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iRubric: Youth Director/Coordinator Interview Rubric

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Youth Director/Coordinator Interview Rubric 
ISNAs YouthDev Dept aims to assist orgs in establishing strong youth programs and services. This rubric, under our Youth Director Service, is aimed at providing masajid an interview schematic and grading system to weigh out their applicant interviews.
Rubric Code: D2XCXA2
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Subject: Business  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: Graduate, Post Graduate


Powered by iRubric Youth Director/Coordinator
The questions you may ask
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Personal

PLEASE TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF… WHO ARE YOU?… WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER IMPORTANT FOR ME TO KNOW ABOUT YOU?

Poor

Offers no personal information. Seems uninterested in position.
Fair

Somewhat evasive, as if there are large parts to remain private. Or seems immature and unrealistic in thought processes.
Good

Well thought out response that indicates a good level of maturity toward self and abilities.
Excellent

Complete and well versed discussion of self and shows mature thought toward ability.
Philosophy for working with youth

DESCRIBE YOUR PHILOSOPHY FOR WORKING WITH YOUTH?

Poor

States they have no personal philosophy, or it is of questionable value
Fair

states a primary philosophy, but appears to be unfamiliar with ways to create and sustain this process.
Good

Describes some means of sharing their philosophy with youth, but there could be more thought process in planning this.
Excellent

Seems advanced in the learning curve, both in developing a solid philosophy of working with the youth and in ways to create the appropriate environm
Support for Philosophy

WHAT STRATEGIES AND ACTIVITIES SUPPORT YOUR PHILOSOPHY?

Poor

No support offered for their philosophy.
Fair

Support is unsubstantiated or from less-than-desired resources.
Good

Lists a few support systems
Excellent

Complete list offered and applicant seems very familiar with the subject
Why [Name your Masjid[?

WHY ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THIS POSITION AT [Name your Masjid]… AND WHY NOW?

Poor

No specific reason given. [Masjid Name] is just a site offering a position.
Fair

Does offer some reason for the change or attention to [Masjid Name].
Good

Offers thought behind making the change +/or locating with [Masjid Name].
Excellent

Has obviously given much thought to the move to [Masjid Name] and feels prayerfully led to serve here.
Thoughts on needs of youth

BASED UPON YOUR KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE, WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC NEEDS OF YOUTH TODAY?

Poor

No needs provided. Shows no understanding of youth's needs
Fair

lists some needs without going into any detail.
Good

Lists a several needs and goes into a short details on each one explaining its importance.
Excellent

Lists needs you have identified in your own community. Goes into explanations on each one and experience dealing with those needs
Parental interaction

SHARE THE ROLE OF PARENTS AS IT RELATES TO YOUTH DEVELOPMENT? HOW DO YOU EFFECTIVELY WORK WITH PARENTS?

Poor

States no understanding of the relationship between parents and youth development.
Fair

Very basic one line answer is provided. Acknowledges that they will need to work with parents and will engage them but doesnt state the plan
Good

shares several reflections on the role of parents in youth Development. Goes into plans on how they will
engage parents
Excellent

Cites research and experiences in the relationship. Lists multiple roles and displays the importance of collaboration and the "it takes a village" phiopsophy. Also describes in good detail how they will engage parents as well
Call to Youth Work

EXPLAIN TO ME YOUR CALL TO WORK WITH YOUTH? WAS THERE AN INSIGHTFUL “TURNING POINT” THAT LED YOU TO YOUR DECISION?

Poor

States no reason for their interest in the field. You get the sense they are just applying for the job without any passion in the field. There was no critical occurrence that that brought them this field
Fair

State basic knowledge and very little experience in the field of youth work for being the reason they are interested in the field. For example, I was a part of one initiative.
Good

Shares a fond turning point that stemmed multiple engagements in youth work. The turning point and its affect are communicated well and sincere calling to youth work is evident.
Excellent

Reference multiple long term experiences in youth work. Reference the passion leading to studies as well. They had a remarkable experience that kept them involved in youth work and see this passionately as their profession
Salary expectations

PLEASE INFORM ME REGARDING YOUR SALARY NEEDS/EXPECTATIONS.

Poor

NO WRONG ANSWER. This is a subjective question where you as the interviewer must gauge available resources while also considering the applicants experience. The response gives you insight into expectations that must be reviewed if able to meet against what the applicant is bringing to the table
Fair

NO WRONG ANSWER. This is a subjective question where you as the interviewer must gauge available resources while also considering the applicants experience. The response gives you insight into expectations that must be reviewed if able to meet against what the applicant is bringing to the table
Good

NO WRONG ANSWER. This is a subjective question where you as the interviewer must gauge available resources while also considering the applicants experience. The response gives you insight into expectations that must be reviewed if able to meet against what the applicant is bringing to the table
Excellent

NO WRONG ANSWER. This is a subjective question where you as the interviewer must gauge available resources while also considering the applicants experience. The response gives you insight into expectations that must be reviewed if able to meet against what the applicant is bringing to the table
Knowledge of [Masjid Name]

TELL ME WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT OUR MASJID? WHAT HAVE BEEN YOUR SOURCES OF INFORMATION?

Poor

No knowledge of your masjid.
Fair

Lists some knowledge of the masjid. perhaps including the mission and vision or something from the website. Shows they did research the masjid a little. But no knowledge of the community members.
Good

Shares good knowledge of the masjid and some key stakeholders. Provides deep understanding of the mission and vision and how they relate to his own vision.
Excellent

Shares detailed knowledge of the masjid and its history.

Relates knowledge to an inspiration to work there and how some of the community have positively influenced them
Their Questions

WHAT QUESTIONS DO YOU HAVE REGARDING CENTRAL UMC AND/OR THIS POSITION OF DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY?

Poor

No Question
Fair

Good

Excellent

Asks about the mission & vision. Asks about success metrics and clarity on the goals the position will require. Asks about Dept Budget and action plan license
Du'ah

Please lead us in an opening du'ah

Poor

Declines the offer or unable to make a duah. No Arabic used at all.
Fair

Struggles to find content to make a du'ah along.
Good

Makes a short and comprehensive du'ah that is appropriate such as Surah Al-Fatiha. Displays nice tilawat.
Excellent

Recites Quran with proper Tajweed. Adds in a general duah and displays respect for what they are reciting.
Mentorship / Light Counselling

Poor

Fair

Good

Excellent

Professional Counselling / Mental Health Training

Poor

Fair

Good

Excellent

financial knowledge / budgeting

Poor

Fair

Good

Excellent

Event Planning Experience

Poor

Fair

Good

Excellent

Goal of the position

Poor

Fair

Good

Excellent

lists clear goals along with a detailed strategic plan on how to get there.
Youth Issues Today

What do you feel are the most important issues facing our youth today?

Poor

Fair

Good

Excellent




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