Manager of High School Internship Programs at Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Since 1982, over 150,000 youth have been helped with Youth Opportunities Unlimited (Y.O.U.) programs. Y.O.U. helps teens and young adults, ages 14-24 living in economically distressed communities succeed by providing educational and workforce opportunities, skills development, and access to career pathways. We offer school-based and community-based programs designed to meet the needs of Northeast Ohio employers, with a focus on those industry sectors that provide the most opportunities for career success. At Y.O.U., we are dedicated to excellence and continuous improvement of the quality of our services to youth, employers, and the community.
We are deeply committed to providing services in Northeast Ohio through:
The Manager of High School Internship Programs works closely with the Director of Work Experience Programs to conceive, strategize, and organize department/program initiatives, goals, and outcomes that align with Y.O.U.’s strategic vision. The Program Manager is responsible for the overall implementation and execution of the program at Y.O.U. and is the first point of contact for upper management/executives on program information, progress, and achievement of outcomes. This is a highly visible role that will regularly interface with multiple internal departments and external entities to facilitate the provision of contracted services and plan for future program initiatives and activities. In addition, the Program Manager is responsible for a team of staff that the Program Manager will train, coach, mentor, guide, and designate clear duties and responsibilities for all team members. In addition, the Program Manager plans, monitors, appraises, and reviews job contributions of all team members and enforces Y.O.U. policies and procedures.
We are looking for candidates that are ready for that next step into management on their career path! Top candidates will have demonstrated leadership in their professional experience, fully understand youth development principles, and have experience working in non-profit organizations. Candidates must be experts in using data to make decisions and influence programs. They must also understand the legal and programming differences between a job and an internship.
All applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.
Posted date: 20 days ago