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New York, USA
Operations and communications coordinator
at Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation

Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation is seeking a programming and communications coordinator to join its team in New York.

This role will provide support to the executive director with administrative tasks and responsibilities related to programs and fundraisers, social media, and more. The programming and communications coordinator will work to support BWAF’s mission and advocate for women in the built environment.


  • assist the executive director in the daily administrative tasks and content production
  • provide support for various programs, including logistics, scheduling and coordination
  • maintain office operations, ensure smooth and efficient workflows
  • liaise with the board of directors, assist in board meeting logistics and communication with board members
  • support various program-related tasks, including logistics, scheduling and coordination
  • collaborate in the planning and execution of exhibitions and partnered events ensuring smooth coordination and successful implementation
  • aid in the coordination and execution of the annual fundraiser, providing necessary support and assistance in its planning
  • assist in the development and execution of communication strategies, including newsletters, social media website and other public relations materials
  • contribute to fundraising efforts across all programs, adapting strategies to fit the unique requirements of each program
  • assist in developing sponsorships, grants, and other funding streams to support the foundation’s initiatives

Qualifications and skills:

  • bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering, related field, or equivalent experience is strongly preferred
  • strong communication and writing skills
  • motivated and proactive
  • highly organized and close attention to detail
  • proficient in Microsoft Office, Google Suite, calendar management, DropBox
  • some experience with grant writing and fundraising is preferred
  • working knowledge of architecture, design, engineering, construction or similar fields, is strongly preferred

About BWAF

The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) is leading a cultural revolution in the building industry that will acknowledge, cultivate, and value women’s contributions and achievements – past, present, and future. BWAF advocates for gender equity in leadership and recognition in the architecture, design, landscape, engineering, technology, real estate and construction industries. BWAF achieves its mission by researching and documenting women’s contributions and achievements in the built realm, educating the public, and transforming industry practices.

BWAF is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. While you may not meet 100% of the qualifications, we encourage you to apply via the button below if you feel your passion and skills align with our needs and mission.

Salary: Undisclosed
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