Community Playground Builds Manager, Hybrid (must reside in the Washington, DC area)

KABOOM!

About the organization

About KABOOM!:

KABOOM! is the national nonprofit committed to ensuring that every kid, in every community, has an amazing place to play. Our mission is to end playspace inequity – the reality that playspaces are not available to every child, especially in communities of color. We unite with communities to build kid-designed playspaces that can spark joy and foster a sense of belonging for the kids who are often denied opportunities to thrive.

Duties

What Makes a Good Candidate:

If you love being outside, working with people, and leading events, the Community Playground Builds Manager position at KABOOM! just might be what you have been looking for.

Community Playground Builds Managers are critical to the KABOOM! mission. They travel across the country leading inspiring playground build events in partnership with community and funding partner volunteers. Each playground project starts as a flat, empty surface and is transformed into an exciting, new playspace for kids to enjoy in just one day! Community Playground Builds Managers are the on-site leaders of this transformation.

Must Haves:

Experience managing volunteers
Event or project management
Flexible and adaptive problem-solving skills
If this challenge sounds exciting to you, you could very well be our newest Community Playground Builds Manager.

This is a market-based hybrid position so the candidate must reside in the Washington, DC area.

Qualifications

Volunteer management and/or event management.

Minimum of two years in Project or Event Management experience; preferred, but not required, in the fields of Construction or Recreation.

Ability to facilitate a participatory design process to redesign a space to meet the needs of a particular community through listening to, uplifting, and guiding community voices.

Creative thinking and ability to proactively solve challenges and achieve outcomes.

Confidence in navigating and leading others through ambiguity, changing timelines, or circumstances.
Ability to manage multiple projects at once.

Flexibility to travel a significant amount of the year, up to 60% of the year. US based travel, rarely Canada.

Excellent oral communication skills with strong attention to detail.

Salary

50,000-55,000

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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