LA City Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)

Project Coordinator, Full-time Employee, This position is civil service exempt.

Monthly Salary: $4,692.80

The Project Coordinator will develop and carry out public education efforts to advance the Commission’s advocacy, organizing and research projects, support the development of communication and advocacy skills by academic consortium, local leaders and allies, regularly communicate with local activists and CSW partners, participate in planning, development, and communications about CSW forums and events, oversee development and maintenance of our on-line and interactive communications systems, and assist, when necessary with other activities designed to advance the organization and its mission. A fundamental component to successful execution of these efforts will be the development of partnerships with community organizations and local academic, advocacy, and political leaders and groups.
The Project Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director of the Commission and will be responsible for researching, developing, and implementing the public education and community outreach strategies for the department’s initiatives to promote women and girls in the City of Los Angeles, especially with regards=2 0to workforce readiness and barriers in the workplace.
As a significant portion of these public education efforts occur at special events and involve traveling locally throughout the community for external public education training, this position will be required to be available for work and during evening and weekend hours.

A minimum of two years of demonstrated, full-time professional experience with community outreach, research, and community education and a four-year degree or a graduate degree is required. This combination of education and experience should be in one or more of the following fields: public policy, women’s issues, workforce readiness, community organizing, outreach and public education.
The position will be most suitable for candidates with an exceptional knowledge of the public policy impact to the well-being of women and girls and have a solid understanding of the Los Angeles landscape of educational, community, advocacy, and public outreach organizations.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Cheryl Soriano, Personnel Director,
at or via fax at 213.978.1873 by Monday, December 1, 2008.

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