School and Community Programming Coordinator

The Victims Impact Panel of Oklahoma, Inc., (VIP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the epidemic of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  Impaired driving crashes take innocent lives and physically injure an alarming number of people daily.  They are the number one killer of our young people.  But unlike other serious epidemics, impaired driving has a cure. The answer is found in those who are forever changed because of someone’s decision to drive under the influence.


Victims Impact Panel of Oklahoma, Inc., believes in aiming at the heart to reach people about the dangers of driving under the influence. This is accomplished by presenting a panel of three speakers who share their personal and very real tragedies, thereby giving a name and a face to the pain and devastation.  


The School and Community Programming Coordinator will provide planning, oversight, coordination, and assessment of Victim Impact Panels school and community programs with a primary focus on the development of a stable and fluid operational structure. 


Essential Job Responsibilities 


Networking and Program Development

  • Utilizing inbound leads from staff and generating other leads, reach out to interested schools to reach the right contact person 
  • Taking and accepting payment 
  • Ensure the alignment and integration of all programming with the Executive Directors’ vision to the fullest extent possible
  • Monitoring the progress of new and existing school programs
  • Coordinate with program sites, speakers, and presenters on program dates, locations, and audio-video needs


Being a Brand Ambassador

  • Networking and building professional relationships with members of educational programs and the community stakeholders
  • Represent the organization in various public forums as needed and participate in advocacy activities to promote the organization
  • Represent VIP at various school conferences, fairs, events, and etcetera



  • Support the research/evaluation of programing by leading and collecting data, timely submission of reports, and responses to other requests for information
  • Maintain an accurate database of site locations and contacts
  • Maintain inventory lists



  • Other tasks as indicated by the Executive Director and/or Director of Operations


Qualifications and Special Requirements 



  • Bachelors degree in education, educational administration, psychology, sociology, or a related field OR equivalent practical experience 


Minimum Qualifications

  • Self-starter with strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to manage multiple ongoing projects, priorities, and deadlines
  • Ability to work as part of a team in a multi-tasking office environment
  • First-class organizational skills
  • The ability to use tact and diplomacy in interactions with all relevant parties
  • A strong ethical code
  • Maintain a positive attitude and be open to feedback
  • Strong oral and written communication skills including, but not limited to generating new content, proofreading, and editing
  • Solicitation skills including experience with pitching to schools and other community organizations 
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Workspace products
  • Working knowledge of major social media platforms


Preferred Qualifications

  • Familiarity with secondary education
  • Prior experience in program development and management 
  • Experience with Airtable and Adobe Creative Products
  • Exemplary business judgment and thought leadership, with excellent influencing skills, at all levels, demonstrated through cross-functional, high ambiguity projects and programs


Special Requirements

  • Ability to work weekends, evening hours, or holidays as necessary
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Access to a personal vehicle, with current insurance, and the ability to travel 
  • Must pass a background check
  • Standing and walking may be required
  • Some lifting, items of 50 lbs. or less, may be required



  • Flexible due to job demands
  • Overall 35-hour workweek; must be available on weekends and evenings as needed



  • Salary based on candidate’s experience and qualifications, but is estimated to start in the lower $30,000 range. VIP offers travel reimbursement


To Apply

  • Send resume with cover letter to
  • Include “Director of School and Community Programing” in the subject line