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Zeno Program Specials in Seattle, Washington

Zeno is seeking a Program Specialist to deliver Zeno programs to our partners, advancing our mission to spark joy and inspire a love of math in young children and families through racial equity, family engagement, and play, all centered in the experiences of communities of color.At Zeno, we believe that racial equity is a key component to our culture and ongoing success. To drive a vision of racial equity within Zeno's team, programs, and partnerships the following principles serve as our guide: *We Put People First. We draw on the wisdom, values, voice, and experiences of our communities to inform our collective effort. We acknowledge that our collective effort is bigger than just Zeno and are allies in breaking down all systemic oppression. *We Practice Execution Over Perfection. We try things, iterate, learn, and improve as we go and we do this with humility and accountability. *We Grow Together. Personal and professional growth is a lifelong process and we create environments that foster growth for employees, partners, and community. We seek out new experiences, skills, and relationships that will expand opportunities for our employees and our community, even beyond the doors of Zeno. *We Honor Family and Community. We build programs, services, and partnerships that intentionally account for race, place, culture, and language and that honor the work parents are already doing. Our communities, board, and employees can see themselves reflected in our work. *We Support Each Other in Meaningful Ways. We develop the power and skills of others while placing the right emphasis on the things that matter - family, children, people. We create healing spaces for others and will bravely engage in dismantling unjust systems and racist culture. Essential Job Responsibilities: *Program Delivery: Facilitates trainings in person and remote on Zeno’s philosophy and games, delivers game demonstrations, and on-the-job coaching for partners. Host family math events. This role spends to at least 60% of their time in direct program delivery including several evenings most weeks. Nurtures relationships with current and potential partners, specifically including Indigenous family serving partners. *Feedback, Reflection, Evaluation, and Data Collection: Supports measurement and evaluation of the overall program, activities, and personal practice. Activities could include conducting family discussion groups, interviewing teachers, or collecting other partner and family reported data. Reflects on practice and program delivery in partnership with other team members. *Engage with Team: Work in an action-oriented atmosphere that encourages program improvement, an agile product development cycle, and with a team that tries new ideas. Support other Zeno programs, as requested. *Inclusion: Participates as a peer and equal within the team. Continues to develop the ability to listen, grow, and challenge inequities based on race, economic status, gender identity, immigration status, and other systemic barriers that prevent one’s ability to bring their full self to the work. Skills and Qualifications:Required: *Experience presenting workshops, professional development sessions, and trainings in the English language. *Lives in Washington State and can travel to partner sites for program delivery across the state, including evenings and possible overnights. *At least 3 years of volunteer or paid experience in early childhood education, community advocacy, family support services, and/or other related services in role(s) which worked closely with families and communities of color. *Personal passion for inspiring children and families to love math. *Ability to engage with and personally relate to adults and children in communities of color. *Flexible, positive outlook with