The Membership Coordinator will work directly with the National Program Manager to support the growth of the Hello Neighbor Network, a coalition of like-minded community-based refugee and immigrant support nonprofits from around the country who have joined together to share best practices and learn from each other. This is a leadership fellowship to membership pipeline for nonprofit organizational leaders. Your strong programmatic, advocacy and communication skills will help deliver on our strategic goals and continued growth. This is a full position with opportunities for advancement within our growing organization.
This is an in-house position at our Pittsburgh, PA office.
The Hello Neighbor Network’s national leadership fellowship program focuses on the specific challenges faced by nonprofit leaders working with refugees: language and literacy barriers; cultural differences; lack of targeted private funding; and little precedent in terms of program evaluation. Being able to tackle these important issues requires answers to many challenging questions. What would it look like to have a nonprofit that is thriving? How can I best support my community? How much will it cost? Am I moving in the right direction?
Because refugees enter our nonprofits with comprehensive needs, the potential for program development is tremendous and can be overwhelming. The fellowship’s curriculum targets topics essential to early stage nonprofits in this space, including governance, technology, fundraising, partnerships and program evaluation.
Your responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
- Coordinating internal and external education sessions including: scheduling, invites, reminders, meeting recordings, record keeping and related social media content development and reporting
- Managing day-to-day member relations including: Slack and email communications, surveying, disseminating and gathering information
- Supporting members with technical assistance and support
- Coordinating Network advocacy initiatives as they relate to external events and communications
- Writing press releases and media alerts
- Writing and researching to support our strategic initiatives
- Support for our annual Convening
- Providing administrative support as needed with our database system, communications, and other needs as they arise
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Requires 3+ years of related and/or applicable work experience and a demonstrated ability to effectively work with refugee and immigrant communities
- Alignment with and support of Hello Neighbor’s core values
- Flexibility and ability to work nights and weekends as needed
- Strong interpersonal skills, cultural humility, and empathy
- Strong writing, research and communication skills
- Strong technology skills including Google Suite tools (including sheets, presentations, documents, and more), Slack, Notion and others
- High attention to detail
- A strong passion for supporting refugees and immigrants
- Excited to grow in a fast-moving startup environment
- Lived migration experience valued and welcomed
- Applications are accepted on a rolling basis through November 12th, 2021
- Selected candidates will be invited to interview in November and December
- Estimated start date: December / January
- Salary range: $40,000-43,000
DO YOU ENJOY ROAD TRIPS???
Purpose: To transport blood and blood products throughout the region in a safe and timely manner.
Reports To: Blood Services Greater Alleghenies: Biomedical Volunteer Scheduling Specialist II
- Distribute blood to area hospitals as routine
- Transport blood and blood products from blood collection sites to the laboratory for processing site in Johnstown, PA.
- Pick up and return boxes as needed
- Complete required paperwork and obtain signatures
- Communicate and share feedback between Red Cross personnel and customers
- Drive in a safe and responsible manner
Time Commitment: Variable; preferred commitment: 2-4 shifts/month. Monday thru Friday.
- Willingness to support Red Cross mission
- Successful completion of background check and motor vehicle report
- Valid state Driver’s License with 3 years driving experience
- Familiarity with geographic area and driving routes
- Able to verify safe driving records with state or insurance
- Current car registration and insurance required if using own vehicle
- Experience to demonstrate reliability
- Ability to lift up to 45lbs.
- Successful completion of American Red Cross Defensive Driving Course
Length of Appointment: On-Going
- Gain valuable training/experience while providing an invaluable service to the community
- Validate driving experience for resume
- Opportunity to become a volunteer leader
- American Red Cross Volunteer Orientation
- Transportation Specialist Training
- On the Job training
Purpose: To participate in all DAT program support and capacity building activities necessary to ensure effective service delivery during a DAT response.
Responsibilities: Disaster Action Teams provide 24-hour emergency response to local disasters, particularly house fires, ensuring that those affected have access to resources for basic necessities such as food, shelter and clothing. This position is responsible for the tasks involved in the Disaster Action Team program including:
- Supporting the annual goals, RDO objectives, and regional/chapter plan for DAT services through participation in meetings, projects, and local response activities.
- Completes all required training and maintains current training standard as DAT program requirements change.
- Attends regular team meetings and training as required by the region/territory.
- Completes assigned projects and local response activities according to the needs of the DAT program.
- Preparing vehicles, response materials, administrative support of the DAT program and other tasks assigned by the DAT Leader.
- Follow and execute requests received from supervisor with little or no supervision.
- Adapt to change, negotiate compromise and tolerate ambiguity.
- Build effective relationships with others who can help with work-related goals.
Relationships: Works closely with all other DAT Members to ensure team goals are achieved.
Length of Appointment: Once trained, may remain active as long as able to perform the assigned tasks.
- DAT Service Associate on a DAT response
- DAT Team Leader in support of the DAT preparedness
- DAT Supervisor on a DAT response
The Duty Officer is the member of the Disaster Action Team that receives the initial call with a request for help from our Red Cross Dispatch Center. That individual collects information about the event, verifies it with the local 911 Center, FD, etc. and then determines if a Red Cross response is required. If it is, they call out a team that will go respond to the event and aid those displaced.
The role can be done remotely following training, and it does require reliable phone and internet connection. We use a wed-based system to update the status of our events, so volunteers must be comfortable with learning an online system.
- May determine if Red Cross action is required; may decide if Red Cross will respond via Disaster Action Team.
- Uses event triggers such as size, scope, and type of the event to direct the Disaster Action Team response.
- Works with on-scene Disaster Action Team leadership to support the response and provide technical guidance.
- Support and trains new Duty Officers.
- Dispatch Disaster Action Team Members and monitor the response to ensure appropriate resources are made available. Activate Disaster Health Services, Disaster Mental Health, and Disaster Spiritual Care, Public Affairs when requested.
- Documents incoming disaster notification and creates & verifies events in RC View, when applicable.
- Where appropriate, maintains access to and ability to use the Client Assistance System (CAS) to enter case data and load CACs.
- May be required to monitor activity across multiple Disaster Action Team responses.
- Notify Chapter and Regional staff of significant events, and contribute to an Initial Incident Report, when appropriate.
- Attends regularly scheduled team/DAT meetings as required by Chapter/Region.
Very Flexible hours. We are asking for those who can make schedules available to be on call for three six hour shift per month. The 3 six hour increments can be set during the volunteer’s open availability anytime day or night.
- Demonstrated leadership and communication skills.
- Demonstrated commitment to mission of the American Red Cross.
- Ability to remotely monitor and track details of Disaster Action Team responses.
- Ability to prioritize multiple tasks in complex and stressful situations.
- Proficient with Red Cross systems and online interfaces.
- Sit and/or stand for minimum two-hour periods.
- Work for long periods on computer.
- Speak clearly on the phone and in person.
Relationships: Works closely with all other DAT Members to ensure team goals are achieved.
Length of Appointment: Once trained, may remain active as long as able to perform the assigned tasks.
About TRAC Services for Families:
Since 1979 TRAC has worked so that no child will have to face a life without permanency. TRAC was founded by adoptive parents and professionals and established as a volunteer staffed project of the Junior League of Pittsburgh. Today, TRAC is a full service agency that serves as the central resources for permanency information, adoption and foster family recruitment, placement of special needs children, post-permanency support, education, and referral services throughout Allegheny and its contiguous counties. Adhering to the permanency standards of the Child Welfare League of America, TRAC is a multi-service agency serving children who cannot remain with their birth families and the resource families who provide these children permanence. Primarily, the children served fall into several categories. More than half are African American; many are older and/or part of a sibling group who need to stay together; and others have emotional, physical, or mental challenges. Most of these children have experienced multiple moves in the foster care system and high percentages have been victims of abuse and neglect. TRAC works with public and private agencies to implement cooperative, cost effective programs to meet the placement and post-placement needs of these children. TRAC provides recruitment, information and referral services, counseling, family preparation, foster care supervision, post adoption services, in-home and outpatient therapeutic services, and parent and professional education services, to achieve and maintain maximum permanency opportunities for children and their families.
To provide a range of services and resources for children, youth, adults & families to ensure stable relationships & strong community connections.
The Board of Directors is the legal authority for Three Rivers Adoption Council d/b/a TRAC Services for Families. A Director acts in a position of responsibility for the organization and is charged with ensuring the carrying out of the agency’s mission and the effective governance of TRAC.
As a Director of TRCA Services for Families incumbents are responsible for:
- Fiduciary Management of the Agency
Administering the corporate affairs of TRAC for the common benefit of those served, exercising best care solely in the interest of TRAC.
- Duty of Care: Exercising reasonable care when making decisions for the organization
- Duty of Loyalty: Refraining from the use of information gained through the position of Director for personal gain, acting in the best interest of TRAC.
- Duty of Obedience: Being faithful to the mission of TRAC.
- Organization Oversight
Hiring, supporting and assessing Chief Executive Officer
- Setting Policy
Determining the long-term direction of TRAC by setting policies to be implemented by Chief Executive Officer
- Assess Performance of Board
Participating in annual review of Board’s performance as it relates to beings stewards of TRAC
- Commitment to the mission and goals of TRAC
- Willingness to actively participate on Board committees
- Regular attendance at bi-monthly Board meetings
- Attendance at Annual Meeting
- Support of and participation in the development of special events, particularly fundraising activities
- Financial support of TRAC through monetary, in-kind and/or solicited donations
- Commitment to furthering the reputation of TRAC in the community
A membership term is 3 years. A Director may serve for 2 consecutive terms before having to rotate off the Board.
- After rotating off the Board, a Director may be invited and elected back to the Board after a period of 1 year
- During times of change in the organization, a Director, based on their skills, knowledge and benefit to the overall operation of the agency, may be asked to serve an additional term on the Board
- Actively participate in meetings to ensure the development and implementation of TRAC’s mission and purpose.
- To honor commitment and dedication by participating in Board committees and being accountable for the completion of goals assigned
- Ensure compliance with legal issues and standards as set forth by governing entities
- Ensuring the development of new programming furthers the mission and purpose of TRAC
- Participate in the development of policies that govern the organization
- Review and approve financial statements ensuring that appropriate financial controls are in place.
- Review and approve annual budget ensuring the availability of sufficient funds to carry out the programs and activities of TRAC.
- Ability to give back to the community
- Contributing knowledge and skills
- Making a difference in the life of a child in need of permanency
- Being the Ambassador of an organization dedicated to the development of healthy, permanent families
Active participant in the annual evaluation of the organization, making recommendations for improvements and changes based on performance and the needs of the community
Salary range: 43k-45k
Position Summary: The Service Coordinator onboards, supports, and connects participants to resources and programs when they are in need of emergency resources. The Service Coordinator guides and supports all participants throughout their experience in Catapult programs.
This position will report to the Innovation and Growth Manager.
- Completes necessary intake and onboarding processes and paperwork to effectively screen and enroll new participants.
- Assess new and existing participant needs and connects them with strategies or programs or resources to help meet their needs and/or accomplish their goals.
- Builds and maintains relationships with participants, continuously monitors their progress, reassesses their needs, and adjusts plans and programs to effectively address the needs
- Provides accurate information to leadership with regards to special needs or program needs/trends.
- Maintains accurate and up to date records of participant files, notes and reporting records.
- Collaborates with Data Coordinator to measure effectiveness of enrollment, processes, and programs.
- Researches and builds productive partnerships with client resources such as Action Housing, United Way, Hebrew Free Loan Association, etc.
- Acts as liaison between community organizations/programs and participants to ensure that participant needs are met in a timely manner.
- Creates and maintains an up-to-date manual that lists effective referral resources and partnerships for a wide variety of possible community needs.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Passion for the mission and vision of Catapult Greater Pittsburgh
- 1+ year of case management experience
- Experience with client intake and enrollment
- Demonstrated empathy with the ability to be an attentive listener, build rapport quickly and get a thorough grasp of participant needs.
- Strong written and adaptive verbal communication skills for effective interaction with a wide variety of individuals and organizations.
- Demonstrates a positive, client first attitude with all stakeholders.
- Flexible and adaptable to change.
- Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite
- Experience using CRM
- Ability to work with diverse groups of people.
- Sound judgement, professionalism and a positive attitude.
- Resourcefulness, creativity and strong problem-solving skills.
- Must be culturally sensitive to the challenges and opportunities of the Pittsburgh Black community.
- Successfully complete Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse Mandated and Permissive Reporting in Pennsylvania.
- Must successfully obtain the Criminal History Clearance from the Pennsylvania State Police and Child Abuse Clearance from the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services and Fingerprint Based FBI Clearance.
Please submit the following by Google Form: https://forms.gle/1Zae57pTKffa5eEy6
- Cover letter displaying your understanding and fit within Catapult Greater Pittsburgh
- Answer to the following questions (1) Why are you passionate about service coordination? (2) What has your experience been with economic justice? (3) What creative strategies would you apply to elevate Catapult Greater Pittsburgh?
Questions about this position can be sent to:
412-623-9596 ext. 152
Position: Service Coordinator
Locations: North Hills Community Outreach Millvale and North Borough offices.
Program Description: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) is an IRS-sponsored program which provides free federal, state and local tax preparation services to low – moderate income working families and individuals with the intention to help them claim valuable credits (such as Earned Income Tax Credit –EITC) and save tax preparation fees. North Hills Community Outreach is a partner of the United Way Free Tax Prep (FTP) Coalition. Community volunteers are trained and certified as VITA Tax Preparers, and meet with clients to file their tax return electronically.
Responsible for: coordinating the Free Tax Prep Program, including: coordinating the volunteer tax preparers and working with low-income individuals; the quality of the returns completed; the overall flow and process at the tax site; scheduling, managing and supporting volunteers; preparing and maintain tax sites and clinic sites along ensuring sites and volunteers meet IRS, United Way, and NHCO standards.
- Complete all FTP required classroom and online trainings regarding tax law, site procedures and using TaxSlayer software; successfully pass all exams required for IRS Volunteer Advanced certification and Site Coordinator certification.
- Assist with recruiting volunteers and promoting the program
- Preparing tax sites for VITA tax preparation and maintain Quality Site Requirements throughout the season.
- Managing tax appointment schedule
- Ensuring IRS Code of Conduct and Confidentiality Regulations are practiced by all volunteers; ensure all volunteers meet the IRS training and documentation requirements; Maintain confidentiality of taxpayer and volunteer information.
- Provide high-quality tax return preparation to all taxpayers. Accurately prepare taxpayers’ federal, state, and local tax returns based on information provided by taxpayer and answer tax-related questions. Complete property tax, rent, or local services tax rebates when appropriate.
- Responsible for all electronic return filing procedure within the IRS guidelines; work to resolve any rejected tax returns within IRS guidelines.
- Performing other duties as assigned by North Hills Community Outreach (NHCO) and the United Way Free Tax Prep Coalition.
- Computer proficiency
- Good verbal and written communication skills, as well as organizational skills; ability to communicate clearly and concisely.
- Basic understanding of taxes, and a willingness to learn. Tax Preparation experience is a plus.
- Experience in working with low income individuals and families of diverse backgrounds along with volunteers.
- Must pass Act 33/34, FBI clearances
Hours: Part time, seasonal minimum of 20 hours a week from mid January – April with training starting in November.
Education: Degree in accounting preferred; will accept four years of directly related experience.
- Minimum of two evening/week and Saturday mornings during tax season (14-16 week duration). Some training takes place evening & weekends.
- Normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate reports
- Eye-hand coordination and ability to operate calculator, computer keyboard, printer, copier, and other office equipment.
To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Jacqlyn Boggs email@example.com
North Hills Community Outreach is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Office of Children, Youth and Families (CYF), Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS), is seeking a Project Manager who will be responsible for providing and supervising project management and associated analysis for a wide range of human services and child welfare projects of varying complexity. Additionally, the Project Manager will help motivate team members to reach their goals and ensure that realistic project quality, change control and risk management processes are maintained and ensuing projects are delivered successfully. Additional responsibilities will include:
- Coordinating with the Manager in support of development and implementation of new, modified and/or restored practices and/or programs as required by law, regulatory authorities and/or DHS.
- Ensuring projects are clearly defined in terms of scope, resource requirements and key objectives and deliverables are produced and provided within agreed timeframes and scope.
- Coordinating with internal departmental staff and external agencies and partners, as needed, in support of planning activities.
- Overseeing projects to ensure successful implementation and evaluation and identifying and implementing monitoring as needed i.e., contractual, fiscal, practice standards, etc.
- Promoting CFY integration to ensure appropriate cross-component knowledge, communication, and collaboration for the benefit of individuals and families served throughout all project management activities.
- Participating in systematic problem identification and problem-solving during program planning and implementation.
- Performing special projects as needed.
- This job has supervisory responsibilities over up to 2 staff. Project Manager is expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment in the supervision and direction of this staff.
- Performing oversight of and guidance to staff.
- Assigning deliverable job priorities and reviewing work produced for quality and efficiency.
- Verifying staff time and attendance for accuracy and approving staff time, schedules (vacation, sick, personal and compensatory time) and travel requests.
- Preparing, completing and signing staff performance evaluations.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to facilitate cooperative relationships.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with various programmatic areas.
- Demonstrated meeting facilitation skills.
- Experience with research, synthesis of information and documentation.
- Demonstrated planning skills and ability to manage project and document business process decisions.
- Excellent communications skills are required, including accurate and effective written and verbal communications.
- Strong analytic and research skills.
- Self-directed and able to operate independently to achieve program objectives.
- Flexible, creative, assertive, and able to work in a multiple task and multidisciplinary environment.
- Strong computer skills and familiarity with computer software packages, particularly Microsoft Products including Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
- High standard of professional and ethical conduct.
- Excellent skills in team building and working in teams, with the ability to lead and follow as needed.
- Strong time management skills and the ability to balance multiple responsibilities.
- Consistent ability to meet deadlines and execute deliverables.
- Ability to travel locally as needed; valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle as needed.
Master’s degree in a related field, plus at least two years’ experience working in the human services field with demonstrated project or program management experience that spans the project lifecycle from initiation to closing.
Bachelor’s degree in related field, plus 4 years’ experience working in the human services field with demonstrated project or program management experience that spans the project lifecycle from initiation to closing.
Any equivalent combination of education and experience that meets the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
Salary Range: $66,500 – $71,500 plus comprehensive benefits package.
If hired for a position, candidates would work for Allegheny County, Department of Human Services and be employed by Diversified Care Management.
In accordance with the Allegheny County mandate effective August 9th, 2021 individuals being made conditional job offers with the county will have to be vaccinated from COVID-19 as a condition of employment, subject to applicable federal and state laws. The prospective employee will need to be fully vaccinated from COVID-19 or have at least one shot of a two-shot series before beginning work. Any employee who does not receive the second shot within 30 days of their start date will have their probationary employment terminated. Please note you will be required to provide proof of full vaccination.
Fully vaccinated from COVID-19 is defined as:
- 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or
- 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine
About Allegheny County Department of Human Services (DHS):
In Allegheny County, we appreciate people who think big, act boldly, and care about making a difference. You don’t have to be from here to feel at home, or to make your mark. With only 1.3 million people in the County, it is small enough for motivated people to get things done. Allegheny County’s Department of Human Services (DHS) is a perfect place to get things done that directly affect people in need in a positive and lasting way. We help children grow up safer and healthier, older adults remain able to live independently, and neighborhoods to thrive. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of people in Allegheny County.
DHS is the largest agency in Allegheny County government, with a budget of nearly$1 billion. DHS serves over 200,000 people a year through services that include: Protecting children and youth from abuse and neglect and preventing future occurrences of maltreatment; improving child wellness through family support, home visiting, early intervention and in-home services; providing treatment for behavioral health issues such as substance use disorders and mental illness; managing the care of adults with intellectual disabilities; preventing unnecessary nursing home stays; and services that prevent homelessness and provide shelter and housing for families and individuals.
- It is innovative. Most recently, the national attention and awards we’ve gotten are for how DHS integrates data and uses them to improve the safety and well-being of children through tools that support front-line staff in making decisions (using predictive analytics).
- DHS is diverse, but we strive to be even more inclusive. Our director has made it his top priority that DHS is “the kind of place where a diverse group of talented people want to come, grow, and do their best work.” This includes equity in hiring and advancement, as well as in unleashing the creativity and ideas of staff at every level of DHS.
- It has strong, assertive leaders. We do not hire yes-people.
You can make a big impact here. We stand out as one of the best human services organizations in the country. But we need problem-solvers, innovators, and terrific leaders to make sure we are smart in how we use our funding so that we reach the people who most need our help to make their lives better.
“DHS strives to be the kind of place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come to grow and do their best work.”
-From the organization’s statement on Equity and Inclusion
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – M/F/V/D
A Girls on the Run® Board Member must possess a passion for and commitment to improving the lives and opportunities of girls in third through eighth grades. Girls on the Run is a physical activity-based positive youth development program (PA-PYD) that uses running as a vehicle to influence positive social, cognitive, physical, emotional and psychological assets and development. Over the course of the program, girls will: Develop and improve competence, feel confidence in who they are, develop strength of character, respond to others and oneself with care and compassion, create positive connections with peers and adults, and make a meaningful contribution to community and society. Such life skills will prevent unhealthy and risky behaviors, such as physical inactivity and negative body image, and promote positive health outcomes (e.g., physical, mental, social, and spiritual health).
- Complete the Advisory Board Member application and meet requirements within application
- Sign Advisory Board Statement of Responsibility committing to two-year term with the option to renew at the end of each term
- Attend 75% of Advisory Board meetings – meets four times per year.
- Contribute financially to the organization by giving or soliciting $500 each year ($1,000 for two-year term) – due by December 31st each year
- Present or speak on behalf of Girls on the Run of Magee at two (or more) times per year – board member establishes these opportunities.
- Volunteer or participate in one (or more) GOTR 5K event(s) per year
- Volunteers for and willingly accepts assignments and completes them thoroughly and on time
- Stays informed about committee matters, prepares her/himself well for meetings, and reviews and comments on minutes/reports
- Gets to know other members and builds collegial working relationship that contributes to consensus
Title: Digital Organizer
Reports to: Director of Organizing
Location: Western PA
The Digital Organizer is part of a team of organizers working together to build a powerful organization for working class people. The Digital Organizer is responsible for developing online strategies that build the overall narrative of Pittsburgh United and the narratives of its core campaigns. The digital organizer will be responsible for working with campaign organizers to develop and execute digital strategy and tactics that compliment the overall strategies of
The digital organizer will be responsible for reaching and growing a network of activists that are responsive and engaged with Pittsburgh United campaign tables, with a particular focus on moving supporters from online to offline engagement.
We are seeking individuals who are passionate, versatile, and enthusiastic with experience using online tools to tell the story of a campaign, build digital strategy for campaigns and the broader organization, identifying new supporters, and organizing people online to take action both online and offline.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Work with Communications Consultants to build digital strategy that compliments the overall strategy of the organization and campaign strategies
- Identify and engage campaign supporters and drive measurable online actions
- Curate and develop creative content such as infographics, memes, key messages etc.
- Utilize social media and other digital tools (texting programs, e-blast etc) to maximize digital list building
- Deepen supporters sense of identity and involvement with organization and campaigns, including both online and offline engagement
- Understand and apply data analytics related to the organization and campaigns’ email list, website, and social media channels to improve the effectiveness of the work
- Support traditional media work and cultivate relationships with media to facilitate coverage of actions and events; cover actions and events using live digital tools
Qualifications and Skills:
- Demonstrated skills in organizing and community outreach (experience with digital and/or coalition organizing preferred)
- Experience using online tools to effectively tell the story of a campaign, build digital strategy, identify and activate supporters
- Commitment to understand race, class, gender, and other equity issues as part of your work as well as the impact these structural issues have on our collective work environment
- Belief in and commitment to progressive social, racial, and economic justice
- Deep connection to people and organizations in the county of work
- Superior interpersonal skills, an ability to work with a diverse array of individuals and communities, and an ability to challenge people to take risks in order to make change
- Exceptional oral and written communication skills
- Ability to receive and integrate performance based feedback into ongoing work plans as well as the ability to provide relevant and timely feedback to peers in a constructive manner
- PA Drivers License and use of a vehicle
The work schedule can at times be greater than 40 hours per week and includes evening and weekend meetings and events, as necessary. It is not a strictly 9am-5pm position. Travel may be required within the county of work and may be required to spend extended periods of time in different communities across Western Pennsylvania.
This is a full time position and is part of the PA Workers United bargaining unit. Starting salary is $43,000.
Submit cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Digital Organizer.” Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.