Worker-Owned Enterprises Manager

Website CatalystMiami Catalyst Miami

Igniting community-driven progress


Catalyst Miami, a nonprofit organization igniting community-driven change, is seeking a Worker-Owned Enterprises Manager is responsible for supporting the organization’s Worker-Owned Enterprises Program comprised of an academy and incubator for worker-owned-and-run businesses called worker cooperatives. The Manager will help cooperatives troubleshoot problems as they arise, connect cooperatives with partnership, business development, and funding opportunities.


SALARY: $50,000 – $55,000
BENEFITS: 401K, 401K match, PTO, Health, Dental, Vision


  • Support recruitment for and management of the year-long Cooperative Academy.
  • Work with TA providers to create workshops and training support materials for Academy.
  • Facilitate Academy sessions on business development and entrepreneurship.
  • Support the development of a non-extractive loan fund for Miami worker cooperatives.
  • Develop, review, and assist in underwriting non-extractive loans for worker cooperatives in Miami.
  • Coordinate legal incorporation and governance structure with attorneys, when applicable.
  • Coordinate with consultants providing TA to the organization on worker cooperative development.
  • Review and assist in implementing marketing strategy with program participants.
  • Support the development/strengthening of the back office for cooperative businesses, including bookkeeping, benefits packages, and more.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor and CEO.


  • Language: Professional working proficiency in oral and written English. Haitian Creole and/or Spanish preferred.
  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Years of experience: 5 years
  • Computer skills required: Microsoft Office suite and comfort learning and adopting new web-based platforms.
  • Other skills required: Working with diverse communities, facilitating consensus-based decision-making among groups, excellent listening skills, conflict resolution, coaching and mentoring, leadership development, raising capital.


Please send an email to De’Sean Weber at with your resume, cover letter, and the answer to the following two questions: What does economic and racial justice mean to you? And, what does economic democracy mean to you?

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