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NCB Capital Impact has an immediate opening for a PROGRAM COORDINATOR in
the Crystal City, VA office.

Qualified candidates can send resume to

The Community Solutions Group (CSG) Center for Long-Term Supports
Innovation (CLTSI) is an expanding division within NCB Capital Impact
whose mission is to “help older Americans and people with disabilities
conduct their lives with maximum independence, dignity, and connection
with their communities." CLSTI works with housing, health care and long
term services and supports (LTSS) providers, community organizations,
foundations, academic institutions, trade associations, state and local
governments, and others to identify or expand innovative concepts to
meet our nation’s growing LTSS demand. The Program Coordinator will
support the CLTSI team by (a) assisting the team in administering and
expanding the Village to Village Network (VtV Network); (b) providing
expert member services, administrative support, and policy research in
the areas of community based LTSS and aging in place and community (c)
assisting the CLTSI team fulfill its responsibilities under foundation
grants and state and other contracts; (d) assisting the team in the
implementation of the VtV Network business plan; and (e) assisting the
VtV Network team in the areas of marketing/outreach to maintain the
Network as the national resource for the Village model and for
innovations in aging in the community. This work will support the
development of expanded choice in long term supports and services
programs for older Americans.

The person who fills this position will be prepared to accept and
complete a wide range of assignments. S/he will have strong project
management and organizational skills, interest and experience in policy
and practice related to LTSS and aging in place and community, the
ability to work in a team as well as independently, and will be
responsible for assuring that assignments are achieved in a timely,
efficient manner and that internal and external communication flows

1. Assist in the administration and expansion of the VtV Network. The
national VtV Network provides a wide range of services to a growing
number of Network members. This role will support the VtV Network team
by responding to member calls and emails, handling member renewal
notices, assisting with webinar planning and production, providing
administrative support for the National Gathering, keeping the VtV
Network website updated, and assisting with preparation for bi-monthly
VtVN Board of Managers meetings. 50% time.

2. Provide support for Technical Assistance grants and contracts. The
implementation of TA grants and contracts includes a variety of support
activities that are critical to project success and client
satisfaction. For this position, these activities include becoming
familiar with TA projects and clients, organizing meetings and
conference calls, assisting with preparing/maintaining materials and
records to support TA activities, and communicating professionally and
effectively both internally and externally. Specific tasks include
setting event dates, securing space, arranging food and beverages,
making speaker arrangements, assisting with marketing and outreach,
responding to questions and inquiries, problem-solving, providing
technical support for calls and meetings, documenting calls and
meetings, and attending meetings as requested. 30% time.

3. Assist with research in the areas of Village promising practices,
LTSS, aging in place and community, the evidence base for social and
non-medical support, etc.
The area of aging in place and community is the focus of a great deal
of policy and research attention. This role will help identify and
organize relevant reports and other information into an accessible
library for CLTSI; research specific information needed for written
materials, publications, presentations, etc.; draft selected written
materials; and help develop a promising practices database on the VtV
Network website. 10% time.

4. Provide support for CLTSI and VtV Network business and strategic
planning and implementation. As the work of CLTSI shifts toward a
Village focus, business and strategic planning activities are being
undertaken to clearly identify what this business niche will look like.
As this planning is completed, a variety of marketing, outreach and
branding activities will be developed and incorporated into CLTSI’s
annual planning process and operations. This role will be an important
part of implementing these initiatives. 10% time.

· Four year college degree, ideally in aging, community development,
social work, public health or a related field
· Interest/background/working knowledge in aging, publicly-financed
housing and health care programs, long-term services and supports, and
policy and practice issues impacting low-income populations
· Ability to interact professionally with external clients, develop
workplans, perform secondary research, and work both independently and
as part of a team
· Minimum of three years experience in nonprofit organizations and
project management
· Strong writing and research skills and survey experience
· Initiative, flexibility, patience, sense of humor, and excellent
communication and organizational skills.
This person must be skilled in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Publisher, and website management. Additional graphics skills a plus.
Willing to learn new software programs specific to work.

Please visit our site at for more information.

Ellen Stewart | Human Resources | NCB
2011 Crystal Drive | Suite 800 | Arlington, VA 22202
Tel (703) 302-8008 |

NCB refers to National Consumer Cooperative Bank and its subsidiaries
(primarily NCB Financial Corporation and its subsidiary, NCB, FSB), its
affiliated non-profit corporation, NCB Capital Impact, and also NCB
Community Works, LLC, which is jointly owned by NCB Capital Impact. Each is
a separate corporation within the NCB Financial Group.
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