United Way is seeking a new new VISTA person!
They are looking to fill the position by March 10, 2021
Role: ParentChild+ Data Capacity Coordinator
United Way of King County is an equal employment opportunity employer and all applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law. We are committed to building a diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from candidates of color to apply.
ParentChild+ Program Overview
The VISTA member will increasing the capacity of ParentChild+ by engaging community partners and building effective monitoring and evaluation tools with the goal of connecting more low income immigrants and refugee children to essential social, emotional, and intellectual development resources to prepare them for success in school and connect families to resources to achieve financial stability. The Data Capacity Coordinator VISTA will work to expand services (such as utility support, English classes, domestic violence intervention, housing support, early intervention with developmental delays, etc.), collaborate with providers to assess and monitor the accuracy and quality of their own data, in order to ramp up their abilities to actively use it to promote and advertise the program. The VISTA will also work to prepare and coordinate ParentChild+ training to essential partners and stakeholders.
Member Roles and Responsibilities
· Design concrete strategies for effective fast-cycle results/assessment feedback loops
· Prepare and coordinate delivery of materials and training
· Collect and analyze feedback on training and data collection
· Collaborate with community partners to enhance data usage
· Lead data advisory group and others in selecting system improvements to test.
· 18 years of age or older
· U.S. citizen, national, DACA, or legal permanent resident of the United States. Unfortunately, for this position, F1 Visas are not sufficient
· Availability fulltime 40 hours per week from April 12, 2021 to April 11, 2022
· Must go through background checks
· US citizen, US national, or lawful permanent residents, or persons legally residing in a state. Persons legally residing in a state include (but not limited to) those having the following legal residency classifications: refugee status, asylum or asylee status, temporary protected status, deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) status. Unfortunately, F1 Visas are not sufficient.
· Modest living stipend of $1,850.24 per month, pre-tax
· Healthcare, life insurance, and childcare benefits, and 24-hour access to counseling services over the phone
· Relocation and travel reimbursement if you’re relocating over 50 miles to serve
· Unlimited ORCA Transportation card
· 10 personal days, 10 sick days, 9 federal holidays
· Eligible to receive Segal AmeriCorps Education Award ($5,920), or a cash award ($1,800) after successful completion of your service year—By law, only AmeriCorps VISTA members who are either U.S. Citizens, U.S. Nationals, or Lawful Permanent Resident Aliens—sometimes referred to as “Lawful Permanent Residents”—are eligible to receive an AmeriCorps Segal Education Award. All other members will receive an end of service cash stipend.
· Loan forbearance and interest accrual repayment on qualified student loans; private loans are not eligible.
· Non-competitive eligibility for federal employment
· Unique cohort experience with monthly team meetings to participate in high-quality training, professional development, and networking opportunities.
· A strong ethic of service and commit to anti-poverty work
· Strong racial equity focus and experience working with and centering the voice of BIPOC communities
· Bi/multilingual, bi/multicultural experience, community experience in a multi-ethnic context and a commitment to social and racial justice. People of color, immigrants and refugees are encouraged to apply.
· Cultural sensitivity and ability to communicate well cross-culturally.
· Demonstrated interest working with non-profits and/or degree in related field
· Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
· Willingness to work in a collaborative environment
· Excellent organizational abilities and project and time management skills
· Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing workload
· Proficiency with MS office programs including Outlook, Word, & Excel
· Willingness to maintain a strong work ethic in the face of challenges such as living within the means of the VISTA living stipend
Experience recruiting or managing volunteers, planning events, and/or working with homeless, diverse, or low-income populations
Hunger and poverty disproportionately hurt the most marginalized people in society — including people of color, people from working-class backgrounds, women, and LGBTQ people. We believe that these communities must be centered in the work we do. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities.
To Apply: Create an application on My AmeriCorps Portal or click here: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do;jsessionid=4BgCGPqQc5oVRYF-RLcRZS5LVzfWCiL7NgvlE0NMUSiSqxFff1OQ!60884305?fromSearch=true&id=92975This link will take you away from uwkc.org
- No resume or cover letter is required.
- The application process moves quickly, please expect a response within 1-2 days.
- Please contact firstname.lastname@example.orgThis link will take you away from uwkc.org with any questions.
Community Impact Manager
United Way of King County