COMMUNITY PROJECT COORDINATOR
POSITION: Community Project Coordinator
HOURS PER WEEK: This position will consider part-time (20 hrs/week) to full-time (40 hrs/week) REPORTS TO: Executive Director
Wello’s mission is to co-create community conditions that are fair and just to drive high levels of health and well-being for all. Established in 2010, Wello focuses on building authentic relationships that create trusting, action-oriented spaces for change. We value diverse experiences and perspectives, believe in centering community voice in improvement efforts, and are committed to working collaboratively with partners from across our Greater Green Bay community to address root-causes of poor health and well-being.
The Community Project Coordinator is an enthusiastic, dynamic individual who is passionate about community-based efforts that improve the lives of all people who live, work, learn, and play in Brown County, Wisconsin. The ideal team member has a strong work ethic, ability to work autonomously and collaboratively, is highly organized, has a proven track record of working effectively with diverse populations, and has excellent oral and written communication skills. This position will support the implementation of Wello’s portfolios of well-being projects in the areas of measurement, food systems, active communities, social connectedness, and social justice.
The following are core responsibilities for the Community Project Coordinator.
● Support the successful implementation and execution of action plans for projects and initiatives that advance Wello’s portfolios of work.
● Outcome and metric tracking as well as detailed, organized record keeping for grants, projects and initiatives.
● Organize and schedule meetings.
● Provide support to Wello work teams by taking accurate meeting minutes, connecting
with partners, and preparing documents.
● Build collaborative partnerships across multiple disciplines and across sectors
(government, education, business, healthcare, and nonprofits) with key stakeholders.
● Act as a connector and mobilizer for community-led action that advances Wello’s
● Advance health equity and justice across all Wello’s portfolios of work by centering and
uplifting diverse community perspectives and lived experience.
● Serve on local and regional committees to advance community well-being initiatives.
● Foster the development of innovative community well-being strategies centered on
● Leverage national and state level resources to inform community based efforts
addressing policy, systems, and environmental change strategies.
● Perform other duties as assigned.
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a strong attention to detail.
● Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse community
● Demonstrated ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple projects.
● Strong passions to innovate, create, and discover new approaches to community well-being.
● Critical thinker.
● Highly proficient in MS Office, social networking, and collaborative tools such as
A PLUS: Content expertise and/or lived experience in community-based work, active communities, social justice, public health, community organizing, health promotion, community based research, population health, or community well-being.
This is a newly created position within the Wello team.
Wello centers the community in all our work. Therefore, an ideal candidate is flexible to respond to the needs of the community in terms of where work is performed and when. A typical schedule is a blended model with days in-office, in-community, and with the option to also work remotely. We offer unlimited PTO, 6-weeks paid parental leave, 401K contributions, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability and Life Insurance Coverage.
IS THIS YOU?
To be considered for this position, please submit a one-page letter of interest that includes your name, contact information, and answers the following questions:
● How would this position align with your sense of purpose or goals?
● Tell us a story about something you’ve accomplished that you're most proud of?
Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis with priority given to ones received by 5:00 PM on June 4, 2021. Email your letter of interest to Natalie Bomstad at firstname.lastname@example.org.