Community Partnerships Project Coordinator

The Mental Health Center of Denver is seeking an adaptable and detail-oriented Project Coordinator to track our most innovative, collective impact projects. The Project Coordinator will provide administrative support for the Vice President of Strategic Community Partnerships (“VP”), serve as project manager, and coordinate community engagement efforts to support the development and continued success of the Strategic Community Partnership’s (“Department”) projects, across the City and County of Denver.

Salary Range: $60,000/yr. – $68,000/yr.

Key Activities:

  • Track project(s) status and current tasks. Ensure deadlines are met.
  • Attend Owner-Architect-Contractor meetings. Communicate pertinent information back to VP, Director of High Impact Communications, and contract construction liaison.
  • Serve as liaison between the Department and: architect, general contractor, Facilities, Purchasing, Information Systems, Human Resources, etc. Communicate with clinical and administrative staff to arrange informational interviews with architects, coordinate staff moves, make arrangements to meet staff’s furniture and tech needs.
  • Lead community engagement efforts, including survey distribution, door-to-door campaigns, open houses, etc. Work closely with Director of High Impact Communications to ensure consistent messaging.
  • Assist VP with calendar management and other administrative tasks.
  • Write reports, letters of interest/support, award applications, etc.
  • Assist in grant development and submittals
  • Arrange meetings, interviews, and tours, as requested.
  • Thoughtfully contribute to shaping team culture, assisting with the development of mission, goals, and culture.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree in communications, business administration, or related field. Masters or certificate in Project Management, preferred.
  • Spanish bilingual, preferred.
  • Interest in collective impact projects, behavioral health, affordable housing, food justice, or early education required.
  • Minimum of 5 years in a project management, administrative, or community organizing role.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Highly detail oriented, organized, reliable, and consistent.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability and desire to connect with people from diverse backgrounds.
  • Works effectively as part of a team.
  • High level of comfort with various software, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.
  • Commitment to inclusive approaches to support the well-being of all Denver communities.

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