High School Leadership and Site-Based Program Coordinator

Big Brothers Big Sisters has an opening in Northeast Indiana for a Program Coordinator.


  1. General knowledge of Service Area organizations, school systems and other community resources
  2. Understanding of social work and education concepts including best practices in child safety, high risk populations and development
  3. Commitment to the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Northeast Indiana
  4. Verbal and communication skills, emotional maturity, good judgment, integrity, flexibility, resourcefulness and enthusiasm
  5. Ability to facilitate and deliver predeveloped curriculum for our High School Leadership Program (HSLP) in a classroom setting.  The curriculum is delivered approximately once a week for 15 minutes followed by a related activity completed by our HSLP matches (high school student matched with a middle or elementary school student).
  6. Professional attitude and manner
  7. Must have valid Indiana Driver’s license and show proof of auto insurance
  8. Ability to organize, follow up, and focus on details
  9. Ability to relate in multicultural environments
  10. Ability to effectively collaborate with team members
  11. Experience/ability working with volunteers and youth
  12. Ability to effectively assess and execute the following relational support skills: guiding, supporting, confronting, advising and/or negotiating
  13. Ability to form and sustain appropriate child, adult volunteer-based relationships based on positive youth development and volunteer satisfaction
  14. Ability to develop meaningful, productive relationships with key stakeholders
  15. Demonstrated competency in strategy, execution of plans, goal attainment
  16. Commitment to innovation and process improvement
  17. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software
  18. Use personal vehicle to travel across multi-county service area, with primary work in service area
  19. Attend evening/weekend activities/events
  20. Carry/haul equipment, including banners, tables, chairs, IT equipment, and other materials


Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Education, Related Field, or experience in similar capacity

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Develop/lead efforts to launch new school-based programming.
  2. Serve as co-leader developing/maintaining relationships with key stakeholders including school administration and teachers, donors, mentors, and more.
  3. Assist Advancement and Enrollment teams to identify and enroll mentors and mentees
  4. Build on established relationships with school partners, to create MOUs, establish roles and responsibilities, and establish clear communication channels.  Maintain personal relationship portfolio to manage key stakeholders, including school administrators, funders, mentor advocates, and more.
  5. Build on BBBS HSLP and best practices, in coordination with BBBS leaders, to establish school-based programming with school partners.  Work with leadership to develop monthly and quarterly strategies and benchmarks to achieve annual goals.  Achieve annual program goals, including match support, billable hours, classroom management/presentation, customer relations, and more.
  6. Matching mentors with mentees coordinate Enrollment teams to enroll mentors and mentees.
  7. Deliver Standards of Practice and National Service Delivery Model (Standards/SDM) with Gold Standard excellence.  Provide quality match support to matched pairs, per BBBS SDM standards, to include documenting match engagement hours and meeting metric goals and development/implementation of curriculum, programming, Youth Development Plans, and more for mentors and mentees.
  8. Maintain program files such as case notes, entries into the Matchforce database, assessments and other program related records with quality, accuracy and timeliness of entries. Conduce timely match closures and reassessments.  Lead teams to identify and address program challenges and needs.
  9. Identify/maximize opportunities to increase quality of HSLP programming for youth, including curriculum, KPLs, classroom management, and more, including high ROI, resources, and best practices utilized throughout the BBBS network and mentoring fields
  10. Supervise individual cases, Site Based matches, provide case management services, maintain casework records, and reports on matches.  Follow timeliness set forth in SOPs to do so.

Floater and cross-departmental support

  1. Cross-departmental support – work with Enrollment & Match Support to identify needs and gaps, establish a plan and calendar, and ensure communication is strong between teams
  2. Serve as Match Support Specialist or Match Activities Assistant for departments as needed, to fill gaps related to absences, staff turnover, busy seasons and more.
  3. Other duties as assigned


This part-time position will coordinate the HSLP and Site-Base program for a school district(s).  The hours will vary week to week, based on the needs of the HSLP and our Site-Based matches.  This position’s hours will vary from 5-20 hours a week, with most hours occurring Monday-Friday between 8:00am – 3:30 pm.  If work is completed, this position will have school breaks off.

Send resume to Kamontee Grayson at kamontee.grayson@bbbsnei.org  or

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana

Attn:  Kamontee Grayson

1005 W. Rudisill Blvd. #101

Fort Wayne, IN  46807

Entry Level Production

Nucor Fastener Indiana in St. Joe, IN, United States has Entry Level Production openings.

Nucor Fastener Indiana, a division of Nucor, the nation’s largest recycler, largest manufacturer of steel and steel products, is seeking to assemble a hiring pool of qualified applicants for production jobs.  Most production positions in our plant require moderate to heavy lifting and can be physically demanding.  We are looking for candidates who are willing to work any shift and are committed to a drug-free environment.  Safety is the most important part of all jobs within Nucor; therefore, candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to initiate, lead and uphold safety practices, policies, procedures, and housekeeping standards at all times.


With a firm commitment to our team members and a variety of other benefits and performance incentives, it’s easy to see why Nucor is named one of America’s best employers.  We work together to create a safe, positive, and engaging environment for each other.  While delivering the highest quality products and service for our customers, we lead the steel industry in environmental responsibility.  Joining our team means working with people who have your back and are invested in helping you build a strong future.  You will never stop learning at Nucor – and when you are ready to take the next step in your career, we’re ready, too.


Medical and dental are just the beginning.  We value our teammates and offer benefits packages that also include profit sharing, retirement savings, scholarships and tuition reimbursement, and unlimited growth potential.  We strive to avoid implementing layoffs or furloughing our Teammates.  We very strongly believe that a Nucor Teammate who does their job properly today, should feel confident that they will have a job tomorrow.  For more information on our benefits go to Nucor.com/benefits.

Only candidates submitting electronic applications will be considered.  No phone calls please.

Nucor teammates must be able to perform all essential functions of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation.  Nucor considers reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with a disability.

Individuals who register should be prepared to complete a brief questionnaire.  Previous registrants will need to take the questionnaire again to be considered.  Nucor will be accepting submissions through 08/31/2023 or until a set number is reached.

Each individual should submit only one questionnaire related to this job posting.

Nucor is an Equal Oportunity/Affirmative Action Employer – M/F/Disabled/Vet- and a drug-free workplace.