Seeking Community Engagement & Program Manager

Lawrenceville United, a community-based non-profit organization working to protect and improve the quality of life of all Lawrenceville residents, is seeking a highly productive individual with strong interpersonal and communication skills who is passionate about community-driven revitalization and able to work collaboratively and efficiently with residents and partner organizations.

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Summary of Position
The Community Engagement and Program Manager (CEPM) is one of three full-time positions at LU. The CEPM coordinates all outreach and communication for the organization, manages a number of key programs, runs all LU’s community events, serves as the direct liaison to membership and several resident-led volunteer groups, and is the primary point of contact for general inquiries and quality of life issues from residents.

About Lawrenceville United
Lawrenceville United (LU) is an inclusive, resident-driven community-based non-profit organization dedicated to improving and protecting the quality of life of all Lawrenceville residents. Our primary programs and focus areas include public safety, community development and community planning, community beautification, community events, strengthening and supporting our neighborhood schools, supporting older adults to age in place successfully, and running the Lawrenceville Farmers Market.

Among our organizational values are Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, and we are committed to hiring and supporting a diverse workforce. LU is an equal opportunity employer and qualified individuals who bring diverse perspectives and represent marginalized communities are especially encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates should review the full job description and submit a cover letter and resume to HR@lunited.org by May 18, 2018. Please focus your cover letter on what aspects of the job interest you most.