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Job Listing: Program Quality Coordinator

School’s Out Washington (SOWA) is an independent 501c3 organization providing services and guidance for organizations to ensure all young people have safe places to learn and grow when not in school. School’s Out Washington is dedicated to building community systems to support quality afterschool, youth development and summer programs for Washington’s children and youth ages 5 to young adulthood. 

Position Summary

The Program Quality Coordinator works in conjunction with the King County Program Quality Director to promote program quality, increase the use of quality assessment and improvement processes by Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) programs and develop systems and tools to sustain quality improvement.

Reports to:  King County Program Quality Director

Location:  801 23rd Avenue South, Seattle, Washington

Responsibilities

Program Quality Improvement Initiatives

Quality Contract and Data Management

Administrative Responsibilities

Advancement of the Field

Communications

Assessments

Personnel Management

Other Responsibilities

Qualifications and Competencies

Hours and Benefits

This is a full time exempt position.

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Classification: Exempt

Salary: $38,500 – 49,000, Annually, DOE.

Eligible for full employment benefits: including medical, dental, vision, long-term disability, 403-B plan, and Paid Time Off policy. 

Initial Resume Review April 10. Applications accepted until role is filled.

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to: info@schoolsoutwashington.org with "Program Quality Coordinator" in the subject line or send to:

Program Quality Coordinator Search
School's Out Washington
801 - 23rd Avenue S., Suite A
Seattle, WA 98144

School’s Out Washington is an Equal Opportunity Employer. School’s Out Washington has a commitment to addressing racism, sexism, heterosexism and other discriminatory practices and a commitment to working toward racial equity through undoing institutional and structural racism. Women, People of Color, people living with disabilities, and LGBTQ individuals are encouraged to apply.

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