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Tax Site Manager
Community Action Duluth
Reports To: Executive Director

Supervises: Two staff and 60+ volunteers.

Employment Type: Full-time and benefits eligible.

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Position Description: The Tax Site Manager is responsible for independently overseeing the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site. The VITA program is sponsored by the IRS and is designed to provide free tax help to taxpayers who:

· Generally make less than $57,000;

· Have a disability; or

· Speak limited English.

The goal of the program is to eliminate barriers to filing taxes to help low-income people receive the refunds to which they are entitled and fulfill a legal requirement. For many in poverty, a tax refund is the largest single annual payment that can help support basic needs or invest in assets to help rise out of poverty, such as transportation or housing. Additionally, both the federal and state governments offer credits for low-income people that can only be accessed through filing. For those who experience disabilities, lack the education to file for themselves, and lack the money to pay a preparer, volunteer-powered Free Tax Sites are their only option to file a return and access the refunds to which they are entitled.

Schedule: The Tax Site Manager is a full-time role, which means that they must work at least 32 hours per week in the non-tax season. During the tax season, January 1st through April 15th, the Tax Site Manager works normal office hours three days per week and historically has held clinics from 11:00am to 10:00pm the two other weekdays and has held a clinic between 7:30am and 1:00pm on Saturdays. The specifics of these clinics are ultimately the decision of the Tax Site Manager. Overtime is likely during the tax season.

Essential Duties:

· Run a tax site with complex systems which performs over 1,500 tax returns per year.

· Manage the tax site’s grants, including applying for federal, state, and local funding.
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Link: https://www.communityactionduluth.org/
Grants Manager
Community Action Duluth
Details coming soon! Check the website in the coming days/week.

Link: https://www.communityactionduluth.org/
Institutional Analysis Coordinator
Mending the Sacred Hoop
The project coordinator will be responsible for conducting a comprehensive analysis of domestic violence cases within the city of Duluth, MN where Native American women are the victim/survivors. Using the Institutional Analysis (formerly the Safety Audit) process developed by Praxis International, the project will examine the deeper levels of systemic interaction and decision-making that happen on domestic violence cases in order to identify gaps in the response and make formal recommendations and solutions to fill those gaps. The Safety Audit process is an interdisciplinary self-assessment tool that conducted by a team of people within a community. Most team members have experiences and connections to the focus of the audit. The entire process is focused on creating lasting institutional change to promote and enhance victim safety and offender accountability.
Please see https://praxisinternational.org/institutional-analysiscommunity-assessment-2/ for the complete cite and more details about IA projects.

Link: http://www.mshoop.org
Coalition Project Specialist
Mending the Sacred Hoop
We are looking for a responsible Coalition Project Specialist to administer and organize various coalition projects and plans. Responsibilities include working closely with our Coalition Coordinator and Executive Direcor to prepare comprehensive action plans, including resources, timeframes, and budgets for projects outlined in the grant goals/objectives. Perform various coordinating tasks such as scheduling, designing/implementing, administrative duties, project documentation, grant reporting, and other responsibilities. This role requires extensive communication with many types of individuals and organizations. Time management, the ability to prioritize competing deadlines and relationship building skills are a crucial component for this position. Ultimately, the duties are to ensure that all the Coalition projects are completed on time, within budget and meet high-quality standards.
Link: http://www.mshoop.org
Sacred Hoop Coalition Coordinator
Mending the Sacred Hoop
The Coalition Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that overall activities of the coalition are completed under the supervision of the Executive Director. The Coalition Coordinator organizes and implements the work of the Coalition including but not limited to; fulfilling grant/funding obligations, organizing training, developing training agendas and events, creating resource materials, conducts training/ speaking presentations/membership events, travels to tribal communities in Minnesota both on and off reservation, communicates effectively between coalition members, outside agencies, policy makers, tribes and tribal programs, and non-tribal resources in Minnesota related to domestic, sexual, and dating violence, stalking, and sex trafficking.
Link: http://www.mshoop.org
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