Farm and Food Workers Relief Program Application Processor
Status: Non-exempt (Hourly) Part-Time / Temporary
Compensation: Up to $19/hour (DOE) / Not eligible for benefits
- Assist applicants to the Farm and Food Workers Relief Program [FFWR]
- Enter applicant information into online form via laptop or tablet
- Review applications in database
- Provide secondary application review
- Communicate with applicants to resolve incomplete applications
- Process approved applications for payment
- Respond to applicant questions
- Duration: approximately 4 months, with option to extend.
- Hours will vary. 16-40 hours per week.
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Sufficient Spanish to communicate with Spanish-only speakers to enter their applications into a dual-language application form. Proficiency in English to process applications in an English database.
- Ability to transport yourself to employer sites (i.e. farms) within San Luis Obispo County to meet with and register applicants
- Availability outside normal office hours. Appointments at employer sites will be at the convenience of the employer and the workers (might include early mornings or evenings or Saturdays or Sundays)
- Attend our online training and learn to use the online database
- Attend our online training on handling personal information securely
To apply: Send a brief resumé and cover letter to: email@example.com
Resource Development Manager
Reporting to: VP, Resource Development
Status: Non-exempt (Hourly) Part-Time
Compensation: Up to $24/hour (DOE)
The Resource Development Manager is essential to the success of United Way of San Luis Obispo County’s [UWSLOC] financial commitment to the community to strategically address the most critical needs and create systemic change through Early Childhood Education, Family Financial Stability, and Community Strengthening.
The Resource Development Manager reports to the VP of Resource Development and plays a critical role in cultivating, strengthening, and maintaining relationships with individual contributors, employers, and the community to build contributor loyalty, raise/leverage resources, and ensure a positive brand experience with UWSLOC.
The ideal candidate thrives in a public-facing role, provides excellent customer service, works well in a team and independently, possesses a solid understanding of computer applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and database entries.
- Manage portfolio of assigned individual contributors and corporate accounts to aid in the planning and execution of giving initiatives
- Increase investment in UWSLOC by expanding and diversifying resource development
- Make presentations and represent UWSLOC in the community at local events and workplace campaign kick-offs
- Ensure accurate, up-to-date information is maintained in the database
- Assist with ongoing and timely donor recognition and appreciation
- Ability to build consensus and facilitate collaboration and productive relationships with diverse individuals, groups, organizations, and community
- Work in collaboration with development team to ensure individual and corporate partners are educated and aware of opportunities to participate with United Way
- Work closely in partnership with finance and pledge processing departments to ensure gifts are recorded accurately
- Assist with campaign related social media content
- Perform other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree with 1-2 years of experience in development or sales, or a minimum of 4 years’ experience in development or sales
- Must have strong writing skills and be proficient in Word, Excel, and database management (Salesforce a plus)
- Ability to manage multiple demands
- Works well with people and engenders trust and confidence from fellow staff and volunteers
- Must have reliable transportation
- Flexibility and ability to work on multiple high-priority projects
- Ability to solve problems effectively and creatively
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Understanding of and commitment to CRM (customer relationship management)
United Way of San Luis Obispo County is committed to advancing equity in its work. Equity seeks to undo discrimination and bias to create a just and fair society in which all can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential. We invite applications from underrepresented and historically marginalized groups. People of all protected classes including race, ethnicity, gender, and all ability levels are encouraged to apply.
To apply: send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org