Child and Youth Program Coordinator

DysTech Inc.

Army National Guard (ARNG) Child & Youth Services (CYS)

Child & Youth Program Coordinator (CYPC) operate as a youth subject matter expert within the state, as it relates to planning and delivering youth programs and providing relevant supports and resources to Army National Guard military youth and families. The CYPC works closely with the Lead Child & Youth Program Coordinator, State Family Program Director (SFPD) and the Program Management Team to ensure youth services being provided meet the needs of the military population(s) being served and align with established national metrics of performance. Additionally, the CYPC actively works with the LCYPC to recruit, train and manage a state-level volunteer team, as well as builds local and state-level partnerships with youth service programs and organizations.

IDEAL CANDIDATE SKILLS:
The ideal candidate for a CYPC position is someone who has significant experience working with youth of all ages – in both formal and informal settings, possesses an awareness of youth development and youth developmental needs, the ability to manage multiple priorities and time-sensitive tasks, and experience with planning and operating both large- and small-scale events. Ideal candidates have experience related to developing and implementing youth curriculum, designing marketing materials and publications, completing program-specific reports, and the ability to successfully convey information in both verbal and written formats. CYPCs must possess a great attention to detail, an ability to analyze program data from multiple sources, and an understanding of, or willingness to learn about, the military and military community.

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