Part Time
1 year ago

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assist the organization in reaching its student and revenue goals by:
    • Connect with local schools, neighborhood associations, civic groups, nonprofit organizations, and companies to help expand program efforts/attendance and foster new partnerships.
    • Schedule new partner programs and acquire sponsors for programs provided to the underserved at no cost.
  • Identify and foster partnerships with out-of-state organizations and schools to secure locations, sponsors and students for our new 2022 Tri-State Financial Literacy Camp efforts. 
  • Work closely with the Program Director and the Executive Director to find and secure new opportunities.

JDRFF is a small nonprofit, which necessitates employees wearing numerous hats and embracing an all-hands-on-deck approach. Even though this individual will serve as the organization’s financial literacy outreach specialist and spend the bulk of his/her time on outreach efforts, the ideal candidate will have a diversity of responsibilities and embrace new duties as they emerge. 

Required Abilities, Characteristics, Knowledge, & Skills

  • Passionate about financial literacy education
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
  • Skilled at community networking and developing successful partnerships
  • Highly organized and incredible attention to detail
  • Able to think critically and problem solve independently when issues arise
  • Skilled at working cooperatively with others in a team-oriented environment
  • Able to prioritize and manage multiple duties and tasks simultaneously
  • Skilled at using Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, and Word

Education, Experience & Skills

  • No call reluctance and the ability to speak clearly and confidently via phone or Zoom.
  • At least three years of working in a professional setting; ideally, this professional experience has involved community outreach, educational program management, and/or marketing.
  • Familiarity with the education system, local nonprofit sector, and community resources.
  • Organized with note-taking skills and follow-up skills.

Schedule & Compensation

  • Part-time (20-25 hours/week) with a flexible schedule between the hours of 9 am & 5 pm with no holidays or weekends
  • On-site working in Dunwoody, GA
  • Hourly compensation ($14-16 / hour) based on talents, skills, and experience
  • You must be able to pass a complete background check with no infractions
1200 Ashwood Parkway
Suite 155
Atlanta, GA 30338

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