TSNE’s Leadership & Learning Program provides innovative, relevant and impactful learning opportunities for nonprofits, offering management and leadership programming that covers a diverse array of topics through workshops, trainings, and educational events. This work provides support for nonprofit executives, staff and boards in learning new skills, collaborating and sharing best practices. The Leadership & Learning Program also operates TSNE’s Nonprofit Capacity Building Fellowship program, a leadership development program where participants gain first-hand skills and knowledge of the work of a nonprofit capacity-building organization.
The Program Coordinator will provide logistical and reimbursement support to University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute (UWPHI) for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Culture of Health Prize site visits, Advisory Group and the Scientific Advisory Group. The Program Coordinator will also coordinate operations for TSNE’s Leadership & Learning Program, as needed. The main responsibilities of the Coordinator include:
- Providing logistical and reimbursement coordination and support for RWJF grant
- Tasks include travel management, event coordination, processing of payments and reimbursements and logistical support;
- Provide operational coordination for leadership and learning programing , as needed
- Tasks include event planning, coordination of staffing and speakers, general support for programming.
The Coordinator will interface with the Leadership and Learning team, across TSNE with other departmental staff, UWPHI and RWJF staff, and with RWJF Culture of Health Prize Advisory Group members (PAG) and with other TSNE, UWPHI and RWJF stakeholders as appropriate.
Essential Job Functions
Provide Overall Customer Service and Operations Coordination and Support
- Coordinate planning and logistics for RWJF Culture of Health Prize Advisory Group (PAG) meetings;
- Coordinate planning, travel and site logistics and payments/reimbursements for RWJF Culture of Health Prize/Partner/Alumni Site Visits, conferences, networking opportunities;
- Direct payments to RWJF Culture of Health Prize finalists and winners;
- Coordinate planning and logistics for County Health Rankings & Roadmaps Scientific Advisory Group (SAG) meeting;
- Coordinate Culture of Health Prize Celebration Planning for alumni;
- Maintain and track relevant data in Salesforce and other technology systems;
- Some travel may be required;
- Complete other duties as assigned.
Note: This is a grant-funded position beginning January 1, 2017 and ending on December 31, 2017
Salary range is $45,640-$51,120. Generous benefits package included.
- At least two years’ experience working in nonprofit program coordination;
- Excellent project management skills, along with excellent attention to detail and skill in juggling multiple responsibilities in a fast-paced, performance-driven environment ;
- Experience processing payments and reimbursements;
- Event planning experience;
- Understanding of organizational development and capacity building concepts is desired;
- Ability to take a creative and innovative approach in performing job responsibilities;
- High proficiency with technology tools and systems, able to easily learn new systems;
- Ability to work and problem solve independently while also functioning in a team-based environment;
- Ability to work in a multicultural setting with people of diverse backgrounds, traditions, customs, and personalities;
- Excellent listening, verbal and written, communications skills along with strong interpersonal skills including a sense of humor and flexible attitude;
- A commitment to the work of social and economic justice organizations is required.
We strongly encourage online applications. Please include a resume and cover letter.
We do accept applications by mail or fax. Send to:
Third Sector New England
NonProfit Center, 7th floor
Attn: HR – 89 South Street
Boston, MA 02111
Or Fax: 617.523.2070
As an EOE/AA employer, TSNE will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identification, and veteran or disability status.