Holocaust & Humanity Center - Full Time
DescriptionThe Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center (HHC) seeks a Program Coordinator
HHC seeks a highly motivated, organized, and flexible individual with an interest in Holocaust and humanity education to serve as the Program coordinator in a fast-paced Holocaust education organization. This professional will be responsible for supporting the coordination of a variety of current and new programs.
This position reports to the director of education and engagement.
The duties of this position include, but are not limited to:
- Organize programs and activities in accordance with the mission and goals of the organization.
- Oversee planning of current and new programming including public programs as well as youth and family programming to support strategic direction of organization.
- Oversee Youth Leadership Program.
- Manage Girl Scouts and other youth organization programs.
- Manage partnership with the Cincinnati Playhouse.
- Create agendas and facilitate weekly program meetings, taking notes and following up with notes.
- Maintain internal programmatic calendar.
- Create and manage short term & long-term goals for programs.
- Develop timelines, manage logistics and create operating plan for programs.
- Produce accurate and timely reporting of program status throughout its life cycle.
- Keep track of stats for in person & digital programming.
- Identify resources for programs/manage team of interns, volunteers and/or staff to execute programs.
- Work with programming team to identify potential partners for programming to maximize resources and gain new audiences.
- Work with CMC and other partner organizations on programs.
- Update and maintain the website.
- Attend membership meetings for various organizations.
- Work with Education team to create programs, resources, and materials for professional development training for educators and interpreters.
- Oversee character strength programs and initiatives, maintain, and build relationships with Mayerson Academy.
- Facilitate sessions related to character strengths, youth-based initiatives, and family activities.
- Support staff on programs, initiatives, and projects.
- Conduct research on behalf of the staff.
- Assist in the creation of presentation materials.
- Lead educational tours of the museum as necessary.
- A big picture perspective that allows him or her to identify and manage multiple projects simultaneously while also managing the day-to-day issues that arise.
- A friendly, organized multi-tasker who is self-motivated and adaptable.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office and willingness to learn new software.
- Passion for Holocaust and humanity education.
- Reliable transportation.