Temporary Program Coordinator

Job Type

Full Time
Temporary

Salary

Maximum: $2
Details: Salary commensurate with experience

Published

10/04/2018

Start Date

10/22/2018

Application Deadline

10/19/2018

Address

2980 Broadway
New York
New York
10027
United States

Description

The Temporary Program Coordinator position is a three-month full-time position (may be extended). The Coordinator oversees Community Impact’s youth programs, other service programs and initiatives, and agency-wide events. Areas of coordination would include training, advisement, evaluation, and student leadership, along with assistance for marketing, resource development and budget preparation..


Basic Duties and Functions

  • Assist with design and implementation of trainings, based on the goals of each program area


  • Advise Columbia University Student Coordinators, helping them develop program activities, devise strategies for volunteer recruitment and retention, and assist with troubleshooting


  • Maintain and develop community partnerships for program sites and referrals


  • Handle program inquiries from community organizations, potential volunteers, and participants

 

  • Guide groups in collecting output and outcome data, especially in the areas of attendance and academic improvement


  • Develop student leadership through workshops, town halls, and retreats


  • Help coordinate agency-wide events such as the Activities Day, Open House, and the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner


  • Assist with marketing, resource development and budget preparation.


  • Other duties as assigned 


Qualifications

BA with a minimum of three years’ experience in a related field. Master’s degree a plus.


Additional Position-Specific Qualifications:

Experience providing oversight for training, evaluation, and service programs. Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks and work under pressure of deadline required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Experience working with children and families in non-profit organizations and schools is a plus.The Temporary Program Coordinator oversees Community Impact’s youth programs, other service programs and initiatives, and agency-wide events. Areas of coordination would include training, advisement, evaluation, and student leadership, along with assistance for marketing, resource development and budget preparation.


Basic Duties and Functions

  • Assist with design and implementation of trainings, based on the goals of each program area


  • Advise Columbia University Student Coordinators, helping them develop program activities, devise strategies for volunteer recruitment and retention, and assist with troubleshooting


  • Maintain and develop community partnerships for program sites and referrals


  • Handle program inquiries from community organizations, potential volunteers, and participants

 

  • Guide groups in collecting output and outcome data, especially in the areas of attendance and academic improvement


  • Develop student leadership through workshops, town halls, and retreats


  • Help coordinate agency-wide events such as the Activities Day, Open House, and the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner


  • Assist with marketing, resource development and budget preparation.


  • Other duties as assigned 


Qualifications

BA with a minimum of three years’ experience in a related field. Master’s degree a plus.


Additional Position-Specific Qualifications:

Experience providing oversight for training, evaluation, and service programs. Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks and work under pressure of deadline required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Experience working with children and families in non-profit organizations and schools is a plus.

 

 

Benefits

Not Applicable

Professional Level

Professional

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

sk19@columbia.edu

Submit a resume and cover letter to Sonia Reese, Executive Director at sk19@columbia.edu.


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