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HeartMob Program Coordinator Job Description
Hollaback! is an international movement working to end sexual harassment in public spaces, with a focus on street harassment and online harassment of women and LGBTQ individuals.
Hollaback! has expanded rapidly over the past ten years, and we are now expanding to address the issue of online harassment through our newest initiative HeartMob. HeartMob is a platform that provides real-time support to individuals experiencing online harassment and empowers bystanders to act. Although still in its pilot phase, HeartMob has successfully raised its seed capital, and received an endorsement from the New York Times. We were also named “Killer Start-Up of the Day,” and we’ve had articles in Fast Company, Washington Post, Cosmo, HuffPo, Refinery29, and PolicyMic.
The HeartMob Program Coordinator position will be intrinsic to the success of this very exciting expansion, and will join our Executive Director, Deputy Director, Program Associate, and soon to be hired Program Assistant in our Brooklyn office.
This role will require an entrepreneurial spirit that combines a strong work ethic, a solutions-driven ethos, a comfort with taking risks, passion for this project, and critical attention to detail. This person must have previous experience bringing projects to scale and strong public communications skills.
The job will include the following:
Hollaback! is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
To apply, please email a PDF resume to [email protected] (as an attachment) and include the cover letter in the body of the email. The cover letter should describe why you feel you are a fit for this position and include salary history for the past five years. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls please.