Job Description Template: Community Outreach Coordinator

How to Use This Template: Expertly craft a post for the open Community Outreach Coordinator position at your organization using this BambooHR job description template as a guide. Simply work with your hiring managers to customize each section to fit your company’s vision for this role.

Community Outreach Coordinator Job Description

Full-Time | Remote/Hybrid/Onsite | Location

$36,000 – $67,000 (Salary estimates from Payscale)

Why [Company]?

Introduce your organization in 3–5 sentences. This is the perfect place to explain what you do and why your company is a great place to work! For example, here's our bio:

Our mission is simple: We want to set people free to do meaningful work. People love our software—and it turns out that people love working here, too. BambooHR has been recognized as a "Best Company to Work For," and we're proud of our team for creating software that makes an impact in the lives of HR pros and employees all over the world.

About Your Role

Give a general overview of what this person will do at your company. For example:

As our community outreach coordinator, you'll help bridge the communication gap and connect our organization with the surrounding community, raising awareness on issues that align with our organization's efforts. You’ll help plan, implement, direct, and coordinate events and activities designed to build a favorable public image for our organization and our clients.

What You'll Do

List specific job responsibilities. For example:

  • Develop strong relationships with the organization and community leaders.
  • Create and propose programs and services that would benefit our organization.
  • Work on and assist in planning and completing all approved events, services, and activities.
  • Ensure programs and activities meet local, regional, and state requirements and regulations.
  • Act as the primary voice for our organization, and handle communications with the media and community.
  • Create, present, and maintain a favorable public image for our client and our organization.

What You'll Need to Get the Job Done

List what a qualified candidate needs to do their job effectively. For example:

  • Bachelor’s degree (BA) in social work or social services, public communications or relations, journalism, marketing, or a related field
  • Interpersonal communication skills
  • Understanding of marketing, fundraising, and sales prospecting fundamentals
  • Planning, scheduling, and project management experience
  • Leadership and conflict-resolution expertise
  • Written communication skills

What Will Make Us Really Love You

List the soft skills or "nice-to-haves" that'll help your candidate be successful. For example:

  • Detail-oriented focus with the ability to multitask
  • Exemplary customer service skills

What You'll Love About Us

Describe your company's benefits, culture, work environment, and anything else that makes your organization stand out. For example:

Our company's mission and values are rooted in integrity and guide everything from how we serve our clients to how we interact as a team. As we've grown, our employees have remained at the heart of our success. To show our appreciation, we offer a generous compensation package that includes the following:

  • Retirement: 401(k) plan with employer matching
  • Healthcare: Medical, dental, vision, and mental wellness coverage
  • Life insurance: Group life insurance
  • Charitable giving: Donation-matching to a charity of your choice
  • Time off: Flexible PTO policy with floating holidays
  • Remote program: Virtual team-building events, internet stipend, and ongoing support
  • Career development: Professional development reimbursement program
  • Family care: Parental leave for all new parents

More About Our Company

Add your equal employment opportunity (EEO) statement, a note about required background checks, and other things a candidate may want to know before applying.

We're committed to providing equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all candidates, without discrimination based on race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Following the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, all new hires must verify their identity and eligibility to work in the United States.

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