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Community Rebuilds seeks a AmeriCorps Program Director to oversee all aspects of the AmeriCorps State/National Grant for Moab and surrounding areas.  Working with both Community Rebuilds leadership and UServeUtah AmeriCorps State office, this position maintains the gateway for AmeriCorps members to serve with nonprofit and school entities in Southeast Utah.  AmeriCorps members provide direct service in housing and education as well as other AmeriCorps focus areas as needed.


The AmeriCorps Program Director reports directly to the Executive Director of Community Rebuilds.  The AmeriCorps Program Director also works closely with the Community Rebuilds’ finance department to track the grant and reimbursements as well as the UServeUtah state office for grant management.  The responsibilities and compensation are as follows:


Primary duties and responsibilities include: ​

  • Manage federal grant with a high level of transparency and integrity

  • Improve or create processes and materials to manage the grant efficiently and effectively

  • Train host sites to be engaging and beneficial service opportunities to the members and community

  • Participate AmeriCorps State Training and Technical Assistance monthly  meetings

  • Attend quarterly AmeriCorps Program Director meetings

  • Attend Yearly Regional Conference for AmeriCorps Directors

  • Facilitate monthly check-in meetings with AmeriCorps Members

  • Solicit needs from members and create or facilitate trainings to meet those needs

  • Maintain files for members according to State office requirements

  • Recruit and train host sites for participation in program

  • Mentor host sites in member recruitment and management

  • Follow grant budget and provide guidance to finance department on tracking of grant

  • Submit quarterly reports and grant reimbursement requests to the State office

  • Maintain eGrants, IPT, Truescreen, and Fieldprint accounts for member enrollment

  • Enroll members in Accordance with AmeriCorps guidelines, including background checks

  • Orient new members to the AmeriCorps program

  • Maintain a high standard of integrity within the program

  • Submit grant application in April 2023 for grant continuation


Desired Skills and Proficiencies

  • Detail oriented and organized

  • Excellent written and verbal skills

  • Ability to manage tasks and priorities with minimal supervision 

  • Computer competencies including MAC/PC, everything Google, video conferencing, MS Office 

  • Some flexibility to attend mandatory meetings out of town

  • Passion or interest community service and volunteerism

Compensation and Benefits

  • This position will be a contracted 1099 position paid at $25 per hour

  • Billable hours will average from 15-20 hours per week

  • Ability to work remotely with a flexible schedule 

  • Travel costs reimbursable for work related travel


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