Kids Club Coach
Our program allows participants various opportunities to develop leadership skills
while serving families in poverty in SW OKC. As our participants engage in real
life situations, they will develop skills essential for ministry and deepen their
spiritual growth. If possible, we encourage our staff to live in the neighborhoods
Reporting to the Kids’ Club Director, coaches will serve as the classroom teacher
for our child & adolescent programs that supports families that are impacted by
poverty. Intentional and consistent relationship building is an essential aspect of
this role, not only for our students, but also their families.
– Assist participants in homework help
– Lead group discussions, lessons and/or activities for the day
– Foster a positive environment with respect and teamwork amongst your
Leadership & Management
– Set a good example for participants.
– Be available and help support organization goals while working alongside all
– Use positive reinforcement with kids in your care.
– Offer choices to empower kids to make good choices.
– Promote teamwork in problem solving by giving everyone a voice.
– Report critical incidents to Program Director.
– Use your natural talents, skill, knowledge and experiences to enhance the
mission of the organization
Planning & Programs
– Be creative and relational by implementing the vision for the program.
– Be responsible for the participants under your care.
– Be engaged with staff, participants and volunteers while working.
– Ensure a safe, respectful, positive and fun environment.
– Share your faith through relating to others.
– Help participants problem solve interpersonal dilemmas.
– Provide opportunities to discover and develop talents of participants.
– Teach participants how to make healthy choices.
– Be available to help set up and clean up at the beginning and end of each day.
1. Show up on time for programs & events. Limit absence to no more than two
workdays per semester.
2. Volunteer at least once a month at Outpost (Sundays at 4:30pm)
3. Attend Adventure trip each month. (Paid activity)
4. Be an active member of a Christian community of faith.
5. Advocate and stay true to the mission of the CCIO.
6. Once a month volunteer options: eat lunch at school with team, volunteer at a
school event, attend an extra-curricular activity of a student.
1. High School diploma or GED.
2. At least 18 years of age.
3. Experience in leadership with children and youth.
4. Legally eligible to work in the USA.
1. Participate in all training events.
2. Agree to sign the ONE Employee Covenant.
3. Monthly evaluations with Program Director and/or Executive Director.
After School Program – January 2018
16-week contract – $10 per hr
Monday-Thursday from 3-6pm
Comments or questions are welcome.