Patton Veterans Project

External Affairs and Program Coordinator

Full Time

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External Affairs and Program Coordinator

The Patton Veterans Project, a non-profit organization based in New York City, is growing its team! This individual reports to the Executive Director (ED), and works closely with the Operations Manager, as a two-person team.

Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
● Lead and manage a comprehensive social media strategy. Generate, edit, publish and share daily content (original text, images, video or HTML) that builds meaningful connections.
● Manage the Organizational calendar.
● Staff Board and Committee meetings.
● Manage the CRM (Currently, Keela).
● Create and maintain internal and external marketing and recruitment materials.
● Support overall communication to program participants, donors and supporters.
● Assist in the creation and execution of a communication strategy for alumni of I WAS THERE Film
workshop, in concert with the ED and the Operations Manager.

● Proficiency with Social Media.
● Excellent written and verbal communication.
● Self-starter, disciplined and ability to work independently.
● Ability to be flexible, hardworking and strategic to the meet the needs of a small nonprofit.
● Passionate about working with populations impacted by trauma, including but not limited to the
military and veteran population.
● Experience entering data into CRMs.
● Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel. Proficiency with print and electronic presentation
software (Powerpoint, Keynote, Photoshop, etc) a plus.
● Bachelor’s Degree (preferred).
● Veteran/service member of the US Armed Services (preferred).

Currently, hourly full-time position with strong potential for growth and eventual benefits.

Please email resume, cover letter and salary requirements via the form below
Patton Veterans Project • ℅ Liddle & Robinson, LLP. 800 Third Avenue, 8 th Floor, New York, NY 10022
(212) 687-8500

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About the Patton Veterans Project
Our mission is to help veterans coping with posttraumatic stress reduce social isolation and strengthen family, community, and professional bonds. We accomplish this mission through intensive filmmaking workshops enabling participants to collaborate with peers to process their service experiences. We also incorporate screening events that validate veterans’ experiences, advance community dialogue, and educate the public about the mental health challenges facing veterans and military families. Since 2011, PVP has delivered its signature initiative, the “I Was There” Film Workshop, more than 50 times at several major US military bases, universities, universities and community organizations across the country, as well as in Israel, and is currently completing a VA-sponsored study of its collaborative filmmaking model as an engagement tool for those veterans most resistant to seeking care.

External Affairs and Program Coordinator

Locations: New York (NY)