Job Opportunities (2) - BECOME - "Community Advocate and Co-Creator" and "Community Transformation Coordinator"

02/25/2022 3:02 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

For both positions:

Please email your cover letter and curriculum vitae to by 3/15/2022 or call 312-278-1049 ext. 702 with any questions.

Community Advocate and Co-Creator

With a commitment to the vision of BECOME, the Community Advocate and Co-Creator will be responsible for organizing, coordinating, planning and designing proposals and projects for and with BECOME’s nonprofit partners, applying Culturally Responsive Practices and ensuring the values of BECOME are infused throughout proposals, projects, and community engagement processes. The team member will lead and engage in program evaluation, strategic planning, facilitation, and community engagement, in addition to other organization strategies with partner organizations and foundations as well community residents.

Full job description here.

Community Transformation Coordinator

The Community Transformation Coordinator (CTC) serves as a project coordinator, community recruiter, and one of the Community Interest Group Interviewers and Facilitators for the Culturally Responsive Community Transformation (CRCT) model developed by BECOME. CRCT is an innovative model designed to bring residents together to identify their collective goals for social transformation within the boundaries of their neighborhood and collaboratively create pathways to turn their community insight into action. The implementation of a Culturally Responsive Community Transformation Hub will serve to build community capacity and neighborhood transformation with community-driven strategic planning, facilitation, and systems building. The CTC will play an integral role in the development and sustainability of the Community Transformation Hub and CRCT model by organizing community engagement, conducting outreach and recruiting community members for interviews and focus groups, facilitating listening sessions, including interviews and focus groups with community members, and supporting data collection and analysis activities. This work will take place in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood of Chicago, IL and is a part-time position with an estimated 20-25 hours per week.

Full job description here. 

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