Community Engagement Manager – Coyote North
Reports to: Program + Engagement Manager
32 hrs/wk ; Exempt
Salary: $36,608; Benefits: 15% of salary
Time off: Includes 14 days paid annual leave plus 8 national holidays

Community Engagement Manager Job Description
The Community Engagement Manager is responsible for building and nurturing relationships with students, families, and community organizations in the North End through an equity lens. They will take the lead role in outreach and recruiting, ensuring classes at Coyote North are filled to capacity with particular focus on hard-to-reach families. In addition, they will coordinate the space for weekend programming. The Community Engagement Manager will be the ‘it’ person for creating and upholding Coyote culture in Lake City. Through listening to the needs of the community and potential partners, they will create and facilitate events that activate our space for community use.

This person will be responsible for:
- leading in school classroom recruitment and tabling at school and community events
- filling Coyote North Studio Coyote classes and assisting with registration for hard-to-reach families
- following up with families to ensure students have good attendance
- getting to know our family and student population deeply
- supporting weekend programming as the site host and managing weekend interns
- working with the Operations Manager to pull relevant data to track progress
- communicating with the Program + Engagement Manager about engagement initiatives, goals, and events
- understanding and clearly representing the Coyote mission, vision, values, and scope of programming
- understanding Coyote’s history of recruiting, including current and past partners
- creating, recruiting for, and managing Coyote North events targeted at engaging the community
- leveraging Coyote North’s resources and spaces for partner organizations and community events

Coyote Central is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to organizational, personal, and systemic growth in equity.  Coyote continues to build a teaching artist roster, staff and board that reflect the diversity and intersectionality of the students we serve. People of color, multilingual, LGBTQ and non-binary folks are strongly encouraged to apply.

Questions? Get in touch with our Program + Engagement Manager: bryn@coyotecentral.org

Application Deadline: April 26, 2019

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