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Position Title: Health Education and Advocacy Grant Coordinator 

Availability:  August 2021

Monday-Friday; Occasional weekend and/or evening hours may be assigned as needed; 40 hours per week, exempt position, flexible schedule available $17.50-20/hr.  

The following job description includes the major responsibilities and expectations.  This list is not all inclusive; the incumbent may be expected to perform job related duties other than those contained in this list.  

Job Summary

The Health Education and Advocacy Grant Coordinator assures consistent quality of programs and programming for various grants and health programs at the ACCC and with community partners.  Grant Coordinator will work cooperatively with all grant/program managers to ensure the reporting structures and mechanisms are in place for maintaining case files and supporting documents for all health relatedI grants will manage data reporting.

 Responsibilities

Develop donor and client data management plans with CEO and other project  staff by identifying critical control points and preventive measures; monitoring procedures, corrective actions, and verification procedures. Assure the implementation and monitor accordingly the implementation of an agency database systems

Must divide time between multiple partners including planning, processing and implementation.

Work with staff to create needed data categories and upload data to relevant data base systems.

Prepare quality documentation and reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends including failed processes, corrective actions, with document grant reporting requirements.

Provide trainings and support to staff and MHI partners as part of MHI training efforts, or based on strategic work plan goals or determined needs of staff partners. 

Work a flexible work schedule to accommodate the agency’s needs as applicable and  perform other work as requested by Administration

Qualifications

Must be able to work independently and demonstrate team building, problem solving, time management, stress management and decision making skills

Must possess great communication skills including effective verbal, writing and listening skills and the ability to make effective presentations

Excellent organizational and leadership skills including the ability to maintain effective working and community relationships

Communicate in a friendly and informative manner with people from a wide variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds 

Must have good computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet and e-mail. And develop proficiency in Access, Service Point or other data management software

 

Position Title: Women's Program Assistant/ Sudanese Community Advocate

Availability:  

Open now until a suitable candidate is found

Monday-Friday; Occasional weekend and/or evening hours may be assigned as needed; part-time, flexible schedule available; $12-15 per hour, based on experience. The following job description includes major responsibilities and expectations.  This list is not all-inclusive; the incumbent may be expected to perform job-related duties other than those contained in this list.  

Job Summary

The Women’s Program Assistant supports the work of the Women’s Program Manager in both administrative and direct support.

Responsibilities

Program Assistant provides daily assistance in support of one or more Women Program services at the Asian Community & Cultural Center including: 

Community advocacy, outreach, and answering questions for clients’ needs

Schedule appointments for special needs/events (Legal Aid).

Help families by connecting them with needed resources. (women & men)

Help families get access to services providing food, clothing,

Help with financial education classes (sewing, computers, groups, classes)

Prepare reports by collecting and analyzing and keeping information up-to-date on a database on the computer

Register clients for classes. 

Arrange and prepare for classes.

Reminder and follow up with clients

 Transport clients (ACCC regulation)

Know more than one language (Arabic, Dinka, Nuer, Fur, Arabic Juna, etc.)

Attend staff and women’s team meeting

Work a flexible work schedule to accommodate the agency’s needs as applicable and  perform other work as requested by Administration

Qualifications

Must be able to work independently and demonstrate team-building, problem-solving, time management, stress management, and decision-making skills

Must possess great communication skills including effective verbal, writing and listening skills and the ability to make effective presentations

Excellent organizational and leadership skills including the ability to maintain effective working and community relationships

Communicate in a friendly and informative manner with people from a wide variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds 

Must have great attention to details

Must have good computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet and e-mail. And develop proficiency in data management software

Able to communicate well in English, both spoken and written.

Able to and committed to maintaining confidentiality.

Sensitive to the needs of older clients. 

Willingness to travel and transport in own personal vehicle must have valid drivers license and good driving record

SEND Cover Letter and Resume to sheila@lincolnasiancenter.org

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