facilitation of the Youth Leaders Council (YLC), a youth advising cohort of approximately 30 teens representing all local high schools. YLC members meet monthly to advise on various community initiatives.
Opportunity to become certified as a trainer, providing specific prevention education to local youth, parents and community partners.

Office Administration
Organizing various office operations and procedures. Duties may include supporting with program materials preparation, office supply ordering, and responding to office needs.
Supporting with various data entry needs, including inputting evaluation results and tracking contact information.
Maintaining contact database.
Supporting volunteers as a liaison with organizational needs.
Performing general office duties and support with ERYC projects as needed.
Supporting with occasional weekend and evening events as needed.
Attending bimonthly staff meetings and sharing updates.

Social Media

Compiling monthly electronic newsletter.
Coordinating various social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Updating ERYC website with events, blog posts, and other relevant information.
Writing occasional news articles and spotlights.

Additional Requirements:
Young people between the ages of 17 and 25, who have lived in the County 5+ years, and who are bilingual Spanish/ English youth are highly encouraged to apply. Knowledge, experience or a commitment to cultural diversity and inclusion of all people in our society is required.
Position requires strong organizational and communication skills and an ability to multi-task. Basic computer skills, such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Google Docs are required. Advanced social media skills preferred.

The Youth Advisor- Office Assistant role will be primarily based out of the ERYC Edwards office with an opportunity for flexible scheduling. The position will occasionally be required to perform position duties outside of normal working hours. Travel to meetings throughout the county and occasionally out of county may be required. It is important that the candidate is able to conduct themselves in the most courteous and professional manner. Starting pay range, depending on experience, is $14-$17/ hour for 25-40 hours per week. Benefits available if position is filled as full-time.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Mikayla Curtis at mcurtis@eagleyouth.org.


The Cycle Effect
seeks an Eagle County Program Coordinator
The Cycle Effect's Mission: Empowering young women through mountain biking to achieve brighter
futures and build stronger communities.
Position
Reporting to the Executive Director and Development Director, the Eagle
County Program Coordinator serves as a key team member and an active
participant in making and implementing strategic decisions affecting The
Cycle Effect.
Responsibilities
Programming
● The oversight of part-time coaches and Eagle County Programming.
● Creating, planning and executing both programming, fundraising and
community engagement events.
● Oversight, tracking and maintenance coordination of all program
equipment, including: bikes, gear, vans and trailers.
● Ensuring programming policies, emergency procedures and training
materials are up to date and accurately distributed to the necessary
persons.
● Monitoring participant surveys, recruitment, attendance and provide
coaches with the tools/information they need to run successful
programming.
● Coordinating community service projects and volunteers for the
organization.
Development
● Writing, tracking, reporting, and follow-up of grants for the entire
organization.
● Manage the gift entry process in SalesForce, gift processing, donor
acknowledgement, tax receipts, donor tracking and communications,
and database maintenance.
● Assist with mailings, preparing lists, general office tasks as required.
● Helping the Development Director and Executive Director with
administrative tasks such as website maintenance, social media,
production of quarterly newsletters, marketing, collateral ordering, etc.
Responsibilities to Participants and Families
● Maintain a positive and welcoming attitude
● Provide service above and beyond the participants expectations
● Be compassionate while maintaining clear boundaries
● Analyze participant statistics to recognize trends and possible areas of
improvement
● Remain available to build relationships with families and help with any
questions or issues
● Ensuring we have the proper coaches and personnel at practices and
events throughout the year
Qualifications
● At least two years of experience in a non-profit organization;
demonstrated success in a programming or development role
● Excellent communication skills, both written and oral; ability to
influence and engage a wide range of donors and build long-term
relationships
● A strong understanding and proven track record in grant-writing
● Exceptional computer skills with Google (Docs, Calendar, Admin,
AdGrants, etc), Salesforce, newsletters, Wordpress
● Proven ability to manage and create team unity even amongst a team
that may work remotely
● Experience in program design and management
● Bachelor’s degree required
● High energy and passion for The Cycle Effect mission is essential
● High level of critical thinking skills
● Strong organizational and time management skills with exceptional
attention to detail
● Ability to build relationships with various types of people (participant
families, sponsors, donors, volunteers, etc.)
● Ability to remain calm, flexible, compassionate and patient
● Self-motivated to initiate projects for the improvement of The Cycle
Effect
● Willingness to do whatever is needed
● Must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule
● Dependable team player
● Continual “participant first” focus
● Physically able to lift 50 lbs
● Valid Driver’s License & clean driving record; background check
required
● Spanish language skills preferred
Physical Requirements
This position spends a large amount of its time in the outdoors on mountain
bike trails. The position is responsible for teaching middle school and high
school girls how to ride a bike and navigate trails, including single tracks,
and coaches them on how to handle a variety of terrain, including technical
courses. It is also responsible for spotting student athletes when necessary
and at times, helping student athletes move their gear (bikes, helmets, etc).
As such, the position must be physically capable of riding a mountain bike,
on at least intermediate trails, for several miles at a time. This position
must also be able to physically perform, in a competent manner, the same
elements it is responsible for teaching. It must also be physically capable of
lifting and hauling gear of up to 50 lbs.
Compensation
● Salary is commensurate with experience
● Benefits package includes employee retirement, paid vacation, sick
time and holidays, ski pass, bike industry and partner discounts,
continuing education.
How to Apply
● Please visit www.thecycleeffect.org/jobs to apply and submit your CV
or resume.



The Literacy Project is seeking a Communications Coordinator.
Job Description
This position will work part-time in collaboration with The Literacy Project director and staff to provide information to the public via newsletters, website, press releases, social media, printed media, etc.
The coordinator will work with The Literacy Project to develop and implement communications strategies with The Literacy Project’s key constituencies: donors, students/families, volunteers, community members, and board members. The coordinator’s primary responsibilities are in marketing and communications in an effort to promote a positive public image among The Literacy Project's various audiences.
This position will also collaborate with others in the organization to achieve brand consistency, coordination of messages, and the highest standards for external communications. This position is responsible for coordinating organization-wide design, message, and content generation, including electronic and print communications.
Responsibilities
• Collaborates with others to implement internal and external communication goals identified in The Literacy Project's Strategic Communications plan (e.g. Literacy Project staff and board members) for the purpose of identifying audiences for marketing efforts and ensuring objectives are achieved in the most efficient and timely manner.
• Communicates with various stakeholders (e.g. volunteers, students, donors and community groups, etc.) for the purpose of informing and/or presenting information through various mediums (e.g. emails and newsletters) in compliance with The Literacy Project’s mission and goals.
• Compiles data and information in preparing for print or distribution.
• Designs electronic and printed media products (e.g. annual report, websites, publications, newsletters, brochures, posters, presentations, etc.) for the purpose of communicating and promoting a positive image.
Duties as assigned
- Create and maintain a press kit
- Writing and editing of The Literacy Project’s annual report
- Facebook updates (at least 3 per week)
- Website event calendar updates
- Website banner updates
- Website forms and documents updates
- Draft news articles for local media
- Draft news articles for volunteer and community newsletters
- Layout and design of volunteer newsletter
- Layout and design of community newsletter
- Organized giving support (e.g. Colorado Gives/Eagle County Gives)
- PowerPoint presentations for major announcements
- Database cleanup and management
- Updated print materials
- Logo cleanup and/or redesign
- Event photography
- Development of a photo library
- Event support
Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree, preferably in marketing, English/journalism, or a related communications field
• Three+ years of marketing, communications, media or public relations experience
• Excellent written and verbal skills
• Creative thinking and problem solving skills
• Demonstrated interest in literacy, education and ESL/ESOL
• Experience managing websites, Wordpress, Constant Contact, Facebook, Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop preferred.
• Ability to work effectively with multiple individuals and manage several projects at once

Contact Colleen Gray at literacy@evld.org



Walking Mountains is hiring two part-time STEM instructors to aid in the implementation of the middle school STEM program. The program meets after school Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at three middle schools. It will be approximately 10-15 hours per week at $22 an hour.

http://www.walkingmountains.org/employment/stem-instructor-2/

Contact info: Amanda Hewitt, STEM Coordinator, amandah@walkingmountains.org

Amanda Hewitt | STEM Coordinator
Walking Mountains Science Center
318 Walking Mountains Lane | PO Box 9469 | Avon, CO 81620
970.827.9725 ext.126 | amandah@walkingmountains.org
www.walkingmountains.org



Preschool Teacher Needed For New School Year!

Mountain Tots Preschool is a well-respected preschool in Eagle, Colorado serving Eagle County children since 1974. We are dedicated to providing a quality preschool experience for children 3-5, with interactive learning and memorable social interactions. We are seeking a highly motivated full-time Preschool teacher to inspire and be part of a great teaching team. An excellent candidate will be able to create and maintain a healthy & loving environment for children, staff & families. In addition, you must be able to plan both long and short range activities in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy. You must be Early Childhood Lead Teacher qualified by the State of Colorado, reliable, compassionate and professional and be able to pass a full background check. We offer competitive wage and recent Early Childhood Education grads and Elementary Education candidates are encouraged to apply.

Job Type: Full-time Lead Teacher (4 10 hour days)

Mountain Tots Part Time

Mountain Tots is in need of a 25 hour per week teacher. Monday-Friday, 10:15 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. (preferred), or 9:15 - 2:15. The Float Teacher works in both classrooms throughout that time frame and we have moved to "multi-age" classrooms (2 1/2 - 5 years).

Please call or email Sheryl Westenfelder if you have any questions.
Sheryl Westenfelder, Director
Mountain Tots Preschool
236 W. 3rd Street
Eagle, CO 81631
(970) 328-2300


Pooh Corner Preschool is looking for a Full Time Lead Qualified PS Teacher. Email Gwen for details or to send
application, gwen@poohcorner.co

Mountain Valley Lutheran Preschool is seeking a part-time teacher aide. Interested applicants please contact Pastor Nathanial Winkel at 979-328-6718 or send email with resume to mtvalley@sanisabel.net

The Family Learning Center is looking for a Lead Preschool teacher!
The Family Learning Center is a proudly non-profit early learning center committed to providing a quality learning environment for Eagle County's youngest learners. We are currently looking for a full-time, Early Childhood Teacher Certified Teacher to work in one of our preschool classrooms. If you have the drive and desire to make an impact in children's lives, we want you on our team!

Basic Position Responsibilities:
• Lesson Planning
• Classroom Management
• Foster positive behaviors.
• Communicate effectively with Staff and Families.
• Work with families and community partners.
• Work as part of a teaching team.
Minimum Position Requirements:
• Meets Colorado State Licensing Standards for Early Childhood Teachers
• Ability to pass background check
Please contact mfox@flcedwards.org for more information or to apply!

Part-Time Consultant
Mind Springs Health is looking to hire a part-time consultant that is well-connected with the Vail Valley community to assist us in our fundraising efforts for Building Sanctuary | Rebuilding Lives; the capital campaign for Mind Springs Health & West Springs Hospital. If you know anyone that is an experienced fundraiser and might be interested in discussing this opportunity please contact Roger Sheffield, Vice President of Development, rsheffield@mindspringshealth.org; 970-384-3042.

Grand Futures Prevention Coalition Seeking Executive Director
Click HERE for job description.

Club Z - In-Home Tutoring and Test Prep
Educational Consultant and Tutor Job Openings
Carla Cammarata
Owner/Director
Club Z! In-Home Tutoring and Test Prep
303-517-9799 (c)


AVID Tutors for Berry Creek Middle School. Contact Nanci Almonte at nanci.almonte@eagleschools.net


Parent Mentor Program Family Liaison
Part time position averaging 20 hours/week when school is in session. $20/hr. Must be fluent in English and Spanish, have two years experience working with children (0-8 year olds) and have a Bachelor's Degree. Send a cover letter, resume and references to jobs@vvf.org.




80%

of Eagle County high school students didn't use marijuana in the past 30 days.

Eagle River Youth Coalition - Making Youth a Community Priority
Physical Address: 34520 US Highway 6, C10 | Edwards, CO 81632
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4613 | Edwards, CO 81632
Phone: 970.949.9250 | info@eagleyouth.org
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