Mentor Coordinator, Part-time

Posted by West Kensington Ministry at Norris Square on October 15, 2019

TITLE: Mentor Coordinator (Part-time, 20 hours per week) at West Kensington Ministry.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in social services required, Master’s degree preferred. Strong community networking and verbal communication skills required as well excellent attention to detail and computer skills. Prior experience in recruiting, training, and working with volunteers preferred. Demonstrated orientation toward helping youth who are disconnected from school and their families.


  1. Work collaboratively with Program Director (Adan) and community stakeholders to develop and execute Mentor recruitment plan that results in approximately 10-20 trained mentors.
  2. Implement mentor approval protocols, including background screening.
  3. Train mentors in program policies and mentoring best practices.
  4. Match mentors to youth, following program guidelines.
  5. Host events to match youth, support mentors, and recruit new mentors.
  6. Provide ongoing coaching and supervision to mentors to assure quality implementation of mentoring program.
  7. Manage youth recruitment and informed consent with adolescents and their parents/guardians.
  8. Implement approved evaluation protocols and time-lines for data collection.
  9. Maintain and protect confidentiality and security of all organizational information gained in the course of performing job responsibilities including, but not limited to, financial and client information.
  10. Keep budget and project management materials up to date.
  11. Other duties consistent with prior training and experience.

RESPONSIBLE TO: Project Director (Adan)

Interested? Contact Rev. Adan A. Mairena at 267-879-6310 (Cell) or

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