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LYRIC Development and Communications Director

Full-time (40 hours per week)

The Development and Communications Director is responsible for the design and management of LYRIC’s development and communications functions, leading a team of two staff – a Development Coordinator and a Communications Associate – and consultants, under the direction of LYRIC’s Deputy Director. The director will: (1) lead LYRIC’s comprehensive fund development activities including major gifts, government and foundation support, events and grassroots fundraising; (2) lead efforts to broaden the impact of LYRIC’s communications initiatives – aligning LYRIC’s values of social justice, learning, and leadership development to our communications and fund development practices; and (3) manage data and logistics for LYRIC’s fund development and communications strategies. This position works across the organization to achieve these goals, partnering with board, staff and LYRIC’s Development and Communications Youth Working Group

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LYRIC Program Manager, School Based Initiatives

Full-time (40 hours per week)

Program Managers are highly skilled youth development practitioners and nonprofit leaders who play a critical role at LYRIC overseeing the coordination of one or more program areas, providing direct services to youth, and supervising frontline staff. The Program Manager is responsible for working in collaboration with the entire LYRIC staff, board, and community of youth leaders, fostering alignment across strategic initiatives and organizational functions. Program Managers provide capacity building/technical experience in their areas of expertise, engage in system-level advocacy efforts, and may serve as a member of LYRIC’s leadership team.

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LYRIC Program Coordinator, Artistic Resistance

Full-time (40 hours per week)

Program Coordinators are highly skilled youth development practitioners that play a critical role at LYRIC in areas of program planning, implementation, and evaluation. Program Coordinators facilitate the leadership development of youth, guiding program participants through a set of challenging and interesting skill-building opportunities in school-based and community-based settings.  Program Coordinators develop and implement program curricula, facilitate and supervise teams of youth, conduct outreach, and coordinate community events.  Program Coordinators strive to imbue program participants with self-awareness and empowerment to take forward into their communities and their future.

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Updated August 7, 2020