COMMUNITY COALITION MISSION STATEMENT: To help transform the social and economic conditions in South Los Angeles that foster addiction, crime, violence and poverty by building a permanent community institution that involves residents in creating, influencing and changing public policy.
SUMMARY STATEMENT: Community Coalition is a dynamic, progressive organization that values teamwork and mutual support. Employees have the privilege of working with management and staff members who are passionate, energetic and committed to social change. Leadership development is a core value of the organization and employees are encouraged to seek and participate in trainings and other learning opportunities to broaden their skills and knowledge base.
EXECUTIVE COORDINATOR POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Provide comprehensive and administrative support to Community Coalition’s Executive Management Team (President and CEO, Executive Vice President, Vice President of Organizational Development) to maximize their productivity. The Executive Coordinator will also support the executives on strategic priorities and time management plans in order to advance the agenda of Community Coalition as it moves into its next growth phase. The day-to-day responsibilities of the Executive Coordinator may include, but are not limited to, managing schedules and meetings, answering phones, responding to email, taking meeting minutes, and identifying and prioritizing items for attention. Additionally, the Executive Coordinator is responsible for building and maintaining good working relationships with other staff members, Board members, funders and partners.
The role of Executive Coordinator is a critical in helping the executive team achieve higher levels of productivity, well being, and leadership for the organization. While administrative tasks are important to the role, and the execution of key duties is an integral part of the job, the Executive Coordinator is meant to protect the time and integrity of the Executive Team.
An effective candidate for this position will both understand the importance of the organization’s social justice work and the true need of the management team. This will take some time to build relationships, but it is also required that the team sees this person as a leader within the organization. Invaluable levels of trust and communication will be needed to not only be proactive, but to be protective.
Employer funded benefits to include: Medical, Dental, 401k, and FSA.