Community Development Corporation Associate, People’s Emergency Center CDC

Posted on October 04, 2010

[emailed 9/28/10]

Community Development Corporation Associate

Key responsibilities of the position are the development and management of all People’s Emergency Center Community Development Corporation’s (PECCDC) grants and feasibility studies for new projects which includes proposal writing, scope development, creation/monitoring of budgets and preliminary research on best-practices throughout the region.  Responsibilities also include management of all aspects of the tracking and reporting of PECCDC projects and programs to existing and potential funders.  Overseeing PECCDC’s communication outreach through print, enewsletters, and social media is also a key portion of this position.  The qualified candidate is also responsible for seeking funding and providing project management for selected development projects.

A bachelor’s degree is required; a masters degree in urban planning, social work, or related field is preferred.  A minimum of two years of community and development related experience preferred.  Volunteer/intern work experience will be considered in lieu of paid work experience.  Qualified candidate must work with a diverse population, exhibit strong written and verbal communication skills, and have Microsoft Office, Access and Publisher experience.

People’s Emergency Center employees are eligible for a generous benefits package which includes group health/dental insurance, vacation, personal and sick time off, flexible benefits plan, 401K, pension plan, disability insurance, life insurance and tuition reimbursements.

For immediate consideration for this position, forward resume to tmccain@pec-cares.org or fax to T McCain at 215-386-6290.  EOE/M/F/D/V


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