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    Vice President of Finance and Operations
    About Charter Impact Fund (CIF) Charter Impact Fund (CIF) is a new nonprofit social impact fund that’s on a nationwide mission to help high-performing charter schools spend more of their funding on students and less on the costs of borrowing money for their buildings. We offer school leaders simple and much-needed access to low-cost, long-term loans, combined with support from an expert team that has walked in their shoes.     With significant long-term funding and an innovative strategy, CIF is about giving more of America’s students access to the outstanding education they deserve. We partner with the charter schools making the biggest difference for kids, providing them with funding and assistance to make an even bigger difference.     The Opportunity As a founding member of a growing social impact organization, the Vice-President will be responsible for the oversight of the organization’s finance, accounting, compliance, reporting, and the human resource functions.  S/he will be responsible for enhancing and developing CIF’s financial and operational systems to address current and future needs of the organization, monitoring business plan results, and assuring financial and reporting compliance to public, philanthropic and private partners.  Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President will ultimately supervise a growing staff and work closely with members of the investment team including the Vice President of Credit and Lending.     Who You Are Innovative Financial Leader. With more than 15+ years as an executive leading high performing, financial and operational teams, either in the non-profit, schools, or business fields, you are an innovator, analytical thinker and strategic thought partner with a proven track record of success.  You have demonstrated success in managing the oversight of the long-term budgetary and cost management planning cycles of a growing organization. You have skillfully guided innovative operating financial strategies and operational functions to include financial reporting, putting into place prudent fiscal controls, and cash management.   Risk Management Strategist. As a seasoned proactive decision maker who understands bank operations, you can assess risk efficiently and develop strategies to support the organization’s lending and credit activities and mitigate related risks. With the Chief Credit Officer (Credit) and the Investment Principal (Lending), you will create and maintain dashboard metrics to communicate financial, loan capital, and loan portfolio status and production. As the team lead, you have experience managing the treasury function including planning and operations, financial risk management, corporate governance, and stakeholder relations. You have ample experience around non-profit accounting, fund accounting, and/or hedge accounting. You are able to balance the big picture with the critical administrative responsibilities required to ensure that organization meet all statutory requirements.   Systems Developer & Operator.  Having worked at start-up organizations or supported growing organizations, you understand what any organization needs to thrive and evolve.  This experience allows you to understand how all of the pieces of the organization fit together and which systems will support the ongoing operations of the team.  As a data consumer, you have developed, implemented and tested success metrics for financially focused organizations and understand how to facilitate cross functional communication to eliminate the “silo-effect”.  You have time-tested strategies in your toolkit to support effective decision making processes and have developed proven internal management systems the drive consistent results.   Developer of People. With experience building strong organizations and teams, you have developed organizational effectiveness through talent management and development, change management, performance management and succession planning.  You understand how to identify great talent, whether that be consultants or full-time staff, and how to create developmental opportunities that allow for the identification of career pathways, reducing organizational churn.   Cultural Ambassador & Facilitator. You understand how to develop a strong company culture through great leadership and have experience in developing and collaborating with team members across the organization to do the same.  You demonstrate this belief in the ways you interact with staff and stakeholders, harness and focus team energy, and in how you communicate with integrity in your day-to-day work. Your passion and personal commitment to providing students’ education equity through innovative school financing is contagious and drives company culture.   Effective Communicator. As a seasoned spokesperson, you are able to articulate the organizational and financial benefits, success and impact to the larger education and financial community, as well as charter school boards, potential funders and CIF board members.   Mission Focused & Driven.   Experienced in leading relevant functions in organizations that look to innovate around some of society's greatest needs, you have a passion for making things better for the next generation and work tirelessly to ensure progress is made each day toward achieving that goal.  Your enthusiasm is relentless and helps sustain and drive others in the organization. Your laser-light focus on our mission and impact helps to transform and grow how we do our work.   Organizational Impact & Outcomes for Success As an emerging entity designed for significant social impact and scale, CIF seeks a VP that has the experience and ability to build the financial and operational foundation necessary to support a rapidly growing organization.     The VP will do this by: Providing the management and supervision necessary to build an effective internal team with strong organizational alignment and mission focus; Crafting ambitious organizational goals including, communications strategy, financial planning and budgeting, recurring operational processes and organizational efficiency, and assessing and ensuring successful attainment of those goals; Developing efficient and effective systems to ensure a successful startup that leads to long-term organizational and financial viability for the organization. Key responsibilities include detailed budgeting, planning and cash forecasting activities, production of timely and accurate monthly financial statements, and effective administration of benefits and payroll; Strategically managing the finances of a company with increasingly complex capital resources, including analyzing and planning for risks presented by increased lending and borrowing activity and any related regulatory compliance; Ensuring key relationships and effective services from insurance providers, audit, tax, and accounting firms, legal advisors and bankers, etc.   Serving as a key advisor to the CEO and supporting the implementation of a strategic plan for raising capital and managing a successful reporting function that complies with all funder, investor, and state and federal requirements; Developing internal management systems, data infrastructures, and performance monitoring processes to related to internal operations as well as lending and compliance reporting.  This includes managing the data, tools, and calculations that feed the Fund’s investor statements, capital account statements as well as the associated compliance with third-party standards for investor performance reporting. Providing leadership, guidance, and support to direct reports, team members, and others that drives success and reinforces our core values.   Compensation and benefits Compensation is competitive, commensurate with experience. We are proud to offer extraordinary benefits, including unlimited PTO, as well as medical coverage and a 401(k) match.   Location This role will be based in New York City.   How to Learn More This targeted search is being led by the executive search team at Advance Talent Solutions (ATS).  Interested parties should share a copy of their latest resume using the online application link HERE.
    Vice President of Finance and Operations
    About Charter Impact Fund (CIF) Charter Impact Fund (CIF) is a new nonprofit social impact fund that’s on a nationwide mission to help high-performing charter schools spend more of their funding on students and less on the costs of borrowing money for their buildings. We offer school leaders simple and much-needed access to low-cost, long-term loans, combined with support from an expert team that has walked in their shoes.     With significant long-term funding and an innovative strategy, CIF is about giving more of America’s students access to the outstanding education they deserve. We partner with the charter schools making the biggest difference for kids, providing them with funding and assistance to make an even bigger difference.     The Opportunity As a founding member of a growing social impact organization, the Vice-President will be responsible for the oversight of the organization’s finance, accounting, compliance, reporting, and the human resource functions.  S/he will be responsible for enhancing and developing CIF’s financial and operational systems to address current and future needs of the organization, monitoring business plan results, and assuring financial and reporting compliance to public, philanthropic and private partners.  Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President will ultimately supervise a growing staff and work closely with members of the investment team including the Vice President of Credit and Lending.     Who You Are Innovative Financial Leader. With more than 15+ years as an executive leading high performing, financial and operational teams, either in the non-profit, schools, or business fields, you are an innovator, analytical thinker and strategic thought partner with a proven track record of success.  You have demonstrated success in managing the oversight of the long-term budgetary and cost management planning cycles of a growing organization. You have skillfully guided innovative operating financial strategies and operational functions to include financial reporting, putting into place prudent fiscal controls, and cash management.   Risk Management Strategist. As a seasoned proactive decision maker who understands bank operations, you can assess risk efficiently and develop strategies to support the organization’s lending and credit activities and mitigate related risks. With the Chief Credit Officer (Credit) and the Investment Principal (Lending), you will create and maintain dashboard metrics to communicate financial, loan capital, and loan portfolio status and production. As the team lead, you have experience managing the treasury function including planning and operations, financial risk management, corporate governance, and stakeholder relations. You have ample experience around non-profit accounting, fund accounting, and/or hedge accounting. You are able to balance the big picture with the critical administrative responsibilities required to ensure that organization meet all statutory requirements.   Systems Developer & Operator.  Having worked at start-up organizations or supported growing organizations, you understand what any organization needs to thrive and evolve.  This experience allows you to understand how all of the pieces of the organization fit together and which systems will support the ongoing operations of the team.  As a data consumer, you have developed, implemented and tested success metrics for financially focused organizations and understand how to facilitate cross functional communication to eliminate the “silo-effect”.  You have time-tested strategies in your toolkit to support effective decision making processes and have developed proven internal management systems the drive consistent results.   Developer of People. With experience building strong organizations and teams, you have developed organizational effectiveness through talent management and development, change management, performance management and succession planning.  You understand how to identify great talent, whether that be consultants or full-time staff, and how to create developmental opportunities that allow for the identification of career pathways, reducing organizational churn.   Cultural Ambassador & Facilitator. You understand how to develop a strong company culture through great leadership and have experience in developing and collaborating with team members across the organization to do the same.  You demonstrate this belief in the ways you interact with staff and stakeholders, harness and focus team energy, and in how you communicate with integrity in your day-to-day work. Your passion and personal commitment to providing students’ education equity through innovative school financing is contagious and drives company culture.   Effective Communicator. As a seasoned spokesperson, you are able to articulate the organizational and financial benefits, success and impact to the larger education and financial community, as well as charter school boards, potential funders and CIF board members.   Mission Focused & Driven.   Experienced in leading relevant functions in organizations that look to innovate around some of society's greatest needs, you have a passion for making things better for the next generation and work tirelessly to ensure progress is made each day toward achieving that goal.  Your enthusiasm is relentless and helps sustain and drive others in the organization. Your laser-light focus on our mission and impact helps to transform and grow how we do our work.   Organizational Impact & Outcomes for Success As an emerging entity designed for significant social impact and scale, CIF seeks a VP that has the experience and ability to build the financial and operational foundation necessary to support a rapidly growing organization.     The VP will do this by: Providing the management and supervision necessary to build an effective internal team with strong organizational alignment and mission focus; Crafting ambitious organizational goals including, communications strategy, financial planning and budgeting, recurring operational processes and organizational efficiency, and assessing and ensuring successful attainment of those goals; Developing efficient and effective systems to ensure a successful startup that leads to long-term organizational and financial viability for the organization. Key responsibilities include detailed budgeting, planning and cash forecasting activities, production of timely and accurate monthly financial statements, and effective administration of benefits and payroll; Strategically managing the finances of a company with increasingly complex capital resources, including analyzing and planning for risks presented by increased lending and borrowing activity and any related regulatory compliance; Ensuring key relationships and effective services from insurance providers, audit, tax, and accounting firms, legal advisors and bankers, etc.   Serving as a key advisor to the CEO and supporting the implementation of a strategic plan for raising capital and managing a successful reporting function that complies with all funder, investor, and state and federal requirements; Developing internal management systems, data infrastructures, and performance monitoring processes to related to internal operations as well as lending and compliance reporting.  This includes managing the data, tools, and calculations that feed the Fund’s investor statements, capital account statements as well as the associated compliance with third-party standards for investor performance reporting. Providing leadership, guidance, and support to direct reports, team members, and others that drives success and reinforces our core values.   Compensation and benefits Compensation is competitive, commensurate with experience. We are proud to offer extraordinary benefits, including unlimited PTO, as well as medical coverage and a 401(k) match.   Location This role will be based in New York City.   How to Learn More This targeted search is being led by the executive search team at Advance Talent Solutions (ATS).  Interested parties should share a copy of their latest resume using the online application link HERE.
    Vice President, Diversity Equity and Inclusion
    Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion NEW YORK, NY OPERATIONS – HUMAN RESOURCES FULL TIME   Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is the nation’s leading women’s health care provider, educator, and advocate, serving women, men, teens and families. For over 100 years, PPFA has done more than any other organization in the United States to improve women’s health and safety, prevent unintended pregnancies, and advance the right and ability of individuals and families to make informed and responsible health care decisions.   Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) seeks a dynamic and effective Vice President, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEl) to design, develop, and deliver a comprehensive diversity, equity, and inclusion program with a primary focus on the national office. The DEl platform created should lay the foundation for a program that can be scaled across the entire Federation. This senior leader will be the primary catalyst and change agent for a wide range of both internal and external-facing DEl work. This person will report to the Chief HR Officer and manage a Associate Director level direct report. This role requires all three capabilities: strategic, operational, and tactical with the ability to recognize which capability is needed and when. This leader needs to be able to work independently and yet balance between pushing innovation and meeting the key stakeholders where they are in the DEl journey. He/she/they will be required to build inspiring and effective diversity, equity, and inclusive programs and strategies that reflect the Planned Parenthood mission, culture, and colleagues. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES   Provide highly collaborative leadership and imagination. Work closely with the Senior Leadership Team and other internal bodies (e.g. the Diversity and Inclusion Council, Race Equity Initiative, SOLIDARITY people of color convening, Employee Resource Groups, etc.) to implement initiatives designed to build equity, and attract, develop, and retain diverse talent who want to positively impact women's reproductive healthcare. The new leader will be responsible for quickly understanding the complexity and breadth of Planned Parenthood's external and internal environment and then design and oversee the delivery of smart, culture specific DEl programs. This person will help build strong cultural competence in leaders and enhance PPFA's ability to respond to emerging issues, ideas, and challenges. Develop and coordinate all DEl efforts across the national organization. One of the most important goals for this leader is to bring all diversity, equity, and inclusion work into a comprehensive framework under one area by helping the leaders of existing work understand and buy into an overarching DEl change strategy. This includes but is not limited to education programs, business interventions, community outreach through the Employee Resource Groups, special programs, and workforce and workplace initiatives. A second goal will be to work with other subject matter experts on a DEl leadership and staff curriculum. Ensure that all senior leadership, mid-level managers, and staff are educated about and understand their responsibilities with respect to discrimination, cultural competence, historic and systemic racism, bias and harassment. Serve as a key liaison between Senior Leadership and selected internal bodies working on diversity, equity and inclusion. Design blueprints to help internal DEl bodies, ensuring they are maximizing their time together and delivering programmatic and mission-advancing recommendations work (E.g. Work with the Employee Resource Groups to provide input and influence on cultural awareness efforts and promote the professional development of its members). Monitor, measure and report progress on organization initiatives related to diversity, equity and inclusion. Develop success measures and a way to track PPFA's progress. Participate in initiating and supporting data-driven plans to identify where improvement is needed in talent recruitment, development and retention and ensuring the sustainability of PPFAs progress in diversity-related areas. Provide metrics that embed D&l throughout the organization, including full talent management, donor diversification, budgeting, and programmatic work. Maintain awareness of global issues and trends in diversity and inclusion, and use emerging information to educate workforce. Coach and mentor hiring managers, human resources, and senior leadership and mid-level managers on diversity issues and trends. Understand the emerging demographics with the talent base that follows Millennials (e.g. Gen Z). Design workplace strategies to attract, develop, and retain a dynamic and multi-generational workforce. REQUIREMENTS / TECHNICAL EXPERTISE Advanced degree in HR Management desired but will accept Bachelor's degree with multi-year experience. 10+ years of Human Resource experience; at least 5 years of experience in diversity management (developing and implementing broad-based strategies which required the endorsement of an executive leadership team). Embraces quantitative and qualitative data as integral to developing strategy. Well-developed interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills and advanced facilitation experience. Must be able to effectively communicate information to all levels of the organization. Proven ability to build relationships and deepen connections with internal and external communities across all races, genders, sexual orientations, and generations. Demonstrated skills in organizational change management processes; has experience with success and failure. Strong leadership skills and the ability to influence decision-making, motivate individuals and teams at all levels, and foster the leadership and creativity of others. Proven effectiveness in enhancing diversity recruiting and retention practices. Excellent project and program management skills. PERSONAL QUALITIES /OTHER ATTRIBUTES Ability to manage challenging and uncomfortable topics with every level in the workplace. Even temperament under stress, pressure, and resistance. Strong commitment and alignment of values with those of the organization. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with competing or overlapping priorities. Must be flexible, compassionate, and a good problem-solver. Ability to separate personal opinion from key messages important to the organization. Needs to be able to drive results without disenfranchising stakeholders or beneficiaries, but at the same time not backing down from a challenge to what's planned. TRAVEL As-Needed  *LI-CF1   DIVERSE CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY    Planned Parenthood Federation of America is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.  Planned Parenthood is committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.
    Vice President, Diversity Equity and Inclusion
    Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion NEW YORK, NY OPERATIONS – HUMAN RESOURCES FULL TIME   Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is the nation’s leading women’s health care provider, educator, and advocate, serving women, men, teens and families. For over 100 years, PPFA has done more than any other organization in the United States to improve women’s health and safety, prevent unintended pregnancies, and advance the right and ability of individuals and families to make informed and responsible health care decisions.   Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) seeks a dynamic and effective Vice President, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEl) to design, develop, and deliver a comprehensive diversity, equity, and inclusion program with a primary focus on the national office. The DEl platform created should lay the foundation for a program that can be scaled across the entire Federation. This senior leader will be the primary catalyst and change agent for a wide range of both internal and external-facing DEl work. This person will report to the Chief HR Officer and manage a Associate Director level direct report. This role requires all three capabilities: strategic, operational, and tactical with the ability to recognize which capability is needed and when. This leader needs to be able to work independently and yet balance between pushing innovation and meeting the key stakeholders where they are in the DEl journey. He/she/they will be required to build inspiring and effective diversity, equity, and inclusive programs and strategies that reflect the Planned Parenthood mission, culture, and colleagues. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES   Provide highly collaborative leadership and imagination. Work closely with the Senior Leadership Team and other internal bodies (e.g. the Diversity and Inclusion Council, Race Equity Initiative, SOLIDARITY people of color convening, Employee Resource Groups, etc.) to implement initiatives designed to build equity, and attract, develop, and retain diverse talent who want to positively impact women's reproductive healthcare. The new leader will be responsible for quickly understanding the complexity and breadth of Planned Parenthood's external and internal environment and then design and oversee the delivery of smart, culture specific DEl programs. This person will help build strong cultural competence in leaders and enhance PPFA's ability to respond to emerging issues, ideas, and challenges. Develop and coordinate all DEl efforts across the national organization. One of the most important goals for this leader is to bring all diversity, equity, and inclusion work into a comprehensive framework under one area by helping the leaders of existing work understand and buy into an overarching DEl change strategy. This includes but is not limited to education programs, business interventions, community outreach through the Employee Resource Groups, special programs, and workforce and workplace initiatives. A second goal will be to work with other subject matter experts on a DEl leadership and staff curriculum. Ensure that all senior leadership, mid-level managers, and staff are educated about and understand their responsibilities with respect to discrimination, cultural competence, historic and systemic racism, bias and harassment. Serve as a key liaison between Senior Leadership and selected internal bodies working on diversity, equity and inclusion. Design blueprints to help internal DEl bodies, ensuring they are maximizing their time together and delivering programmatic and mission-advancing recommendations work (E.g. Work with the Employee Resource Groups to provide input and influence on cultural awareness efforts and promote the professional development of its members). Monitor, measure and report progress on organization initiatives related to diversity, equity and inclusion. Develop success measures and a way to track PPFA's progress. Participate in initiating and supporting data-driven plans to identify where improvement is needed in talent recruitment, development and retention and ensuring the sustainability of PPFAs progress in diversity-related areas. Provide metrics that embed D&l throughout the organization, including full talent management, donor diversification, budgeting, and programmatic work. Maintain awareness of global issues and trends in diversity and inclusion, and use emerging information to educate workforce. Coach and mentor hiring managers, human resources, and senior leadership and mid-level managers on diversity issues and trends. Understand the emerging demographics with the talent base that follows Millennials (e.g. Gen Z). Design workplace strategies to attract, develop, and retain a dynamic and multi-generational workforce. REQUIREMENTS / TECHNICAL EXPERTISE Advanced degree in HR Management desired but will accept Bachelor's degree with multi-year experience. 10+ years of Human Resource experience; at least 5 years of experience in diversity management (developing and implementing broad-based strategies which required the endorsement of an executive leadership team). Embraces quantitative and qualitative data as integral to developing strategy. Well-developed interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills and advanced facilitation experience. Must be able to effectively communicate information to all levels of the organization. Proven ability to build relationships and deepen connections with internal and external communities across all races, genders, sexual orientations, and generations. Demonstrated skills in organizational change management processes; has experience with success and failure. Strong leadership skills and the ability to influence decision-making, motivate individuals and teams at all levels, and foster the leadership and creativity of others. Proven effectiveness in enhancing diversity recruiting and retention practices. Excellent project and program management skills. PERSONAL QUALITIES /OTHER ATTRIBUTES Ability to manage challenging and uncomfortable topics with every level in the workplace. Even temperament under stress, pressure, and resistance. Strong commitment and alignment of values with those of the organization. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with competing or overlapping priorities. Must be flexible, compassionate, and a good problem-solver. Ability to separate personal opinion from key messages important to the organization. Needs to be able to drive results without disenfranchising stakeholders or beneficiaries, but at the same time not backing down from a challenge to what's planned. TRAVEL As-Needed  *LI-CF1   DIVERSE CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY    Planned Parenthood Federation of America is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.  Planned Parenthood is committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.
    Temporary Government and Community Engagement Coordinator
    POSITION   Temporary Government and Community Engagement Coordinator   DEPARTMENT   External Relations   OVERVIEW   Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) serves three primary roles: it is the world’s leading presenter of superb artistic programming, is a national leader in arts education and community relations, and functions as the manager of the Lincoln Center Campus.   The Government and Community Engagement team is charged with managing Lincoln Center’s relationships with city agencies, officials, and community groups. We work to make Lincoln Center accessible for all people and advocate for governmental support of community programs held on our Upper West Side campus as well as throughout the five boroughs of New York.   As the Temporary Government and Community Engagement Coordinator, you will play a key role in providing administrative and project management support to the Director of Government and Community Engagement, including in connection with increasing government expense and capital funding, growing awareness of our mission, among other things.   PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES   • Specific day-to-day executive support to the Director of Government and Community Engagement, including but not limited to   - Interfacing with elected officials and staff on behalf of Lincoln Center; - Providing logistical support for engagement strategies  - Coordinating invitations to public officials and working with their advance teams regarding their visits - Scheduling and preparation support for internal and external meetings - Researching elected officials and the various agencies - Working in conjunction with other staff members to support shared initiatives    • Producing, assembling and distributing internal and external communications and materials such as briefing folders, program descriptions, letters, and emails • Assisting with Lincoln Center’s submission of various city and state reports and applications • Maintaining all documents, databases, and systems used by the Government and Community Engagement team, and updating information as necessary • Other duties and special projects as assigned by the Director of Government and Community Engagement   QUALIFICATIONS   • Entry-level position; 1-3 years of professional work experience, ideally in an administrative support role  • Experience in policy analysis, advocacy, fundraising, and arts/culture a huge plus • Demonstrated ability to juggle several projects at once with a spirit of flexibility and attention to detail • Ability to operate in a highly professional manner and serve as a steward for the organization • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, verbal and written communication skills   - Ability to effectively organize, prioritize, plan and execute - Ability to work efficiently and with accuracy in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment - Proficiency with MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) • Strong problem solving abilities • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.   SUBMISSION PROCEDURE   Please submit a resume and cover letter (with salary requirements and outlining your interest in Lincoln Center) to the humanresources@lincolncenter.org inbox. Submissions without cover letters will not be reviewed.   Please list: Temporary Government and Community Engagement Coordinator in the subject line.   Internal Candidates should contact a member of the Human Resources Department directly.    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. LCPA is committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.
    Temporary Government and Community Engagement Coordinator
    POSITION   Temporary Government and Community Engagement Coordinator   DEPARTMENT   External Relations   OVERVIEW   Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) serves three primary roles: it is the world’s leading presenter of superb artistic programming, is a national leader in arts education and community relations, and functions as the manager of the Lincoln Center Campus.   The Government and Community Engagement team is charged with managing Lincoln Center’s relationships with city agencies, officials, and community groups. We work to make Lincoln Center accessible for all people and advocate for governmental support of community programs held on our Upper West Side campus as well as throughout the five boroughs of New York.   As the Temporary Government and Community Engagement Coordinator, you will play a key role in providing administrative and project management support to the Director of Government and Community Engagement, including in connection with increasing government expense and capital funding, growing awareness of our mission, among other things.   PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES   • Specific day-to-day executive support to the Director of Government and Community Engagement, including but not limited to   - Interfacing with elected officials and staff on behalf of Lincoln Center; - Providing logistical support for engagement strategies  - Coordinating invitations to public officials and working with their advance teams regarding their visits - Scheduling and preparation support for internal and external meetings - Researching elected officials and the various agencies - Working in conjunction with other staff members to support shared initiatives    • Producing, assembling and distributing internal and external communications and materials such as briefing folders, program descriptions, letters, and emails • Assisting with Lincoln Center’s submission of various city and state reports and applications • Maintaining all documents, databases, and systems used by the Government and Community Engagement team, and updating information as necessary • Other duties and special projects as assigned by the Director of Government and Community Engagement   QUALIFICATIONS   • Entry-level position; 1-3 years of professional work experience, ideally in an administrative support role  • Experience in policy analysis, advocacy, fundraising, and arts/culture a huge plus • Demonstrated ability to juggle several projects at once with a spirit of flexibility and attention to detail • Ability to operate in a highly professional manner and serve as a steward for the organization • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, verbal and written communication skills   - Ability to effectively organize, prioritize, plan and execute - Ability to work efficiently and with accuracy in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment - Proficiency with MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) • Strong problem solving abilities • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.   SUBMISSION PROCEDURE   Please submit a resume and cover letter (with salary requirements and outlining your interest in Lincoln Center) to the humanresources@lincolncenter.org inbox. Submissions without cover letters will not be reviewed.   Please list: Temporary Government and Community Engagement Coordinator in the subject line.   Internal Candidates should contact a member of the Human Resources Department directly.    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. LCPA is committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.
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