Salary Range: $60,000 – 65,000/yr
The Program Manager will work closely with the financial stability team as well as the broader Mission and Strategy Division team in building relationships with targeted community stakeholders to determine the best practices for achieving highest impact results, identifying effective program investments, analyzing results of programming, and the development and implementation of new initiatives. The ideal Program Manager will serve as the subject matter expert in financial stability, conducting research to support United Way strategic planning.
PRINCICPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Provides leadership in building initiative network. Implements collaboration best practices to improve the functioning and impact of financial stability initiative work. Maintains and builds current financial stability initiatives. Working with team, makes recommendations for new community partnerships and initiatives. Troubleshoots challenges with partners and ensures established goals and outcomes are met. Working with team, plans for collaborative partner meetings, funding processes (when appropriate), and other projects, including developing calendars, applications, and other tools. Identifies and executes opportunities to promote enhanced collaboration among initiative partners in financial stability.
- Maintains relationships with community and initiative partners to advance United Way’s mission. Builds and maintains relationships with individuals, public and private sector community institutions and nonprofit organizations in order to identify community needs related to financial stability; develops approaches to meeting needs, and ensures successful implementation of United Way’s mission in the community. Establishes and builds relationships with expert community stakeholders to determine the best practices for achieving highest impact results; identifies effective program investments and analyzes results of programming. Identifies and supports linkages across all work within Mission and Strategy.
- Serves as subject matter expert in initiative field: Develops and maintains current information on financial stability needs of community as well as best practices to address needs. Develops in-depth understanding of community resources through research, involvement in community planning and advocacy groups and other activities. Uses knowledge to make recommendations about funding priorities, new activities, and direction. Participates in community collaborations, partnerships, and national and state organizations involved in community impact work, identifying appropriate roles for United Way. Conducts regular surveys of the national best practices and determines likelihood of successful implementation in greater Houston region. Develops expertise of initiative partners by planning trainings, sharing information, and other activities.
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