The principal role of the Site Lead is to provide overall site supervision. Site Leads play an essential role in creating an environment within the Village where everyone can feel safe, respected, and connected, so that people who live, work, or serve can always feel at home.
E1V has a strong and growing presence in the margins of the community. As such many people need love, support and help in many areas of their lives, i.e. physical, mental, emotional, relational and spiritual. This includes not only the people we serve, but also the people serving alongside us. Like every member of the staff team, the Site Lead should engage people in a respectful and authentic way that helps to build connection and trust.
This is a position in a new village, so the Site Lead must be adaptable to changing circumstances and realities, and be willing to embrace new responsibilities as needed.
- Champion of vision, values, and culture of Everyone Village
- At least a year of hands-on experience working with marginalized, at risk, economically disadvantaged, physically/mentally disabled, substance abuse/dual diagnosed and homeless individuals
- An ability to communicate effectively with diverse communities and to adjust communication style to audiences as appropriate
- Top-notch problem-solving skills with the ability to quickly assess a situation
- High level of attention to detail, comfortable with regular reporting
- Ability to work in harmony with and serve a broad spectrum of humans
- Exceptional model of personal integrity
- CPR certification within 30-days of employment
While some specific responsibilities are spelled out later in this job description, the Site Lead should tackle her/his duties with the following over-arching priorities in mind:
- Problem Solving – as the on-site property manager, helping to solve villager conflicts and knowing who to go to for what is essential. The ability to troubleshoot when there are problems, take initiative, and make quick decisions is critical.
- Attention to Detail – working on a large site under construction with a wide range of organizations and individuals is tricky. Monitoring areas for damage to grounds, equipment and/or facilities, following procedures, and the careful documentation of incidents in a timely manner will be a necessity.
- Trauma Informed Leadership – when emotional responses are triggered, each person responds according to the extent of their emotional scars, traumas and emotional strengths. Site leads must be able to interact using trauma informed approaches that respects each individuals competencies.
- Support community partners and agencies providing service to the Village.
- Maintain a safe environment; de-escalate crisis situations and work with emergency personnel when necessary.
- Encourage voluntary compliance of village rules and record any violations.
- Monitor areas for damage to grounds, equipment and/or facilities and document all incidents promptly.
- Help to facilitate move-in and move-out activities.
- Communicate triumphs and tribulations with staff leadership.
- Serve as the primary contact during scheduled shifts.
Duration / Compensation
20 – 40 hours per week available at $20/hour. Paychecks are issued via direct deposit on the 15th and last day of each month. Eligible for PTO (paid time off) for sickness, holidays, and personal days, enrollment in Canopy EAP, Covered under the EveryOne Church Workers’ Compensation policy.
Physical and Environmental Requirements
Position requires frequent standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above and below shoulder level.
The statements listed are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties and requirements. This does not establish a contract for employment and is subject to change at the discretion of the employer.
Date Revised May 18, 2022