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Mission Statement: Family Service of Roanoke Valley supports individuals and families as they journey toward lives of emotional wellness, healthy relationships, and a future filled with hope.
All Family Service employees are committed to the following values:
FAIRNESS-free from bias and/or injustice
SAFETY-free from physical, psychological, emotional, or moral injury, danger, or loss
RESPECT-acknowledgment of another’s value
VITALITY-capacity for meaningful and purposeful existence and sustainability
CAREERS BEGIN HERE:
Youth Development Specialist:
Family Service of Roanoke Valley has an exciting opportunity in our Youth Development program! Are you interested in working with a diverse and engaged group of professionals committed to empowering youth? Does working with children and teens in schools, after-school centers and neighborhood environments sound fun to you? Do you like to facilitate opportunities for youth to give back to our community and learn about themselves in the process? If you answered “yes” to all of these questions, joining our team as a Youth Development Specialist is the way to go!
Family Service of Roanoke Valley (FSRV), has provided services to the Roanoke community for 120 years, making us the oldest public serving non-profit in Roanoke. FSRV has provided Youth Development Programming to area children and teens for over 20 years. As a Youth Development Specialist, you would join a team of facilitators in teaching social/emotional learning and implementing service learning projects with elementary, middle and high school youth in the Roanoke Valley. Some post high school education is required and a bachelor’s degree in a human service field is preferred. Prior experience working with youth is a must.
Applicants must have a valid Virginia Driver’s License, clean driving record, their own personal vehicle (mileage reimbursed), and late afternoon availability. Bi-lingual applicants are encouraged to apply.
Send resume’ and cover letter to: Megan Alpine, Youth Development Coordinator, email@example.com.