College Access Program Coordinator

Responsibilities Include:
▪ Recruit 50 new IDA youth participants from area high schools (NHS) living within 24:1 service area.
▪ Open accounts – requires face-to-face meetings with youth participants and families. Facilitate the
opening of accounts with US Bank staff.
▪ Assist in the facilitation, coordination, and instruction of financial education for youth including parent
workshop events and curriculum.
▪ Act as liaison between Normandy High School administration staff and participants and parents of the
IDA program.
▪ Assist in the coordination of college access services for students with Normandy High School guidance
office staff.
▪ Create electronic account records for each new IDA participant enrolled in the program; Enter monthly
deposit amounts in Vista Share Outcome Tracker Database.
▪ Analyze and monitor participant savings; Create and distribute monthly Account Summary statements to
all enrolled participants. Generate and mail various account and college access letters.
▪ Provide ongoing support as needed for college access workshops, bank trips, and other school-based
▪ Prepare monthly, quarterly, and/or semi-annual reports to program funders; Assist in the production of
reporting data to the United Way and other partner agencies on an as-needed basis.
▪ Facilitate match withdrawal processes to include: o Receiving appropriately completed match withdrawal
documentation from IDA participants o Contacting financial institutions to insure the availability of funds
o Providing appropriate documentation to Accounting Department for preparation and
dissemination of match withdrawal checks (made payable to 3rd party vendors) to clients
o Submitting required documentation for reimbursement of funds o Entering all match withdrawal
data for IDA participants
o Working with financial institutions to facilitate the withdrawal of participants’ savings match
▪ Occasional Travel – Coordinate College Field Trips throughout the school year for
youth IDA participants.
Required Qualifications:
▪ BA, BS with preferred course work in Social Services or another related field with College Access
▪ Must demonstrate excellent writing skills and a willingness to work in a fast-paced/non-profit
o Individual must possess proficient time management and multi-tasking skills with an ability to
meet deadlines.
▪ Strong computer skills, including MS Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook) with excellent attention to
▪ Good organizational and self-motivational skills with a proven ability to take initiative and work
▪ Excellent writing, editing, research, and oral communication skills.
▪ Good human relations skills and the ability to effectively work with persons from a broad range of social,
economic, and professional backgrounds are required. Must have an understanding of issues affecting low to moderate-income families and minority communities.
▪ Ability to be flexible and work occasional early mornings, late evenings, and weekends.
Preferred Experience and Qualifications:
▪ MA, MSW preferred, with two (2) years experience, which demonstrates knowledge of a variety of
field concepts, practices, and principles related to program planning and implementation, asset-building
and College Savings Accounts including Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) and (529s).
▪ Ability to anticipate needs, see opportunities and use good judgment in dealing with confidential
▪ Ability to analyze and review operational procedures, identify problem areas and optimize performance
through procedural changes.
▪ Experience with client database management tools.
▪ College Access Program Manager
Salary and Benefits:
▪ Full-time salaried position with benefits as determined in current Beyond Housing
Employee Handbook
▪ Salary – $40,000.00
Application Instructions:
Please send your resume, and cover letter in MS Word format to This position will remain open until it is filled.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position.  They are not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required.  Beyond Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Beyond Housing believes that each individual is unique, and we are committed to respecting the diversity of all individuals. We strive to move beyond simple tolerance, embracing and celebrating the differences contained within each of us, making us stronger as whole.

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