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Other, FT Employee
Archdiocese of Baltimore (Baltimore, MD)
The Program Coordinator is the operations staff member for the National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC), an independent organization headquartered in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The NBCC promotes the freedom and growth of African Americans as full participants in church and society, by working to improve the spiritual, mental, and physical conditions of African Americans. NBCC programs (workshops, conventions, etc.) attract clergy, religious and lay leaders nationwide. The Program Coordinator assists the Executive Director in administering NBCC programs. Must be available for occasional travel and after-hours work.
Writing and recruiting writers for The Black Catholic Newsletter, our on-line magazine.
Maintaining updated content on our Web site, Facebook and other social media.
Planning, coordination, and follow-up for programs, activities and events, to include collaborating with hotel sales staff, convention center staff, sales personnel, audiovisual companies, local planning committee, and other support groups; developing program materials; and conducting and disseminating program evaluations.
Writing the NBCC annual report; press releases; correspondence and other documents.
Supervises staff in the absence of the Executive Director.
Performs others tasks as assigned by the Executive Director
Collaborates with staff from diocesan Offices of Black Catholic Ministry and Multicultural Ministry.
Assists the Executive Director, Office Manager, Consultants or other NBCC staff.
Minimum Education and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Required Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (WORD, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and the Internet)
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Experience in coordinating programs on a national or local level
Professional demeanor and collaborative spirit
A desire to promote the mission of the NBCC
Knowledge of the Catholic Church and African American community preferred (88)