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Staff Positions

Contract Specialist

Full-time  (40 hours per week)

A new position, the Contracts Specialist role will be the primary staff person handling the administrative responsibilities for LYRIC’s substantial portfolio of government contracts. More broadly, the Contracts Specialist will support LYRIC’s Finance Manager in developing and maintaining efficient and effective financial operations and ensures that appropriate policies, procedures and internal controls are maintained to safeguard the organization and facilitate effective non-profit financial management. The Contracts Specialist’s role requires outstanding organization, problem-solving, stability, consistency, flexibility, interpersonal skills, and professionalism. For more information and to apply, please see LYRIC Contract Specialist Job Description.

Program Manager

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. For more information and to apply please see the LYRIC Program Manager Job Description.

Program Coordinator

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 provide capacity-building trainings to promote LGBTQQ youth inclusion across multiple systems and engage in LYRIC’s learning and evaluation efforts to enhance our understanding of best practices in serving LGBTQQ young people. For more information and to apply please see the LYRIC Program Coordinator Job Description.

Finance and Operations Director

Full-time  (40 hours per week)

The Finance and Operations Director serves as a member of the agency’s leadership team, overseeing critical aspects of the organization’s fiscal, personnel, information technology, and facility management. The Finance and Operations Director develops and maintains efficient and effective administrative systems, oversees day-to-day bookkeeping responsibilities, prepares various financial statements for the organization, and ensures that appropriate policies, procedures and internal controls are maintained to safeguard the organization and facilitate effective non-profit management. This position supervises at least two direct reports as well as a team of vendors/consultants. LYRIC is a financially healthy organization with an ambitious mission, passionate staff, and vibrant youth community. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned nonprofit leader who is ready to manage and develop the organization’s administrative infrastructure. For more information and to apply please see the LYRIC Finance and Operations Director Job Description.

Data and Evaluations Manager

Full-time  (40 hours per week)

The Data and Evaluation Manager serves as a member of the agency’s leadership team and is responsible for strengthening and managing the organization’s performance measurement systems and processes, for promoting the use of data as a critical tool for program modification and improvement, and for ensuring that the appropriate analyses and reports are prepared and disseminated to meet internal and external reporting and compliance requirements. This position manages the agency’s database, training and partnering with staff members to ensure that data is routinely collected and reviewed to meet quality, fidelity, and accountability standards. This is a position that requires an individual with the technical experience and leadership competencies to cultivate and sustain a culture of learning and continuous improvement in service of LYRIC’s mission. For more information and to apply please see the LYRIC Data and Evaluation Manager Job Description.

 

(Last update: June 19, 2019)