Program Organizer, Neighborhood Parenting Program

Posted by on July 29, 2005

[emailed 7/27/2005]

The Neighborhood Parenting Program

Job Description: Program Organizer

Office Management
? Daily general office organization
? Handle daily phone calls, filing and copying
? Maintain and update mailing list
? Maintain client registration data base
? Order and maintain office and program supplies
? Attend NPP and FGM staff meetings

Program Support
? Program coordination
– Secure dates and facilitators for upcoming NPP workshops
– Assist staff in planning and implementing special events
– Organize supplies, food and set up for the day?s program events

? Coordinate bi-monthly calendar
– Write descriptions, type and create the calendar using computer software
– Organize the mailing of the calendars

? Publicity
– Press releases, fliers and newsletters
– Create and mail promotional materials (flyers, business cards, brochures, etc.)
– Attend community outreach events, health fairs, etc.

Staff Support
? Coordination of childcare staff
? With social worker, hire and train new staff
? Ongoing scheduling and coordination
? Create and maintain support materials (forms, procedures, etc.)

Parenting Collaborative
? Data collection via intake and evaluation material
? Maintain database
? Monthly reports to funder
? Basic program statistic and demographic reports

July 25, 2005

The Neighborhood Parenting Program
Job Description: Program Organizer
25-30 hours/wk, $12/hr.
Start Date: ASAP

Responsibilities: The Program Organizer is responsible for the smooth running of both the office and the programs/events at the Neighborhood Parenting Program. This includes efficiently managing the daily operations of the office and supporting staff in implementing the program schedule. The candidate must be proficient in computer skills in order to create calendars, fliers and maintain a database.

Qualifications: The candidate should be responsible and organized. Attention to detail is necessary for the smooth operation of the office and program. He or she should possess good interpersonal and communication skills, and be a self-starter who is able to juggle the demands of a busy office and program. A college degree and previous experience working in a non-profit setting is preferred. Previous experience working with children/families is a plus.

If interested, write a short letter describing why you?d like the position and what skills you?d bring to it. Also submit a resume. Email to or fax (215) 744-2012.

Wendy Weingarten, Program Director
The Neighborhood Parenting Program
4620 Griscom St.
Philadelphia, PA 19124

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