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Fitz Center for Leadership in Community

Neighborhood Corps

Service location: City Hall

Hours:
  • Half Time 900 hours from Sep. 13, 2019-Aug. 31, 2020 (about 22 hours a week). Stipend total is up to $7, 416 and Education Award up to $3,047.50.
  • Quarter Time 450 hours from Sep. 13, 2019--Dec. 31, 2019 (about 35 hours a week). Stipend total is up to $3,778 and Education Award up to $1,612.43.
  • Quarter Time 450 hours from Jan. 10, 2020--April 30, 2020 (about 35 hours a week). Stipend total is up to $3,778 and Education Award up to $1,612.43.
  • Quarter Time 450 hours from May 13, 2020--Aug. 31, 2020 (about 35 hours a week). Stipend total is up to $3,778 and Education Award up to $1,612.43.

Position Title: Neighborhood Organizer

Position Overview:

The Dayton Neighborhood Corps seeks full-time, part-time and minimum-time community organizers to join its community engagement team. The organizer will work with a staff team charged with implementing a robust community engagement process and community planning effort in support of Americorps program.

The Dayton Neighborhood Corps staff's primary focus is on comprehensive neighborhood revitalization projects which work to transform entire neighborhoods in Dayton. This work is diverse and consists of many activities including: acquisition, demolition and land assembly for new development; community stabilization programs such as resident organizing and community policing; housing programs to support homeownership and new construction to add housing and other amenities to neighborhoods.

Qualifications:

Must be over 18 years old. Must be a US citizen or permanent legal resident. Must pass a criminal background check. Background check qualifications include no history of sex offenses, abuse against children and or felony conviction of a murder. Resident of Edgemont, Carillon, Westwood, or Residence Park Preferred.

  • ambitious individual with a desire to work on projects which supports and builds the community they live in
  • “self-starter” who is unafraid to tackle tasks with minimal supervision or direction
  • comfortable working in the construct of a project team; carrying out tasks independently while contributing to the goals of the team as a whole
  • qualified candidates will have a high degree of comfort with the urban community as demonstrated by previous life, volunteer or employment experience
CONTACT

Fitz Center for Leadership in Community, Dayton Corps


1401 S. Main Street, Suite 230
Dayton, Ohio 45409
937-229-5430
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