Compensation: $23 hourly, flexibility to work remotely
Employment Type: Temporary, Part-time employee; non-exempt (avg. 15 hours/week for approximately 3 months with the possibility for extension)
The Church Council of Greater Seattle envisions a future when justice is realized, where all people experience liberation, profound peace, expansive equity, and joy-filled human flourishing. The Church Council has its roots in the worldwide ecumenical movement which began to flourish in the early 20th Century. Over the years the Council has developed a distinctly collaborative character to engage in its faithful practice of compassionate solidarity.
As the Temporary Project Coordinator, an ideal candidate will play a project support role that includes ongoing administrative work related to our Highline Ecumenical Leadership Circle (HELC) by coordinating event and meeting logistics, communicating updates with HELC members, and drafting external communications to share about the impact of the HELC.
Additional skills include:
- Highly organized with great attention to detail
- Computer and technology skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Workspace, and Zoom, ability to troubleshoot when technology fails
- Ability to work with a team on a variety of tasks
- Demonstrated excellent phone and written communication skills, specifically with members and community partners
- Event coordination and event planning skills
- Demonstrated commitment to social justice issues
- Experience working with people from diverse backgrounds
- Bonus: Experience with faith communities in the Highline Region
- Bonus: Grassroots organizing experience
- Bonus: Facilitation and training experience
Priority Deadline: October 10, position opened until filled
Expected first day of work: Immediately
Please email your resume, cover letter, and contact information for 3 references to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Temporary Project Coordinator.”
Candidates who have personal experience navigating the U.S. immigration system, are people of color, are part of the LGBTQIA community, and/or have a connection to a faith tradition / congregation / spiritual community are strongly encouraged to apply. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the Church Council of Greater Seattle considers applicants for all positions regardless of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.