Project Coordinator

  • Location
    New York, New York
  • Job type
  • Category
    Business Operations and Management - Non-Profit

A great long term temporary opportunity in NYC.

The Project Coordinator will develop and implement a variety of processes and procedures to ensure successful and efficient program operations, including budget monitoring; hiring and onboarding; work-plan status tracking; program data monitoring; and engaging and monitoring the work of external vendors/consultants. The Project Coordinator will also provide administrative support to the team.

Responsibilities of this position include:
•Support efforts to promote and establish buy-in for the vision and planning related to building a learning culture and implementing the coach approach
•Define and document policies and procedures for program management
•Develop, implement, and manage procedures and documentation to source, contract, and track progress for vendors and consultants
• Collaborate with Silberman School of Social Work operational team to ensure the successful processing of vendor contracts and payments
•Coordinate and publish regular status updates to the work-plan
•Manage and coordinate program projects on behalf of the Program Director
•Support the development of hiring and onboarding processes
•Support the development and implementation of a plan for professional development activities for the program
•Support efforts to ensure the effective flow of communication with ACS WI team, CUNY
leadership, ACS division leadership, and other training partners, to support the successful implementation of program activities
•Provide day-to-day support to the Program Director as well as administrative support to program staff as needed
•Attend meetings as required and necessary to fulfill the needs of the department and to support the timely meeting of the deliverables

•Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in the field of Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a related field. Master’s degree preferred
•Ability to develop and manage effective tracking and monitoring systems
•Ability to travel between program locations to support program staff as needed
•Experience managing projects
• Sensitivity to and experience working with diverse cultural and linguistic populations
•Experience working in a human or social service organization
•Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

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