Cincinnati Regional Coalition Against Hate - Part Time
DescriptionThe Cincinnati Regional Coalition Against Hate (CRCAH) is a nonpartisan alliance of organizations committed to being vigilant against hate activity by supporting impacted communities and fostering acceptance, compassion, and justice for all in the Cincinnati region. The CRCAH is in an exciting new phase of growth and is seeking a part-time program manager to lead direct victim/incident support services as well as fundraising efforts, program development and community engagement activities to fulfill its mission. The CRCAH is convened by the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center (HHC). The program manager will work closely with the executive committee of the CRCAH and will be supervised by the CEO of HHC.
This position will require 20-25 hours/week and may grow into a full-time position. The hours can be flexible, but the candidate will need to be available at anytime should incidents arise.
Core responsibilities include:
- Providing support to victims of hate incidents, including supporting victims who choose to report to CRCAH and ensuring they are connected to proper resources in the wake of the incident
- Develop mechanism for tracking incidents of hate to begin serving as a community monitor for the Greater Cincinnati region
- Coordinate with stakeholders, across Coalition member organizations and the community at large (i.e. individuals, government entities, aligned nonprofits, business leaders)
- Develop strong relationship with CRCAH Executive Committee through coordination of regular meetings along with supporting their vision and initiatives
- Manage day to day functions of CRCAH including management of social media, website, general inquiries, etc.
- Identify gaps in support services for individuals with certain identity affiliations and work with community members to fill those gaps
- Act as proactive steward of Coalition resources, including budget oversight and fundraising
- Develop outreach effort to ensure that CRCAH is a visible and trusted resource in the community
- Strengthen CRCAH’s presence in the community by attending events, building relationships and facilitating collaboration across issue areas and organizations, where relevant
- Other duties as necessary
RequirementsYou are a strong fit for this role if you have:
- Passion for our mission – a belief in denouncing hate and promoting tolerance by working collaboratively with people of all identities
- Experience in leadership roles in nonprofit settings and comfort with ambiguity
- Proven ability to fundraise and manage budgets
- Ability to take initiative and can take projects from vision to realization
- Excitement about being part of a start-up
- A big picture perspective that allows you to identify and manage multiple projects simultaneously while also managing the day-to-day issues that arise.
- A friendly, organized multi-tasker who is self-motivated and adaptable.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.