STRONG Facilitator (Full-Time)

Programs · Memphis, Tennessee
Department Programs
Employment Type Full-Time

STRONG Facilitator (Full-Time)


The Strong (Healthy Living) Facilitator is responsible for preparing and implementing hands-on minds on programming and activities and experiences for grades 6-12th that provide girls with the knowledge, skills, and encouragement to develop and sustain a healthy lifestyle leading to the following Strong Smart and Bold Impact Indicators:  healthy diet, physical activity, positive body image, sports team participation, avoidance of risky behaviors, mental health support, and perceived pressures for risky behaviors. 


  • Approach the work with girls and one another from their lens and experience, not your own 
  • Focus on qualitative and quantitative inquiry for continuous improvement 
  • Take ownership and proactive action for overall agency success 
  • Find the light and joy in the work through positive interactions with others 
  • Model the Girls Inc. mission as a strong smart and bold individual exhibiting strong leadership qualities and a can-do attitude  
  • Assist supervisor to provide the agency's vision and ensure all policies and procedures are followed by both staff, participants, and mentors/volunteers in order to provide effective programming 
  • Implement Girls Inc. Strong (Healthy Living) curricula within a supportive, open, non-judgmental environment to ensure the Girls Inc. Experience 
  • Plan, develop and implement high-quality age-appropriate, intentional programming for girls in grades; 6-12th   
  • Assist with recruitment, registration, and retention of girls for school-based and center-based programming so that program capacity is met 
  • Work collaboratively with all agency program staff to ensure continuity of program delivery 
  • Distribute, collect, and submit program session paperwork and evaluations 
  • Assist with the collaboration of key community partners to ensure program growth opportunities 
  • Assist with planning, coordinating, and chaperoning special events, enrichment trips, guest speakers, etc. for participants and their families 
  • Assist with ensuring that the mentor/volunteer program is efficient and effective by providing the appropriate resources to the mentors/volunteers for a positive and quality experience 
  • Assist with ensuring effective and efficient program delivery model is documented, implemented, and evaluated through Compass 360 process in reference to registration, outcomes evaluation agreement forms, outcome evaluations, attendance, etc. 
  • Provide written evaluation of programming based on data from surveys, reflections, reports, and other feedback to support school-based and center-based reports 
  • Actively engage in qualitative and quantitative program evaluation, including Strong, Smart, and Bold Outcomes Survey and Seeding Success 
  • Provide accurate and timely information for grants and other funding applications, reports, and documentation 
  • Participate in periodic assessment of own performance, develop own goals and objectives; Actively seek personal and professional growth opportunities for self and any staff including participation in conferences, training, meetings, and seminars 
  • Confer regularly with supervisor; Keep him/her informed of problems, concerns, needs, trends, and unusual circumstances 
  • Counsels girls individually or collectively, and makes referrals as needed 
  • Advocate in the community on behalf of agency, women, and girls in keeping with the Girls Inc. public policy platform 
  • Embrace challenges, new experiences, and be willing to be flexible and stretch to exhibit our learning and growth culture 
  • Show up in the work with a creative, entrepreneurial, upbeat, and collaborative spirit 
  • Represent Girls Inc. of Memphis in a manner that conveys professionalism, confidentiality, courtesy, fairness, personal integrity, and respect for others 
  • Support all departments in agency events 
  • Follow all agency policies and procedures as outlined in the employee handbook 
  • Perform other duties as assigned, cheerfully 


  • Must be 21 years or older 
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred, but at least a high school diploma and experience in youth development  
  • An articulate belief in the mission of Girls Inc.  
  • Effective written, oral, and presentation skills  
  • Demonstrated abilities in incorporating a diversity of cultures, ethnicity, languages, abilities, and socioeconomic backgrounds with all stakeholders 
  • Integrity 
  • A sense of humor 
  • Computer proficiency- Office365, MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 
  • Ability to effectively manage and diffuse volatile situations  
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities  
  • Ability to bend, lift and move up to 20 pounds 
  • Abilities to work nights and weekends 
  • A current valid driver’s license and car insurance 



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    Memphis, Tennessee
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