BEDROCK CREEK/CITY NET
Organization: City Net City Net is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization that facilitates and leads multi-sector collaboratives to provide solutions to complex social problems, including ending homelessness in Orange County. City Net’s direct services in homelessness include street outreach, case management, facilitation of collaborative meetings, resource mobilization, trainings, and community organizing. City Net is a branch of the Bedrock Creek network; both City Net and Bedrock Creek are dbas of Kingdom Causes, Inc.
Position: The Community Coordinator at the Courtyard Transitional Center is responsible for supporting City Net’s External Relations Department regarding external coordination affairs at the Courtyard. Areas of responsibility include but do not limit the coordination and daily data capturing of meals, supportive services, and donations to support on-site programs in order to provide weekly and quarterly reports to monitor the success of our programs. In many cases, the Community Coordinator will facilitate conversations regarding the policies and procedures of the Courtyard to external constituents that will be or currently are contributing meal or supportive services on site. Additionally, there may be times where collaborative meeting coordination and donation referrals to partnering agencies are an assigned task.
This is a WEEKEND position. Applicants MUST be available to work the afternoon on Saturdays and Sundays. Working on holidays (with holiday pay) is typically required in this position. Weekday and evening responsibilities may be required as needed.
Title: Courtyard Community Engagement Coordinator
Status: Part-time (8-16 hours per week), non-exempt
Location: Courtyard Transitional Center, 400 Santa Ana Blvd, Santa Ana, CA Requires travel and their own means of transportation throughout Southern California, primarily in Orange County.
Schedule Shift 1: 7 AM – 3:30 PM (30 minute unpaid lunch) Shift 2: 10:30 AM – 7 PM (30 minute unpaid lunch) Weekends: 7 AM – 1 PM & 3 PM – 7 PM (subject to change based on scheduled meal/event times) *All shifts are scheduled to change in order to accommodate special meetings, assigned tasks, events, or efficient meal liaison coverage.
General Daily Responsibilities Community Coordinators are responsible for monitoring and facilitating community coordination from the on-boarding process to the data reporting. Specific daily responsibilities include the implementation of scheduled services on-site and volunteer engagement efforts to support the Courtyard Transitional Center’s programs:
- Coordinating and verifying scheduled meals, supportive services, events, and volunteers on-site.
- Facilitating the generation of donation receipts and data recording requirements as donations come in.
- Effectively communicating with residents when meals and services are scheduled.
- Greeting and assisting all meal and service providers during scheduled shift.
- Completing the daily meal log on Google Forms.
- Receiving, organizing, and distributing donations.
- Organizing and maintaining an inventory of City Net’s storage container.
- Reporting needed supplies/donations to City Net staff.
- Entering new volunteers, meal providers, service providers, and any schedule changes into Volgistics and any other CRM systems the External Relations Department may need to be utilized for contacts.
- Making copies and replenishing all City Net forms at the front desk.
- Distributing meal packs to residents when a meal provider runs out of food or when a group cancels.
- Checking and replying to Courtyard emails
- Experience in community service, community organizing and coordinating volunteers is preferred.
- Must be food safety certified and mental health first aid certified or willing to become certified after hiring.
General Requirements This position requires:
- Travel throughout Southern California, primarily in Orange County. Access to personal vehicle required.
- Ability to work flexible hours, including frequent nights and weekends.
- Understanding or eager to learn about the nonprofit, volunteer and social services sectors.
- Ability to work constructively with individuals and organizations of all different faiths.
- A particular understanding of homelessness and general understanding of marginalized communities and the conditions which contribute to their marginalization.
- Good planning and organizational skills.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Sound computer skills including word processing and database management.
- Ability to pass background checks successfully upon hire and throughout employment.
Physical Activity In the course of performing this job, the employee typically spends time sitting, walking, standing, listening/speaking, writing and operating a personal computer. She or he will regularly work out in the field and be required to drive an automobile to attend meetings within the community. She or he is expected to lift and carry office records and supplies up to 30 pounds on an occasional basis. Reasonable accommodations may be arranged to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties of the job.
City Net is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Due to the large volume of applicants, we are unable to respond to phone calls regarding open positions.
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