Are you passionate about helping those experiencing poverty? Do you want to make a difference by helping to launch a new initiative in Northwest Baltimore? Do you have the ability to work collaboratively with various people and organizations to help move their goals forward? Building on an array of existing services designed to support individuals and families experiencing poverty, A large Jewish nonprofit which works to enhance Jewish life and addresses charitable, educational, religious, humanitarian, health, cultural and social service needs of the Jewish community locally, nationally, in Israel and throughout the world is seeking an Associate for the RIDE: An Anti-poverty Initiative to develop and implement a dynamic, targeted approach to foster financial wellness. RIDE is a four-pronged approach to Reduce stigma, Increase access and lower barriers to services, Deepen partnerships and Enhance efficiencies and leverage data. This grant funded position serves as a key member of the Community Planning and Allocations team and will engage communal partners in creative and innovative ways to assist the 15% of households in Jewish Baltimore experiencing poverty and to empower them to take steps toward sustained financial wellness. Responsibilities include understanding communal needs, analyzing data, building, and developing partnerships with local and national communal partners, and creating marketing and evaluation strategies with colleagues.
- Represent the nonprofit.
- Develop an in-depth understanding of the scope of financial wellness services within the network.
- Develop strong relationships within the system.
- Collaborate with synagogues, schools, and other organizations to further RIDE: An Anti-poverty initiative.
- Develop and implement key RIDE: Anti-poverty strategies.
- Provide regular communications with relevant information to lay and professional leadership.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree required.
- Three to five years work-related experience.
- Strong knowledge of human services, particularly anti-poverty work.
- A passion for helping empower community members in need.
- Superior organizational skills.
- Experience in designing and launching new programs.
- Ability to exercise discretion and confidentiality with sensitive information is required.
- Ability to effectively manage multiple deadlines and priorities is required.
- Ability to participate and collaborate in a team setting is required.
PLEASE NOTE: All active full-time, part-time, and temporary staff are required to provide proof of full vaccination (COVID-19) as a condition of employment within the system as of November 15, 2021.
Schedule: Full-time; Hybrid
Benefits: Benefit Package included.
Zip code: 21201
Job ID: # 10305AIA