Job Description - Site Coordinator


Soar Detroit, a literacy tutoring ministry, began in 2005 and has reached over 1000 students, who on average improved more than two grade levels each year in just two days per week of after-school tutoring.  As current literacy statistics show that only 10% of Detroit third graders are reading at or above their grade level, momentum is building to scale up this literacy program, with the goal of serving 10,000 students each year. We are building a world-class team that will join us in partnering with the Church in Detroit and educational entities to address the literacy crisis we face. Our goal is to see 66% of Detroit third graders reading at or above grade level by 2030.



Soar Detroit seeks to hire Site Coordinators who will execute the Soar Detroit literacy program in a school or afterschool location. 



  • Manage the Soar Detroit literacy program at an assigned location.

  • Engage, love, and encourage students in the love of Christ, and create opportunities for others to do the same.

  • Interact with teachers and school administrators.

  • Twice per week, select and prepare materials and activities for mentors to use when working one-on-one with students.

  • Supervise and coach mentors and site assistant.

  • Review and maintain records of student activity and progress.

  • Ensure mentors are properly trained and background-checked.

  • Oversee student writing and publishing project.

  • Serve as a Soar Detroit ambassador in the community.




Passionate about Soar Detroit Mission

This person is passionate about the vision and mission of Soar Detroit and embodies the values of the ministry. 


Proactive Service Orientation

This person has a posture of serving others, including students, faculty, and volunteers who participate in our programs, serving all with grace and patience. 


Commitment to Excellence

This person values excellence in products, processes, and organizations, and consistently strives for program improvements.


Understanding of Educational Process and Curriculum

This person has experience in assessing students, and in developing and implementing student academic improvement plans.



Natural at Following Through

This person is a consistent worker who independently sees projects through to their completion.


Personal Presence and Strong Interpersonal Skills

This person communicates with volunteers, staff, school faculty, and students clearly and in a professional manner. He or she communicates expectations in a clear, non-abrasive way.



Reporting Relationship: This position reports to an Area Director.

Employment status: Full-time and part-time hourly positions are available, September – May.

Revised date: October 9, 2019

If interested, please submit your resume to Regina Himmelspach,