Project Coordinator, Tools for Tolerance® for Law Enforcement


Museum of Tolerance Los Angeles

The Tools for Tolerance® for Law Enforcement, an award-winning professional development program of the Museum of Tolerance, seeks a full time Project Coordinator to coordinate the planning, development, implementation, follow-up activities for all law enforcement and criminal justice programs. Tools for Tolerance® for Law Enforcement provides training to criminal justice professionals in the areas of cultural diversity, community trust building, ethical decision-making, hate crimes, racial profiling, and leadership. The position reports to the Director, Tool for Tolerance® Law Enforcement. 


  • Coordinate the planning, development, and delivery of all department programs while maintaining the highest level of programmatic quality control
  • Act as a liaison between program and participant groups, presenters, adjunct staff and museum personnel
  • Outreach to criminal justice agencies and organizations for participation
  • Provide support and, if needed, substitution for any and all elements of program delivery
  • Work with Program Manager to establish and maintain an accurate record of all supporting documentation for all programs
  • Coordinate the Master Calendar of programs
  • Work with Program Manager to generate internal grant reports
  • Monitor and track expenses against grant budgets
  • Oversee Accounts Payable including the reconciliation and processing of invoices, expense reports and reimbursement requests
  • Assist in managing all vendors, including establishing relationships, ordering program supplies and ensuring quality control
  • Conduct follow-up activities including evaluations, ongoing communication, promotion of advanced initiatives
  • Assist in guiding Project Assistant to ensure a collaborative and successful program
  • Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned as appropriate by the Director 


  • Degree in Criminal Justice and/or prior work experience with criminal justice professionals preferred
  • Demonstrated administrative skills with strong attention to detail, highly organized and the ability to stay calm under pressure while handling multiple tasks
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills is a must
  • High degree of flexibility, can adapt easily to changing environment and tasks
  • Strong presentation and group facilitation skills
  • Ability to work well independently as well as provide supporting role on team
  • Highly motivated, shows initiative, and has ability to problem solve

Computer literate: proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook (mandatory), advanced knowledge of PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, Google Calendar (preferred)

40 hours/week, Monday-Friday (and some Sunday programs as needed)
Benefits included

Qualified applicants please e-mail cover letter and resume to

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