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The Alice Paul Institute (API) is a non-profit organization based in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. API was founded in 1984 as the Alice Paul Centennial Foundation to commemorate the centennial of Paul’s 1885 birth. It was an all-volunteer effort until 2000. Today, eight paid staff, dozens of volunteers, and a board of directors work together to make the organization’s leadership development, civic engagement, and historic preservation work a success.
API furthers the legacy of Alice Paul and her life’s work for gender equality, and also takes a leadership role in bringing recognition to women and the organizations and historic sites that honor them. Headquartered within a National Historic Landmark, the organization is a model of adaptive reuse of a historic site that now hosts a vibrant menu of leadership development and civic engagement programs. These offerings use the rich history and potential of women+ leaders to inspire young people to make a difference in their communities.
Status: Full Time, Exempt
Reports To: Program Director
Salary Range: $38,000-$41,999
Deadline: Send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com by November 7, 2021.
Position Description: The Program Coordinator assists the Program Director with all aspects of planning and implementing API’s youth and community programs. The Program Coordinator reports directly to the Program Director. This is a full-time, exempt position with benefits including vacation, sick leave, and health and retirement plan access.
Major Areas of Responsibility:
• Assist in planning and implementation of all youth and community programs, with primary responsibility for youth programming with external partners such as schools and Girls Scouts
• Deliver API programs, primarily youth-focused but also to community audiences as required
• Assist with public visitation, leading tours when Museum Assistant is unavailable
• Represent API with local, regional, and national stakeholders and collaborators
• Works with assistants, coordinators, and volunteers to assure successful program delivery
• Support Girls Leadership Council planning and implementation, with primary responsibility for record-keeping and day-to-day correspondence
• Maintain accurate records of attendance for all programs, collecting demographic, quantitative, and qualitative information on API programs
• Contribute content for website, social media, e-newsletter, and other API communications
• Support API events and program logistics as needed
• All other duties as assigned
Note: Research suggests that women and Indigenous, Black, Asian, Pacific Islanders, other persons of color, and individuals with differing abilities are less likely than men and white job-seekers to apply for positions unless they are confident they meet 100% of the listed qualifications. We strongly encourage all interested individuals to apply, and allow us to evaluate the knowledge, skills, and abilities that you demonstrate using an intentional equity lens.