The Community Resource Director manages all aspects of the community resources, community-based participatory partnerships and linkages including ~Work closely with partners to develop the community-based initiative and sustain organizational vision ~ Build and sustain successful relationships with schools, universities, and community stakeholders ~ Engage partners, community organizations, businesses, parents, students, and linked partners in expanding opportunities for service ~ Generate and support partnership opportunities that align with organizational goals and objectives ~ Recruit residents to participate in activities; Assist in the development of appropriate recruitment and retention strategies ~ Solicit and coordinate internal and external service providers - Coordinate coalition activities and manage the operation and resource allocation in collaboration with the oversight provided by the Executive Director and Director of Operations ~ Support a community coalition that supports program development and assessment ~ Engage teaches, community organizations and partners in developing engagement opportunities for community members ~ Complete and submit all required administrative documentation and reporting requirements ~ Participate in all meetings and professional development activities associated with the Community-Based Participatory Partnership initiative as required. Act as liaison with City departments, outside agencies, volunteers and citizens
~ Knowledge of community partnership program strategies that serve low/middle-income communities~ Experience with urban public education and youth development practices~ Experience organizing individuals, groups, and organizations toward articulated goals~ Minimum of two years professional experience in not for profit organizations, youth development, social work, community organizing or related field~ Excellent organizational, communication, and relationship-building skills~ Experience with or knowledge of special education is a plus Certificates/Credentials/Licenses-Excellent Computer Skills MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint Supervisory Responsibilities
Must have a High school diploma or a GED coupled with a combination of workshops, seminars, and/or courses in management or business and three years of supervisory or management
Human Resources Development & Training, Chicago, IL 60649, US
The mission of AWOFINC is to significantly reduce illiteracy, unemployment, youth gang activity, drug and alcohol abuse, violence and homelessness by developing happy purposeful people committed to giving something back to the community.
AWOFINC is a community initiative that is designed to meet the needs of families who do not have the resources that are to attain the supplemental educational services that are needed to enhance the possibility of success for their children. For over two decades AWOFINC has addressed the critical educational, financial, and social needs of the families in Illinois.
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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.