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Program Coordinator - Vermont

Title:

Program Coordinator

Date Revised:

Fall 2018

Department:

Program Delivery & Service (PDS)

Reports to:

Vermont Director

Grade:

 

FLSA Status:

Exempt

Location:

All

Approved by:

 

 

Section 1:  Position Summary:

The Program Coordinator works in a dynamic, fast-paced, and intellectually stimulating non-profit organization and is the first point of contact with the public to ensure that the programs and services provided by Center for Women & Enterprise (CWE) reflect the needs and expectations of the community.   The incumbent works with the Project Director to assist with client development, successful program development and delivery, data entry and client management and administration.  The incumbent manages the office, interacts with training providers and ensures that programs are provided with excellence and consistency focusing on the customer; additionally ensures that programs are effective and achieve relevant results. 

Section 2:  Essential Responsibilities

1

25

Execute planning and coordination of CWE programs and ensure they are carried out with an eye on consistency within CWE delivery expectations. In this capacity, the incumbent schedules ongoing programming, and assists instructors in the visual construction of high quality training materials, including PowerPoint presentations, training manuals, and other training aids/materials; processes cash receipts, scholarships and accounts receivables; manages complex registration and data-collection processes and makes suggestions to improve processes/procedures.

2

25

Manage the office and maintain meticulous client and grant expenditures records to ensure compliance with various stakeholders. In this capacity, coordinate instructor paperwork and agreements, and accurately enter client intake and counseling information, as well as instructor payment information into a database to generate Small Business Administration (SBA) reports on a regular and timely basis. Assist Project Director with reporting and proposals.

3

10

In collaboration with the Project Director, promote, plan and implement educational programs and events through careful planning and scheduling, material preparation, and professional delivery and presentation. Ensure technology is used correctly for all operations. The incumbent is responsible for setting up programs online via the website and registration system.

4

10

Market CWE programs by way of introductory presentations in person, via telephone and/or email to prospective clients and people inquiring about our programs. Assist in managing communications through various media sources. The incumbent develops weekly email blast and works with various community partners to promote programs.

5

10

Help build positive relations within CWE client base, staff, and external parties. Additionally, match clients with business consultants as needed and schedule all appointments. Provide initial resources for clients not limited to CWE programs.

6

10

Work with the Project Director on multiple projects and new initiatives simultaneously. These projects and initiatives will impact the incumbent’s own programs and those in other locations.

7

10

Collaborate with other Project Directors and Coordinators to ensure that there is consistency and quality around every CWE service delivery.

 

100%

 

 

Section 3: Budget Responsibility:

·         Dollar Amount of Budget:   NO

·         Revenues that are dependent upon the successful performance of the department:

 

Section 4: Scope of People Management:

·         Does this position manage employees?    __Yes   X No

 

Section 5: Organizational Impact:

Not performing the responsibilities of the position successfully could have operational, financial and reputational impact to the organization.  If reports are not accurate or done at all, grants for the work we do could be lost.

 

Section 6: Experience:

Type of Experience

Required Years

Preferred Years

Experience working as program coordinator and/or program support

2

3

Actively worked with social media and Internet-based research

2

 

Knowledge of program management and development procedures

2

 

 

Section 7: Qualifications/Skills:

Qualifications:

Required Years

Preferred Years

Proven ability to multi-task, organize and prioritize own work

YES

 

Tech savvy, including working proficiency at an intermediate level in Microsoft Office Suite, especially in Excel and PowerPoint

YES

 

Knowledge of program management and development procedures with proven ability to work within data management and/or CRM systems

 

YES

Understanding of complex non-profit stakeholder needs and ability to navigate multiple stakeholder interests

YES

 

Proven ability to communicate with wide range of individuals, especially through face-to-face daily interactions with clients

YES

 

Proficiency in tracking, monitoring and evaluating progress on delivered programs/trainings

YES

 

Excellent business skills including organization, time management, verbal and written communication

YES

 

Proven ability to simultaneously manage multiple projects

YES

 

Proven ability to pay attention to detail and deliver high-quality products and services

YES

 

Valid driver’s license and ability to travel within CWE office locations

YES

 

Ability to work outside normal business hours

YES

 

 

Section 8:  Education:

 

Required

Preferred

Bachelor’s degree

YES

 

 

Section 9:  Competencies:

Competency

Definition

Attention to Detail

· Review data/documents for accuracy and consistency

· Take action to prevent mistakes

· Follow procedures closely

· Keep records accurate and current

Integrity

· Be tactfully and helpfully honest

· Maintain confidences

· Show consistency between words and actions

· Demonstrate respect for others, even in difficult situations

Gets Results

· Do everything possible to meet goals and deadlines

· Demonstrate high personal work standards

· Persist in the face of repeated challenges

· Demonstrate a sense of urgency about results

Interpersonal Relationships

· Recognize the impact of one's behavior on others

· Adjust own interpersonal approach to fit the interpersonal style/needs of others

· Deal effectively with people in order to get work accomplished

Continuous Quality & Performance Improvement

· Identify and apply "best practices' in own work

· Establish personal standards of quality for own work

Decisiveness & Judgment

· Demonstrate good judgment in routine, day-to-day decisions

· Use good judgment in deciding whether to make a decision or escalate it

Flexibility & Achieving Change

· Positively deal with changes that affect job requirements

· Work to clarify situations where information, instructions, or objectives are ambiguous

Organizational

Savvy

· Act in accordance with organizational culture

· Know when to bring an issue, problem, or decision to someone higher up in the organization

 

Section 10: Physical requirements:

General

Office environment working with computers, phones and other office equipment

Lifting

Up to 20 pound on an occasional basis

Stretching

Some moderate stretching

Repetitive movements

Typing, spreadsheets


The Center for Women & Enterprise is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should apply with cover letter and resume: info.vermont@cweonline.org attn.: Gwen Pokalo

 

Program Coordinator - Eastern MA

Title:

Program Coordinator

Date Revised:

Fall 2018

Department:

Program Delivery & Service (PDS)

Reports to:

Eastern MA Director

Grade:

 

FLSA Status:

Exempt

Location:

All

Approved by:

 

 

Section 1:  Position Summary:

The Program Coordinator works in a dynamic, fast-paced, and intellectually stimulating non-profit organization and is the first point of contact with the public to ensure that the programs and services provided by Center for Women & Enterprise (CWE) reflect the needs and expectations of the community.   The incumbent works with the Project Director to assist with client development, successful program development and delivery, data entry and client management and administration.  The incumbent manages the office, interacts with training providers and ensures that programs are provided with excellence and consistency focusing on the customer; additionally ensures that programs are effective and achieve relevant results. 

Section 2:  Essential Responsibilities

1

25

Execute planning and coordination of CWE programs and ensure they are carried out with an eye on consistency within CWE delivery expectations. In this capacity, the incumbent schedules ongoing programming, and assists instructors in the visual construction of high quality training materials, including PowerPoint presentations, training manuals, and other training aids/materials; processes cash receipts, scholarships and accounts receivables; manages complex registration and data-collection processes and makes suggestions to improve processes/procedures.

2

25

Manage the office and maintain meticulous client and grant expenditures records to ensure compliance with various stakeholders. In this capacity, coordinate instructor paperwork and agreements, and accurately enter client intake and counseling information, as well as instructor payment information into a database to generate Small Business Administration (SBA) reports on a regular and timely basis. Assist Project Director with reporting and proposals.

3

10

In collaboration with the Project Director, promote, plan and implement educational programs and events through careful planning and scheduling, material preparation, and professional delivery and presentation. Ensure technology is used correctly for all operations. The incumbent is responsible for setting up programs online via the website and registration system.

4

10

Market CWE programs by way of introductory presentations in person, via telephone and/or email to prospective clients and people inquiring about our programs. Assist in managing communications through various media sources. The incumbent develops weekly email blast and works with various community partners to promote programs.

5

10

Help build positive relations within CWE client base, staff, and external parties. Additionally, match clients with business consultants as needed and schedule all appointments. Provide initial resources for clients not limited to CWE programs.

6

10

Work with the Project Director on multiple projects and new initiatives simultaneously. These projects and initiatives will impact the incumbent’s own programs and those in other locations.

7

10

Collaborate with other Project Directors and Coordinators to ensure that there is consistency and quality around every CWE service delivery.

 

100%

 

 

Section 3: Budget Responsibility:

·         Dollar Amount of Budget:   NO

·         Revenues that are dependent upon the successful performance of the department:

 

Section 4: Scope of People Management:

·         Does this position manage employees?    __Yes   X No

 

Section 5: Organizational Impact:

Not performing the responsibilities of the position successfully could have operational, financial and reputational impact to the organization.  If reports are not accurate or done at all, grants for the work we do could be lost.

 

Section 6: Experience:

Type of Experience

Required Years

Preferred Years

Experience working as program coordinator and/or program support

2

3

Actively worked with social media and Internet-based research

2

 

Knowledge of program management and development procedures

2

 

 

Section 7: Qualifications/Skills:

Qualifications:

Required Years

Preferred Years

Proven ability to multi-task, organize and prioritize own work

YES

 

Tech savvy, including working proficiency at an intermediate level in Microsoft Office Suite, especially in Excel and PowerPoint

YES

 

Knowledge of program management and development procedures with proven ability to work within data management and/or CRM systems

 

YES

Understanding of complex non-profit stakeholder needs and ability to navigate multiple stakeholder interests

YES

 

Proven ability to communicate with wide range of individuals, especially through face-to-face daily interactions with clients

YES

 

Proficiency in tracking, monitoring and evaluating progress on delivered programs/trainings

YES

 

Excellent business skills including organization, time management, verbal and written communication

YES

 

Proven ability to simultaneously manage multiple projects

YES

 

Proven ability to pay attention to detail and deliver high-quality products and services

YES

 

Valid driver’s license and ability to travel within CWE office locations

YES

 

Ability to work outside normal business hours

YES

 

 

Section 8:  Education:

 

Required

Preferred

Bachelor’s degree

YES

 

 

Section 9:  Competencies:

Competency

Definition

Attention to Detail

· Review data/documents for accuracy and consistency

· Take action to prevent mistakes

· Follow procedures closely

· Keep records accurate and current

Integrity

· Be tactfully and helpfully honest

· Maintain confidences

· Show consistency between words and actions

· Demonstrate respect for others, even in difficult situations

Gets Results

· Do everything possible to meet goals and deadlines

· Demonstrate high personal work standards

· Persist in the face of repeated challenges

· Demonstrate a sense of urgency about results

Interpersonal Relationships

· Recognize the impact of one's behavior on others

· Adjust own interpersonal approach to fit the interpersonal style/needs of others

· Deal effectively with people in order to get work accomplished

Continuous Quality & Performance Improvement

· Identify and apply "best practices' in own work

· Establish personal standards of quality for own work

Decisiveness & Judgment

· Demonstrate good judgment in routine, day-to-day decisions

· Use good judgment in deciding whether to make a decision or escalate it

Flexibility & Achieving Change

· Positively deal with changes that affect job requirements

· Work to clarify situations where information, instructions, or objectives are ambiguous

Organizational

Savvy

· Act in accordance with organizational culture

· Know when to bring an issue, problem, or decision to someone higher up in the organization

 

Section 10: Physical requirements:

General

Office environment working with computers, phones and other office equipment

Lifting

Up to 20 pound on an occasional basis

Stretching

Some moderate stretching

Repetitive movements

Typing, spreadsheets


The Center for Women & Enterprise is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should apply with cover letter and resume:  daria.kreher@gmail.com;  subject line: Program Coordinator Eastern MA