Position: El Centro Comunal Latino Office Manager
Length of Time: Immediate start date. May be renewable based on funding.
Part Time: 20-25 hours/week
Hourly wage: $18.00
· Assists with planning and development of El Centro Comunal Latino’s organizational growth and programs and implements programs as directed by El Centro Board
· Maintains an excellent flow of communication regarding policy issues and consults the board of directors regularly.
· Ensures provision of direct assistance, information, and referrals to clients and providers who contact the CCL.
· Runs the CCL office, including maintaining regular office hours, keeping accurate records, supervising volunteers, collecting relevant information, maintaining agency and client directories, and maintaining all supplies and resources needed for the CCL office.
· Works collaboratively with granting agencies, providers, government officials, and clients to promote Latino and overall community welfare, especially in the area of health, and serves as the public face of the CCL in these interactions.
· Documents CCL activities, does research, and collects data for planning, reporting, and evaluation purposes.
· Produces monthly reports describing services rendered in collaboration with CCL supervisor to guide data-based decision-making and program development.
· Creates health promotion materials in English and Spanish for the media as needed.
· Actively supports and promotes ongoing CCL programs such as Bienvenidos, the Interpreter Network, the AMIGOS mentoring programs for Latino high school students, the COPA Bloomington Soccer Tournament, and the Feria de Salud.
At least 2 years’ experience or the equivalent in a community-based human services organization, and 2 years of college education. Excellent communication and inter-personal skills in English and Spanish. Cultural sensitivity and competency for working with diverse and bilingual clients. Proficiency with computer software (e.g., Excel, Word, Publisher, etc). Must be able to comprehend basic statistics and converse on topics related to public health and education. Must be able to solve problems, initiate activity, and demonstrate leadership. Awareness of issues faced by the local Latino community. Access to reliable transportation to attend meetings and provide outreach services. Occasional in-state travel required. Training will be provided but prior experience with office management and programming will be necessary.
Resumes and questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: August 24, 2012