Posting: Detroit Community Wealth Fund is hiring a Part-Time Project Manager.
August 21, 2020
This is salaried, 20-hour/week position based in Detroit, MI.
You can view the full job description and application details here.
The role of the Project Manager is to support the lending and cooperative training programs of the DCWF. The Project Manager will have specific projects that they oversee on an ongoing basis. Because we are a small organization, the Project Manager will also be expected to work on other projects related to our lending and cooperative development programs, participate and support ongoing strategic organizational planning, operations, and public events. Evening and weekday availability is required of all members of our team.
Candidates for this position might not possess all of the qualifications listed below. DCWF is committed to finding the right person who will be proactive in learning while on the job, practicing new skills, and strengthening existing ones. The right person is also willing to take an active role in a young and growing organization, where patience and creativity are necessary.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Detroit Community Wealth Fund does not discriminate against applicants or employees due to their race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, physical ability, hairstyle, previous incarceration, or length of time spent unemployed. We strive to reflect the diverse community we serve. Applicants who contribute to this diversity are strongly encouraged to apply.
About Detroit Community Wealth Fund
The Detroit Community Wealth Fund (DCWF) provides non-extractive loans, educational training, and business support to cooperatives businesses and community-based businesses. We work with historically marginalized communities in Detroit who have been excluded from the current economic system. We work side by side with clients throughout the entirety of our loan cycle. We also offer a number of educational and training opportunities, and for the general public to learn more about cooperative businesses.
For more information on Detroit Community Wealth Fund, our programs, values, and non-extractive financing, please visit our website.