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Come Home Oregon - PRIME Project Manager - Roseburg, Oregon

October 6, 2009View for printing

OVERVIEW OF PRIME PROJECT

Umpqua Community Development Corporation of Roseburg, Oregon, has received a Small Business Administration PRIME grant to create a comprehensive recruitment, screening/assessment, technical assistance, and long-term support program for low and moderate income entrepreneurs in conjunction with utilization of Individual Development Accounts. The PRIME project manager is a non exempt, ¾ time, one year grant project management position with potential for annual renewal, and reports directly to the MEDAL Program Manager.

Job responsibilities:

• Development and coordination of targeted outreach, screening, and service provision to disadvantaged entrepreneurs

• Link services with access to Individual Development Account funds

• Develop and maintain project evaluation matrix

• Increase the number of disadvantaged entrepreneurs who successfully open and operate their own micro enterprise

• Track data related to clients and curriculum, and developing ‘best practices’ for the program

• Manage PRIME grant and all associated record keeping and reporting

Necessary Skills:

• Minimum 3 years experience in small business development

• Grant management experience, preferably federal grant

• Proficient in the full Microsoft suite (esp. word, excel, access)

• Strong organizational skills and demonstrated ability to work independently

Additional Skills:

• Experience working with low/moderate income community members

• Experience developing/delivering educational trainings Application instructions

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Umpqua CDC no later than October 15th, 2009:

PRIME Project Applicant

Umpqua CDC

605 SE Kane St.

Roseburg, OR

97470
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