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Outreach Coordinator

 Full-Time / Posted 4 weeks ago






Position:  Community Outreach Coordinator


Salary Range:  Depending on Experience               

Vacation: Floating Holidays, Sick Time, and Vacation Time is awarded.

Selection Procedure: 

The selection process shall consist of an oral interview weighed 50 percent and evaluation of educational, work related and training experience weighed 50 percent.


General Statement of Duties & Responsibilities: 


Responsible for assisting the Center/Executive Director or designee in providing the overall implementation of the local campus outreach program including prevention, evangelism, discipleship and compassion. The local center outreach effort will be carried out in conjunction with the regional Outreach strategic plan which is determined by the regional Divisional Leader of Outreach and the Executive Leadership team. 


Position requires specific responsibility for:  1) overall planning, development. implementation and administration of each  outreach program including prevention, evangelism, discipleship and compassion.; 2) responsible for the purchasing, inventorying, maintenance, repair, storage and management of required equipment and supplies utilized in conjunction with the Outreach program; 3) assisting the Center/Executive Director or designee in program planning and budget preparation for the program component;  4) preparing of statistical data reports as required;  5) state wide travel;  6) participating with other outreach coordinators in formulating and effecting management policy and procedure;  and  7) supporting other program functions as needed.


This position is determined to be a ministry staff position by role and function. Duties will include when necessary or directed: Leading prayer and Bible studies, discipling students and others, conducting evangelistic or humanitarian outreaches, and teaching religious or non-religious instruction. 


Outreach program defined:


PNATC has four distinct outreach efforts/programs:


Prevention: Drug prevention and awareness programs presented in schools, youth groups, and public settings such as store fronts.

Evangelism: Efforts designed to Put Hope Within Reach of Every Addict including: homeless and jail ministry, and street and park ministry.

Discipleship: Partnering with the local church community in training and facilitation of Living Free recovery small groups. 

Compassion: Partnering with other non-profit in community programs and identifying local efforts that lead to impacting our local communities. 


Supervision Received: 


Works under the direct supervision of the Center/Executive Director or designee who will work in Collaboration with the regional Division Leader of Outreach whom determines goals, assigns work and reviews performance for overall effectiveness through reports, observation and conferences.  Employee shall exercise a high degree of independent decision and judgment in relation to scope of duties and responsibilities.


Supervision Exercised: 


Exercises full supervision of the local campus outreach program component including; prevention, evangelism, discipleship and compassion.


Examples of Principle Duties: (Examples do not cover all duties that will be performed).


  1. A thorough working knowledge of all program policies and procedures relative to assigned scope of duties and responsibilities included in the  “Staff Policies and Procedures Manual”, “Crisis Manual” and the “Student Manual”.


  1. Availability and cooperativeness to assist in other areas of the program as required by the Center/Executive Director or designee, 
  2. Possess good standards of personal hygiene and a clean neat appearance including prescribed standards for hair and dress.


  1. Plans, assigns, reviews and coordinates the Outreach program including prevention, evangelism, discipleship and compassion efforts. 


  1. Acts as primary liaison for outside inquiries and contacts with the public, including individuals, churches and related Christian organizations, schools, businesses, service clubs, civic groups, etc., requesting outreach ministry programs and presentations from the PNATC program.


  1. Development and implementation of student teams for outreach programs and presentations outside and away from the facility.  This will require state wide travel.


  1. Assembles data and prepares regular and periodic reports pertaining to the work and overall effectiveness of the Outreach program.


  1. Arranges for and provides transportation and meals to students involved with outreach programs and presentations outside and away from the facility.


  1. Prepares annual budget requests in accordance with program planning and available resources.


  1. Seek approval from the Center/Executive Director or designee for all publications, designs, contents and material utilized in the production and presentations of outreach programs; and,


  1. Other related work as required.


Recruiting Requirements – Knowledge, Skills and Ability:


The individual must understand that Outreach – committed to impacting the community, is a Core Value of PNATC.  Further, this individual must fully embrace PNATC outreach programs including; prevention, evangelism, discipleship and compassion. This position is key to a Center’s ability to express the many ways Christ can make a difference in a community’s life. 

  1. Considerable knowledge of the methods and practices of supervision and the ability to carry them out is required. 
  2. Considerable knowledge of administrative procedures and the ability to apply those principles.
  3. Working knowledge of sound equipment, projector, and related production equipment and the ability to apply that knowledge.
  4. Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form.
  5. Possess leadership skills and ability to build a dynamic outreach ministry and supporting student teams.
  6. Must have patience, tact, a cheerful disposition and enthusiasm.
  7. Considerable ability to work harmoniously with and to supervise the work of program students.
  8. Emotional maturity, professional objectivity and the ability to act in a Christian manner.
  9. Ability to carry out recommendations and directives of the Center/Executive Director or designee; 


Experience and Training:


  1. It is recommended that individuals who fill this position have a background in evangelistic endeavors. 
  2. It is recommended that individuals who fill this position be credentialed minister with PNATC or similar organization. 
  3. Three years of Adult and Teen Challenge experience is preferred, other ministry experience will be considered. 
  4. High school Diploma or GED is required. 



Special Requirements:


  1. Possession of, or ability to obtain within 30 days, a valid driver’s license in State of domicile.



  • Center Type : Women (18+)
  • Center Name : Twin Falls, Idaho Women's Center - Adult & Teen Challenge Pacific Northwest
  • Contact Name : Brian Nelson

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315 Grandview Drive Twin Falls, Idaho 83301Idaho,83301 Show Phone Number *****

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