Program Coordinator
Los Angeles, CA Programs


Organization Overview:

At Liberty Hill Foundation, we are at the forefront of social change, championing social justice and equity by supporting grassroots movements in communities most affected by systemic oppression. Our mission is to transform lives, communities, and policies, building a more equitable future for all. We are a dynamic team of passionate changemakers, committed to supporting community organizing through our programs: grantmaking, training and capacity building, and alliance building.

Our staff represent a dedicated community of people who are committed to social justice and improving the material conditions in which we live. At Liberty Hill, we’re also committed to our organizational values of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI). 

We embrace the differences and characteristics that make us all unique, and we encourage collaboration as an essential element of our mission to reach our north star goal—to achieve justice and equity by building power in communities most impacted by systemic oppression.

Position Overview: 

The Program Coordinator will work collaboratively with key program stakeholders providing administrative support in grantmaking, training, coalition priorities and functions. The Program Coordinator will also support billing, invoicing, and budget management with vendors and government partners. This position also supports both in-person and virtual event and workshop logistics. Finally, this role will be key to developing program materials, communication with partners, and data entry into relevant databases.   

What you will do:  

  • Assist Programs leadership with coordination of priorities and projects, including scheduling, budget management and material development. 
  • Provide general administrative support to the programs department, including coordinating key projects with the Youth Justice, Environmental Justice, and Housing Justice teams. 
  • Support programs through training, public events, such as vendor coordination, check requests, and consultant payment. 
  • Provide coverage and note taking on key meetings, brief staff, virtual office organization, prepare correspondence and mailings, and scheduling. 
  • Help maintain financial tracking systems as well as review and submit invoices. 
  • Coordinate and support event planning and logistics for Program Team events. 
  • Compile training session evaluation results and conduct data entry. 
  • Provide maintenance of outreach lists across Programs teams. 
  • Maintain and organize data storage systems and ensure consistent archiving of information. 
  • Liaise cross departmentally with other departments including finance, and community partners externally.   
  • Support in grant submissions.  


Core Competencies:


People and Self

Collaboration: Builds and maintains relationships across the team and organization; Gets support from others to get work done together; Open to contributions from a diverse range of stakeholders.

Communication: Listens attentively to others to understand their perspectives and needs; Asks questions to get clarity and common understanding; Conveys information clearly and concisely using simple language

Problem Solving

Identifies and defines problems and their impact; Evaluates options. Analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of each; Presents recommendations after evaluating potential solutions



What you will have: 

  • Education: High school diploma, Certificate of completion, or equivalent, with a preference for personal lived/professional experience. 
  • 2+ years’ experience in a key support role preferably in a nonprofit.  
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills. 
  • Ability to speak multiple languages a plus. 
  • Proficiency in Office365 and project management apps (Slack, Asana, etc.) 
  • Commitment to social and racial justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

Physical demands: 

  • Ability to operate a remote workstation and laptop/screen for extended periods. 
  • Ability to travel for in-person co-working, meetings, events and live in Los Angeles County. 

Benefits Highlights: 

  • Comprehensive coverage for employee healthcare, vision, and dental at 100%. 
  • Employer contribution and match for 403b retirement savings. 
  • Stipend to support remote work. 
  • 10 Days of paid vacation time the first year, and 58 hours of sick time. 
  • Generous benefit of 22 paid holidays 
  • 2 dedicated Volunteer Days. 
  • Summer Break is the first week in July, and Winter Break is the last two weeks of December. 

Salary Description
$62,400 - $69,500