The OCFJC Foundation is currently looking for the right candidate to join our team as a Youth Empowerment & Prevention Educator. Applications will be excepted from August 1st until August 31st.
The Youth Empowerment and Prevention Educator position is responsible for delivery of the Children’s Survivors Academy programs. Programs include Real Teens. Real Talk., Kids Creating Change, and support for the development and implementation of a variety of other youth events. These events include workshops, training , conferences, and other related activities. The Youth Empowerment and Prevention Educator will also provide act as a mentor coach, supporting the youth to facilitate personal, social and educational growth in youth participants as well as encouraging greater social inclusion. In addition, the Youth Empowerment and Prevention Educator will need to communicate clearly with parents and ensure all program policies and procedures are followed and implemented. The main office for this position is in the City of Anaheim; however, the implementation of programs will be conducted throughout Orange County at different partner sites. The program educator will also act as a point of contact for the site staff and parents to communicate/ report any issues or concerns in the absence of the site-based director/coordinator.
The successful candidate will be required to undergo a thorough reference check and background investigation related to this position. The background investigation will include, but is not limited to a
Criminal history check, verification/evaluation of current and past illegal drug use, employment history, and a polygraph examination related to this position.
The OCFJC Foundation is supported through the generosity of Southern California individuals, corporations, and grants. Donors who contribute above $500 are members of our Justice Circle and can be recognized at select events. Additionally, we host several signature fundraising events and targeted fundraising campaigns to support our programs.