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Project Coordinator, United Against Hate Week
Not In Our Town

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Project Coordinator, United Against Hate Week

Not In Our Town

Job Summary

$20.00 per hour
Job Type
Entry-level, Freelancer, Part-time, Temporary
Job Last Posted
Job posted 14 days ago
Job Role
Community Outreach, Event Planner
Employer's Industry

Job Description


The United Against Hate Coalition is comprised of cities and communities, working collectively to address hate and intolerance and promote safe, inclusive and welcoming communities,  Not In Our Town (NIOT), , serves as the convener and fiscal sponsor for the UAH project.

(NIOT) is an Oakland, CA based non profit that serves a network of hundreds of schools and communities across the country who stand against bullying, hate and inequality and work to bridge differences, foster inclusion and build equity.  

Job Description

The Project Coordinator will support United Against Hate Week, a collaborative effort by communities around the country, to host anti-hate/ pro-inclusion events in their cities from November 29 through December 6, 2020. The PC will work with the United Against Hate (UAH) Project Team, with direction from Not In Our Town leadership.

Responsibilities include:

Project Management

  • Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for keystone UAH events
  • Working closely with UAH Project Team, ensure that all UAH events are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget
  • Create and manage the critical path including timelines, deliverables and key milestones

Outreach and Engagement

  • Identify and secure new cities to participate in UAH Week
  • Support communities and their event partners
  • Gather photos, stories and anecdotal information from UAH Week events for marketing and reporting purposes

Event Planning 

  • Coordinate logistics for community events as necessary
  • Assist communities in ideating how they can participate in UAH week


  • Manage communications with UAH team members, including scheduling and facilitating meetings and calls
  • Build a calendar of UAH events for online distribution
  • Assist NIOT team and web producer to build resources for the UAH website
  • Consistently update UAH website with real time information 
  • Coordinate merchandise online store for campaign material
  • Assist Communications Consultant to promote event through print, production and online media venues
  • Manage social media accounts


  • Collect evaluations from all UAH events, as necessary
  • Complete online event reports for all UAH events



  • The ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines effectively
  • Event management
  • Ability to work independently, exercising initiative and sound judgment
  • Strong organization skills and an attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Proficiency in marketing, social media and digital communications
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation (position requires some regional travel)
  • Computer proficiency including experience with Microsoft applications (Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Project); Google suite, Constant Contact


  • Experience working with diverse communities
  • Commitment to and experience with social issue driven work
  • Familiarity with and interest in using film, media and social networks in engagement

This is a part-time (20hrs/wk) contract position through December 15, 2020, based in downtown Oakland, California. Ability to work remotely preferred. 

Business Overview

Our Story

Not In Our Town: Serving an Urgent Need to Stop Hate

Not In Our Town (NIOT) is a movement to stop hate, address bullying, and build safe, inclusive communities for all. Our unique approach combines documentary storytelling with on-the-ground training, social media, and organizing tools to help local leaders build vibrant, diverse cities and towns, where everyone can participate. Launched by a PBS film campaign in 1995, Not In Our Town serves a network of hundreds of schools and communities across the country working to bridge differences and foster inclusion. 

Serving an Urgent Need in Communities Nationwide

Across the U.S. each year, an estimated 250,000 people are victims of hate crimes, a dramatic manifestation of the underlying tensions and bigotry that fester beneath the surface in our communities.  As Americans face bigotry fueled political messaging targeting Muslims and immigrants, and the chasm grows between police and the communities they serve, there is a vital need to bolster the work of local leaders and activists who are working to bridge differences and address these urgent challenges. 

How We Work

Community involvement is at the core of NIOT’s work. We engage diverse residents (teachers, students, librarians, faith groups, and concerned community members) and connect them with local institutions (law enforcement agencies, city government, elected officials) to create broad-based, powerful working groups for change.

Storytelling and media are central to NIOT’s mission, not only to build awareness about the dangers of bigotry and bias, but also to provide communities with inspiring models for action. Our film screenings convene diverse community members with institutional and civic leaders to open discussion about local issues. NIOT then provides action plans that cities and schools can use to make changes and improve community climate. Our national PBS broadcasts have been seen by millions, and our partnerships with local public media stations have provided a trusted source for convenings and content.


Culture & Perks

Community Oriented
Mission Driven
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