Employment Opportunities

 

PART-TIME SCHOOL COORDINATOR, POWER LUNCH

SUPERVISOR: Lead School Coordinator

DIRECT REPORTS: N/A

SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday, 10:00AM – 2:00PM, August – May

 

About Everybody Wins| DC

Everybody Wins| DC is a literacy-focused mentoring organization serving students across elementary schools in the DC metro area. EW|DC knows that literacy correlates with many of life’s later successes, so we seek to encourage a love of reading in all children. We do this by providing direct access for our students and families to community mentors who share a passion for reading and by engaging early education students with active storytelling performances.

School Coordinators (SCs) are critical to the daily and overall success of Power Lunch, the one-to-one mentoring flagship program of EW|DC. SCs are directly responsible for ensuring the Power Lunch program occurs with little to no interruption on program days. Candidates for this position are expected to demonstrate high levels of initiative and creativity. SCs interact with students and reading mentors daily and are expected to maintain high levels of customer service.

 

Position Duties:

 

Qualifications:

Required

 

Interested applicants should email Lucinda Mulzac, Program Director at lmulzac@everybodywinsdc.org. All emails should include your cover letter and resume, and the position for which you’re applying in the subject.

 

PART-TIME LEAD SCHOOL COORDINATOR, POWER LUNCH

SUPERVISOR: Program Manager

DIRECT REPORTS: School Coordinator– not to exceed two (2)

SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday, 10:00AM – 2:00PM, August – May

 

About Everybody Wins| DC

Everybody Wins| DC is a literacy-focused mentoring organization serving students across elementary schools in the DC metro area. EW|DC knows that literacy correlates with many of life’s later successes, so we seek to encourage a love of reading in all children. We do this by providing direct access for our students and families to community mentors who share a passion for reading and by engaging early education students with active storytelling performances.

 

The Lead School Coordinator (Lead) position is critical to the daily and overall success of Power Lunch, the one-to-one mentoring flagship program of EW|DC. The Lead will join up to two school coordinators across each program site to ensure high quality Power Lunch sessions and a seamless flow of communication between the site and the main office. Candidates for this position are expected to demonstrate high levels of initiative and creativity.

 

Position Duties:

Programs

  • In conjunction with the School Coordinators, finalize the match process by assigned deadlines.
  • Plan and facilitate site-based program activities and special events.
  • Work with School Coordinators to recruit and maintain enrollment numbers at or above the program goal.
  • Act in place of an absent School Coordinator.
  • Assist with organization-wide events as needed, sometimes outside of regular shift hours.

 

Communications

  • Establish and maintain regular communications with mentors, school personnel, families, and other program stakeholders via email and phone.
  • Serve as point of contact for program information, (i.e. school fieldtrips, early release, etc.)
  • Submit monthly narratives and photos to supervisor.
  • Identify strategies to engage families of program students.

 

Administrative

  • Complete and submit monthly program reports to supervisor.
  • Respond to program inquiries via email and phone.
  • Attend bi-weekly “Lead meetings” at main office.
  • Attend and complete all required staff trainings.
  • All other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

Required

  • Associate Degree.
  • Minimum one (1) year supervisory experience.
  • Proficiency in MS Office.
  • Ability to travel between program sites and main office.
  • Commitment to public education at grassroots level.
  • Strong work ethic and a high competence for communicating with individuals across the organization

 

Preferred

  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • At least one (1) year experience working in EW|DC programs.
  • Program planning and facilitation skills.
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills.

 

Interested applicants should email Lucinda Mulzac, Program Director at lmulzac@everybodywinsdc.org. All emails should include your cover letter and resume, and the position for which you’re applying in the subject.

 

DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE

SUPERVISOR: Development & Communications Manager
DIRECT REPORTS: N/A
SCHEDULE: Full-Time; 9:00AM – 5:30PM
 
ABOUT EVERYBODY WINS|DC:
Everybody Wins| DC is a literacy-focused mentoring organization serving students across elementary schools in the DC metro area. EW|DC knows that literacy correlates with many of life’s later successes, so we seek to encourage a love of reading in all children. We do this by providing direct access for our students and families to community mentors who share a passion for reading and by engaging early education students with active storytelling performances. 
 
The Development & Communications Associate position is critical to the health of the organization by assisting the Manager with all aspects of EW|DC fundraising, communication, and events. The Associate will support the Development team by assisting with the grant research and application process, drafting written materials, tracking event registration, and countless other important tasks. 
 
POSITION DUTIES:
Under the supervision of the Development & Communications Manager, the Associate will:
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
 
To Apply E-mail resume and cover letter to Alexandra Harvey at aharvey@everybodywinsdc.org  with subject line: Development & Communication Associate
 
 

DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

SUPERVISOR: Executive Director
DIRECT REPORTS: Development & Communications Associate
SCHEDULE: Full-Time; 9:00AM – 5:30PM
 
ABOUT EVERYBODY WINS|DC:
Everybody Wins| DC is a literacy-focused mentoring organization serving students across elementary schools in the DC metro area. EW|DC knows that literacy correlates with many of life’s later successes, so we seek to encourage a love of reading in all children. We do this by providing direct access for our students and families to community mentors who share a passion for reading and by engaging early education students with active storytelling performances. 
 
The Development & Communications Manager position is critical to the health of the organization by assuming responsibility for all aspects of EW|DC fundraising and events. Events include two summer golf events, trivia, an annual gala, and a number of special initiatives over the course of the program year like book-drives. The position will work closely across all EW|DC departments and will be supported by a Development Associate. 
 
POSITION DUTIES:
  • Manage and execute giving strategies including identifying donor prospects, pulling lists and reports, tracking progress and portfolio review, mailings, online campaigns and drafting annual compelling appeals. 
  • Prepare Development reports for Board Meetings and provide support to the Chief Operations Officer in preparation for Board and Board Committee meetings.
  • Perform grants research and proposal writing. 
  • Participate in donor cultivation events and provide general EW|DC event support.
  • Develop annual strategies to further diversify the organizational revenue base that includes robust individual, foundation and corporate giving, event sponsorship and leveraging board relations. 
  • In conjunction with the Development & Communications Associate, design and disseminate written materials including, press releases, fliers, and newsletters. 
  • Oversee the logistics of EW|DC events. 
  • Maintain communications calendar.
  • Recruit and supervise volunteers and interns as needed to build and maintain a robust social media presence and to perform other duties as needed.
  • All other duties as assigned.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required. 
  • 2-3 years of communications, marketing, or nonprofit development experience required.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills. 
  • Proficiency in development software (Raiser’s Edge preferred) and Microsoft Office. 
  • Ability to work effectively as a team member and independently.
  • Demonstrated ability to produce beautifully designed materials. 
  • High sense of initiative. 
  • Commitment to the mission of EVERYBODY WINS| DC.
 
To Apply E-mail resume and cover letter to Alexandra Harvey at aharvey@everybodywinsdc.org  with subject line: Development & Communications Manager

 

Testimonials
"Seeing her become more confident and her love of reading increase has been such a joy to watch."
"It's mostly fun to read and watch her become such a confident reader and learn to love reading as much as I do. She is one of my best friends."
"When an adult helps a child, it tells that child how special they are. We send a message to the child- you are important to me- that is powerful and undeniable."
"It's a fantastic program, and I think the mentors get as much, if not more, than the student. You meet wonderful kids and have lots of fun."
"When I read, I learn and grow-- you know, like Jack and the Beanstalk kind of growing and that's really big!"
"I wish Everybody Wins was everyday!"