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United Way of Sheboygan County is seeking a self-motivated, energetic individual, for your Sheboygan County Community Partnership for Children (SCCPC) Coordinators position.

Under the direction of the Community Impact Director, the SCCPC Coordinator is responsible for developing new initiatives and activities as needed, as well as maintaining and expanding existing initiatives and activities, creating relationships with stakeholders to sustain and expand the Partnership’s direction, coordinating all coalition and committee meetings, reporting and analysis of all related programs, coordinating fundraising activities such as grant writing and events, and creating and managing marketing functions.

The SCCPC Coordinator is the organization’s primary contact for all things that are related to the SCCPC and manages and supports associated volunteers. This person provides direction for Welcome Baby staff and additional staff hired for the Partnerships initiatives. This individual function as an effective brand steward, speaker with an active public presence and supports UWSC commitment to excellent customer service by facilitating communication and relationship-building with community partners and stakeholders. Provides direction and support for the SCCPC’s marketing efforts by managing social media platforms, website, as well as creating collateral materials as needed. Organizes and executes SCCPCS’s special events.  

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, communications, public administration, planning or related field required. A minimum of two years general nonprofit experience and marketing experience is desired, with experience in project management a plus.

No supervisory responsibilities.

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To apply, email a current resume and thoughtful cover letter to Tom Malmstadt at tom@uwofsc.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer: It is the policy of United Way of Sheboygan County not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability or because he or she is a protected veteran.