[COMM-ORG] Job: Executive Director / Organizer , Nachville, with Salary Info
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Job: Executive Director / Organizer - with Salary Info
From: Mike Hodge <mhodge at tnrc.net>
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR / ORGANIZER
For Organized Neighbors of Edgehill
Organized Neighbors of Edgehill is an active neighborhood organization
in Nashville, TN that links public housing residents, private housing
residents, schools, and churches to take action on common concerns in
the area, such as crime, housing, and neighborhood development.
The mission of ONE is to be an organizing force to improve the quality
of life in Edgehill by connecting people and resources for the
betterment of the community.
THIS POSITION HAS TWO MAIN COMPONENTS:
Administrative (80%) and Neighborhood Organizing (20%).
ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES INCLUDE:
1. Coordinating ONE's neighborhood office – visitors, phone, e-mails,
2. Working with ONE's Board on financial and administrative matters
3. Some grant-writing, record-keeping, and reporting
4. Representing ONE at meetings of United Way and Community Shares
5. Administrative work for ONE projects, including Community Garden,
Scholarships, Housing Program, and Family Resource Center.
NEIGHBORHOOD ORGANIZING DUTIES INCLUDE:
1. Meeting with residents & stakeholders, discerning neighborhood
2. Assisting ONE's leaders in:
-- Building ONE’s membership and new leadership
-- Partnering with police and various agencies, based on ONE's priorities
-- Taking action to resolve neighborhood problems.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE FOR THIS FULL-TIME POSITION WILL HAVE:
SPECIFIC PERSONAL QUALITIES, including
-- Being a self-starter, requiring little supervision;
-- Being flexible, but detail oriented and able to balance many tasks;
-- Being a “team player,” working with other staff, board members,
-- Be comfortable with many groups of people: residents, police,
-- Be a “people person” -- outgoing and enjoying listening to residents.
-- Able to handle and process conflict.
SPECIFIC SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE, including
-- Administrative experience, including fiscal management;
-- Experience in grant-writing and reporting;
-- Familiarity with neighborhoods and community organizing;
-- Organizational skills and problem-solving ability;
-- Communicating well, both orally and in writing;
-- Computer literacy in Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, and Internet
College degree preferred. Some nights and weekends. Salary $35,000.
E-MAIL COVER LETTER explaining why you are interested in this job,
RESUME with salary history,
and THREE REFERENCES to ONE.Edgehill at gmail.com
Position posted on March 19, 2010 and will remain open until April 4, 2010.
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