Youth Coordinator, working for both the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder (UUCB) and for the Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (BVUUF)
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder (UUCB) and the Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (BVUUF) are looking for a Youth Coordinator to serve both congregations. This person coordinates programming for Sunday mornings and Sunday evenings for middle school and high school youth. Weekly Sunday evening joint programming includes: (Coming of Age, Middle School and High School Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education (OWL), and High School Youth Group).
The Youth Coordinator works with the Director of Lifespan Faith Formation (BVUUF) and the Acting Assistant Minister (UUCB) to plan Sunday morning youth programming for each congregation. The Youth Coordinator also connects youth in both congregations with district-wide UU events, and may attend, if needed.
This position is 14 hours per week with pay of $17.50 per hour beginning August 1.
We are looking for a person who is eager to work in organizations in which the dismantling of white supremacy is a high priority. People with disabilities, people of color, indigenous people, Hispanic/Latinx, and LGBTQ+ candidates are encouraged to apply. Our congregations are committed to developing a diverse and talented staff team. We encourage you to apply if you are excited about this role, even if you are unsure whether you meet 100% of the requirements.
How to Apply:
Read the full Joint BVUUF/UUCB Youth Coordinator job description
Please contact email@example.com for more information and to submit your cover letter and resumé. Interviews will begin after July 7.
We are a congregation in the Unitarian Universalist Association which is a progressive and historic religious denomination. While it is not generally required or expected that an applicant/employee identify as a Unitarian Universalist or be a member of a UU congregation in order to work at UUCB, all UUCB staff members are expected to perform their job duties in accordance with the UUA’s values, principles and mission. In particular the following points, drawn from the Seven UU Principles, are of particular importance for our work environment and staff culture: • The inherent worth and dignity of every human being: We affirm the need for a human-centered workplace that allows our diverse staff to flourish. We also understand that our wider culture and society oppresses and denies human dignity, and we seek to counter the effects of that oppression in our hiring and workplace culture so that each person feels whole and valued. • Justice, equity and compassion in human relations, and the goal of world community with peace, liberty and justice for all: We speak openly and publicly of our support for social and political issues, including LGBTQ equity, racial justice, climate justice, gender equity, and reproductive justice. • The interdependent web of existence: We recognize that the liberation of all people is interwoven, and we work to counter patriarchy, white supremacy, colonialism, homophobia, transphobia, environmental exploitation, and other interrelated systems of marginalization.