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Community Engagement & Equity Manager (Boulder County)

YWCA Boulder County

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compensation: $60k - $70k DOE
employment type: full-time
job title: Community Engagement & Equity Manager
About Us:
For 100 years, YWCA Boulder County has worked to eliminate racism and empower women in Boulder County and helped women and children of all ages and backgrounds thrive. Founded by community volunteers in 1922, the organization has supported generations of women and girls by tackling social issues such as housing, employment, education, and child care. Today, YWCA Boulder County provides programs such as high-quality, affordable, and flexible child care; parent education classes; and racial justice and equity programs including youth empowerment, youth and adult education, and advocacy. As an inclusive, secular nonprofit organization, we are publicly funded, not affiliated with any religious group, and welcome people of all backgrounds and genders to participate in our important work.
In 1977, YWCA Boulder County recognized the need for flexible, affordable drop-in child care and created Children's Alley. In 2020, responding to changing community needs, we expanded our child care program, prompting a new name: Persimmon Early Learning. As a Level 4 Colorado Shines rated Early Childhood Program, Persimmon Early Learning provides a safe, nurturing, and creative space for children ages eight weeks to six years to learn and grow in newly redesigned and expanded indoor and outdoor learning areas. We offer high-quality, affordable drop-in, short-term and permanent child care options, and we are the only child care center in Boulder County offering emergency care for families with nowhere else to turn.

Mission Statement:
YWCA Boulder County is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.

About You:
The Manager of Community Engagement and Equity reports to the CEO and will help lead the YWCA in developing and delivering direct services related to our mission of eliminating racism and empowering women. In addition, this leader will build partnerships and bridges into the community to expand resources and opportunities for the families and women we serve. As member of the YWCA Boulder County, Senior Team, this individual will also bring perspective, knowledge and decision making to achieving the goals of the Strategic Plan. The Manager will be responsible to oversight of the staff and volunteers delivering services in racial justice, STEMe3, YW+A Advocate, and Reading to End Racism programming. This is a full time, hybrid, exempt position.

Responsibilities:
• Management and evaluation of current programs, as well as development of additional programs that
advance our mission, particularly in promoting racial justice
• Overseeing STEMe3, YW+A Advocate, and other duties as assigned
• Development and execution of refinements to introductory anti-racist training and programming
• Development and execution of a more advanced anti-racist training and programming
• Recruitment and oversight of anti-racist training partnerships and community trainings
• Partner with other service agencies and community stakeholders to connect resources to women, girls and
families served by the YWCA
• Partnership with the Grants Manager to identify possible grant prospects, reporting information and
collaboration in telling our story of impact
• Budget oversight for all relevant programs
• Research and implement best practices for equity and anti-bias education and programming related to
Reading to End Racism, including new parent programming and expansion to middle-school/high school
students
• Participate in larger organization-wide fundraising events as needed

Required Qualifications:
• Have a perspective, passion and experience in anti-oppression, racial justice, and challenging structures to
create greater opportunity and equity to the women and girls we serve
• Supervisory experience required
• Demonstrated skill in development and maintenance of partner/community relationships
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Adept at public speaking
• Volunteer recruitment, training, and management experience
• Must be able to manage multiple high priority tasks in a fast-paced environment
• Able to work occasional early mornings and late evenings
• Connectivity and understanding of the communities we serve and women/girls of color

Education:
• Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area (public policy, communication, social work, etc.)

Preferred Qualifications:
• Three years of experience in leading non-profit or relevant programming, preferably in the areas of racial
justice
• A high standard of customer service
• Detail oriented multitasker

Benefits:
• $60-$70k DOE
• Health, Vision, and Dental
• Sick time off accrual on day 1
• Employer funded pension plan
• Over 5 weeks of paid vacation
• Other Great Benefits!


YWCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive company culture. Interested individuals with diverse backgrounds and perspectives, including BIPOC, LGBTQ+, femme presenting and all those who identify as women, and people with different ability levels are urged to apply. Interested candidates may apply for this position by emailing their resume and a cover letter to this post.
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post id: 7760665486

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