CUNA Job Listing

Part-time Job Opening

Program Cordinator Position: Community United of North Arcata/Comunidad Unidad del Norte de Arcata (CUNA)

This outlines the role, responsibilities, and tasks that are asked of a coordinator for the CUNA team a project of the Community Health Worker Collaborative. This role can evolve and grow with each person/people that hold it, this is just a place to start.

Vision: Working towards developing community relationships in hopes to collaboratively create a resilient hub that acts as a resource center, community gathering space, and educational resources for all.

Job Description: CUNA is looking for a bilingual Program Coordinator to co-coordinate efforts around our community-led project, as we work towards bridging gaps in social, health, and recreational services for families and community members in Valley West. An ideal candidate is passionate about helping support marginalized communities in Humboldt County, interested in using arts, culture, and humanitarian practices to incentivize, encourage and build trust with the community organizations, participants, anchors, and advisors of CUNA.

Rate: $20/hr approximately 6-8 hr a week.

Daily
Respond to any time-sensitive emails/requests

Weekly

If you are co-coordinating this program area, it can be helpful to have weekly check-ins
Post and/or report at least 2 items related to a current project or uplift other projects, events, or strategic partnerships calls.
Help draft Agendas for weekly meetings
Performing call outs to those who are unable to attend and transcribe notes to Spanish

Monthly

Write all program/project updates into Cooperation Humboldt Board Reports (this may involve outreach to project anchors)
Put out a reminder for the monthly meeting, draft Agenda, and assure all agenda items are reflective of moths work and progress.
Check-in with our point person from the City of Arcata

Projects

  • Grant writing/research: Working with CH grant writer to get funding for the group through grants and other means.
  • Social Media/Website update: Rolling into social media platforms and sharing information with our broader audience, a network of local collaborators, and organizational partners. Keep webpage on CH website up to date with events, projects, and involvement opportunities
  • Interpretation Coop: Helping launch a pilot program using the Worker-owned Humboldt model to create a sustainable business plan for future employment and community support for interpreters and translation services.