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Join Our Team

Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture is a community-based org fueled by passionate people.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive team; we encourage LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, and veterans to apply. We initiate hands-on learning projects that support Hopi Youth and community to develop skills and practical experience needed to promote a healthy and thriving Hopi Community.

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Current Job Offerings

Community Program Coordinator 

Job Status: 20 hours/week
Compensation: $20.00/hour                                                                                    

Benefits include: Workers Compensation, Dental and Vision Insurance, two weeks Paid Time Off (PTO); Home Computer Lease; Flexible schedule.                                                                 

Goal of Position: The Community Program Coordinator is responsible for effectively delivering high-quality programming to the residents of the Hopi Community

Leadership & Management: The team at Hopi Tutskwa seeks an energetic and friendly individual to join our crew.The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to exercise consistent good judgment, discretion, sensitivity, leadership, creativity, follow through and attention to detail. We are seeking a creative individual who thrives in self-directed autonomous work, brings innovation to an established shared leadership team, is capable of building good relationships with our community, and has integrity and passion to strengthen Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture’s mission and vision. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Program Implementation: The Community Program Coordinator is responsible for strengthening, coordinating, and implementing Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture’s programming efforts. This position will implement our programming plan and deliver high-quality programming to the Hopi Community 

  • Workshops, Training, and Events: The Community Program Coordinator ensures smooth coordination of HTP sponsored workshops, training opportunities, and events. They serve as a welcoming and knowledgeable point person for all workshops, training opportunities, and events, ensuring that everything runs smoothly while setting the tone to ensure that all events are successful and special. 

  • Staff Training and Meetings: The Community Program Coordinator will attend all required staff training events and staff meetings.

  • Communications: The Community Program Coordinator will develop outreach materials and will co-manage social networking sites for HTPI in order to develop effective means of communication between community members, workshop participants, and interested individuals. This includes managing online registration and compiling sign-in sheets and developing online databases. Co-create and oversee advertising and outreach including: website, blog media, development and distribution of outreach materials, flyers, radio ads, and social media content. Develop, direct, and implement public relations and communication strategies to support program goals and increase community awareness of HTPI programming.

  • Partnership Development: The Community Program Coordinator will collaborate with community partners, identify, and secure strategic avenues to strengthen and expand partnerships. 

  • Volunteer Recruitment: This position will create and maintain best practices to attract, train, retain, and recognize volunteers.

  • Strengthen Current HTPI Programming: This position will support and strengthen HTPI community programming which includes the Hopi Tutskwa CSA Plant and Veggie Share, Hopi Farmer’s Market, Indigenous Land Steward Fellowship, Hopi Tutskwa Food & Farming Internship, Hopi Tutskwa Food Hub, and the reemergence of the Natural Building Internship Program.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Nonprofit Management, Environmental Studies, Sustainability, or commensurate experience.

  • Demonstrated commitment to cultural humility and community-based work.

  • Excellent organizational skills, including great time management, program planning, and budget management.

  • Strong communication skills.

  • Literacy in computer applications including Google suite and Microsoft suite.

  • Literacy in the use of design, website, project management, and communication software including Zoom, Canva, Wix, and Asana. 

  • Literacy in the use of social media tools including Facebook, Instagram, and TicTok.

  • Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills and adherence to deadlines.

  • Effective collaborator and team player, with demonstrated experience in maintaining excellent relations with supervisor(s), staff, partners, and community members.

  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, with demonstrated leadership.

  • Passion, enthusiasm, energy, humor, and the ability to convey this through phone, email, and other electronic and non-electronic communications.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Valid Driver’s License and Reliable Transportation.

  • Fingerprint Clearance Card.

  • Working at the HTP Office on the Hopi Reservation.

  • 3+ years experience in Program Management and/or Program Coordination.

EXPERIENCE WITH THE FOLLOWING IS A PLUS:

  • Hopi Language Fluency. 

  • Conference/event planning and management.

  • Advanced graphic design skills and literacy with advanced design software including Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, and/or Coreldraw.
     

EFFORT AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

  • Part-time 1 year contract – 20 hours per week.

  • Flexible working hours – may require occasional evenings and weekends.

  • Local and regional travel.

  • Involves mental and visual concentration.

  • Job requires light-moderate physical exertion.

  • Working environment includes required in person office work and working outdoors in a variety of weather conditions.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Our process is simple, to apply send us your resume, you may email it to: info@hopitutskwa.org or if you have additional inquiries or questions you can call Lilian at 928.225.7738.

 

Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture is a 501(c)3 non-profit fueled by passionate people. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce; we encourage LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, and veterans to apply. We are a community based organization initiating hands-on learning projects that support Hopi Youth and community to develop skills and practical experience needed to promote a healthy and thriving Hopi Community.

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