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From: The Black Political Empowerment Project(B-PEP) <>

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Organization: Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP)/Coalition Against Violence (CAV)


PositionCommunity Liaison


Salary Range:  $15.00 to $19.00 per hour.


Part Time Consultant Position:  Fifteen (15) to twenty (20) hours per week.


Deadline for Submission of Resume with Cover Letter: July 20, 2015


Send electronically to  or mail to:

The Coalition Against Violence

c/o The Black Political Empowerment Project

Freedom Unlimited

2201 Wylie Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15219


For more information: leave a message at (412) 471-4789 and your call will be returned as soon as possible.


Job Summary:

The Community Liaison position is crucial for the implementation and for the advocacy of the goals of the Coalition Against violence (CAV), an initiative of the Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP), and for the advancement of the strategies that can impact the prevention of violence, as identified in the CAV "Strategies for Change" documents (65% of time). The Community Liaison will also assist in gaining partnerships in the civic engagement work of the Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP) (35% of time) through outreach with current and potential community partners.

Duties include:

  • See to obtain community support for the work of B-PEP/CAV.
  • Build new relationships and partnerships, and continuing collaboration with existing partners.
  • Provide follow-up communications in order to share the vision and scope of the organization to urge partnership in various initiatives, issues, and events.
  • Organize events and forums.
  • Act as a resource for any informational planning, technical assistance, or in any other capacity involving the organization.
  • Prepare any required reports.
  • Prepare new materials, such as power point presentations, press releases and the use of social media that promote the work of B-PEP/CAV and their initiatives. 
  • Provide communication to the public and  to various potential collaborative partners to share the vision and scope of the work of B-PEP/CAV and to urge partnership in various initiatives, issues and events.
  • Engage potential partners who could make commitments to implement strategies that impact personal and community violence; and conduct follow-up on commitments made.
  • Prepare Implementation reports of the work accomplished by community partners to be published periodically that would measure the effectiveness of the work of B-PEP/CAV.
  • Research topics and trends regarding the mission and projects of B-PEP/CAV.
  • Develop and design marketing strategies for promoting existing anti-violence strategic publications and to develop new materials.
  • Seek contributors for future B-PEP/CAV publications.
  • Research funding possibilities for sustainability.
  • Present B-PEP and CAV materials at resource fairs, community events, and other forums
  • Submit monthly, quarterly, and annual reports regarding performance outcomes and technical assistance summaries
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Marketing.
  • Grant writing.
  • Project development, creation and implementation.
  • Ability to communicate well orally and in writing.
  • Public speaking and advocacy.
  • Some reasonable knowledge of community issues, concerns and the mission and work of B-PEP/CAV.
  • Flexibility with hours.
  • Work independently and as a team member.
  • Interact well with supervisors, colleagues, outside agencies and the public.
  • Use Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) and Social Media.


Education & Experience: some level of college education and administrative experience in community organizing preferred.


Act 33/34 Clearances, criminal background check, and reliable transportation.

Reports to: The Chairman & CEO of the Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP)/Co-Convener, Coalition Against Violence (CAV), and in his/her absence to the B-PEP Vice Chair/Co-Convener, Coalition Against Violence (CAV)


Work Location: From home and the Freedom Unlimited, Inc., rear office, 2201 Wylie Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219


Availability: Immediately, upon selection.

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