Unit-specific Responsibilities 1) Plans regular meetings of grant team, partners, etc. and coordinates calendars 2) Works with key personnel and partners to establish and maintain community partnerships 3) Works with partners to organize events and programs 4) Hosts online and in-person events and activities, and recruits participation of other staff and partnersÂ 5) Coordinates communications and marketing of events, programs, etc. through social media, print posters, flyers, mailings, news postings, etc. 6) Gathers assessment data, including number of programs, number of attendees, website usage, etc. 7) Coordinates reporting documents for funding agencies and data requests for partners 8) Develops and/or collects needed programming and resource materials
Unit-preferred Competencies 1) Foster positive partnerships and collaboration 2) Strong organizational skills and attention to detail 3) Independent problem-solving and decision-making skills 4) Ability to manage time and multiple projectsÂ 5) Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact and communicate with a wide range of individuals with clarity, tact, and courtesy 6)Â Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing
Working Conditions Work Setting 1)Â Ability to travel around the Chicagoland area to visit participating Chicago Public Library branches and to attend outreach events. 2) Ability to work remotely in an online environment
Preferred Qualifications Education 1) Bachelor's degree from an accredited institutionÂ 2) Master of Library and Information Science, Master of Public Health, or other related advanced degree
Experience 1)Â One year of Project Management experienceÂ 2)Â Experience in or with a public library systemÂ 3)Â Experience with spreadsheet creation and updatingÂ 4) Experience with business letter writing and basic report preparationÂ 5) Experience creating promotional materials 6)Â Experience using social media 7)Â Experience using web conferencing software (e.g. Zoom, WebEx, etc.)
Technical Knowledge or Skills
1)Â Working knowledge of Microsoft OfficeÂ 2)Â Knowledge of social media platformsÂ 3)Â Knowledge of Adobe InDesign or other desktop publishing software 4)Â Knowledge of consumer health information resources 5)Â Knowledge of web conferencing software (e.g. Zoom, WebEx, etc.)
Required Documents 1)Â Resume 2)Â Cover Letter 3)Â Reference List NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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