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Full Time Power County Coordinator

Close Date: 06/05/2018

JOB TITLE:  Power County Coordinator

CLASSIFICATION:   Full Time, Hourly Non-Exempt

SALARY: $10.50-11.50 per hour-DOE

LOCATION: SEICAA’s Power County service area-American Falls, Idaho

BENEFITS: Health and Life Insurance, Short Term Disability, Simple IRA

SUMMARY OF WORK: Administer and coordinate all functions of the Power County Office operations with emphasis on providing immediate services, overall self-sufficiency, and development assistance to participants. Focus on providing a full spectrum of services to participants in the County. Coordinate and facilitate community events and fundraising to increase county unrestricted funding for direct services.

JOB CHARACTERISTICS: This position is self directed, working independently in the county office in coordination with the Operations Director to provide services at the county level and complete funding reports monthly, semi-annual, and annually. Duties include professionally and efficiently managing in-person and telephone contacts and relationships with project staff, other in-house staff, participants, and partners (public and private). Position requires ability to effectively communicate orally, excel in written communications, understand and implement regulations, and maintain records. Performs programmatic and administrative duties requiring attention to detail, accuracy, and timeliness individually and as part of a team. Coordinator must possess strong organizational skills and be able to prioritize work and meet deadlines while maintaining confidentiality of sensitive information.


POSITION CONTACT: Operations Director


Knowledge: This position requires knowledge of family development, immediate services, education, and case management techniques, records management, broad computer software applications, administrative and clerical practices, and office procedures. Knowledge of administration and reporting of government funded programs including USDA, LIHEAP, TEFAP, CSBG and other funding sources is required.
Skills: This position requires skills in organization, writing, interpersonal communication, administration, record keeping, and assessing need. Knowledge and skills in word processing (Word), spreadsheets (Excel), data entry, record keeping, typing, and the operation of telephone, calculator and other general office machines are required. Coordinator must be able to perform other duties as assigned.
Abilities: This position requires the ability to hear spoken words clearly; operate word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs on computer; pay attention to detail, accuracy, and timeliness. Must be able to prioritize work and manage multiple projects; maintain confidentiality; communicate effectively orally and in writing; follow verbal and written instructions; establish effective working relationships with fellow employees, supervisors, the public, government personnel, and maintain rapport with partners and participants. Experience and ability working with low-income populations is required. Perform other duties as assigned and with or without reasonable accommodations without endangering self or others.


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This position will remain open until filled.

All applications must be submitted by 5:00PM on the Closing Date.

Please return completed application along with Resume & Cover Letter to:

Attn: Human Resources
641 N. 8th Ave.
Pocatello, ID 83201