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Site Tutor
Monday-Friday  (15-30 hours a week)

Overview: In keeping with the Mission Statement of the Coalition, to implement programs and build effective relationships with the children to fulfill the ministry and mission of Coalition For Kids.

Responsibilities:
• Attend all appropriate meetings and events
• Participate in all necessary trainings
• Obtain a Commercial Drivers License
• CDL licensed personnel are required to follow transportation procedures and responsibilities
• Provide a safe environment and oversee children’s daily activities
• Set a positive Christian example in word, actions, attitudes and relationships
• Establish an effective, positive, personal and team relationships with schools parents and staff
• Prepare and use educational resources for daily classroom activities
• Build relationships with the children
• Check homework daily
• Complete necessary paperwork
• Know procedures involved in programming operations
• Communicate with your Site Coordinator daily classroom behaviors

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Assistant Custodian

Job purpose

In accordance with the Coalition For Kids’ mission, the Assistant Custodian will assume the position of caretaker of the building and facilities, in the same manner to which he or she would for his or her own personal possessions.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Comply with OSHA, fire department, water department, alarm system, locksmith, plumbing, and DOH guidelines for building maintenance and sanitation.
  • Notify supervisor about supply needs
  • Monitor security of buildings, such as; making sure doors and windows are locked and locks are in working order.
  • Paint, as needed.
  • Handle urgent pest controls that don’t require a professional.
  • Assist, supervise, and coordinate ongoing Volunteers with the Director of Community Outreach
  • Assists with office equipment moves and repairs.
  • Assists with small bus needs
  • Clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming them.
  • Gather and empty trash.
  • Pressure wash of outside of building, surrounding areas, filters, etc.
  • Service, clean, and supply restrooms.
  • Clean and polish furniture and fixtures.
  • Clean windows, glass partitions, and mirrors, using soapy water or other cleaners, sponges, and squeegees.
  • Dust furniture, walls, machines, and equipment.
  • Mix water and detergents or acids in containers to prepare cleaning solutions, according to specifications.
  • Steam-clean or shampoo carpets.
  • Notify managers concerning the need for major repairs or additions to any building operation systems.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Two years of prior experience in building maintenance, preferably in a church or similar setting.
  • Ability and mechanical understanding of the following machines, tools, and other special equipment used to perform job duties; hand and small power tools, ladder, vacuum, floor buffer, cleaning, and polishing chemicals.
  • Able to demonstrate self-motivation and time management.

Working conditions

The Assistant Custodian will be a part-time employee and should be able to work a flexible schedule when needed such as; weekends and after regular business hours.

Physical requirements

The Assistant Custodian should have the physical abilities to lift objects up to 50 pounds, be able to walk equivalent to several miles per day, be able to climb ladders, and maneuver in hard to reach places.

Reports to

Chief Custodian, Director of Operations

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Section 702 of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provides that the religious discrimination law will not apply to a religious corporation, association, educational institution or society with respect to the employment of individuals of a particular religion to perform work connected with the carrying on by such a corporation, association, educational institution or society of its activities.

Questions?

If you have any questions or concerns, just click below to send us an email and we will be more than happy to help.

Would you prefer a paper application?

If you prefer to send us a paper application, simply click below to download our employment application. Please complete that and send it to Coalition For Kids, Inc.
2423 Susannah Street Johnson City, TN 37601

Meet our Team!

These are the amazing people who make what we do possible.

Randy Hensley

Randy Hensley

Executive Director

Randy has served as the Executive Director of the Coalition For Kids since its founding in 1998. Building on more than 15 years of business management experience, Randy has worked diligently to grow the Coalition For Kids from one site serving 25 children to multiple sites across Johnson City serving more than 300 low-income, at-risk children each day. Randy and his lovely wife, Melanie, have six beautiful children.

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Bethany Patton

Bethany Patton

Director of Operations

Bethany began working at Coalition For Kids in 2004 as a part-time tutor.  In 2006 she became a Site Director and served in multiple locations and capacities over the next 7 years.  Bethany became the Assistant Director of Programming in 2011, Director of Programming in 2014 and Director of Operations in 2017. Bethany and her husband, Chris, are proud parents of their son Cambron.  She is also a Worship Leader at their church where they both love to serve.

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Sarah Oaks

Sarah Oaks

Director of Grants

Sarah started with the Coalition For Kids as a Site Tutor in September 2008. She has served as Site Director at South Side, North Side, and Indian Trail Schools. In March of 2015 she started working as our Grant Director. Sarah holds Bachelor’s degree in Education from East Tennessee State University. Sarah and her husband, Ryan, love to spend time with their two children.

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Kelly Grieb

Kelly Grieb

Director of Finance

Kelly has worked as the Director of Finance since 2014.  She has over 10 years of business finance experience and a Master of Business Administration degree.  Kelly and her husband, Jacob have two children, Hadley and Harmon.

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Asia Fleming

Asia Fleming

Director of Programming

Asia began at Coalition For Kids as a Site Tutor in 2007. She has held several positions within Coalition For Kids, including serving as the Site Director of Indian Trail, South Side, and Kids In Action, Volunteer Coordinator and Assistant Director of Programming.  In her present position as Director of Programming she has the opportunity to lead the staff who work hands on with the students we serve. Asia and her fiancé, Bryson, love spending time with their son Cairo.

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Jordan Spain

Jordan Spain

Director of Programming

Jordan began working with the Coalition for Kids in the fall of 2011 as a part time tutor. After graduating with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from East Tennessee State University, she took on the role of Site Director at Indian Trail. Over the next few years, Jordan worked at multiple sites until she began working as an interim Assistant Director of Programming in 2016. In the fall of 2017, Jordan moved into a Director of Programming position. She is an active worship leader for different ministries in the area and is highly involved in her church.

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Cindy Young

Cindy Young

Director of Community Outreach

Cindy Young began working for the Coalition For Kids in October of 2015 as the Director of Community Outreach. Cindy attended East Tennessee State University and ran on the first women’s track team under Coach David Walker. She is a proud mother of three children, Jamey, Adam and Emily. She is a tennis teacher/coach in the summer and enjoys playing the game.  Cindy attends The Rock Fellowship Church in Johnson City, TN. and serves as a volunteer there.

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Jan Jacobson

Jan Jacobson

Director of Events

Jan began working part time at the Coalition in January 2018 as the Events Director planning all  in-house fundraisers. Prior to working at the Coalition she worked at Summit Leadership Foundation for 10 years as the Director of Administration and Event Planning. She enjoys volunteering at her Church and other local non-profit agencies; one of which is One Acre Café where she also serves on their board.  Jan is married to Paul and together they enjoy hiking, tandem biking and traveling to visit their two married sons, daughter-in-law’s and granddaughter Emery.

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Linda Wallace

Linda Wallace

Director of Human Resources

Linda joined Coalition For Kids in July 2009 as the Executive Administrative Assistant. In 2011 she took on a dual role of Director of Humans Resources.  Linda holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health and an Associate’s in Health Sciences from East Tennessee State University. She loves spending time with her husband, Greg, their son Boone, family and friends.

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Phyllis Dycus

Phyllis Dycus

Receptionist

Phyllis was the first employee hired when the Coalition For Kids began in 1998. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Health from Milligan College. Before coming to the Coalition, Phyllis taught physical education and worked as a church secretary. Phyllis and her husband, Dallas, cherish time spent with family-especially their grandchildren.

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Ryan Oaks

Ryan Oaks

IT Support Manager

Ryan started with the Coalition For Kids in August of 2017 as the IT Support Manager. Before coming to Coalition For Kids Ryan was a self employed web developer. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Sarah, and their two children.

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Hannah Snapp

Hannah Snapp

Site Director

Hannah started with the Coalition For Kids in August of 2015 as the Indian Trail Site Director. Before coming to Coalition For Kids Hannah has served in ministry full-time. She started at the Los Angeles Dream Center at the age of 18 before moving to New York City to work alongside her brother at the New York Dream Center. Hannah later served as a Youth and Music Pastor in Greenville, NC. Hannah and her husband Lucas love sports, music, and spending time with family.

Shelly Spann

Shelly Spann

Site Director

Shelly joined Coalition for Kids in July 2015 to develop a middle/high school program. Shelly serves in dual roles; she is the Site Director for the Liberty Bell campus and oversees our Science Hill student leadership program and she is also our program’s Mentor Coordinator. Shelly holds two Associate degrees in Business/Legal Studies and is currently a full-time ETSU student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and on to her Master’s degree. She loves spending time with her two children, her son-in-law, her granddaughter “Princess Lyla” and their furry family member Roxy.

Geordyn Houston

Geordyn Houston

Site Director

Geordyn came to Coalition for Kids as the Kids in Action (KIA) Site Director in 2017, and that is where she still remains. Geordyn has an Associate’s Degree in General Education and she will soon have a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services. She is passionate about the children and families that we serve at Coalition. In her free time, Geordyn enjoys reading, crafting, scuba diving, and doing things outdoors. 

Jordan Young

Jordan Young

Site Director

Jordan began working with Coalition in 2015 as a site tutor. In 2017 she took on a new role as Site Director for one of our off campus sites at South Side Elementary. She graduated from ETSU with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2013. She has a major in Mass Communications and a Minor in English. Jordan loves spending time with her husband Seth, and enjoys being a “pet parent” to their 2 dogs, Parsley & Pollen and their cat Primrose.

Sierra Dickson

Sierra Dickson

Site Director

Sierra began working as a part time tutor in 2014, after she received her Bachelors in Child Psychology. In 2016 she became a site director at Mountain View Elementary. Sierra is an active member at Hosanna Fellowship Inc. In her spare time Sierra likes hiking, reading, and hanging out with her friends. 

Madison Hensley

Site Director

Madison began at the Coalition for Kids as a Site Tutor in January of 2014. She was promoted to interim Site Director in the Spring of 2015 and by the Fall took on full-time Site Director responsibilities. Throughout the past few years, her passion for helping children has grown as she has broadened her educational career by working towards a Human Services degree. Madison also serves as a leader in her churches youth group, STUDENTS, and participates in leading worship at her church. 

Brittany Glover

Brittany Glover

Site Director

Brittany began working with the Coalition for Kids in the fall of 2015 as the Site Director for Cherokee. Since then she has worked with different sites and is currently the Site Director for 1st-4th grade students from Cherokee, Northside, and Fairmont Elementary schools. Brittany has been working in ministry and academic non-profits for 7 years. In addition to her role at Coalition, Brittany actively works in the Connections ministry at her church. Brittany and her husband Allen are expecting their first child, Berkley, in February.  

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