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Community Program Coordinator

  4/15/2019   The Butterfly Project
 Job Description        

We are seeking a highly motivated and heart-centered team player with an “entrepreneurial” mindset to help manage our school and community programming. The Community Program Coordinator will work closely with the Executive Director and school or community partners to manage and implement local and national community events. The Community Program Coordinator is a new position and will evolve over time with the input and contributions of the new hire. The Community Program Coordinator is an exciting new position being developed at The Butterfly Project. It is a part-time position starting at 25 hours/week with, room to increase over time. This position will help establish organizational systems and has the potential for advancement within the organization. The ideal candidate will be eager to learn, hav a desire to grow responsibilities and intention for longevity.

 

 Qualifications        

Talents, Skills & Abilities - Ability to work effectively on multiple project and events with limited supervision and guidance. - Previous experience building client relationships and ongoing community partnerships. - Organized and attention to detail with project management, event management, or budget management experience. - Problem-solver with ability to effectively manage projects and relationships virtually and in-person. - Strong written and verbal communication skills. - Ability to discern information and share on as-needed basis throughout The Butterfly Project and community organizations. - Upbeat attitude and passion for excellence and high-quality performance. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree Minimum two years’ experience in volunteer management, program management, and/or project management. Technology skills, including social media, Microsoft office, Dropbox, Canva, and Wordpress - Experience growing online presence and creating social media campaigns

 

 Additional Information        

About Us The Butterfly Project is a call to action through the arts, using the lessons of the Holocaust to educate about the dangers of hatred and bigotry through the painting of ceramic butterflies, permanently displayed around the world to memorialize each of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust. We are a grassroots-gone-global initiative that takes Holocaust education out of the textbook and brings it to life in a way that inspires participants to make the world a better place. Co-founded in 2006 at the San Diego Jewish Academy, The Butterfly Project received its 501c3 appointment in 2013 and operates with a full-time Executive Director, part-time Director of Operations, Education Team, and volunteers. Our Programming The Butterfly Project has three distinct programs: - School education events - Community education events - In-person and virtual teacher training workshops (launching 2019)

 

 Contact   Fax to:   Email Inquiries to:

Christine Tomasello

  (855) 529-4724   christine@thebutterflyprojectnow.org

 

 

 
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