PA Engagement Coordinator

Posted by Benefits Data Trust on June 9, 2020

Benefits Data Trust (BDT) seeks a Pennsylvania Engagement Coordinator to cultivate and maintain partnerships to deliver smarter ways to access essential benefits and services so people can live healthier, more independent lives. The PA Engagement Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Pennsylvania Engagement Manager in deepening and expanding a benefits access network in the Greater Philadelphia region and overseeing the services and tools BDT provides to make the network successful. BDT has a broad vision for combating poverty in Philadelphia by transforming how residents access benefits, and the PA Engagement Coordinator will play a critical role in advancing that strategic vision.

The PA Engagement Coordinator’s primary responsibility will be to oversee daily operations of BenePhilly, a robust benefits access network funded in partnership with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity that helps Philadelphians apply for federal, state and local benefit programs. This role will work closely with our network of partners by supporting the adoption of BDT’s benefits access technologies and facilitating regular meetings, presentations, and information exchanges across the network. They will assist this network with training, reporting, and evaluations while supporting ongoing activities in accordance with initiative timeframes and goals.

Based in our Center City Philadelphia office, the PA Engagement Coordinator will join the Pennsylvania Engagement team consisting of a PA Senior Engagement Manager, PA Engagement Associate, and a PA Engagement Manager. The PA Engagement Coordinator will report to the Pennsylvania Engagement Manager.

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