The Manager, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund will lead all aspects of United Way’s role as facilitator of the City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund including government relations with City Council and Administration, volunteer relations with the Human Service Advisory Committee, and grantee relationships with funded organizations. In addition, the Manager will provide key leadership to United Way projects that support our mission and provide support to families in poverty. Responsibilities include administration of the City of Cincinnati Human Services program investments based on desired community outcomes and leading government relations and impact projects for United Way.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Using established procedures and policies, manage operations of the City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund. Provide staff support to the Human Services Advisory Committee. Lead the proposal processes, including any new processes for new priorities. Provide strategic leadership for the Human Services Fund, in consultation with Community Impact and Public Policy leadership, to ensure that City expectations are met and the program is continually improving.
- Serve as program officer to Human Services funded agencies; provide technical assistance and coordinate agency site visits as appropriate. Lead outcome measurement and data collection processes to evaluate grantee performance and report that performance as required by United Way’s contract with the City of Cincinnati.
- United Way projects as assigned, including maintaining an in-depth knowledge of performance measurement systems, emerging social trends, and community concerns. Provide leadership and support for key projects related to United Way’s government relations and public policy efforts to improve systems to support family well-being across our region.
COMPETENCIES: Measurable Impact - Achievement Oriented, Accountability, Communications Skills, Technology Proficient, Interpersonal Skills – Builds Relationships
- Bachelor’s degree in public administration, planning or related disciplines or equivalent experience.
- A minimum of five years’ experience in a non-profit or governmental setting required.
- Knowledge of the civic sector, government, and non-profit human service and community development systems required.
- Knowledge of and experience with program evaluation is also required.
- Strong analytic and research abilities required, as well as proficiency in oral and written communications.
- Knowledge of and experience with the philanthropic investment approach and community impact strategies highly desired.
Applicants should apply by Friday, November 6, 2020 via the link below:
UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion