Program Coordinator (part time)

Employer: ChooseWell Communities, Inc.

Job Description

ChooseWell Communities (CWC) seeks an enthusiastic program coordinator who believes in the mission and vision of ChooseWell Communities.

Reports to: ChooseWell Communities Executive Director

Supervision Exercised: Volunteers and office staff

PT 30 hours.   M-F variable, with occasional weekends/evenings


In conjunction with the CWC Executive Director and Program Committee:

Plan, organize, and facilitate twice a weekly programming for ChooseWell Communities’ parents and children.

Identify and provide necessary resources (materials, connections, space, etc) to assure the success of CWC programming.

Act as a liaison between CWC participants and contracted peer support specialists, case managers and therapists.

Act as a liaison between CWC and designated community partners and other program collaborators.

Promote effective conflict resolution among participants when necessary.

Attend meetings with or on behalf of CWC participants.

Recruit, screen, train and supervise CWC volunteers

Contribute to programming, fundraising, organizational, and other related goals.

Maintain up-to-date tracking and task reports for programming, fundraising, organizational, and other related goals and committees.

Produce monthly expense reports for individuals and programs.

Perform general office duties and provide general administrative support.

Other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

Salary Range: < $35,000

Job Requirements:


Collaborative and patient work style, open and flexible communication, strong facilitation skills, ability to navigate complex group dynamics, comfortable with and embracing of change, and ability to build strong, supportive relationships with program participants inside and outside programming time.

Experience with or willingness to learn about substance use disorders and recovery especially as these impact families with young children.

Experience working with individuals, children and other family members in a social service setting.

Experience or knowledge of Trauma Informed practice and Adverse Childhood Experiences.

Excellent organization skills and oral/written communication skills.

Task-oriented self-starter, with good problem-solving abilities.

Experience in meeting planning, program implementation and evaluation.

Experience working with volunteers.


Two or more years’ experience working in an office setting, preferably a nonprofit organization.

High school diploma.  Associates or Bachelors preferred.

Proficiency with MS Word and MS Excel.

Demonstrated project management experience.

Valid Kentucky Operator’s Driver’s License; Ability to pass a routine background check.

Able to respect privacy of program participants and volunteers.


Mileage paid at standard federal business rate.

Health insurance and cell phone stipend.

Organization may pay part or all of certain professional development fees, subject to approval.

Reliable transportation required for job functions inside Jefferson County with occasional out of town travel.

Able to lift ~30 lbs.  Duties are performed in an office environment with no unusual physical demands.

How to Apply:

Submit cover letter and resume to:

Closing date:   June 28, 2019