USA Open Positions
Strategic Partnership Director
The Strategic Partnership Director will manage Financial Beginnings' national fundraising efforts and oversee coordination with affiliates on their fundraising requests. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking to join at the beginning of our national expansion. The ideal candidate should be a detail-oriented, mission-driven development professional who is looking to deepen their expertise and grow with us. Check out the full description and apply today!
Oregon Open Positions
Education & Training Manager
The Education and Training Manager (ETM) has the critically important role of ensuring that our programs are impactful, relevant and scalable. There are three main workstreams that the ETM will oversee. 1) Our trained pool of volunteers is responsible for implementing our programs in the community. The ETM will ensure that these volunteers are trained and supported to lead quality programming for our partners. 2) Our programs are designed by Financial Beginnings USA. The ETM will be responsible for assisting volunteers and community partners to create adaptations that will complement our programs so that they are relevant for diverse stakeholders, economically vulnerable adults and underrepresented communities. 3) The ETM will lead the implementation of Financial Beginnings' program evaluations with an eye towards capturing impact and learnings that can influence program enhancements.
The ideal candidate will be a team player that exudes a passion for financial literacy, thrives at facilitating workshops and diligently works to bring a vision to fruition. The ETM will have a background in education, have experience leading workshops and is energized by the prospect of creating something new.
Program & Volunteer Coordinator
The Program & Volunteer Coordinator (PVC) is responsible for ensuring that our programs are implemented efficiently and reliably across the state. The PVC will work directly with external and internal stakeholders to schedule our programs with community partners, recruit presenters from our trained pool of volunteers, and ensure all logistical and material needs are met for the successful implementation of our programs.
Additionally, the PVC will dedicate approximately 20% of their time to supporting our mission through general administrative work for the organization, donor stewardship and other essential areas.
The ideal candidate will be a team player that is organized, has an eye for detail and has excellent communication skills. The most critical element that the PVC will bring to the team is reliability - they will follow-up and follow-through on all streams, internal and external, required to bring our classes to our community partners.