Project>Login Program Coordinator
The Project>Login Program Coordinator is responsible for collaborating on a
statewide campaign to increase the network of computing and IT professionals in Maine. This
position will be an active part of the team of professionals supporting TechHire Maine, an
initiative supporting non-traditional talent to meet employers’ rapidly growing IT demands.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
• Work with the Project>Login Program Director and Educate Maine staff members, business
leaders, academic institutions, and workforce development partners to support the
mission and programs of Educate Maine.
• Work with TechHire participants to assess job readiness skills and transition them from
training programs to jobs with Maine employers.
• Work with TechHire participants to provide support and guidance on work ready and
• Act as a liaison with TechHire employers to inform both skill needs and hiring practices as
well as support job seekers after hiring.
• Work with a variety of workforce development partners to maintain an effective talent
development and placement system.
• Monitor performance measures as they relate to goals and propose changes to better meet
• Draft/compile and submit grant reports including quarterly progress and final reports for
leadership and funding agencies consistent with all program goals and objectives.
• Assist with marketing (social media, website, paid media).
• Regularly communicate with stakeholders, volunteers, sponsors, and others.
• Assist with public relations and press events.
• Strong project management skills and ability to work independently and as a team.
• Superior organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to prioritize in a fast paced, multi-
• Strong computer, time management, and problem-solving skills.
• Knowledge of fundraising, marketing and/or public relations.
• A positive, results-oriented attitude to achieve program goals.
• Effective skills in interpersonal relations, oral and written communication, and presentation
• Motivated, self-starter with proven ability to work in a team environment.
• Knowledge of and familiarity with workforce development systems, higher education
institutions, K-12 curriculum, business outreach, and the technology sector a plus.
• Education requirements are flexible. Candidates should be able to demonstrate necessary
Normal office walking and sitting. Must possess a valid state driver’s license and a reliable mode of transportation.
The position will report directly to the Project>Login Program Director. The candidate is
expected to work out of the Portland office. The position is exempt. Please send a cover letter,
resume, and contact information for three references to Jason Judd, Project>Login Program
Director at Jason@educatemaine.org by Friday, January 19, 2017.