Missouri Community Action Network
Seeks Health-Energy-Housing Project Coordinator
Position open until filled
Applications received by 12/10/17 will be given priority
Missouri Community Action Network is seeking a project coordinator for a new initiative aimed at improving the quality of life through enhanced health and energy outcomes in multi-family housing. Candidates must have a desire to make a difference helping people and changing lives by supporting Missouri's Community Action Agencies.
The HEH Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating efforts to design a pilot program model intended to produce improved health and energy outcomes for low-income Missourians through housing modifications and energy-efficiency measures in multi family housing units. This is a one-year, full-time, grant-funded project with the goal of creating a program model for sustainable multi-family housing improvement programs that enhances residents' health and energy outcomes, can be easily replicated, and attracts a variety of funding opportunities.
Three years of experience in housing and energy efficiency, healthy homes, environmental health or a related field required. Experience in program design and development are preferred. A bachelor's degree in a related field is strongly preferred. A combination of additional experience, education and certifications may be considered. We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package, and a rewarding work environment.
At Missouri CAN, our mission is to advocate for low-income Missourians and strengthen the Community Action Network.
We envision a state where all people and communities thrive.