This is an unpaid volunteer opportunity
Have you ever wanted to use your knowledge, experience, and expertise when it comes to coordinating non-profit programs that serve a great cause? Well, this may be the perfect opportunity for you!
The Elephant in the Room, Inc. is seeking an individual to serve as a Program Coordinator.
Our programs are designed to educate, highlight, and bring awareness to the importance of Mental health. We provide this service to communities to close the gap between those who may need help and those who receive help. As a Program Coordinator, you will work in collaboration with the Executive Director to oversee and establish operational processes for the program.
• Develop and maintain program policies and procedures
• Research and identify community partners to support strategic program objectives
• Develop and ensure set procedures are in place to accurately track volunteer surveys and evaluations after programs. Ensure data collected is documented accurately.
• Prepare monthly and quarterly statistics reports
• Support strategic initiatives (Curriculum/program theme development, onsite needs, outreach initiative, etc.)
• Creates and maintains program databases.
• Update leadership on maintenance, progress reporting and distribution of project plans utilizing project-based planning tools.
Coordinates all logistics, vendors, and supplies needed for programs, including program agendas, schedules, volunteer assignments.
• Minimum 1-2 years of related professional experience, preferred.
• Demonstrated experience with program design, program implementation, delivery, monitoring and evaluation.
• In-depth knowledge of local education systems preferred.
Must be able to work effectively under deadlines, with multiple tasks, and with individuals representing all levels within the organization
• Strong oral and written communication and presentation skills
• Prior professional experience in Nonprofit Management, Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, or human services related fields of study, preferred.
• Excellent computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc).
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Excellent time management skills
Our ideal candidate is:
• An excellent communicator
• Open to suggestions and implementing new ideas
• Comfortable in the fluidity of a nonprofit environment
• Deeply passionate about Mental Health