Project Coordinator

Native Alliance Against Violence
November 27, 2019
Tonkawa, OK
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Position Description:

This position is funded by a grant awarded the NAAV by the Office of Victims of Crime (OVC) as designee of the Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma (Tribe) under the FY2018 Tribal Victim Services Set-Aside Program to address domestic violence.

Position Qualifications:

B.A. or B.S. in related field and 5 years relevant work experience (equivalencies will be considered);

Must have an understanding of the dynamics of Tribal communities and experience working with Native people;

Development of training presentations and/or curricula preferred;

Excellent organizational skills, written and oral communication skills and ability to work independently, with little supervision, but also as part of the NAAV team;

Must possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma driver’ license, and independently travel within the state of Oklahoma and nationally as may be required;

Competency in basic office operations, record keeping and computer skills;

Must be willing to lift and carry up to 50 lbs; and

Must be willing to submit to and successfully pass a criminal background check.

Must be willing to travel, in-state and out-of-state without supervision/accompaniment

Position Requirements:

The Project Coordinator will serve as the project point of contact with OVC and will be responsible for the coordination of all grant programmatic activities of the grant including but not limited to the following:

Coordination of project communications with NAAV, the Tribe, OVC and victim served by the program;

Assist in the development and distribution of program materials, forms, reports, flyers, newsletters, training materials, etc.;

Collect and compile project data and documentation, and assist in the completion of programmatic grant reports;

Coordinate logistics of project activities including but not limited to meetings, trainings, workshops, strategic planning, etc.;

Work with Tribes, tribal programs, and allied professionals to identify training needs and coordinate training logistics;

Develop program policies and procedures to ensure implementation of the project activities;

Coordinate housing services afforded to victims of domestic violence including working with housing owners, landlords and management organizations;

Work to identify and implement best practices and model programs relating to delivery of direct client services;

Participate in project planning to identify and address project challenges and barriers;

Maintain thorough and accurate records of services rendered, and all trainings and meetings conducted under the program;

Prepare semi-annual programmatic reports and assist with financial reporting requirements;

Prepare and timely submit all OVW forms, reports, and other documentation as identified or required under OVC award conditions and grant guidelines,

Work with NAAV staff, contractors, and OVC technical assistance providers to identify and implement best practices and effective models in victim services;

Participate in staffing meeting to discuss implementation of the program goals, objectives and activities, share new ideas, and address barriers and/or challenges; and

All other activities and tasks as may be assigned for the good of the project and organization.

This Job description is intended to outline areas of responsibility and authority of the Project Coordinator. It is not a complete list of tasks that are included in the position. The Project Coordinator is encouraged to use their experience and creativity to effectively implement the goals, objectives and activities of the project. The Project Coordinator must be willing to work with the NAAV and Tribe, as part of the Tonkawa Victims Services team to achieve mutual goals, and have a willingness to embrace the mission and goals of NAAV and Tribe to work towards ending violence against Indian women. This is a grant funded position contingent upon the renewal of grant funds and continuation of the position.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:


To Apply for this Job:

To Apply, send resume and a thoughtful cover letter to Qualified applicants will be interviewed on a rolling basis. The position will remain open until filled. No telephone calls will be entertained. All applications will be kept strictly confidential. More information can be found here:

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