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Jobs – Coachella Valley/Palm Desert

May 17 2017

Research and Evaluation Associate

HARC, Inc. (Health Assessment and Research for Communities) - Palm Desert

About HARC HARC, Inc. (Health Assessment and Research for Communities) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, founded in 2006, located in Palm Desert, CA. HARC provides research and evaluation services that relate to health, wellness, and quality of life. HARC conducts community-based research, not lab-based research. Our research and evaluation is focused on improving lives where people live, work, learn, and play. To HARC, “health” includes all the social determinants of health, like education, housing, safety, economic stability, employment, and equity. HARC provides the information that organizations need to do their best work and improve lives. Our clients and data users are other organizations—including nonprofits, educational institutions, businesses, cities, and counties. We don’t provide direct services, but rather, we support the organizations who do provide direct services. We help them to better understand the needs in their community and to measure the impact their work is having. We provide have two major lines of work: 1. The Coachella Valley Community Health Survey 2. Customized research and evaluation consulting for clients (primarily nonprofits) About the Job Opening Position Title: Research and Evaluation Associate Location: Palm Desert, CA Position: Full-time (1 FTE) Reports to: Director of Research and Evaluation, Dr. Casey Leier Description: The Research and Evaluation Associate supports the Director of Research and Evaluation to design and implement a wide range of applied social science research. The Research and Evaluation Associate will be expected to interact with clients, design research and evaluation tools and protocols, collect data in a variety of methods, analyze both quantitative and qualitative data, and write reports to communicate findings to lay audiences. Primary Responsibilities: • Design appropriate research and evaluation plans, protocols, and instruments for a variety of data collection methods, including but not limited to interviews, focus groups, and surveys • Collect data for research and evaluation studies utilizing best practices in the field, including but not limited to programming and disseminating online surveys, literature reviews, data entry, conducting interviews and focus groups • Analyze quantitative data (using SPSS) through descriptive and univariate statistics • Analyze qualitative data using the best practices methods in the field • Write research and evaluation reports that accurately summarize findings and are understandable for a lay audience, including narrative, tables, charts, and other data visualization tools as appropriate • Network with the community to develop business and secure new research and evaluation contracts for HARC • Actively seek out potential research and/or evaluation clients for HARC, such as available Requests for Proposals (RFPs), grants, and other opportunities for expansion of HARC’s client-base • Help market HARC’s research and evaluation services Schedule • Work is typically performed between of 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday • Flextime/flexplace is allowed and encouraged to support work-life balance • Occasional weekend, early morning, or evening work may be required (approximately once or twice per month) Working Conditions: • Shared office environment (open cubicle design) • Frequent (1 to 3 times a week) travel to meet with clients and partners throughout Southern California (primarily Inland Empire) • Part-time work-from-home arrangements are possible • Noise level is moderate (e.g., computers, printers, phone conversations, etc.) Compensation • Salary range from $40,000 to $48,000, depending on experience • Reimbursement for health insurance, dental insurance, and life insurance, up to $800 per month • Cell phone allotment of $100/month • 401K plan available • Parking permits paid by HARC • Mileage reimbursement • 11 paid holidays per year • 18 days of paid time off (PTO) per year (PTO benefits begin on the first day of employment and are accrued monthly), increases with tenure ...

Mar 06 2017

Project Manager

Pueblo Unido CDC - La Quinta

Position Summary: The Project Manager (PM) position is a full-time at-will position subject to the availability of ongoing grant and other funding. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the PM performs a wide variety of tasks directly related to the planning, development and advocacy of infrastructure and affordable housing projects from acquisition through construction and occupancy. This position is characterized by a high degree of initiative, responsibility, accountability and ability to work congenially with a wide variety of individuals, community based organization and governmental entities. The Project Manager is expected to manage a minimum of three real estate development projects at one time; in various stages of development and will also assist with the development aspects of projects currently owned or managed by Pueblo Unido CDC (PUCDC). Position Description: The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned. This position description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities. Infrastructure Provide all technical and administrative services as needed for Agreement completion; coordination with engineering firms, the Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD); Riverside County, monitor plan check, supervise, and review all work performed; and coordinate budgeting and scheduling to ensure the Agreement is completed within budget, on schedule, and in accordance with approved procedures, applicable laws, and regulations. 1. Coordinate meetings with park owners, CVWD, Riverside County Building and Safety, and Environmental Health Department staff contact to prepare permit package, and submittals; 2. Monthly status meetings, quarterly TA roundtable meetings, quarterly written progress reports. 3. Procure funding with state programs. 4. Retain general contractors. 5. Oversee construction. 6. Coordinate final inspections. 7. Draft Project Summary Report. 8. Final Project Summary Report. Affordable Housing/Community Facilities 1. Prepare financial and economic feasibility analysis for rehabilitation and new developments. 2. Prepare and submit applications for funding to federal, state, local and private funding sources. 3. Perform tasks necessary to obtain local approvals and community support of proposed infrastructure and housing developments, including, but not limited to: submit land use applications, organize and conduct neighborhood meetings, and testify during public hearings. 4. Prepare project timeline and monitor adherence to schedule. 5. Engage and provide on-going coordination between engineers, architects, contractors, attorneys, and other members of the development team. 6. Provide on-going coordination with property and asset management staff within the organization to incorporate management input on the design, operating budgets and resident profile and assist with marketing, leasing and other activities related to the lease-up of new developments. 7. Perform all types of administrative tasks and other related activities as required, including, but not limited to: project cost accounting and interface with auditors as necessary. 8. Perform construction administration/management activities, including, but not limited to: drafting and oversight of construction contracts, site inspections, change order evaluation, and preparation of monthly draw requests. 9. Assist with the identification and negotiation of land, existing buildings or other development opportunities. 10. Oversee construction 11. Coordinate project inspection. 12. Other responsibilities as assigned to support specific department business needs. ...

May 02 2016

Outreach Specialist

Braille Institute of America - Rancho Mirage

Duties Include: Manage Spanish language outreach efforts for the El Poder Sin Ver initiative including conducting classes and presentations; engage with current vision service related partnerships and work with partners to identify new program opportunities; provide Outreach at health fairs and other community events as well providing presentations; actively assist the Educational Programs Manager with Outreach and enhance overall Outreach efforts;


Dec 16 2015

Executive Director

Peoplescape Consulting - Palm Desert, Ca

Reporting to the President of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED ) is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the organization according to the strategic direction set by the Board of Directors. Leadership: • Work with the Board of Directors (BOD) to develop a vision and strategic plan to guide the organization • Act as professional advisor to the BOD on all aspects of organizational activities • Represent the organization at community activities to enhance its community profile • Serve as spokesperson and advocate for the organization’s mission, programs and services Operational Planning & Management: • Develop annual operational plan with goals and objectives that work towards the strategic direction of the organization • Prepare policies for approval of the Board and procedures to implement the policies • Analyze opportunities and present to the Board Program Planning and Management: • Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of Organization’s programs and services • Ensure the programs and services offered by the organization contribute to its mission and reflect the priorities of the Board • Oversee the planning, implementation, execution and evaluation of special projects Financial Planning and Management: • Work with the Finance Committee to prepare an annual budget for Board approval • Research funding sources, oversee the development of fund raising plans and grant writing • Develop broad-based funding sources in conjunction with the Board to ensure a continuing stable financial base for the organization’s operations • Provide the Board with comprehensive, monthly reports on the revenues and expenditures of the Organization • Ensure fiduciary responsibility, sound financial management and financial accountability for contributions, income and all other organizational assets Community Relations/Advocacy: • Communicate with stakeholders to keep them informed of the work of Organization and to identify changes in the community served by the organization • Establish good working relationships with partners, community groups, politicians, funders & other organizations to help achieve the goals of the Organization Technology: • Make sure the Organization is maximizing the use of social media & technology Marketing: • Work with the Marketing & Publicity Committee to develop an overall marketing strategy • Promote and maintain effective public relations, public information & marketing programs...