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Community Programs Specialist

Kodiak Area Native Association
Kodiak

Job Description

Oversee and coordinate needs of the Title VI Elder meals and Tribal Preschool programs, assist other Community Services programs as directed and assigned, and provide administrative assistance in support of Community Services Division.

Community Programs Specialist

Full-time / eligible for full fringe benefits

Located in Kodiak, Alaska

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Coordinate all aspects of the Title VI Elder Meal Program including but not limited to; grocery orders and delivery logistics to villages, monthly meal counts and reporting, timesheets, and other related aspects to ensure proper reporting and compliance. Collect necessary data and document for grant reporting and renewal. Maintain master grant files.

Coordinate training for program cooks in villages. Provide all necessary support information to cooks and subcontractors regarding food safety, preparation, nutrition guidelines, meal planning and menus.

Maintain programmatic relationships with Tribal sub-contractors in Ouzinkie and Port Lions, and maintain monthly contact with Tribal sub-contractors.

Coordinate Elder activities with other programs and community partners as needed or directed to achieve program goals.

Order, procure, oversee delivery of preschool supplies and curriculum as requested by teacher, supervisor, or as needed.

Order, procure, oversee delivery of groceries, elder meals, and other supplies as requested by tribal office, tribal administrator, supervisor, or as needed.

Provide support and assist other Community Services programs as assigned.

Use proper telephone etiquette and maintain professional demeanor at all times. Greet visitors, staff and others in a professional courteous manner.

Prepare and submit all accounting related documents, such as invoices and purchase card reconciliation, for processing by Finance Department in a timely and accurate manner.

Occasional travel to villages by small plane as necessary and occasional weekend and evening work for scheduled events.

Supervisory Responsibilities Serve as point of contact for Title VI and preschool program employees for administrative and technical support, process timekeeping, and oversee program implementation. With support from management, responsibilities may include participating in interview process; and training employees.

Minimum Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent and two years related experience involving clerical/administration, program administration, or program budgeting; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Associate degree preferred.

Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.

Intermediate knowledge of Database, Internet, Spreadsheet and Word Processing software.

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Employment Type

Full time

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