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Community Impact Coordinator

Ocala, FL

Relocation expenses: Not paid

Full time
1 - 2 years of experience
Associate Degree
$31,000 to $40,000 per year

Published on 30 Sep 2020

Expires on 30 Sep 2020

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Community Impact Coordinator

United Way of Marion County is seeking candidates for its Community Impact Coordinator position.  This is a full-time position, located here in Marion County.  Primary duties would be to assist the Director of Community Impact in overseeing the management of our Vision Councils and other work in the community such as our VITA, ReadingPals, Strong Families and EFSP programs.  The job description below has more details on the position.  Please apply by sending a resume and cover letter to  Application deadline is September 30, 2020.

United Way of Marion County

Job Description


DATE:                         September, 2020

POSITION TITLE:      Community Impact Coordinator

REPORTS TO:           Director of Community Impact

Exemption Status:      Full- time, non-exempt

Position Objective

To support the implementation of the Goals/Objectives/Strategies adopted by the United Way Board of Directors; continuous improvement of the Education, Financial Stability and Health Vision Councils efforts to address identified community needs.  

Job Relationship:

External:  Interact with volunteers, associated committees, United Way partners, other United Way organizations. Internal: Interact with all staff and volunteers.

Primary Job Responsibilities/Duties:

Community Impact

  • Provide support for all Vision Councils’ activities (including but not limited to preparing agendas, confirming speakers, sending meeting reminders, updating rosters and email groups)
  • Managing the software for United Way’s grant funding process (e-CImpact) used by applicants, volunteers and staff, including training, implementation and ensuring data integrity
  • Identify community agencies and coordinate application process for Funded Partners
  • Assist the Director of Community Impact in the oversight and support of the organizations’ internal initiatives
  • Assist with management of the administrative process of the county’s FEMA/EFSP award
  • Provide administrative support for community partnerships as directed by the Director of Community Impact
  • Represent United Way at public events and promote resources as necessary
  • Other duties as assigned


Education:  College Associates degree preferred


Background working with non-profit agencies, project management and administrative support. Minimum of 3 years experience preferred.

Knowledge and Skills:

Communication Skills; both written and verbal

Organizational Skills

Tracking Grant Reporting

Project Management

Volunteer Management

Competence in Microsoft software products