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HubCAP Project Coordinator

Position Summary

The HubCAP Project Coordinator will lead the delivery of mobile, collaborative, place-based services to individuals living and working within Brown County through an initiative called the HubCAP (Community Access Partnership). The Project Coordinator is responsible for supervising a team of Community Resource Navigators; overseeing the cadence of services, activities, and programming offered through the HubCAP and related community outreach; and managing all project-related logistics. The position is full-time salaried with benefits.

Qualities and Qualifications

The ideal team member believes in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging for all people; is passionate about improving the quality of life for everyone in Brown County; has the ability to effectively work with a wide variety of individuals and groups; is highly organized, flexible, and can effectively multitask. Two or more years of experience in staff supervision, project oversight, and grant reporting.

Advantages: Related Bachelor’s degree or equivalent certification or training. Experience working and engaging with diverse communities and populations. Lived expertise finding community services and other resources to meet your needs. Bilingual. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite.

Key Responsibilities

- Supervise a team of HubCAP Community Resource Navigators.

- Manage HubCAP vehicles by:

- Developing and monitoring standard vehicle operating procedures and protocols.

- Coordinating vehicle operations, storage, and maintenance.

- Maintaining a central schedule of community partners providing HubCAP programs and services.

- Working with Brown County United Way team members to maintain up-to-date HubCAP promotional materials and information.

- Track and record HubCAP activities and outcomes in accordance with the reporting requirements associated with grants and other funding sources supporting the HubCAP. Assist with writing related reports.

- Work with the Chief Financial Officer to track all HubCAP grant expenditures to ensure appropriate and timely expenditure of funds, in accordance with applicable spending timelines.

- Assist in the identification of HubCAP funding sources such as grants and private investors.

- Continuously evaluate the effectiveness of HubCAP activities, programs, and services.

- Participate in long-term planning for the HubCAP.

- Work with Brown County United Way team members to uplift and share stories of impact with the broader community.

- Willingness to attend trainings and obtain certifications funded by the employer as needed.

- Possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and be able to drive HubCAP vehicles throughout Brown County as needed.

- Assist with the supervision of ad-hoc personnel such as HubCAP interns.

- Provide backup staff support to the overall organization as needed.

- Other duties as assigned.

To Apply

Please email your resume or CV to Sarah Inman:

About Brown County United Way

Established in 1925, Brown County United Way’s mission is to unite people, ideas, and resources to co-create community solutions that strengthen every person and every community in Brown County. Our vision is an inclusive community where all individuals are able to meet their basic needs and have equal opportunity for stability in their health, education, financial well-being, and connection to community.

About the HubCAP

Powered by Brown County United Way, the HubCAP (Community Access Partnership) delivers services and information to community residents via specialized vehicles deployed to neighborhoods, parks, places of employment and worship, and other locations where people live, work, and gather. There is a particular focus on providing equitable access to health, early childhood, education, economic support, and housing services to underserved, marginalized, and at-risk populations in partnership with many community organizations.

Brown County United Way is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, health status, religious or political affiliation, disability, or any other classification considered discriminatory under applicable law.