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Harmony Project is an award-winning research-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that targets at-risk youth in underserved areas of Los Angeles. We promote positive youth development through year-round music lessons and ensemble participation.
We are currently hiring a full-time Program Coordinator
The ideal candidate will possess:
A personal mission, vision and values that align with Harmony Project’s
A passion for social change, community empowerment and youth development
A deep knowledge of music, and preferably a degree in music performance, education or administration
Previous experience in a similar position preferred
Written and verbal communication skills
Excellent organizational skills, the ability to smoothly juggle and prioritize multiple complex tasks
A strong sense of humor and ability to gracefully handle stressful and sometimes troubling situations
Fluency in all Microsoft Office programs, prior experience using contact databases
Bilingual in Spanish and English strongly preferred but not required
A driver’s license and proof of valid automobile insurance; flexible work schedule to include some weekends, weeknights, and holidays
The Program Coordinator is responsible for:
Supporting Harmony Project’s enrollment process
Serving as receptionist/assistant for the organization
Providing administrative and programmatic support to Harmony Project’s programs
Updating the student database with current information
Ensuring that students and teachers at their site adhere to all of Harmony Project’s policies
Communication with community and site partners
Being aware of extra-musical issues in the lives of the families they serve and referring students and families as needed to partner social service providers
Excellent benefits; Salary DOE
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and two current references to: [email protected] with Program Coordinator as the subject line.
Harmony Project does not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, color, gender, religion, national origin or ethnicity in student admissions or in any program it administers.