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Network Hiring for Multiple Roles

Building Wealth and Health Network Expanding Team as Its Reach Grows

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September 6, 2022

The Building Wealth and Health Network has expanded its programming and reach over the past year to offer its research-tested trauma-informed and healing-centered financial self-empowerment programming to new audiences through partnerships throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey as well as provide additional training and development for professionals. Because of this incredible growth, the Network must grow its team of staff to administer the program and is currently recruiting for three distinct roles. 

Operations Coordinator - The Operations Coordinator is a full-time, benefits eligible administrative staff member who will join the core central office team to provide program coordination, administration, and logistics support. They will schedule meetings, maintain required program documentation, support Network social media presence, design and disseminate a monthly Network Newsletter, maintain and update the Network’s online learning management system, process payments and orders for supplies, support the Network Advisory Council, and attend meetings and events to promote the Network. A high school diploma/GED and two years administrative experience are required. 

Financial Self Empowerment Coach - The Financial Self Empowerment Coach is a part-time, benefits eligible staff member who will co-facilitate Network class sessions following an established curriculum multiple times per week in the field, provide one-on-one coaching sessions to members as needed, and complete required session documentation. A high school diploma/GED and 2 to 3 years of social services experience and/or financial services experience are required. 

Program Facilitator (Per Diem) - Program Facilitators are part-time, not benefits eligible staff members who attend Network classes and assist coaches in facilitating, help recruit new members, and represent the Network at community events and programs. A high school diploma/GED and 1 to 2 years of social services experience are required. 

Network members who have completed the Building Health and Network program and those with lived experience with public assistance programs are strongly encouraged to apply to any of these roles.

Find out more about working at Drexel at All applications must be submitted through the Drexel Careers website for consideration.