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Weber Communities that Care (CTC) Coordinator

companyUnited Way of Northern Utah
locationOgden, UT, USA
PublishedPublished: Published 2 weeks ago
Full time
1 - 2 years of experience
$51,000 to $60,000 per year

Title: Weber Communities that Care (CTC) Coordinator

Reports to: Director of Community Resources

Supervises: Weber CTC Assistant Coordinator

About United Way of Northern Utah (UWNU): United Way of Northern Utah is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, serving Weber, Morgan, Box Elder, and Oneida counties. Its mission is to unite people and organizations to build a healthy, stable, and well-educated community where individuals, families, and neighborhoods thrive. Website: http://www.uwnu.org

About Weber CTC: The Weber Communities That Care Coalition (Weber CTC) strengthens youth, families, and our community by prioritizing underage substance use prevention and mental health promotion. We envision a strong and healthy community in which all individuals can thrive. Website: www.weberctc.org

Goal: Weber CTC is structured as a department within the UWNU’s Community Resource Team. This position is a highly visible leadership position in the Weber High School cone (WHS and its feeder schools), which can also be defined as the cities of North Ogden, Pleasant View, Harrisville, and Ogden Valley. The Coordinator position interacts with key community leaders, nonprofit and government agencies, an extensive volunteer base, and other stakeholders to facilitate program goals and objectives. As the full-time Coordinator, this position will oversee the daily work of the Assistant Coordinator and ensure that responsibilities are delegated when appropriate. The Coordinator will be primarily responsible for grant reporting, budget management, and being the point liaison between Weber CTC and United Way of Northern Utah.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Serve as front line representative for the Weber CTC coalition to build cooperative relationships with community leaders, agencies, volunteers, and other stakeholders. a. Travel throughout the designated Weber cone area is a requirement of the job. b. Meet with local officials, school district leaders, and others to promote community-wide buy-in for the CTC program and strategies c. Coordinate public and other group presentations d. Work with people from a wide variety of levels, from youth to administration to elected officials. e. Facilitate the preparation and release of survey information to the community f. Coordinate IT set up for meetings

2. Volunteer management; recruit, orient, and work with volunteer coalition members a. Oversee community volunteer coordination, recognition, and communications.

3. Work with Weber CTC members to develop short and long-term goals for the Weber CTC coalition. Ensure that the goals of the Coalition’s action plan are achieved. Related activities include: a. Write and update annual CTC Community Action Plan that includes Coalition’s action plan goals (in collaboration with community board). b. Implement, evaluate and make necessary changes to programs in support of the Weber CTC coalition’s goals

4. Perform various duties necessary to oversee management of Weber CTC programs and strategies to ensure Coalition’s action plan and budget requirements are met including: a. Provide basic financial reports applicable to the Coalition action plan to UWNU fiscal team b. Oversee the Weber CTC budget, including management and reporting of all funding sources. Ensure that all reports are done in a timely manner in accordance with funders’ standards and requirements c. Facilitate the Weber CTC Funding Workgroup to ensure diverse funding sources. Research for and write grants that align with the Coalition's goals. d. Oversee Coalition program marketing to ensure high levels of participation. e. Ensure policies and procedures relating to programs are implemented and followed. f. Facilitate the Coalition‘s work to ensure programs are effectively evaluated and collaborate with the community board to identify effective evidence-based programing g. Provide conflict resolution for resolving issues and problems relating to CTC program; responding to and investigating public complaints;

5. Perform administrative tasks for the Coalition Workgroups, Committees, and Boards, to ensure materials are ready for meetings.

6. Prepare statistical reports, process data and perform other related tasks.

7. Answer incoming calls, emails, social media, and website messages.

8. Attend trainings in identified prevention and community coalition subjects to serve as a resource in a variety of subjects, primarily substance use and suicide prevention.

9. Oversee the daily work of the part-time Assistant Coordinator.

Required Competencies: ● Relationship-Oriented: Understand that people come before process and are personable in cultivating and managing relationships toward a common goal. ● Collaborative: Understand the roles and contributions of all sectors of the community and can mobilize resources (financial and human) through meaningful engagement. ● Mission-Focused: Catalyze others’ commitment to the mission to create real social change that leads to better lives and healthier communities. ● 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. ● Action-Oriented: Look to find new solutions to old problems, and take on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.

Position Requirements: ● Ability to develop and maintain community partnerships. ● Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. ● Ability to operate standard office equipment. ● Grant writing and management skills. ● Budget management skills. ● Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and Google Suite. ● Demonstrated ability to handle stressful situations, negotiate and resolve conflicts, maintain confidentiality and respect, and observe organizational protocol. ● Ability to perform responsibilities with integrity, aligning with the mission, vision, and values of UWNU. ● Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule with some evenings, weekend events, and out of town travel. Must possess a valid driver's license, current auto insurance, and daily access to a reliable vehicle. ● Position requires short distance travel by car and occasional long distance travel by car, van, or airplane. Long distance travel may include being in or out-of-state for a week at a time. ● Must be able to lift 50 lbs. to assist with setting up for events and activities. Must be able to perform strenuous activities that require strength, stamina, and overall good health, and be able to stand for multiple hours.

Preferred Requirements: ● Bachelor degree in Social Work, Public Health or related field ● Two year’s work experience in a related field ● Education may be substituted for experience or a combination of both is applicable

Salary Range: $50,000 - $58,000 based on experience and qualifications

Location: Hybrid - 50/50 (50% of time spent working remotely and 50% of time spent in the Weber Country area for in-person meetings and events) - This position must be available for some travel both regionally and nationally for training and conferences.

Hours: Full-Time, Exempt

Benefits: A comprehensive benefits plan includes vacation, sick, holidays, health, dental, vision, disability, life, and a 403(b) match of up to 10% of your salary after 1 year of employment.

How to Apply: Please send cover letter AND resume to Jill Browning at jbrowning@uwnu.org

Closing Date: Posted until filled

Required degree level

  • Bachelor

Years of experience

  • 1 - 2 years of experience

Salary range

  • $51,000 to $60,000 per year