About the Role
The St. Louis Community Health Worker Coalition (CHWCo) is looking for an amazing candidate to provide in-person administrative support to its CEO and Board of Directors.
The selected candidate will be passionate about our mission and have a demonstrated interest in racial equity - honoring Black spaces, specifically. Daily use of their top-notch clerical skills, due to having over 5 years' experience supporting leaders in the C-Suite level, to manage calendars, email, and digital workspaces will be required. Because of their strong interpersonal skills, their ability to navigate political spaces and challenging situations in a friendly and professional way come second nature. This candidate will be resourceful, and detail oriented with outstanding problem solving and project management skills. Considering the confidential nature of the work we do, handling confidential information with discretion is an expectation. Lastly, our candidate will enjoy technology and will identify with being tech savvy.
If you are qualified and as excited about this position as we are, looking for full-time in-person employment, first, we can’t wait to meet you! Second, please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com with the subject ‘Executive Administrator.’
Annual Salary: $65,000 – 80,000, with benefits
Interview process will include:
About the Company
The St. Louis Community Health Worker Coalition (CHWCo) is a membership group, an organized consulting body, and an independent, social impact organization providing services towards social determinants. We define Community Health Workers (CHWs) as trusted and reflective, system intermediaries who work across sectors to build self-sufficiency within a client, patient, or neighbor through advocacy and outreach by addressing social needs. The Coalition is the only non-profit organization in the state of Missouri developed, organized, and governed by CHWs devised to deliver a range of nontraditional public health and intermediary services – especially within underinvested, mainly African American communities. Ultimately, the CHWCo is the regional backbone organization striving to build capacity, formalize institutional Community Health Worker leadership, and advocate for long-term sustainability of the workforce within the state of Missouri and beyond.
COALITION VISION AND CORE VALUES
Imagine St Louis as an interconnected network of services united through a sustainable community health worker workforce committed to bridging the gap between community and systems. This vision is personified through our core values below, to which we hold ourselves accountable. The values below guide our decisions, actions, and partnership.
Advocacy ● Capacity Building ● Inclusion ● Leadership ● Social Justice