Director ÔÇô SBA Women's Center
Salary to $55,580 DOE plus performance incentive
Looking to transition your career into giving back to the community? Seeking a place that will value your years of small business expertise? Join the CHARO team and be part of our Leadership Team ÔÇô knowing that the work you do helps families achieve economic independence. Working with Small Businesses is challenging and rewarding work.
Reports to CHARO Riverside Vice President. Directs daily operations of Women's Business Center; supervises loan and processing staff (2); develops and implements marketing strategies to enhance program participation, Interfaces with local district and national offices of SBA. Primary responsibilities include: Project Manager for CHARO Riverside Special Events Coordination, e.g., Small Business Expo, Strategic Partner Trainings, Small Business Trainings, Program Administration, Serves as Lead Training Coordinator for Small Businesses and provides Counseling Small Business Clients.
Director will participate in community programs and CHARO special events, which may include evenings and weekends. May be required to travel. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Handles a wide variety of complex and confidential situations. Responsible for confidential and time sensitive material for Center Clients. Ability to handle multiple projects and tasks. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.
Requires minimum of 4 years in a financial or business industry plus BA degree, minimum of two years of management experience a plus. Success oriented, assertive, high achiever, demonstrated organizational skills and professional presentation. Ability to multi-task and project manage. Must demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office for Windows, including Word and Excel. Must have excellent writing, verbal, time management and interpersonal skills with ability to follow through. Ability to interact diplomatically with varied clientele is vital. Must be self-starter and highly motivated. Bilingual English/Spanish required. Private vehicle with appropriate auto insurance coverage, bondable, and a valid driver's license is required. Applicant must meet minimum qualifications for consideration and may be required to submit to drug screening and/or fingerprinting.
CHARO CDC is a diversified and expanding community development corporation. Main offices located near California State University, Los Angeles - San Bernardino Freeway (10) and the Long Beach Freeway (710). Riverside office is located at 1825 Chicago Street, Riverside, CA.
To be considered, applicant must submit resume with education, training, experience, and salary history to CHARO Community Development Corporation, 4301 E. Valley Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90032, or FAX to 323/266-4326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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