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Assistant Program Coordinator

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Imagine Better, Inc
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Job Location: 
Denver Metro
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Job Category: 
Administrative | Communications | Development | Programs/Services | Other
Job Description: 

Imagine Better, Inc is a unique nonprofit founded in 2013 with a mission to improve the lives of youth by addressing issues of bullying. Imagine Better, Inc is most well known for it’s primary program - Don’t Be A Monster. Don’t Be A Monster offers hour-long presentations delivered nationally to students in grades 4th - 10th. These presentations are offered in schools through partnerships with high-production-value haunted house attractions across the country. These high-energy, educational presentations include real world examples about the severity of bullying and how to prevent it. Each presentation features an educational video including an original character named Frank Shelly, a Frankenstein-inspired young student who suffers from bullying in school. The Don’t Be A Monster program operates year-round. However, presentations are scheduled in September, October and November in accordance with National Bullying Prevention month and the Halloween season. 

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Areas of Responsibility

Duties & Responsibilities 
Don’t Be A Monster has expanded into over 20 markets nationally and is now in need of a part-time assistant program coordinator. There is room for this position to evolve into full-time if candidate exceeds expectations during a trial period.

Specific Responsibilities Include:
Serve as the primary presentation representative, behaving in an honest, open, and ethical manner as a representative of Don’t Be A Monster, our partners, and participating attractions; 

Contribute to and provide leadership in a positive working environment while embracing the unique rhythm, timing, resources, and settings that come with working at a small nonprofit; 

Remotely coordinate scheduling and execution of presentations with schools and partnering organizations in multiple cities nationally; 

Manage program rollout in existing and new markets with partnering organizations; 

Provide input into organizational processes and growth; 

Review and improve presentation materials and curriculum as necessary; 

Review fundraising conduits and administer the improvement of them and / or bring new fundraising ideas to the organization; 

Work with sponsorship team on creating materials needed to solicit corporate donations; 

Identify key opportunities to improve social media content and paid advertising strategies;

Contribute to overall brand awareness and growth via social platforms;

Maintain databases of photos, contacts, and content from executed presentations for future use; 

  • Exceptional ability to self-manage and produce outcomes and results in line with project goals;
  • Candidate perusing or in possession of Bachelor's or Associate's degree preferred but not required;
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills capable of driving outcomes in one-on-one presentation, and sales communications;
  • A willingness to “wear many hats”;
  • Strong writing skills with exceptional creativity and ability to think outside of the box;
  • Ability to manage a multitude of relationships with various organizational partners;

Commensurate with experience but will range from $14-$17 hourly; please submit hourly salary expectations. Benefits are not available to part-time employees. Benefits will be available should this position transition into full-time. 

How To Apply

20 hours a week, M-F generally 8am-12pm, but can be shifted to accommodate the right candidate.
To apply please send your resume, salary expectations (please keep in mind we are a very small nonprofit), and cover letter to with "Assistant Program Director" in the subject heading. Applications without cover letters will not be considered. With questions please e-mail, do not call. 

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