Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 23-Jul-2018 to 21-Aug-2018
  • - Prosperity Indiana
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Part-time/Contract

You can make a difference in communities across Indiana. Prosperity Indiana supports a network of organizations that builds vital communities and resilient families. Prosperity Indiana advocates for public policies and assists the network in developing comprehensive solutions that engage local leadership to generate private and public investment.
Summary of Responsibilities - Prosperity consultants are responsible for providing planning and consulting services to Prosperity Indiana members on a fee-for-service or grant basis. 
• Deliver high-quality training and consulting services to members in the following areas:
    o Board Governance
    o Program Delivery
    o Planning
    o Staff/Leadership Development & Management
    o Perform organizational assessments with our proprietary methodologies
• Support Prosperity Indiana members to organize communities, complete community quality of life plans, and assist with implementation of plans
Candidate Profile/Qualifications
•Desire to work on contract or part-time as a member of our team on an on-going basis.
•Understanding of community economic development and belief in its ability to improve the quality of life for low income people and disadvantaged communities
•The ideal candidates will have a strong commitment to working in a mission-driven community development organization with excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong analytical and financial skills, and an ability to work independently and as a team player. 
•The candidate will have a strong background and proven experience with project management and multiple project coordination.  A flexible management style, sense of humor, and ability to work well under pressure is essential.
• Strong customer and personal service skills, including customer (or member) needs assessment, evaluation of satisfaction, and ensuring quality standards of service
• Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with diverse staff, including remote colleagues, coalitions and community groups, motivate volunteers, work across the political spectrum, and value people of every race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability and socio-economic circumstance
• Bachelor's degree in a relevant field and a minimum of 3 years of experience with community planning, affordable real estate development and/or property management, community development, and non-profit management. Extensive experience may be substituted.
• Advanced degree (MBA, MPP, MPA) is preferred
BE PREPARED - As part of the application, you will be requested to provide brief responses to several questions. You will feel better prepared if you write them off-line and then copy and paste them into the system. 
  • Briefly share your connection to community development.
  • In what areas of community development do you have sufficient knowledge and experience to be a resource to our members? (a checklist is provided, so no prep is needed)
  • Briefly share your experience organizing and engaging with clients in consulting relationships.
  • What is your general availability to work as a part-time consultant or contractor? (weekly, monthly?)
  • What is your target compensation working as a part-time consultant or contractor?
Click the APPLY button to submit cover letter and resume plus respond to application questions.

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