Position Title: Campus Captain (A team of least 2 is encouraged, but not required.)
Location: Hyderabad, India
Reports to: India Site Director
Works closely with: India Site Staff, Campus Assistant Captain, US Site Director, Child Sponsorship Team, Child and Family Development Team
Position summary: To provide support, and spiritual development of staff and children/teens.
- Assist as needed with organizational special events.
- Develop and maintain a team of ministry partners that fully fund the position.
- Build trusting relationship with campus children and the caregivers
- Conduct Child Status Index assessment, and create 5 Child Development Plans (CDP) for all campus children
- Weekly meeting with Campus Assistant Captain to discuss caregivers, children, and campus needs
- Problem solve and prioritize needs
- Update 5 CDP’s at least 1 time a year
- Enter the data in the Care Database
- Meet with teachers to evaluate education needs & growth of the campus children
- Child & Family Development Site Staff responsible for training & implementing Trauma Competent Care (TCC) principles
- Manage & update Government required records
- Create weekly, monthly schedule to incorporate tutoring time, Life Skills classes, and spiritual development for the campus children
- Help children with Child Sponsorship Program (CSP) letters
- Ensure CSP letters are written and uploaded to US Office
- Celebrate children’s birthdays
- Ensure Safeguarding Policy is understood and principles are applied
- Meet monthly with someone from Child Family Development Team (CFDT) from the US Office
- Meet twice a month with US Site Director
- Communicate stories of impact or growth to US Office
- Communicate prayer requests for India to US Office
- Attend CSP community of practice meetings
Required education and experience:
- College graduate
- Experience leading or working with children or teens
- Safeguarding Policy
- Arpan Child Safety Course
- Child Status Index and Child Development Plan training
- Trauma Competent Care for Teachers
- Tips for Understanding and Working with Frustrated Students
Required skills and abilities:
- Have a clear understanding of and commitment to Back2Back’s mission and vision.
- Adhere to and share the Back2Back Statement of Faith, Cultural Values, and Standards of a Staff Member.
- Operate with basic competency in Microsoft Office and Google Applications.
- Implement trauma informed principles when working the students
- Computer skills
- Good observation skills
- Planning and organization skills
- Growth Mindset
- Work independently, efficiently, communicate clearly both verbal and writing
- Compassionate, active listening skills, teachable, perceptive, encouraging, positive
- Maintain confidentiality, honest, adaptable to changing environment
- Fluent in English
This job description is intended to convey essential information about the scope and requirements of the position. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of qualifications, skills, duties or responsibilities associated with the role. Staff may be assigned tasks other than those specifically listed in this description in order to further the goals of the role or of the organization.
Back2Back Ministries is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and vulnerable adults as outlined in the Back2Back Safeguarding Policy. We recognize the effectiveness of safe recruitment and are committed to recruiting candidates who share this commitment to safeguarding.