|COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORD|
|SEIU Professional Exempt|
|The Community Outreach Coordinator performs administrative and professional work. This position manages the Mayor's Matching Grants program and works as a resource for community enhancement. Responsibilities include; grant preparation, processing, and technical client assistance from award to close out. In addition, this position develops newsletters, presentations and informational materials, best practices and producing pages for the City's web site about City program services. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Community Affairs Director and is reviewed through conferences, reports and results obtained.|
|Administrates and monitors the Mayor's Matching Grant program.
Compiles and analyze quarterly reports for all matching grant projects; prepares matching grant executive summaries, annual reports.
Coordinates and conduct training of staff and public about Mayor's Matching Grant requirements and procedures.
Coordinates the annual Mayor's Grant award selection and award process.
Implements grant related special events, workshops, and meetings; coordinating the selection of grant recipients; managing fiscal accountability, and coordinating grant oversight and management.
Monitors the City's funding to arts and cultural organizations through United Arts
Recruits, trains, and facilitates the Citizen's Review Panel (CRP) volunteers and attending CRP review meetings with community based human services organizations.
Plans and monitors the City's funding to community based human services organizations in partnership with the Heart of Florida United Way.
Serves as the City's lead for Emergency Service Function (ESF) 15, Volunteers and Donated Goods. Plans and conducts ESF 15 training and Emergency Information Center (EIC) training for citizens and employee volunteers who staff the EIC when the EOC is activated. Recruits and monitors all volunteers and coordinates all ESF activities with the OCA Director through the City's Emergency Manager.
|Knowledge of City department, Boards and their respective services, and policies and procedures.
Knowledge of community resources including service agencies, funding sources, and their strategies and their role in the community.
Knowledge of Community resources in the government, public , and private sectors.
Knowledge of grant administration, organizational development, team building, volunteer recruitment and management, conflict resolution, and managing and facilitating meetings, training and workshops.
Knowledge of basic survey and interview methodologies.
Skilled in grant research, writing and proposal development.
Skilled in research techniques, report generation and project management.
Skilled in public speaking, developing and making presentations, and conducting workshops.
Skilled in computer graphics, photography, event planning an implementation.
Ability to work independently and demonstrate independent judgment.
Ability to operate a personal computer, a camera, video camcorder, public address systems, an other audiovisual equipment needed to make presentations.
Ability to draft clear, concise narratives, correspondence, reports and documents.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to handle multiple projects and remain focused and flexible.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City employees, elected city Officials, neighborhood leadership and residents, area businesses, and social services agencies.
Ability to work evenings and weekends.
|Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Public Relations, or related field; plus a minimum of three (3) years experience in government grant administration and (2) years experience in developing and administering neighborhood or community enfacement programs; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. A valid Florida Drivers license required.|