Community Impact Director
United Way of Story County seeks a full-time employee to support and advance our mission of improving lives by managing the development, implementation, and evaluation of a community impact agenda in the focus areas of health, education and financial stability. The information and data obtained by the Community Impact Director and partners is used in the results-based accountability framework to establish outcome measures and to positively impact leading community indicators. This position is focused on building relationships with external organizations and key stakeholders to ensure a positive, mutually supportive environment of collaborating to address the county’s most pressing needs.
Bachelor’s degree required and three to five years of experience in a nonprofit organization or related field or comparable combination of education and experience. Experience in coordination and management of diverse projects; building coalitions, collaborations, and partnerships. Experience in community needs assessment measurement. Demonstrated skills in Excel and other data analytics. Expertise in group facilitation skills, focus groups, and market segmentation.
Knowledge of human service issues, community relations, and outcome-based evaluations. Ability to develop information and raw data into meaningful conclusions. Ability to recognize common factors and trends. Strong organizational, project, and time management skills. Ability to meet established deadlines.
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Please electronically submit cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references by noon on March 29 to Jean Kresse at firstname.lastname@example.org.