Jackson SUN Extended Day Coordinator

Impact NW | Portland, OR

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Posted Date 10/12/2021

Classification: Part Time/20hours per week. Must be able to work during the school year, 3:00pm-6:00pm during program sessions. 

Salary: $21.00/hr

Benefits: Prorated medical, PTO and Holidays

Impact NW started 50 years ago when a group of neighbors came together to address the growing poverty in their Southeast Portland neighborhood. Ever since, Impact NW has created life-changing partnerships with our clients to help them find their way and achieve their life goals. Key to our success is the cultural, educational, ethnic and social diversity of our employees. We tap our deep, diverse knowledge and experiences to build relationships with clients from many backgrounds and provide the extra guidance our clients desire. If you believe in what we do, join our team. Together, we can find a way.  


JOB SUMMARY: The Extended Day Coordinator works under the supervision of the SUN Site Supervisor and provides coordination of the after school and family night programs for families and youth.



  • Assist in the development and implementation of SUN programs. 

  • Assist SUN Site Supervisor in the oversight of extended day programs and supervision of volunteers, teachers and participants. 

  • Assist with hiring and training staff and volunteers as well as organizing family nights and special events.  

  • Manage SUN program in SUN Site Supervisor’s absence.  

  • Assist in assessing the needs of students and community, creating classes, conducting student registration, communicating with parents about schedules and changes, and ensure the smooth running of classes and activities.  

  • Collaborate with SUN Site Supervisor and the school to create a high quality program that supports academic achievement and the healthy development of students.

  • Provide a safe and secure environment for participants. 

  • Assist with tracking participants and monitoring the building to ensure safety and security.

  • Complete student tracking both accurately and timely in terms of student safety.

  • Work with students needing behavioral support to create behavior plans and monitor goals for improvement.

  • Coordinate data collection, documentation, filing and database maintenance in accordance with agency’s management information systems and program needs.

  • Actively develop rapport with students, staff, and families. 

  • Assist with the outreach and recruitment of volunteers, community organizations and resources to support the SUN program, the school community and neighborhood, and the needs of students and their families.

  • Effectively communicate school and Impact NW policy, mission, values and decisions to program staff, volunteers, collaborating organizations and the community.

  • Effectively work with individuals of diverse backgrounds.


Requirements and Qualifications


Any combination of experience and training that would likely meet the following requirements:

  • Associate Degree and/or equivalent training and a minimum of two years experience in the field of education or related human service field. 

  • Positive kid management and communication skills.

  • Well-versed in Microsoft Office, including Excel and Publisher. 

  • Able to create attractive promotional materials, spreadsheets, and perform data entry.

  • Knowledge of the Portland and local school community.

  • Excellent coordinating and organizational skills including the ability to engage a broad spectrum of community members in Impact NW programs and activities.

  • Ability to organize, prioritize and complete multiple and varied tasks.

  • Ability to communicate directly and effectively, both orally and in writing.

  • Sensitivity and ability to relate to people from diverse lifestyles and cultures.

  • Ability and willingness to work as a team member and support the mission and goals of Impact NW. 



  • Willingness to get COVID-19 vaccination or show proof if required per organizational policy 



  • Bilingual English/Somali or English/Spanish or English/Arabic

  • Experience working with immigrant and refugee families from East Africa, the Middle East, and/or Latin America

  • Experience in volunteer management, administration, and staff supervision.



  • Repetitive motion, prolonged sitting and extensive visual involvement

  • Frequent climbing of stairs, moving throughout the building, and on feet for long periods of time

  • Ability to efficiently travel in order to perform duties and other agency related errands

  • Moderate lifting

Listing Type
Education | Nonprofit
Position Type
Part Time
Experience Level
Mid Level
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Salary Type

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