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I’m writing to let you know that, sadly, I’m leaving my position as Community Coordinator at SNG. I’ve very much enjoyed working with you, the great neighborhood of Seward, over the past two years, and I’ve been amazed by the commitment of so many people in Seward to work on neighborhood issues. But between work, family, and the rest of life, it’s been very difficult to have much energy for my writing life, so I’ll be taking some time to focus on writing.
I will keep my regular hours through the end of February, and be around to help with the new staff person after that. Below is a job description (a link can also be found on our website, (www.sng.org) – feel free to forward it to any good candidates.
Mike Rollin, Community Coordinator
Seward Neighborhood Group
2323 E. Franklin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Position Title: Project Assistant, Business Association
Position Reports to: SCCA Program Manager/Associate Director
The Project Assistant (PA) works with a team consisting of the Redesign Associate Director, SCCA Program Manager, and interns to assist with the implementation of programs and projects for the Seward Civic and Commerce Association (SCCA). The PA is responsible for planning and executing projects, specifically organizing and implementing monthly membership meetings, and writing, designing and publishing the monthly membership newsletter in a professional and timely manner. The PA also is responsible for monitoring the SCCA website and social media accounts. PA will assist with planning and execution of the Franklin Frolic, a retail event to encourage exposure to the Seward business district in December 2011. In addition, the PA is also responsible for building and maintaining constructive relationships with neighborhood residents, businesses and community organizations, and Redesign board and committee members. Continue reading
Job Description: The Seward Neighborhood Group’s Housing Coordinator is responsible for implementing the Seward NRP Revolving Loan program for home improvements and serving as a neighborhood resource for home improvement. The Housing Coordinator will work with and report to SNG’s Development Committee. The position is half-time at $16 – $20/hr, depending on qualifications.
Qualifications: Good communication and organizational skills, the ability to work well with people, and self-motivation are essential for success in this position. Experience in general home improvement is a highly desirable but not essential qualification.
More information at the SNG site.http://www.sng.org/housing.html
From Michael Bischoff:
Hi Seward neighbors,
FYI, Faith Mennonite Church in Seward is hiring for a part-time Office Coordinator position. I used to work at the church last year. It is a great community to work with, and I really enjoyed walking to work. The details of the position are in the attachment. You can find out more about the church on their web-site: http://www.faithmennonite.org/. Thanks for you help in spreading the word about this job opening.
Hello friends and colleagues in Seward Neighborhood –I'm writing as a representative of Seward Child Care Center (SCCC)- a parent-governed, teacher-run cooperative child care center that has been in the Seward Neighborhood for more than 35 years.The Center is seeking to hire a part-time bookkeeper to manage all financial transactions. We need an experienced individual to oversee expenses and income for the Center, as well as maintain and update office systems for proper financial accounting and reporting. Proficiency in QuickBooks is required as is excellent communication skills. A typical work week is 7-8 hours, but we need to find someone with the flexibility to do a little more as needed. I am a parent whose child attends SCCC and I serve on the Center's Board of Directors. SCCC offers a wonderful, nurturing, environmentally- and socially-aware environment for our kids. Plus, we enjoy high retention rates of our teaching staff. It's just an all around good place to be. We have a job posting listed on the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits website if you are interested, or you can contact me for more information. Thank you,