The Hub Job Listings page connects talented people with organizations doing great things in West Virginia.
Here’s a list of recent openings – updated July 10, 2020.
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WV Community Development Hub Sponsored VISTA Volunteer Opportunities
The Hub partners with organizations across the state who have a program in need of capacity-building to sponsor AmeriCorps VISTA – Volunteers in Service to America – positions. We also host VISTA positions at The Hub. Read more about our VISTA program.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT VISTA (posted 7/2020)
The Hub is seeking a VISTA to support our HubCAP IV program, which kicks off this fall. HubCAP IV is a two-year program that continues support for the six Monongahela National Forest Gateway Communities (Cowen, Elkins, Franklin, Marlinton, Petersburg and White Sulphur Springs), who have been working to identify and promote their recreation assets on a local and regional scale through the Monongahela Forest Town Initiative. The HubCAP Community Engagement VISTA member will build the capacity of these six communities by recruiting participants to the program, facilitating relationship building and resource sharing between participants, developing best practices guides for community engagement in the HubCAP program, and more. This is a statewide position, based out of The Hub’s office in Grafton, WV. The ideal candidate is an outgoing, self-starter individual who values community development as a means to develop local economies sustainably.
AMERICORPS VISTA LEADER AT THE HUB (posted 3/2020)
WV Community Development Hub is looking for an Americorps VISTA to serve as an AmeriCorps VISTA Leader. An AmeriCorps VISTA Leader is someone who has at least 1 year’s experience in National Service (any AmeriCorps program) or Peace Corps. Compensation and benefits are different for people who serve as AmeriCorps VISTA Leaders. This VISTA Leader will build a more robust recruitment program for the AmeriCorps VISTA program at The Hub, and serve as a cheerleader, mentor, and coach for all of our members across West Virginia. An ideal candidate for this position will have a passion for service and community development.
AMERICORPS VISTA CITY OF SHINNSTON (posted 3/2020)
The City of Shinnston is seeking an outgoing individual who is eager to build capacity in community volunteerism, aimed at improving health outcomes and stimulating the local economy. Activities will include community research, and developing and implementing a volunteer management system and recruitment campaign. Volunteer projects will be designed by the member, along with members of the community, with the goal of promoting healthy activities and kickstarting economic development. This VISTA will put a primary focus on increasing volunteer involvement and effectively increasing the positive community impacts by volunteer efforts. Through community surveying and research, the VISTA will be able to determine the current needs of the community and design city-sponsored volunteer events and activities to address those needs. Additionally, the VISTA will implement a volunteer management system and recruitment campaign to accurately track volunteer-related data and establish a long-term community investment in volunteerism.
AMERICORPS VISTA IN COWEN COMMUNITY (posted 9/2019)
Build up revitalization efforts in Cowen, WV! Located in Webster County, this position focuses on moving forward the momentum built during Cowen’s work with The Hub’s Cultivate WV community engagement and revitalization program. The town has begun initiatives that revolve around beautification, community gathering spaces, health and wellness, environment, and more. The VISTA will work at the community level (hosted and supported by the Town Council) to build out a database of contacts and resources, engage community volunteers, and support the various projects throughout the town.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST (posted 7/10)
Department of Commerce/ WV Development Office/ Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Mineral, Pendleton and Tucker Counties – Under limited supervision, at the advanced level Business Development Specialist Level 3 uses advance entrepreneurial development, perform complex advanced level professional work in the creation and expansion of small businesses including minority business development, education and training assistance, marketing and communication efforts, and procurement assistance.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR (posted 7/10)
High Rocks, an award-winning non-profit program in Hillsboro, WV, is seeking a full-time High Rocks Academy for Girls Program Coordinator. The coordinator will work directly with 80-120 young women to educate, empower, and inspire them for a lifetime of success, service, and leadership. Girls stay in the program for up to 7 years, and many continue their relationship with High Rocks over their lifetimes. Duties include leading a team to organize two powerful summer camps, engage a love of learning, deliver holistic year-round support, and support our alumni in college and beyond. This year-round program includes camps, mentoring, recruiting and admissions, 4-5 reunion overnights, community service opportunities, leadership development, college access and college trips program, and scholarship awards. The coordinator will also recruit, select, and supervise AmeriCorps members and summer staff dedicated to these programs. Half of this job is direct programming with students; half is organizing, planning, and supervision. The High Rocks team is dynamic and inspiring; team members work together to achieve great results, guide the direction of the organization, represent High Rocks in regional partnerships, work together to tell the story of High Rocks to the world, and build relationships with funders and other partners so that we can provide these experiences with full-funded scholarships to young women in West Virginia.
BUSINESS CENTER DIRECTOR (posted 6/26)
Proficient entrepreneur? Want to provide guidance to West Virginia’s women-owned businesses? This position is responsible for the development of education, training programs and other support services that address the needs of West Virginia’s women-owned businesses, with an emphasis on socially and economically disadvantaged entrepreneurs. The Women’s Business Center (WBC) Director will: provide 1:1 counseling to clients; manage human and financial resources of the organization to achieve the Women’s Business Center mission; raise program funding from SBA and non-federal matching funds from foundations and other private funders/sponsors; and oversee management and reporting of the Center’s finances and programmatic activities to the SBA. The WBC Director will also develop and foster partnerships with other Resource Providers across the state to serve the businesses of West Virginia in the most effective and efficient manner.
BUSINESS CENTER PROGRAM COORDINATOR (posted 6/26)
The Program Coordinator provides overall programmatic support to the Women’s Business Center (WBC) Director and coordinates the operations of the Women’s Business Center of West Virginia. The Program Coordinator has two primary responsibilities:
- Coordinating the planning, scheduling, and promotion of the WBC – WV’s events, workshops, training and coaching services.
- Managing the collection, maintenance, and reporting of participant and performance data to the SBA and NCIFund. This includes oversight and use of the data collection system (Outcome Tracker or Neoserra) used by WBC – WV.
Other responsibilities include in-take and initial counseling with clients, and assistance in the preparing of organizational reports, publications, and other materials.
BUSINESS CENTER BUSINESS COUNSELOR (posted 6/26)
Want to help West Virginia’s women-owned businesses? The Business Counselor helps the small business clients of the Women’s Business Center (WBC) – WV plan and grow their enterprises through 1-1 counseling and by conducting or organizing training sessions. They will also support the WBC Director by helping with outreach, planning and promotion of Center events to serve women and socially disadvantaged entrepreneurs in economically challenged communities across the State. Additional responsibilities include documenting the assistance given to clients and preparing organizational reports, publications, and other materials.