The Community Builder/Planner- I (CB/P-I) under the direction the Road Map to Peace (RTP) in partnership with the Mission Peace Collaborative (MPC), is responsible for the implementation of the MPC Peace Plan to advance health and safety outcomes for Latinx, Chicano/Chicana, and Indigenous members of the community, most at risk and in-risk of community and/or inter-personal violence including gun and gang/street violence. The CB/P-I will report directly to the RTP Director and in partnership with MPC Consultant, will develop a framework for service, and will assist the RTP Director as the liaison between MPC member Organization representatives at various meetings with city departments, elected officials, and other key stakeholders within San Francisco’s violence prevention landscape.
The MPC is the collective effort of community stakeholders. The CB/P-I will facilitate monthly MPC meetings, coordinate and document the implementation planning process across the MPC member organizations, culminating in the development of a City-Wide Peace Plan and Crisis Response Protocol in alignment with the BOS Vision Zero Homicide Resolution for D9 & D10 Providers serving Latinx, Chicanx, Newcomer and Indigenous communities city-wide.
The CB/P- I will be responsible for planning town hall meetings and focus groups to update community stakeholders and solicit feedback from residents, business, non-profit providers, faith leaders, families, youth, government, schools and others stakeholders on the core elements, resources, and priorities to be outlined in the D9 Safety Plan. The CB/P- I will also manage the Community Calendar and maintain Monthly MPC Meetings calendar of events, to provide acontinuous communication loop to report progress and incorporate stakeholders feedback.
Essential Job Duties are but are not limited to the following
- Develops framework for the D9 & D10 Safety Plan in collaboration with MPC member organizations, working closely aligning RTP partners on collaborative efforts
- Develops agreements and set protocols between MPC member organizations to reflect vision, values and priorities of the Mission Peace Collaborative
- Works closely with MPC Executive Committee to develop meeting agendas
- Responsible for sending out communications & documenting resourcing for MPC Crisis Response meetings; Oversees Community Canvassing and Focus Group activities
- Develops & Oversees referral tracking & follow-up activities Database
- Responsible for contract compliance & reports for funders and/or other stakeholders
- Maintains shared documentation system to track participants, services and outcomes
- Identify and organize resources to support & obtain commitments from service partners
- Coordinate town halls and other listening sessions/resource fairs as developed through MPC
- Bachelor's Degree in public health, business/public administration, political science, community health, and two years related work experience OR 6-years equivalent combination of education & two years related work in planning & managing violence prevention programs in lieu of education
- Knowledge of criminal justice systems, economic, social and health related trends impacting Latinos city wide; preference is given to experience in juvenile/criminal justice, workforce, housing, immigration, and/or education
- Bilingual in Spanish and English
- Experience in one or more of the following: community building, public policy, budgeting, organizational development, collective impact models
- Experience working with a diverse Latino population
- Experience managing program staff and multiple partnerships
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- Excellent facilitation and consensus-building skills
- Excellent computer skills
- Bicultural encouraged
- Five or more years’ experience in planning and implementation of violence prevention initiatives
- Experience in community health care setting preferred
- Familiar with Mission District and Latino/a community San Francisco/Bay Area
- Strong facilitation and consensus-building skills
- Process the ability to for Public speaking
- Work well under pressure, and have the ability to multi tasks
- Self-motivated and directed, able to works independently and be a team player
- Experience with data and evaluation
Conditions of Continued Employment
- Must provide proof of COVID-19 Vaccination upon hire (reasonable accommodation requests will be considered)
- Must pass Department of Justice Fingerprint screening
- Must submit to a tuberculosis test annually
Compensation and Benefits
This is a temporary full-time-exempt position with full benefits through June 30, 2022. The hiring rate of pay is $72,000-$78,000 annually, depending on experience.
Benefited employees are eligible to participate in the following benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employer Paid Life Insurance, Voluntary Supplemental Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Sick and Vacation Time, Commuter Benefits, 403(b) plan, and professional development opportunities.
Please submit your resume, cover letter, and three professional references electronically to: [email protected]
Instituto Familiar de la Raza, is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. People of color are encouraged to apply.