Organization: Center on Domestic Violence, CU DenverTitle: Project Coordinator
Categories: Nonprofit Jobs
Region: Denver Metro Area
Org Type: 501(c)(3)
Nature of Work
The Project Coordinator carries out special projects and provides general administrative support to the Center on Domestic Violence. Unique in the nation, the Center responds to a nationally recognized need to educate and train individuals as leaders, advocates and managers, and to better understand the causes and consequences of, and effective response strategies to, domestic violence. The work of the Center is organized into three primary components: education, research and community.
Project Manager, Clerical, Non-profit administration, Journalism, Women’s Studies
This position will be supervised by the Director of the Center on Domestic Violence, who will provide ongoing assistance and support in helping the Administrative Assistant carry out the duties of the position.
The Project Coordinator may oversee and provide support for the activities of work study students, student assistants and volunteers.
Examples of Work Performed
· Plan and implement Center trainings, meetings and events
· Provide support to faculty and staff during trainings, events and meetings
· Provide ongoing administrative support for the Center including such duties as: securing meeting rooms for trainings, handling logistics for project travel, conducting background research, and purchasing needed supplies.
· Assist with Center evaluation and research projects including such tasks as: developing contact lists, researching best practice options, producing mailings, data entry and conducting phone interviews.
· Oversee the development and distribution of the Center’s newsletter
· Coordinate mailings and bulk mailings of Center promotional and informational material
· Maintain the Center library; classification and filing of items
· Draft written materials, such-as flyers and pamphlets
· Assist with student recruitment
· Record minutes at meetings as necessary
· Provide General office duties such as typing, bookkeeping, flow of correspondence, filing, requisition of supplies, faxing, etc.
· Maintain and update the Center databases
· Respond to incoming calls and emails to the Center
· Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
· Strong organizational skills
· Excellent written and oral communication skills.
· The ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of individuals.
· Skilled in positive customer service
· Demonstrated knowledge of using computers in word processing, spreadsheets and databases
· Strong internet research skills
· Familiarity with University or academic environments desired.
· Understanding of gender-based violence
Graduation from an accredited college or University with a bachelor’ degree (Substitution for a B.A. Degree: At least four years of work experience in: national and local resource development, organizational management, public/community relations and domestic violence that provided the same kind, amount and level of knowledge acquired in the required education.).
Two years project management experience
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line, please write: Application – Project Coordinator.
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