The NWA Hispanic Leadership Council is seeking for a Program Coordinator to enhance and expand the Latinx on the Rise Mentorship program and to build capacity and support operations. The Program Director will also develop and implement the Internship program. Activities include preparing manuals, guides and other documentation; organizing activities; coordinating events; creating and maintaining promotional materials, websites, and social media posts; and creating and maintaining reports. This is a contract position. Specific duties listed in the position application linked below. Job Requirements: Minimum three-years of experience as a Program Coordinator, Project Manager or similar role. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing. Experience writing and documenting processes. Ability to manage media postings and communications. Proficient with Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Contractor shall have own access to computer, phone and any o
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