Community Organizer Manager

Website Network for Developing Conscious Communities

The responsibilities of the Community Organizer Manager includes, but are not limited to, working with the Executive Director to develop a comprehensive community development plan with an approved budget; planning and implementing projects in collaboration with staff colleagues.
-Monitoring performance measures and providing timely reporting on engagement and outcomes for grants, projects, and programs;
providing cooperative training and technical assistance;
facilitating 12- week cooperative training sessions to provide opportunities for cooperative members to learn about internal operational issues, learn about the political process, discuss current events impacting their cooperatives, and identify upcoming advocacy and organizing opportunities; working under the supervision of the Executive Director to research, design, and pilot small programs and projects; working with Executive Director and a graphic designer to professionally lay out 12-week Black CoopNomics Training curriculum and share materials with other agencies interested in integrating community organizing into their service model; conducting regular outreach to build awareness and increase member participation in NDCC and new organizing initiatives; and maintaining updated statistics about member involvement in using our online database.

People successful in this role typically have:

3-5 years of experience in an organizational management role, as well as; 1-5 years of experience with business development, business counseling, cooperative development, organizational development, community organizing, or a combination; post graduate degree in relevant field;
Strong written and spoken communication skills. Proficiency in Spanish as well as English will be an advantage;
Have prior experience in organizational management and development;
Have experience in budgeting;
Have experience in meeting facilitation;
Be self-motivated and self-directed;
Possess the ability to work closely within a small team and incorporate constructive feedback and training within their work flow;
Possess strong interpersonal skills and the ability to listen with empathy;
Work well with people of different abilities, cultures, races, identities, and incomes;
Be able to speak, read, and write in English fluently;
Have competency with technology and online platforms such as Zoom, Canva, Microsoft Suite, Google Workspace; and
Demonstrate commitment to racial, social, and economic justice, and deep alignment with the NDCC’s mission and cooperative values


Compensation and Benefits:


The salary range is $50,000 – $60,000 depending on experience. Benefits negotiable.

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