POSITION: Economic Empowerment Program- Prosperity Coordinator
LOCATION: Downtown Miami, FL (Headquarters Bldg and remote)
STATUS: Full-Time with Full Benefits. Exempt
SALARY: $1,368.00 Bi-Weekly Salary, $35,568.00 annualized
Summary: Responsible for coordinating the YWCA’s Economic Empowerment/Prosperity Program, providing financial literacy, coaching, planning and financial and social services referrals for women and families; responsible with meeting required activities, outcomes, and deliverables of the Economic Empowerment Prosperity Program
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Coordinates and delivers daily program operation in the areas of Financial Literacy (teens and adults), Career Exploration, Matched Savings, Wealth Building, Small Business, and Tax Preparation.
Recruits eligible participants for the program, through personal presentations, fliers, e-mail blasts, contact with other program managers, and referrals.
Develops new curriculum for financial literacy workshops in English, Haitian Creole and Spanish.
Runs workshops for clients by recruiting, connecting and executing financial literacy strategies, including case management.
Coordinates, teaches and delivers some of the modules with partners and recruits professionals and negotiates partnerships/collaborations to teach the others sections of curriculum.
Pre-determines eligibility for program participation by collecting income documentation. Once participant is approved, provides assistance in the implementation of the savings plans and goals developed during the workshops.
Coordinates the applications of new accounts at financial partner institutions.
Monitors client’s accounts based on financial institutions monthly report. Provides case management to individuals who participate in the saving program to ensure that they are maintaining their accounts in accordance with their stated goals.
Monitors participants’ attendance, prepares materials/handouts, documenting program benchmarks; provides education and community resource information in Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties
Helps provide case management to individuals as needed, in accordance with their stated goals and/or help building a plan and budget to support participant’s plan. Tracking clients to assure that clients are aware of follow-up program requirements; surveys; maintains case management records and statistical reports; researches and drafts written responses for Director.
Provides one on one coaching to participants, evaluating their life and financial plans
Acts as liaison to coordinate and maintain relationships with program partners including banking institutions and grantors. . Identifies and develops relationships with new program partners.
Identifies and develops relationships with new program partners.
Establishes relationships and collaborations with new partners to benefit participants and promote the YWCA vision and mission.
Participates in committees with partners (e.g. loan committee for Ways to Work), makes commitment and negotiates for program expansion and enhancements.
Obtains certification and training in the areas of interest to the program in order to provide a professional and up-to date service to participants (e.g. FDIC and HSBC training; University of Florida Financial Literacy Training, Coaching by the College of Central New Mexico)
Develops program manual, new or revised policies, procedures and forms for the programs including but not limited to: requirements for eligibility and for ongoing participation, grounds for program termination, etc and submits to supervisor for approval.
Develops and administers budgets, prepares all program and fiscal reports required by grantors, and associated reports and submits to Director of Community Programs Services for approval.
Processes paperwork such as P.O.s, Volunteer Applications, PAFS, etc
Performs regular reviews of all program revenues and expenditures; identifies new grantors; develops and writes grants, and communicates variances and recommendations to supervisor.
Builds a network of business relationships that support subsidized and unsubsidized employment opportunities for participants.
Assists in the development and documents job duties, and follows up with employer/participant surveys regularly to ensure program satisfaction and success.
Develops and/or strengthens relationships with local employers, colleges, military, and social service agencies leading to fulfillment of contractual objectives.
Maintains accurate participant records, performs filing and general clerical functions.
Tracks and reports on placement activities.
Works with staff to identify job placement concerns and propose solutions.
Program marketing, outreach and community engagement
Understands of Labor Market Information, Demand Occupations, and watch for trends in employment.
Bachelor’s degree (BA or BS) from an accredited college/university in Social Work, Human Services, Social Services, Public Administration, Sociology, or related field of study and two (2) to four (4) years of related experience preferably in a related non-profit environment or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of case management and administrative support, with considerable knowledge of investigative techniques; Knowledge of community resources preferred. Case management experience with low income households preferred. Data entry and Data Management experience needed.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $35,568.00 per year
- Dental insurance
- Disability insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Employee discount
- Flexible schedule
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Professional development assistance
- Referral program
- Retirement plan
- Vision insurance
- Nonprofit management: 1 year (Preferred)
- Case management: 1 year (Preferred)
- Waiting period may apply
- Only full-time employees eligible
- Temporarily due to COVID-19