Job Summary: The Director of Financial Stability is responsible for the research, development and implementation of financial stability programs and services.
Reporting Responsibilities: The Director of Financial Stability reports directly
to the Vice President of Community and Neighborhood Development.
Evaluation: The Vice President of Community and Neighborhood Development, following adopted policies of The Community Partnership of the Ozarks, and United Way of the Ozarks, evaluates the Director of Financial Stability.
¨ Bachelor’s degree in business management, education, social work or related field from an accredited college or university. Five (5) years prior work experience and/or advanced degree
¨ Supervision experience preferred;
¨ Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to take a team approach and develop relationships within the agency, in the public and private sectors of the community;
¨ Public speaking/facilitation skills;
¨ Strong analytical skills and ability to measure and evaluate program performance;
¨ Strong time management skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously;
¨ Experience and knowledge of grant writing and facilitation preferred;
¨ Ability to work with people from all socio-economic level, backgrounds and professional levels;
¨ Must be able to effectively communicate the mission and work of Community Partnership of the Ozarks, Inc.
¨ Research and continue to develop services and programs that promote financial stability;
¨ Develop and maintain relationships with community organizations and partner agencies;
¨ Implement marketing strategies to promote Making Sense of Money (MSOM), VITA and other financial stability services and programs
¨ Develop and maintain working relationship with VITA Site Coordinators, MSOM Facilitators and MSOM Advisory Coalition;
¨ Actively seek funding sources and opportunities to maintain and expand services;
¨ Establish and maintain project budgets through monitoring program expenses;
¨ Document in-kind services, numbers served, outcome measures, etc. as required for reports to grant and funding sources;
¨ Implement evaluation methods for services and programs;
¨ Supervision of staff and/or student interns;
¨ Maintain confidentiality;
¨ Communicate regularly with the Vice President of Community and Neighborhood Development and other stakeholders to ensure expedient and effective implementation of services and programs;
¨ Participate in relevant professional development and training opportunities;
¨ Participate in CPO’s resource development/fundraising activities;
¨ Other duties as assigned.
¨ Recruit and retain volunteers for programs;
The position of Director of Financial Stability is a grant-funded position and is based upon funding availability. This is an exempt full-time position. Community Partnership is an Equal Opportunity Employer.