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Part-Time Bilingual
Program Facilitator/Coordinator

Job Title: Part-Time Bilingual Program Facilitator/Coordinator

Organization: Colorado Artists in Recovery (CAiR)

Location: Denver, CO /  Hybrid 

Position Type: Part-Time (up to 20 hours per week)

Pay: $22-$24/hour (depending on experience)

Benefits: Health Insurance Stipend provided, Paid Time Off 

Reports To: Executive Director

About Us:

Colorado Artists in Recovery (CAiR) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support to individuals in recovery from substance use disorder and mental health challenges. Through art, music, and other creative expression healing workshops and community events, CAiR empowers participants on their journey to recovery.


We believe in the transformative power of art and community to support individuals on their recovery journeys. CAiR offers a diverse range of workshops and events that harness the therapeutic benefits of creative practices. As we expand our reach to serve individuals from traditionally underserved communities (BIPOC, Spanish Speaking, and LGBTQIA+), we are seeking a creative, organized, and bilingual individual to join our team.

Position Summary:

CAiR is seeking a dedicated and creative Part-Time Bilingual Program Coordinator to assist in the planning, implementation, facilitation, and evaluation of our creativity programs. The Program Coordinator will work closely with the Executive Director and other team members to support the delivery of recovery-focused arts workshops, community events, and other programs aimed at enhancing the well-being of our participants. This position is ideal for someone who is passionate about the healing power of the arts and committed to making a positive impact on the recovery community.


Program Coordination:

  • Planning, coordinating and facilitating bilingual (Spanish/English) and BIPOC recovery-oriented creativity workshops and events.

  • Collaborate with community partners to develop culturally responsive programming.

  • Oversee the logistics of workshops, from planning to execution.

  • Assist ED with seeking out possible new partnerships with BIPOC, Spanish-Speaking, and LGBTQIA+ organizations that match our mission and grant milestone goals.

  • Assist in outreach/promotion of all CAiR events and workshops.

  • Work collaboratively with partner locations, program facilitators, artists, and volunteers to ensure smooth program delivery.

  • Provide administrative support to the Executive Director and team, including scheduling, correspondence, and record-keeping.

Community Engagement:

  • Build and maintain relationships with individuals and organizations within the recovery community, with a focus on BIPOC and Spanish-speaking communities.

  • Actively participate in outreach initiatives to increase awareness and participation.

Participant Support:

  • Provide support to participants in both English and Spanish, ensuring inclusivity.

  • Collaborate with facilitators to create a safe and welcoming environment for all participants.

Logistics and Materials:

  • Organize and prepare program materials, art supplies, and equipment as needed.

  • Ensure that program spaces are set up and maintained in an organized and safe manner.

  • Coordinate scheduling of workshops and events with partnership locations/staff.

Data Management:

  • Maintain accurate records of program attendance, participant demographics, and feedback.

  • Compile and submit reports as required for grant reporting and organizational evaluation.



  • Bilingual proficiency in English and Spanish is required.

  • Must have reliable transportation and be able to transport class materials (art supplies, instruments, and other program related materials as needed)

  • Must be able to lift 40 pounds.

  • Basic computer skills, including proficiency with Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar.

  • Availability to work evenings and weekends as needed for program sessions and events.

  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to work independently and be highly reliable.


  • Experience facilitating creative arts workshops.

  • Experience in program coordination or community engagement.

  • We are a peer-run organization, experience working with individuals in recovery a plus.

  • Individuals with at least one year in active and sustained recovery from Substance Use Disorder. (All pathways supported)

  • Creative and adaptable problem-solving skills. (Trauma-informed crisis management skills a plus)

  • Passionate about helping individuals heal through creative expression.

Note: This job description is a general outline of responsibilities and qualifications for the Part-Time Bilingual Program Coordinator role. Specific duties and requirements may vary based on the needs of CAiR and the skills of the selected candidate.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates are invited to fill out the form below.  Make sure to upload a resume and cover letter.   


Application Deadline:

Rolling applications, priority review will begin on 3/15/24.  Start date 4/1/24 (flexible once right candidate has been determined)

Colorado Artists in Recovery is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences.

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