Office Manager/ Project Coordinator
- The Relationship Foundation
- New York City, New York (US)
- Closing date
- Apr 8, 2023
- Focus Areas
- Job Function
- Administrative / Clerical, Program / Project Management
- Position Type
- Full Time
- Degree Level
- Some college
- Willingness to Travel
- Experience Level
A Project Coordinator/ Office Manager is needed at the Relationship Foundation! Someone living within travel distance to the East Village, NYC, is preferred.
A cover letter must accompany your resume.
We are poised to impact the was students and teachers think and speak!. It's all on our website. Read this detailed post about an educational non profit on the forefront of a revolutionary new yet old approach to the educational process
A Project Coordinator/Office Manager is needed to support administrative operations, strategizing, and development. Experience in education is a plus, but not a prerequisite.
It's $750 a week TO START. If we're a match, pay raises will follow. Pay increases will be based on performance and commitment. If this figure is an issue, you may want to consider volunteering. If you are running your own company and/or have a side job(s) it won’t work out. We are negotiating large contracts with schools and organizations, so you have to be all in.
Here is what we do and who we are:
The Relationship Foundation (TRF), a 501(c)3 non-profit, has been teaching its "Healthy Relationships 101" program in high schools in New York City for over 15 years. We instruct students, teachers, and child advocates on how to sustain healthy, thriving, meaningful, and fulfilling relationships with everyone in their lives.
The communication skill set we teach is based on Marshall Rosenberg's book, Nonviolent Communication (NVC)," and the results from his approach have been extraordinary. Equally as important is introducing the Trauma-Informed Schools approach to help schools' staff understand that so called problem students are actually kids with toxic stress in their brain chemistry due to abuse, neglect, and unstable home lives (or homeless lives). Understanding this changes how kids are treated and the positive outcomes are phenomenal. We also introduce the neuroscience of trauma and how impaired neural networks can be regenerated. The emergence of the neuroscience of behavior is entering public awareness.
We have a book, a curriculum for schools, and a guidebook for organizations. Our guidebook for facilitators is being used by women's organizations, mental health clinics, domestic violence prevention groups, prison counselors, and therapists.
Excellent typing and computer skills are required. There will be a certain amount of administrative work. This position will require familiarizing yourself with the basic principles and strategizing how to move the organization forward. A motivated self-starter with a keen sense of organization is a must.
Again, you must be available five days a week from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. We're a start up on the verge of a breakthrough! Does this project sound like it will have you waking up each day knowing you are making a difference? If so then let’s move forward.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for someone who dreams big, wants to join a nonprofit on the brink of wider recognition, and desires to make a difference in the world. Before you respond please review our website, www.trf.net, and watch the Google Talk on our home page to get a sense of the basics we introduce. Your cover letter must indicate you have a sense of the basics of our work. Some folks send out form letters. Due to time constraints, we have to pass on those.
Again, all resumes must include a cover letter so I know you've read the entire post.
Thank you for reading all the way to the end!
Michael Jascz, Executive Director
The Relationship Foundation
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