Denver Urban Debate League Programs and Operations Coordinator
60 hours per month at $22-$28/hour based on experience Cover letter and resume to: JessicaClark@urbandebate.org
The Denver Urban Debate League (DUDL) is hiring a part time programming coordinator. This position will require an average of 60 hours per month, with the possibility of increased hours in the future. Hours will vary from week to week depending on project flow. Schedule is flexible contingent on events and deadlines, and employee will have the opportunity to work remotely, as well as in an office setting. The Programs & Operations Coordinator will report directly to the Executive Director and support the programs and operations of the DUDL. Candidates for this position should be committed to improving education in the Denver community, with an emphasis on increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion. Ideal candidates should have knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, light graphic and web design, basic accounting, community relations, and event planning.
Experience working for a non-profit, or educational setting preferred. Experience in speech and debate education preferred, but not required.
Tasks may include, but not be limited to:
Coordination of DUDL’s Speech and Debate Education Programs. A large amount of this work will center around DUDL competitions and events, as well as weekly support of DUDL’s school-based programs. This will include a heavy workload during competitions and events which happen 1-2 times per month in September-April. This includes tournament registration, volunteer recruitment, tournament administration, arranging transportation and meals, ordering trophies, coordinating support staff.
Weekly meeting with Executive Director. Create and maintain weekly timeline of tasks and spreadsheet of hours.
Administrative Support of Executive Director in relation to programs and operations.
Weekly Communication Blasts to Students and Coaches
Managing communication with DUDL coaches and site visits
Budgeting and Invoicing for DUDL Programs
Assistance with curriculum development, special events, and new programs
General DUDL Office Duties such as payment of invoices
Managing contracts and agreements with school districts and member schools
Responsible for programming assessment and reporting with partners and funders.
The Denver UDL does not discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, religion (creed), color, national origin, gender, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, illness/disability (unless the illness or disability prevents an individual from performing tasks required in his/her position), marital status, veteran status, political affiliation, or membership in any lawful organization. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring, and firing of staff, selection of volunteers, selection of vendors, and provision of services.
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law. 2255 East Evans Avenue Suite 406, Denver, CO 80210
Executive Director, Jessica Clark JessicaClark@urbandebate.org Phone: 303-871-6575