Kate’s Club’s vision is to create a world in which it’s okay to grieve, and we want you to join us in this work. We are a community for children, families, and young adults experiencing the death of someone close to them. The organization brings people together around grief, creating safe, in-person and online educational and therapeutic spaces designed to help everyone express all emotions that come with experiencing the death of someone important to them. We are growing our footprint in Georgia to expand our support of those who are grieving.
WE’RE LOOKING FOR A STRONG DRIVER
The person in this role will oversee all aspects of programming in our expansion regions, including Albany, Athens, Brunswick, and possibly new regions. In a time of exciting growth for the organization, this person will fill a critical role to ensure that our unique programming is delivered consistently and effectively. This person will wear many hats, including as a community builder, as fundraiser and marketer, and as a leader. They will supervise and mentor a team of regional coordinators and school facilitators and report to the Executive Director; they will work closely with other departments to execute the strategy for Kate’s Club in these regions.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
Execute Kate's Club's programming
- Ensure all elements are in place for flawless implementation of Kate’s Club programming regionally, including our Clubhouse activities for children, teens and families; KC Connects, our school and community-based grief groups; and ultimately LoKate, our program for young adults.
- Drive membership in Kate’s Club, coordinating with Statewide Membership Coordinator to bring families through the membership process.
- Drive recruitment, engagement, and training of volunteers, qualified facilitators and contractors for appropriate program.
- Oversee details including activity planning, materials and supplies, consistent with Kate’s Club’s approach and themes.
- Work with Data and Outcomes Manager to ensure tracking of participation and outcomes, across all programs.
Lead an extended team
- Manage and oversee all regional coordinators and contractors in different regions.
- Encourage and support professional development of team through internal training and external training opportunities
- Contribute to a culture that values community, fun, safety, and support while upholding Kate’s Club guiding principles of equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging
Drive strategy and management
- Work closely with Development and Marketing to build awareness in regions to help drive both membership engagement as well as support.
- Help conduct community needs assessment to determine where resources should go within a region as well as investing in new regions.
- Help identify and build community partner relationships.
- Set impact goals and manage the budget in all regions.
WHAT YOU WILL BRING
- A love of detail and execution: the ability to track multiple activities across several different locations while still keeping a focus on the mission of the organization
- 3-7 years of project management experience required, preferably within a therapeutic or client-based setting
- Proven achievement in recruiting volunteers and qualified contractors
- Leadership experience in managing a remote team
- Ability to analyze and utilize data related to tracking activity and outcomes of programming
- Enthusiasm to elevate Kate’s Club brand and messaging locally and nationally
- The ability to travel to Albany, Athens, Brunswick, and other locations regularly (2 times per month)
WHAT WE OFFER
- A flexible hybrid model of work, based on location within Georgia (Offices are located in Brookhaven, GA)
- A salary range of $65,000 to $70,000 annually
- Paid time off, health benefits
- Professional development opportunities
- A strong culture of support and belonging
- An unparalleled depth of expertise in grief, with recognition for our work at the national level, and a strong strategic vision, with financial support, to continue to build a world in which it’s okay to grieve
HOW TO APPLY
Grief does not discriminate. As such, Kate’s Club is committed to building a diverse staff, reflective of the population it serves. We encourage anyone who has a passion for building a world in which it’s okay to grieve to apply, even if your experiences do not line up exactly with those in the position description. Please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will begin reviewing submissions on December 4.