Join MCCD's Public Policy Team as our temporary Membership Engagement and Outreach Coordinator (January-July 2019)! Read on for job description and details on how to apply.
Membership Engagement and Outreach Coordinator (Temporary Position)
The Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers (MCCD) is an association of 46 community development corporations working collectively to build strong stable communities by leveraging resources for the development of people and places.
MCCD is looking for a proactive, independent, and detail-oriented Membership Engagement and Outreach Coordinator to join our public policy team. The ideal candidate will have experience working in public policy, affordable housing, community development, economic development, or community organizing. The Membership Engagement and Outreach Coordinator will help build capacity on MCCD’s housing and community development advocacy efforts and engage with MCCD members and advocacy partners. This is a temporary position (January-July 2019) but can be either part-time or full time.
Reporting to the Public Policy Director, the Membership Engagement and Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the following tasks:
1. Membership Services
- Coordinate events, such as MCCD Housing Committee meetings, tours of housing developments and/or small businesses, and assist with “Community Development Conversation” series.
- Promote MCCD and its member organizations at community events, meetings, job fairs, etc.
2. Coordinate MCCD’s Emerging Leaders in Community Development (ELCD) program
- Staff ELCD’s Steering Committee, which provides planning and direction for the overall program.
- Coordinate bi-monthly meetings of the Steering Committee and other standing committees.
- Provide staff support to the ELCD Mentorship Program.
- Along with ELCD Steering Committee, execute ELCD events and send out regular communication to ELCD members via e-mail and social media.
- Create, edit, and send out weekly e-newsletter to MCCD members.
- Contribute blog entries and assist with edits on the MCCD website.
- Assist with managing social media accounts.
4. Public Policy and Advocacy
- Along with members of the MCCD Public Policy team, monitor and track affordable housing and community development policy priorities.
- Mobilize members to take action on identified priorities at the local, state, and federal level.
- Other duties as assigned.
Hours and compensation:
Position will be paid hourly ($18/hour), with occasional evening and weekend meetings as necessary.
The Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Posted December 3, 2018.