Do you like to help adults meet their personal goals, work with people from diverse backgrounds, identify resources to overcome barriers and solve problems, and design and implement educational programming? This position will allow you to coordinate volunteer efforts, support adult literacy students, and develop training and support programs.
If these activities sounds like you AND you are looking for a professional position with competitive salary, paid days off, and flexibility, then we want to hear from you. Our preference is to hire someone full-time for the position, but we will consider hiring two candidates who prefer part-time employment.
Our culture values each person and the journey they have experienced. Building trusting relationships is at the core of how we help others as well as maintain satisfied volunteers, and this person will be at the heart of our mission.
The right person for this position has strong interpersonal and written communication skills, is empathetic, adaptable, resourceful, organized, can analyze issues, and make decisions independently.
A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience with a non-profit organization, social service, or educational organization is required. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office along with Google Suite and database applications expected.
The Program Manager salary is a minimum of the high $30’s for the full-time position depending upon skills and experience.
For a job description, view here.
To apply, send your resume and cover letter to
. Preference will be given to applications received by April 15.
Location/Region: Bangor Area