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Community Impact Manager

Findlay, OH

Relocation expenses: Not paid

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

Published on 4 Aug 2023

Expires on 25 Aug 2023

Community Impact Manager

PURPOSE

The Community Impact Manager pursues UWHC’s mission by mobilizing and deepening resources to enhance measurably improving the lives of vulnerable children, families, and individuals in Hancock County. This role is responsible for maintaining strong relationships with local non-profits, finding collaborative solutions to community issues, facilitating the UWHC grant allocation process and developing outside grant opportunities to bring additional dollars into Hancock County.

POSITION SUMMARY

COMMUNITY IMPACT (25%): KNOW THE COMMUNITY, DEVELOP RELATIONSHIPS, SEEK SOLUTIONS

  • Develop/manage relationships with local non-profits: UWHC partners and others
  • Collaborate with community partners to maximize impact
  • Coordinate the involvement of diverse stakeholders (agencies, businesses, volunteers, schools, governmental bodies) for collective impact on community issues
  • Monitor Hancock County social service priorities
  • Support UWHC and community-focused committees and problem-solving groups
  • Coordinate informative stakeholder experiences to assist with advocacy and fundraising

INTERNAL GRANT LEAD (15%): MANAGE THE PROCESS TO DISBURSE UWHC FUNDS

  • Strategize, plan, communicate and manage the annual UWHC grant process
  • Measure UWHC impacts and results at the agency, program, and community levels
  • Recruit, train and support the volunteer team that recommends funding allocations

EXTERNAL GRANT WRITER (60%): TELL UWHC'S STORY IMPACTFULLY

  • Prepare proposals by determining concept, gathering, and formatting information, writing drafts, and obtaining approvals
  • Deploy a strong knowledge of UWHC’s history, priorities, and programs
  • Meet proposal and reporting deadlines
  • Gathering, writing, review, approval, and transmittal.
  • Maintain quality submissions and strong results
  • Perform other essential duties

EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE

  • Excellent analytical, organizational, time management, interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral
  • Interpersonal skill in working with and motivating volunteers and others
  • Strong problem-solving, creativity, and continuous improvement skills
  • Education/experience in writing, marketing, or public/social service administration/planning, are a plus. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent needed
  • Demonstrated ability to create, grow and retain strong customer relationships
  • Strong computer skills, with experience with Microsoft products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

PERSONAL SKILLS

  • Must have passion for UWHC's mission with a commitment to service
  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and flexibly as part of a team
  • Initiative-taking with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple projects running simultaneously
  • Demonstrated ability to listen effectively and solicit information from others

REPORTS TO   CEO            STATUS FULL-TIME/SALARY/EXEMPT