The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Community Partnerships & Investments (CPI) Coordinator provides administrative support to the Community Partnerships and Investments team by assisting with the planning and implementation of WWP’s strategic investment and partnership strategy.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
- Provide administrative support to Community Partnerships and Investments team in their work executing the strategic investment and partnership strategy. Track and analyze grantees and partnership data and information and prepare reports for leadership.
- Perform data analyses to support reporting and decision-making. Prepare reports.
- Assist the CPI team to plan and implement the bi-annual Partnership Convening, and similar events and meetings.
- Assist GCR Communications team with creation of content, e.g., flyers, presentations, social media content.
- Interact with warriors and partners and obtain pertinent information on the impact of CPI investments and grants.
- Maintain knowledge and understanding of military service organization (MSO) and veteran service organization (VSO) communities’ needs, concerns, issues, and trends. Provide written updates to CPI team.
- Review grant proposals and research and conduct due diligences to help assess grant invitee applications.
- Track proper investment administration, including outcome-based metrics.
- Assist with special projects and initiatives.
- Establish working relationships and collaborate with WWP teammates to advance the mission and GCR program strategy and goals.
- Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- Demonstrated computer proficiency using Microsoft Office, e.g., Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint.
- Strong internet navigation and research skills, database management, and customer relationship management software. Demonstrated understanding of data and digital platforms.
- Working understanding of program management and project management, including analyzing outcomes and impact.
- Good understanding of relationship management and partnering. Well-developed interpersonal skills to effectively interact with diverse individuals.
- Demonstrated customer-relationship skills. Demonstrated ability to manage sensitive matters with diplomacy, empathy, and confidentiality, and build effective working relationships.
- Strong professional presence and demeanor.
- High energy level. Self- starter; willing to take initiative.
- Good written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong proofreading and editing skills.
- Good organizational and time management skills. Ability to adapt to changing priorities and meet deadlines.
- Understanding of military service organization (MSO) and veteran service organization (VSO) community needs, concerns, issues, and trends.
- Unequivocal commitment to the highest standards of personal and business ethics and conduct.
- Mission-driven, guided by core values, and a pleasure to work with.
Education & Experience Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree. Equivalent combination of education, experience, training and certification may be considered in lieu of degree.
- Three years of experience working in a non-profit organization; or three years of experience working in the government; or three years of experience working in a for-profit organization with ties to the military/veteran community.
- Bachelor’s degree in political science, business, management, communication, or related field.
- Two years of experience in grant-making, data analytics, or meeting and event planning.
- Two years of military experience or working with military or veteran service organizations.
- Two years of experience working with a non-profit organization.
Certifications & Licensure
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