Position: Youth Services Coordinator
Department: Professional Programs
Type: Phone-based and in-person
Reports to: Director of Professional Programs
Population: Youth with brain injuries, their families, schools, professionals
Office Location: 1325 S. Colorado Blvd., Suite B300, Denver, CO 80222
Preferred Start Date: Open until filled
Starting Pay: $50,000
The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIAC) is the go-to resource for help and services for survivors of an injury to the brain, their families, and providers. BIAC fosters a flexible work environment that encourages creativity and collaboration. We are seeking compassionate individuals who want to be part of a fast-paced and growing organization.
The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado is the go-to resource for help and services for survivors of an injury to the brain, their families, and providers. Our vision is that all persons with a brain injury thrive in their community. Our mission is through guidance, resources, support, and education, we seek to engage with Coloradans in the lifelong growth of those affected by an injury to the brain.
The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado believes in the following core values and uses these as guiding principles in the work that we do and the partners that we seek.
- Collaboration - We are strongest as a united community working together to help those affected by a brain injury to thrive.
- Compassion - We believe it’s essential to have empathy for those affected by brain injuries. We strive to approach each interaction with patience and understanding.
- Fiscally Responsible - We ensure that all funds are used wisely to maintain a financially viable organization to serve our mission.
- Forward-Thinking - We continually work towards creative solutions in all that we do.
- Integrity - We aim to create a culture of professionalism, credibility, and honesty.
- Respect - We strive to preserve the dignity of persons with a brain injury by valuing their individuality.
Mission of Role
Be part of a team of knowledgeable, compassionate, and helpful allies for BIAC clients with a focus on youth with brain injuries (ages 0-21). The Youth Services Coordinator reaches out to families of youth with brain injuries and school personnel by phone, email or in person to provide guidance, support, and hope while navigating available resources in educational settings. Specific responsibilities include: student-specific consultation and education and outreach with professionals serving youth with brain injuries.