Careers with OIC-SFL

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OIC of South Florida has provided and continues to provide quality self-help skills and employment opportunities for disadvantaged and underemployed residents, thus assisting them to become self-sufficient and productive members of society. We are also a GREAT place to work!  If you are looking to work in one of the best environments for providing valuable services and giving back to the community, then OIC may be the place for you. We’re looking for talent who are great for OIC-and not just right now, but for the long term.
Our process is basic; first click below for more information on career opportunities available, then follow the instructions to either download and complete the application form or attach a cover letter and resume, finally, submit the completed application or your cover letter & resume to Human Resources - Your application or resume will be review by a member of our Acquisition team and should there be a match, you will be contacted directly regarding next steps.
Again, thank you for considering employment with OIC of South Florida.  We wish you success in your job search.
Unless otherwise stated in the job description, all applicants much complete an OIC-SFL Application Form and submit it along with their resume and cover letter.
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Youth FORCE-Site Coordinator

Reports To: Director of Workforce Development 

Status: Full-Time

Salary: $37,500


OIC of South Florida is a community-based leader in providing quality self-help skills and employment opportunities for disadvantaged and underemployed residents; thus, assisting them to become self-sufficient and productive members of society. Its work is accomplished through three divisions: Workforce Development, Youth and Families, and OIC SI (Social Enterprise Cooperation).

Summary of Services:

Responsible for coordination of the day-to-day operations of the Youth FORCE program at Silver Lakes Middle School. Oversees the seamless delivery of subcontracted services and maintains a safe and supportive environment. Serves as liaison between school administrators and staff to ensure smooth transitions into the program. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for development and implementation of student activities, assuring high-quality program services and support to enrolled students and their families
  • Ensures that site staff and programmatic activities comply with Broward County School Board and Florida State Department of Education rules, regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Assesses needs of program and students and provide insight into the day-to-day operations, challenges, successes and event planning activities
  • Integrates program activities and coordination among program staff to achieve academic and social outcomes
  • Conducts outreach and coordinates educational events for parents of enrolled students
  • Coordinates tracking and documentation of program activities, including, but not limited to student attendance, site meetings, etc.
  • Collecting and reporting student performance data as required
  •  Acquires additional services and resources for program participants as needed to achieve program objectives
Work under the guidance and support of a Program Manager to:
  • Help with recruitment and retention 3407 NW 9th Avenue, Suite100
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309  954-563-3535
  • Coordinate day-to-day classroom activities with a group of middle school students by guiding educational and life skills lessons and activities through project-based learning
  • Participating and taking an active role in the lesson and project planning process
  • Providing one-on-one and or group tutoring of students in need of additional academic support
  • Implementing identified materials, tools, resources, and activities to address students learning and educational advancement needs
  • Interact with students, student’s family members, student’s day teachers, and community partners to achieve maximum efficiency and overall program success
  • Attend all program related trainings, orientations, and meetings 
Minimum Requirements:

Minimum Associates Degree or Bachelor’s Degree preferred 

Minimum of 2 -3 years’ experience working with opportunity youth and families (High Risk)
Experience in teaching, coaching and mentoring
Experience building and maintaining relationships with service providers and community partners
Workplace Expectations:
  • Work effectively with and respond to people from diverse cultures or backgrounds 
  • Demonstrate professionalism and appropriate judgment in behavior, speech, and dress in a neat, clean, and appropriate professional manner for the assignment and work setting 
  • Have regular and punctual attendance 
  • Follow all OIC policies, work procedures, and reasonable requests by proper authority 
Qualified applicants should email their resume and cover letter to Human Resources at


OIC-SFL is an Equal Opportunity Employer