Project Coordinator / Mayor’s Office / We Are New York Program

Fri, Apr 21st, 2017

NYC Mayor's Office

The Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) promotes the well-being of immigrant communities by recommending policies and programs that facilitate successful integration of immigrant New Yorkers into the civic, economic, and cultural life of the City. MOIA is one of the lead agencies for IDNYC, New York City’s successful municipal ID program, and is spearheading a number of initiatives to expand access to justice for immigrant communities.

The work of the Office cuts across a broad range of issues citywide—for example, workers’ rights, health equity, and language access—and MOIA works closely with sister cities around the country to promote immigration reform. The We Are New York (WANY) program helps immigrant New Yorkers learn English while learning about City Services through volunteer-led community classes using the Emmy Award-winning television show “We Are New York.”

Classes are held at diverse locations such as public schools, community libraries, and community and faith based organizations. The program is centered on the principle that New Yorkers can work together across ethnic lines to access City resources and solve common problems. In doing so, the program fosters and empowers communities and enhances the public capacity for civic engagement.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The project coordinator will join a robust team in a fast-paced work environment. MOIA is seeking a self-motivated individual whose primary responsibility will be to coordinate the creation of new WANY materials and programming, and serve as the liaison between the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs and external partners assisting in the creation of new program content.

The project coordinator will ensure that the program deliverables are being met, while also increasing the number of partner sites WANY works with to deliver English classes.

This position reports to the Program Director for We Are New York.

Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  Assist in preparing project proposals, timeframes, schedule and budget  Monitor and track project’s progress and handle any issues that arise  Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation, plans and reports  Organize stakeholder meetings and communicate project status adequately to all participants  Liaise with external partners  Build new partnerships for additional WANY classes  Conduct outreach to recruit new volunteers  Perform additional project tasks for the We Are New York program, as needed QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree in a related field with at least two years of work experience  Previous experience administering large projects on tight deadlines  Excellent project management skills  Excellent analytical skills  Strong communication, organizational and interpersonal skills  Experience effectively handling multiple priorities in a fast-paced work environment  Experience working in public affairs, non-profits, or the government and/or experience with immigration-related issues are assets  Ability to travel in all five boroughs

COMPENSATION: $27.57 – $32.84 (Hourly) with excellent benefits.

This is a temporary position until June 2017, with possibility of extension. TO APPLY: Go to The City Of New York and The Office Of The Mayor Are Equal Opportunity Employers New York City Residency Is Required Within 90 Days Of Appointment