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Community Impact Manager

Community Impact Manager

locationRockledge, FL, USA
PublishedPublished: Published 1 week ago
Community Services
Full time
3 - 5 years of experience
$48 - $55 per year

As the Community Impact Manager, you will work alongside a dedicated and diverse team focused on identifying pressing human services needs and creating meaningful solutions. You will collaborate with nonprofit health and human services partners, educational institutions, businesses, government agencies, and community members to assess where needs are greatest and spearhead high-impact initiatives that strengthen the lives of individuals and families. 
Primary Position Responsibilities 
•    Lead key United Way of Brevard (UWB) Community Impact strategic initiatives, including stakeholder and volunteer engagement, programmatic coordination with community partners, and maintenance and reporting of records and program data. 
•    Convene and manage select community collaborations, ensuring key stakeholder engagement to develop and execute strategies that elevate and support individuals and families in the Brevard County community. Collaborations include Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), Mission United, Mayor’s Fitness Challenge, Financial Literacy and additional groups as determined. 
•    In partnership with the UWB Community Impact Director, develop and implement capacity-building initiatives for UWB partner agencies and community network partners. Areas of responsibility include identification of needs, development, and delivery of educational and skill-building offerings, and one-to-one or small group support. 
•    Support Resource Development to promote results and increase donor interest in United Way work, volunteer opportunities, and engagement. 
•    Participate in corporate campaign events to educate donors on community needs and what UWB is doing to address those needs. 
Additional Position Responsibilities 
•    Assist the UWB Community Impact Director with data analysis, collection, and reporting. 
•    Represent UWB in community forums and groups, educating stakeholders about the vision and mission of UWB and connecting positive community impact of UWB and partner agencies to identified human services priorities. 
•    Support and communicate UWB’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion by engaging diverse populations in collaborations, programming, and support. 
•    In partnership with UWB leadership and staff, participate in grant proposal preparation and/or management as assigned. 
•    Supports the Community Impact/allocation process, including staffing panels and assisting with agency training and material preparation. 
•    Additional responsibilities as determined by UWB Community Impact Director in support of UWB’s mission. 
Position Qualifications 
Bachelor's degree and a minimum of three years related experience required, with an emphasis in education, nonprofit or public administration, public health, social work, or social sciences field preferred. Candidates with a combination of educational background and extensive work experience in health and human services or a related field will be considered. 
Position Requirements

•    Excellent organization and time management skills and the ability to coordinate, delegate and supervise.  
•    Self-starter that has the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.   
•    Comfortable using technology and has experience with Microsoft Office products including Excel, has prior experience using computers daily, and prior experience using databases/CRMs and reporting/dashboard modules 
•    Expertise in developing and delivering presentations and workshops to diverse audiences and through various platforms (in-person, online, hybrid). Ability to identify and collaborate with community partners. 
•    Demonstrated leadership in programmatic strategic planning, development and implementation. 
•    Current Florida driver’s license and a vehicle with appropriate insurance coverage if required to drive in the course of performing assigned duties and responsibilities. 
•    Ability to work a flexible schedule during certain parts of the year that will require occasional night and weekend work. 
Physical Requirements 
Environment, Physical Activity, and Mental Demands 
The environment for this position is an open office that is clean and comfortable and includes driving a vehicle approximately 25% of the time. The position is in a non-confined office-type setting in which he/she is free to move about at will and may include some minor annoyances such as noise, odors, drafts, etc. 
The incumbent in the course of performing this position spends time writing, typing, speaking, listening, lifting (up to 50 pounds), carrying, seeing (such as close, color and peripheral vision, depth perception and adjusted focus), sitting, pulling, walking, standing, squatting, kneeling and reaching. 
The incumbent for this position may operate any or all of the following: telephone, cellular telephone, beeper, copy, fax machines, calculator, typewriter, personal computer, related printers and related office equipment. 
The incumbent in this position must be able to read and interpret documents or instruments; possess strong telephone skills; perform highly detailed work; assist or guide problem solving; perform mathematical functions; prepare written communication; perform specialized analytical reasoning; withstand stress; and handle multiple, concurrent tasks and constant interruptions. Will be required to develop skills in the operation of the ANDAR database software.

Mission-Focused: Catalyze others’ commitment to mission to create real social change that leads to better lives and healthier communities.  This drives their performance and professional motivations.  
Relationship-Oriented: Understands that people come before process and is astute in cultivating and managing relationships toward a common goal.  
Collaborator: understands the roles and contributions of all sectors of the community and can mobilize resources (financial and human) through meaningful engagement. 
Results-Driven: Dedicated to shared and measurable goals for the common good; creating, resourcing, scaling, and leveraging strategies and innovations for broad investment and impact. 
Brand Steward: Steward of the brand and understands his/her role in growing and protecting the reputation and results of the greater network. 
Brevard County, Florida, also known as Florida’s Space Coast, is a groundbreaking region along the east coast of the Sunshine State. Home to the world-famous launch pads of Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Brevard County’s rich history is built upon generations of high-tech talent, yet boasts a small-town community feel where members can truly make a difference. With an abundance of amenities for the right work-life balance, Florida’s Space Coast offers a unique lifestyle with tropical weather, cultural activities, educational opportunities, year-round outdoor recreation, and a family-friendly atmosphere. Even the world's most significant vacation playground is just a short ride, which means you can get annual passes for endless access to the thrills and off-season crowds at Orlando theme parks and attractions, all while enjoying the relaxed oceanside community that has sent man to the moon and continues to launch advances for humankind. You can learn more about the endless lifestyle options found here, at www.LiveBigSpaceCoast.com.


Required degree level

  • Bachelor

Years of experience

  • 3 - 5 years of experience

Salary range

  • $48 - $55 per year

Skills and Competencies

  • Community Expertise
  • Adaptability and Change Management
  • MS Office