svcouncilofnp
Oct 30

Programs Manager

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Description & Responsibilities: This is a full-time exempt position. The Programs Manager is responsible for overseeing and expanding new ING programs. Specifically, the Programs Manager’s responsibilities include work in the following areas: Project Management: - Overseeing implementation and reporting for the Intercultural Speakers Bureau (ICSB) program - Overseeing implementation and reporting for the Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) program funded by the State of California - Overseeing impact evaluations Managing Speaker Volunteers: - Recruiting and training new speakers for ING programs - Engaging existing speakers through events, webinars, evaluations, and other educational opportunities Speaking: - Delivering presentations and facilitating panels for ING programs - Representing ING at community events Skills Requirements: The Programs Manager should have demonstrated success in the following: - Excellent organizational abilities for performing in a fast paced, multi-task environment - Cultivating relationships and working effectively with, and presenting a professional image to, multiple constituencies that represent diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds in different age groups - Strong understanding of WordPress and HTML, or a willingness to develop these skills. - Facility for graphic design (Photoshop) and video editing software - Strong public speaking skills and facilitation of panels - Ability to independently manage time and assigned tasks effectively and efficiently. - Willingness to learn from and collaborate with others - Well organized, detail oriented with an ability to prioritize in a multi-task environment Education/Experience Requirements: - At least a bachelor’s degree in ethnic studies, education, religious studies, anthropology, or a related field - At least two years’ professional experience in program management in a non-profit or corporate environment - Knowledge of the Muslim and ethnic and inter-religious communities - Active involvement in community outreach and willingness to continue learning - Experience developing and managing programs that address prejudice and bigotry through an educational lens a plus Reporting Relationships and Location: The Programs Manager can work out of either ING’s Oakland or San Jose offices, and reports to Ishaq Pathan, ING Bay Area Director. Salary: Commensurate with experience. Attractive compensation package that includes health benefits, holidays, vacation. How to Apply: Send a cover letter addressing your past experience and measurable achievements with a resume to Ishaq Pathan, Bay Area Director, at ishaq@ing.org. If you are chosen for an interview, names and contact information of three references will be required.

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