Financial Fitness Club Coordinator:
Quaboag Valley Community Development Corporation is looking for a 10 hour/week (on average) Financial Fitness Club Coordinator for a one-year pilot program, the FINANCIAL FITNESS CLUB, in Ware. The Coordinator will schedule and conduct regular Financial Fitness Club meetings, teach financial capability-building skills and assist participants to meet their Individual Development Account (matched savings) goals. The Coordinator will maintain frequent contact with participants and assist with applications, reporting and related paperwork.
Current AFCPE accreditation necessary, as is prior experience teaching financial capability-building to adult learners. Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office Suite required.
Please respond by 30 January 2015. Send resume to GailFF@qvcdc.org.
Job Description: The Financial Fitness Club Coordinator (the “Coordinator”) supports the Program Manager by performing administrative duties related to coordinating the Individual Development Asset (IDA) program at QVCDC known as the Harrison and Diane Quirk Financial Fitness Club.
In order to excel in the job, the Coordinator will meet these requirements:
Have good problem solving skills, be resourceful and take the initiative when needed.
Have a good understanding and knowledge of the requirements of the IDA program
Be able to work independently and be organized in his/her work to ensure that tasks are completed in
a timely manner.
Be an experienced trainer/teacher of adult learners, with current accreditation by the Association of Financial
Counseling, Planning and Evaluation (AFCPE)
Have excellent communication and record-keeping skills and be professional when dealing with participants and in all aspects of the program.
Demonstrate proficiency with MS Office Word, Excel, Publisher and Outlook
Duties and Responsibilities (included, but are not limited to):
Supports the Program Manager by scheduling individual and group meetings, providing agenda and minutes,
collecting data necessary for the preparation of required reports
Assists in participants’ application preparation and outreach for the program.
Assists in developing a time-line for participants in the program
Supports the program manager in preparations for the participant application review process
Assists in the preparation and update of participant materials
Assists the program manager in the orientation of participants to the program
Provides financial capability training to participants
Coordinates participant monitoring activities and meeting attendance
Maintains participant information and program records
Maintains a record of participant attendance
Assists with evaluation process
Participates in funder site visits and internal reviews
Demonstrates awareness of program goals and objectives
Has a good knowledge of the terminology used in the program.
Utilizes available resources and websites in an efficient way to help enhance the program
Networks with other coordinators, MIDAS Collaborative, Monson Savings Bank and others to share
information and to gain knowledge that would help improve the program
PART TIME COMPUTER INSTRUCTORS
QVCDC is seeking part-time computer instructors. Our computer training courses feature classes for small businesses, entrepreneurs and adult learners. Courses include: Microsoft Office products (advanced Excel skills highly desired), QuickBooks, Windows 8 and Windows/Internet Beginner classes. Our classes are small, personal and hands-on and are designed to accommodate students with a wide range of skill levels. Sessions are scheduled mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends throughout the calendar year.
Compensation: hourly rate, starting at $25/hour, based on qualifications and experience.
Resumes may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, mailed to us at QVCDC, 23 West Main Street, Ware 01082, or faxed to us at 413.967.3008.