Shalom Bayit seeks a dynamic youth educator to join our team. The Youth Educator will facilitate healthy relationships education and dating violence prevention workshops for Jewish youth, educators, and parents through our Love Shouldn’t Hurt teen dating violence prevention program. Position also includes outreach and collaboration with Jewish youth organizations, assisting the Youth Program Manager in youth leadership development, training and curriculum development; and opportunities to participate in Shalom Bayit’s broad-based community work on gender-based violence.
Salary and Benefits: $23-$26/hr ($48K -$55K Full time equivalent). Hours flexible. Opportunity for part-time OR full-time employment. Generous vacation, sick, Jewish holiday time; family leave; 403B retirement. Consensus-driven, social justice workplace committed to diversity, healthy boundaries, and respectful workplace culture.
• Facilitate workshops on dating violence, healthy relationships, consent, and boundaries to Jewish youth (elementary through college age) as well as companion workshops for parents and educators
• Conduct and coordinate outreach to Jewish youth groups, schools, synagogues, and camps
• Promote Love Shouldn’t Hurt locally and nationally
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date program statistics, program evaluation, records and documentation
• Provide training and technical assistance to communities seeking to replicate or implement our curriculum
• Help lead peer cohorts of youth interns
• Manage the Love Shouldn’t Hurt social media
• Perform all duties necessary to the function of Shalom Bayit programs, including but not limited to:
? Collaborating with team to ensure smooth running of agency office and programs
? Contributing to annual event production, including but not limited to youth-related programming
? Participating in agency planning; attending staff meetings, trainings and agency events
• Knowledge of Bay Area Jewish community and/or other Jewish communal experience
• Experience working with youth and/or background in consent education and preventing dating/domestic violence
• At least one year professional public speaking or workshop facilitation experience
• BA in related field or equivalent experience
• 40-hour domestic violence advocate training (can be completed after hire)
• Commitment to agency philosophy, mission and vision
Skills: The ideal candidate possesses
• Natural talent and ability to work effectively with young people
• Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with both coworkers and diverse populations in the community, including a wide range of cultural and religious beliefs, class backgrounds, sexual and gender orientations, ages, and abilities
• Effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
• Self-motivation and ability to plan, prioritize and organize workload
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Ability to work in a small, grassroots environment dedicated to empowering women and girls
• Personal qualifications of responsibility, sensitivity, flexibility, initiative and insight
• Commitment to and understanding of social change approaches to ending violence
Shalom Bayit staff and volunteers work collectively as a team. Individuals of traditionally underrepresented Jewish backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply. Shalom Bayit does not discriminate on the basis of socioeconomic, ethnic, or religious background; sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or language. We represent many Jewish backgrounds and denominations.
We do not provide services to batterers.