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Internal Application: Project Coordinator

US Social Impact | Hybrid in New York, NY | Full Time | From $55,000.00 to $65,000.00 per year

Job Description

Sesame Workshop is looking for a Project Coordinator. The U.S. Social Impact Project Coordinator will provide project support for several new and existing initiatives within the department. This person must have excellent time management and organizational skills. They should demonstrate attention to detail and be an enthusiastic team player who demonstrates initiative to take on new projects and solve problems.

Schedule: Full-time, 35 hours/week, Hybrid schedule with at least two in-office days per week

Please note this position is grant-funded with an end date of one year after start.

General Project Support:

  • Support the Project Management team with administrative and initiative-related tasks, such as creating timelines; arranging key partnership meetings or communications, and maintaining project-based information, analytics, and meeting notes in department systems, including SharePoint, AirTable and WorkFront.
  • Assist with the coordination and logistics of research activities, which may include advisory meetings, focus groups, online message boards, and both internal and partner meetings and communications.
  • Support logistical coordination for virtual and in-person partner meetings and presentations.
  • Support identification and ordering of supplies for creating “Comfy-Cozy Nests” and tracking and delivering of USSI resources to partners.
  • Create and revise presentations and documents for projects and other USSI purposes.
  • Manage the Communities email inbox in a timely manner, including facilitating shipments of project-based resources.
  • Manage social impact toolkit/storybook requests form for both general inquiries and partners, including maintaining data of titles and quantities sent.

Research & Data Tracking:

  • Support data collection and analysis on project and partnership metrics, coordinating with partners and creating reports as necessary.
  • Research the latest needs and trends impacting US children and families.
  • Screen inbound partnership requests and research new partner organizations for future collaboration.

Social Media:

  • Assist with the development and maintenance of social media campaigns for Sesame Street in Communities across five social channels, including paid ads and boosted posts.
  • Assist with the creation and maintenance of an editorial calendar for social media posts relating to the promotions, ad buys, and themes for the month.
  • Assist with the creation of partner toolkits and coordinate with partners to cross-promote social media campaigns related to their partnership with SSIC.
  • Support analyzing and collecting data from the various social platforms to help dictate future calendar planning and to support reporting needs.


  • Bachelor's degree/Master's degree or equivalent experience.
  • 1 year of work experience in a comparable position preferred
  • Experience with MS Office Suite, especially in creating PowerPoint multiple media presentations is essential
  • Proficiency with social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and X).
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, handle a diverse workload, and work closely with coworkers
  • Proactive, self-motivated team member with an ability to consider and voice effective problem-solving solutions, especially around administrative efficiencies
  • Strong organizational, communication, and time management skills
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and follow through with long-term assignments.

Department Overview:

At Sesame Workshop we're on a mission to help children grow smarter, stronger, and kinder. The U.S. Social Impact department develops and implements philanthropically funded community engagement initiatives that meet the most pressing needs of our nation’s children and families. We create innovative initiatives and bilingual (English and Spanish), multimedia resources that enrich children’s overall development through early learning basics, health and well-being and building resiliency skills to tackle challenging situations. We partner with national and community organizations to implement these initiatives through individualized action plans that include marketing campaigns, professional development, and community events. Our programs and resources are based on expert advisor recommendations along with on-the-ground research grounded in measurable impact for service providers, families, and their children. You can explore our resources at and

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