Details: 20 hours per week- $17 - $19/ hour
145 Ames Street
The Community Outreach Coordinator will provide strategic support to Rosie’s Place satellite office and the Franklin Field community that is consistent with Rosie’s Place mission, philosophy and policies. Our goal is to assist guests with strengthening self-preservation, independence, empowerment and building community.
20 hours/weekly (Mon-Friday flexible schedule)
- Provide administrative support to the Community Collaborative Office. Track classes, workshops and all events in Salesforce database including attendance and other pertinent information.
· Research other agencies and community organizations that could provide support and beneficial information to the tenants/guests within the community. Maintain updated accurate information on corkboards within the community.
o Examples include:
§ Cooking Matters
§ Fresh Truck
§ Financial Literacy
§ Cradles to Crayons
§ Mental Health Support
- Ensure all resource lists such as the Franklin Field Welcome Packet, Weekly Franklin Field Newsletter, and Summer Programs/Activities Guide/Afterschool Programs for Children are updated and accurate.
· Plan and organize an annual community health fair. Create a timeline for all workshops, groups, classes, events and activities.
· Conduct outreach to the community by tabling, distributing flyers and door knocking.
- Attend meetings at Rosie’s Place as well as community meetings to maintain an up-to-date understanding of community resources and to market/promote the Community Collaborative program at Franklin Field.
· Build relationships within the community through focus groups, 1:1 relational meetings, and other activities. Organize guests the issues they care about and create opportunity for collective action.
· Provide the community with monthly van runs to local food pantries and quarterly museum visits.
· Additional duties as assigned by the Community Collaborative Manager.
· Bilingual Required: Spanish/English
· Minimum of 1-2 years experience in human services, community outreach, and community organizing.
· Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds, traditions, customs and personalities.
· Proven ability to work independently, creatively, flexibly and prioritize within a high demand environment and a team player.
· Strong communication, computer proficiency and keen organizational skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, salesforce).
· Must have a valid driver’s license and a safe driving record.
· Report directly to the Community Collaborative Manager.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
· Job is performed in a general community/office environment
· Day-to-day work includes paper and computer work as well as interaction with staff, guests and volunteers
· The position requires travel between facilities and community locations
· Occasional evening work-related events
REPORTS TO: Community Collaborative Manager
Level of Language Proficiency
Bilingual Required: Spanish/English
Minimum Education Required