Career Opportunities

CURRENT OPENINGS

Field Programs Coordinator

The Field Programs Coordinator is responsible for assisting with the development and delivery of high-quality cost-efficient programs, events, and activities for one or more USO Centers.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (*Essential Duties)

  • Under the direction of Area and/or Center leadership, assist with planning, execution and evaluation of USO programs and events, including but not limited to Center operation and Mobile Unit activities, fundraising events and outreach programs located on and off US military installations.*
  • Assist with creation and delivery of promotional materials including but not limited to flyers, brochures, posters and presentations for print, electronic, and/or web-based distribution.*
  • Assist with public relations and development activities including but not limited to maintaining and updating local multimedia channels (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.), communicating with local media representatives and solicitation of sponsorships and/or donations.*
  • Recruit, train and support volunteers to assist with USO programs and events. Monitor data entry and tracking of volunteer hours.*
  • Produce and maintain reports, files and databases, including but not limited to transportation records, financial reports, invoice tracking, invite lists, attendee/VIP lists, meetings correspondence and inventory and mailing detail sheets.*
  • Other duties as assigned.

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Center Manager, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

The Center Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operation and activities of one or more USO Centers.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (*Essential Duties)

  • Manage day-to-day center operational procedures, ensuring a cost-effective, safe, welcoming, clean and well-maintained environment.*
  • In coordination with local Advisory Council as applicable, provide active leadership in program design and direction as well as procurement and growth of financial and other in-kind resources necessary for center operations and programs/activities.*
  • Actively manage full-cycle human capital activities including recruitment, supervision, training & development and recognition for staff and/or volunteer workforce. Ensure delivery of excellent customer service.*
  • Develop, improve and maintain working relationships with US Military and local business community leadership. Conduct periodic reviews of service member and family needs and recommend/implement program/service changes as appropriate.*
  • Oversee planning, delivery and quality of programs, services, equipment and events within budgeted limits. Identify and implement improvements that achieve USO Standards of Excellence.*
  • As directed by regional leadership, perform and monitor financial activities, including but not limited to creation and execution of operating budget, sales and/or other income, banking transactions.
  • Prepare, review and present reports, including but not limited to financial, operational and statistical reports. Create and/or maintain records required for local procedures and activities.
  • Lead, manage and mentor Duty Manager and/or Programs Coordinator staff and volunteers. Perform assigned duties in the absence of Area Director.*
  • Other duties as assigned.

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The USO of Central and Southern Ohio is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.