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Engagement Program Associate

Job Details

Episcopal Health Foundation - Houston, TX
Full Time
Bachelor's Degree
$61,101.00 - $64,495.00 Salary/year

Engagement Program Associate

The Engagement Program Associate will contribute to the Engagement team by providing project management support, resource and content development, program coordination, and communication of the division’s work for internal and external stakeholders. The Associate will work directly with the Vice President of Community Engagement to provide programmatic support in a well-organized and timely manner.


Primary Responsibilities

  • Partner with VP for Community Engagement to ensure alignment between Congregational and Community Engagement
  • Coordinate with VP to ensure weekly/monthly priorities are set and maintained, including overall project management to monitor deadlines on key initiatives as needed
  • Manage Engagement reporting by collecting and compiling data for the Board, diocese, research and evaluation requests, and ad hoc reports as requested
  • Create systems of effectiveness for data collection and reporting to identify priorities and advance transformative community action
  • Support the team’s expansion efforts to the North Texas region to better understand potential partners, conduct initial conversations, and identify leverage points with both internal and external work
  • Develop content for the Congregational Engagement monthly eNews, website updates, and ensure consistent publication
  • Generate social media posts that will engage community with timely and relevant information about our work and learning opportunities
  • Provide Engagement team programmatic area data to research and evaluation for the development of surveys
  • Support the team to implement programmatic work and work closely with congregations to recruit congregation members, community partners, and civic institutions 
  • Prepare PowerPoint slides and produce and edit other presentation materials as needed
  • Assist with events, logistics, evaluation, note-taking, and meetings as needed

Competencies and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in public policy, education or related social science discipline is preferred
  • Minimum of two – three years of related experience with nonprofits, philanthropy, and/or faith-based organizations
  • An ideal candidate would be fluent in Spanish, both reading and writing proficiency
  • Ability to prioritize projects, multi-task, and meet deadlines and support others
  • Extremely detail-oriented and organized
  • Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal and presentation skills
  • Experience in conducting web-based research and literature reviews
  • Creativity, problem-solving, initiative, and a can-do attitude
  • Proven ability to work independently and in a collaborative team environment
  • Ability to develop good working relationships with internal staff and external stakeholders
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively participate in a multidisciplinary team environment
  • This position is Houston-based and requires travel within the 80 counties of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.

All employees are expected to comply with EHF values, expectations, and policies and procedures. These include: taking responsibility for actions and outcomes, being a good stewardship of resources, being transparent, being a team player, producing high quality work and maintaining a high level of productivity. All employees are expected to have sound knowledge of Microsoft Office software.