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Assistant Director of Household Stability

United Way of Weld County
Greeley, CO

Relocation expenses: Not paid

Director
Full time
1 - 2 years of experience
Bachelor's Degree
$41,000 to $50,000 per year

Published on 15 Jun 2020

Expires on 15 Jun 2020

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Assistant Director of Household Stability

Position Description
Assistant Director of Household Stability

Supervisor
Director of Community Impact

General Description
The Assistant Director of Household Stability facilitates Collective Impact work for Older Adults & Healthy Aging and Household Stability focus areas. As a “deeper dive” the assistant director also facilitates the implementation of Weld’s Way Home: A Strategic Plan to Address and Prevent Homelessness in Weld County (WWH), in order to decrease homelessness and housing instability through a continuum of aligned services. The work of WWH falls within the Household Stability Collective Impact focus area and is the community’s effort to address the “homeless” and “unstable” focus of a household stability “homeless --> unstable --> stable --> self-sufficient” spectrum. The assistant director ensures that the efforts in all three areas are aligned.

Responsibilities
Two Areas of Program Emphasis
I. addressing and preventing homelessness for all vulnerable households
II. helping to ensure that older adults can age in community (as self-defined by the household)

Project Development
Keeping in mind four unique populations—families, individuals (chronically homeless), veterans, and youth—and housing first principles, implement the Household Stability Collective Impact and Weld’s Way Home strategic plan efforts.

  • Facilitate the ongoing work of the Household Stability Collective Impact work group.
  • Facilitate the Weld’s Way Home Executive Council, a group of volunteers and service providers responsible for plan execution.
  • Catalyze, monitor implementation of and measure efficacy of the Household Stability Collective Impact and Weld’s Way Home strategic plan and efforts.
  • Create and implement new programs as gaps in homeless and housing services are identified in committees.

Keeping in mind the best practices related to supporting older adults to stay in their homes, implement the plans outlined by the Older Adult & Healthy Aging Collective Impact workgroup.

  • Facilitate the ongoing work of the Older Adult & Healthy Aging Collective Impact work group.
  • Catalyze, monitor implementation of and measure efficacy of the Older Adult and Healthy Aging efforts.
  • Create and implement new programs as gaps in older adult services are identified in committees.

Research and Connection

  • Through relationships, reports, networks, and other means, discover for all three efforts ways to make them sustainable.
  • Meet and collaborate with local, state-wide and national networks, focused funders, governmental officials, nonprofit organizations, innovative businesses, and others that are addressing homelessness, housing instability and/or are working with older adults in Weld County.

United Way of Weld County General

  • Support and promote the mission, values, goals and objectives of UWWC, including representing UWWC in professional organizations and the community (as assigned)
  • Support all UWWC staff that work in the household stability realm, including but not limited to the HNC Coordinator, the HNC VISTA and the CAHPS Coordinator
  • Support all HNC activities and guests including direct service provision as needed
  • Support fundraising efforts of UWWC and activities that support UWWC
  • Support UWWC annual events, UWWC disaster response, and other activities as assigned
  • Attend appropriate staff meetings and in service opportunities
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills/Qualifications/Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree and/or background in community development, homeless care systems development, health/human services, or related nonprofit experience
  • Self-motivated; proven excellent performance standards and quality of work
  • Excellent customer service and phone skills
  • Effective interpersonal communication skills including group presentations, training, and one-on-one conversations
  • Event facilitation and meeting management
  • Above average written communications
  • Public speaking ability
  • Organizational skills, detail-oriented, attention to deadlines
  • Ability to multi-task with constantly changing priorities and excellent follow-through skills
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player
  • Volunteer management
  • Data management and analysis skills

Questions?
Please email Melanie Falvo Woolman (mfalvo@unitedway-weld.org).

Application Information
Send resume and cover letter by June 8 (or earlier as interviews begin week of June 1) to:
Melanie Woolman
mfalvo@unitedway-weld.org
OR
United Way of Weld County
PO Box 1944
Greeley, CO 80632-1944