Join our MEDA Team
At MEDA, we find meaning and fulfillment in investing in people’s lives. We work collaboratively to close the opportunity gap for low- to moderate-income Latino families in San Francisco’s Mission District by providing them access to affordable housing, career and small-business development, education and more. As MEDA continues to strengthen this community, we need more talented professionals dedicated to inspiring positive change – and driven to succeed in a fast-paced team environment. Be one of us!
Since 2015, MEDA’s ¡Viva! program has provided training and technical assistance to support other organizations across the country to implement MEDA’s strategies in their communities. MEDA couples its comprehensive curriculum packages, grounded in Human Centered Design; with expert staff for one-on-one organizational engagements, national network consulting, and best practice exchange convenings. MEDA is both funded for and funds this work, passing through funds to organizations committed to wealth, place, and power building in low-income, immigrant, and communities of color.
MEDA’s product offerings include integrated Asset Building programs, Small Sites real estate development, Data & Evaluation; with others forthcoming. The ¡Viva! online platform will launch in 2020 to enhance this work and support working in coalition across the ¡Viva! network. MEDA is the leader in Small Sites acquisition and development in San Francisco, and trainer for national networks such as UnidosUS and the National Association of Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB).
Your Career Opportunity
As National Training Manager you will forge the way in a newly created position created to support execution and development of MEDA’s ¡Viva! national initiatives. In this position you will coordinate and execute the technical components of these initiatives locally, regionally, and nationally across communities. You will support the vision of this work to build capacity across organizations and communities and are a person with a background in community development, specifically a passion for and understanding of generational wealth building and affordable real estate development for individuals and communities. As the National Training Manger you will bring your strengths in establishing dynamic relationships, building organizational capacity building and training, evaluation, curriculum delivery and development, and business and partner management to the table.
Specifically, you will:
- Project manage all ¡Viva! partner engagements, including serving as technical point of contact for all relevant stakeholders, including but not limited to: partner organizations, funders, community members.
- Utilize MEDA’s training curriculum to deliver and coordinate training and technical assistance to partner organizations, including coordinating staff trainers.
- Work closely with Chief Strategy Officer and MEDA teams to continuously enhance training curriculum and ensure it is up-to-date with new developments.
- Execute local and national training and best practice convenings.
- Build and work in coalition with partners on collective advocacy and outreach around wealth and power building.
- Represent MEDA’s organizational and collaborative work and impact at local, regional, and national conferences and events.
Your Keys to Success
To perform successfully in this role, you will need to leverage these key qualifications:
- Experience working across and holding accountable multiple teams and organizations for common goals
- Five years’ previous project and/or program management experience in community and economic development field
- Proven experience in project management, curriculum development, and training and technical assistance
- Demonstrated commitment to socioeconomic equity for low-income, immigrant, and communities of color
- Passionate about championing Latino equity, and wealth and power building
Ability to develop and provide in-person and online presentations including trainings, reports, and work plans
- Fundraising and/or business development experience, highly preferred
- Experience working and living within low-income, Latino, and immigrant communities
- Spanish fluency required
Your MEDA Experience
Do meaningful work in an innovative workplace, while being challenged in your professional growth.
Joining MEDA means having meaningful experiences that develop achievers – from across the Mission neighborhood and from within our organization. We find meaning and fulfillment in our work as we see this community thrive and are driven to achieve better outcomes by challenging ourselves to innovate in our ways of working.
We offer a market-leading benefits program that reflects MEDA’s values and mission. We invest in people’s lives and support our own people’s health and financial well-being.
Our core benefits include:
- Comprehensive medical, vision and dental insurance for employees and their dependents – 100 percent covered by MEDA
- 401(k) Plan for employees
- Generous paid time off — minimum of 20 days for new employees
- Employee Assistance Program that offers free financial or legal counseling to employees or their families
- Other forms of voluntary benefits
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