CAP Coordinator – Big Sky Public Schools

Job Description
Thrive verb \ ˈthrīv \
1: to grow vigorously : flourish
2: to progress toward or realize a goal despite or because of circumstances

Thrive believes that when families are strong, children succeed, and communities thrive. The Child Advancement Project (CAP) is one of Thrive’s signature programs and is designed to increase success for all children in the Bozeman and Big Sky Public Schools by matching students (k-12) with community volunteers to engage in in-school mentoring throughout the school year.

The CAP Coordinator is responsible for providing support to students, families, and school staff by:
- Coordinating 30+ community-member volunteers and facilitating their participation in the school-based CAP Mentoring program
- Working as a partner with the school district to ensure students receive extraordinary one-on-one mentoring in order to increase academic and social competency and to enhance students' opportunity for academic challenge.

This position works in each of the Big Sky Public Schools with occasional travel to the Thrive office in Bozeman (with paid mileage); employees in this position operate primarily out of the Big Sky Public Schools.

We Have:
● A terrific Mission Statement: To ensure that all children have every opportunity to grow, succeed, and become valuable members of our community
● An outstanding, vibrant culture with an established reputation of proven, evidence-based programs
● A 37-year history of successful fundraising efforts both locally and nationally, recently resulting in the most successful fundraising campaign in Thrive’s history
● A new, organization-owned office in West Bozeman
● An organization-wide commitment to education and action surrounding diversity, equity, & inclusion
● Comprehensive benefits, including: paid sick, vacation, and holiday time, paid health insurance, retirement contribution, hybrid work schedules, and more!

You Have:
● A passionate and strength-based approach to engaging students and community members
● Excellent engagement and relationship-building skills
● A team-based mentality
● A solution-based personality with a good sense of humor
● A strong commitment to and understanding of the positive growth and development of students.
● Demonstrated knowledge of human behavior and performance, including child and human development
● Experience with volunteer coordination
● A four-year degree in education, sociology, psychology, or related field
● 1+ years of related work experience
● Or, an equal combination of education and work experience

We’ll Also Love If You Have:
● A passion for seeing children and families thrive.

Note: This position may occasionally require the ability to be contacted for and/or participate in work-related events or tasks outside of normal working hours.

Thrive is an equal opportunity employer. The basis for recruitment, hiring, placement, training, compensation, and advancement at
Thrive is qualifications, performance, knowledge, skills, abilities, and/or experience. The information contained herein is not intended
to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job, nor are they intended to be an all-inclusive list of the skills and
abilities required to do the job. Thrive may, at its discretion, assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time
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