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Rock The Street Wall Street

Program Logistics Coordinator (Local to Nashville Only)

Rock The Street Wall Street


Job Summary


If you are looking for a nonprofit organization truly moving the needle on the gender and racial wage and wealth gaps across the US, UK, and Canada, keep reading. RTSWS is GROWING and this is your chance to jump on board. 

We are hiring a Program Coordinator to work directly with corporate volunteers, financial professionals, academic professionals, and students in high schools to ensure the successful delivery of our program. This position requires knowledge of logistics. This role requires facilitating the launch and maintenance of our programs in multiple cities across the U.S. Scheduling volunteers, and orchestrating program sessions to meet student/school demand with little to no delay. Coordinate delivery of our resources, including digital, with schools and corporations. Prepare and train school staff and volunteers. Collaboration as a team player is a must to achieve the organization’s goals. 

Who We Are 

Rock The Street, Wall Street (RTSWS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit making a big impact. Our financial and investment literacy program is designed to bring both gender and racial equity to the financial markets and spark the interest of a diverse population of high school girls into careers in the M of STEM – finance. Our programming is offered in 62 high schools in 34 cities across the U.S., U.K., and Canada.

Job Responsibilities

  • The ideal candidate for this role has great communication and interpersonal skills. They’re willing to take everyone’s input to craft a better plan of action. They’re also willing to own up to their mistakes and mediate when tensions may arise. 
  • Assure the quality and effectiveness of the RTSWS programs. 
  • Manage the activities of volunteers and teachers. 
  • Actively develop relationships with volunteer groups, school administrators, and donors. 
  • Manage relationships and communications around our programs. 
  • Conduct volunteer and teacher training. 
  • Identify and build champions in our schools; drive and support financial literacy partnerships; promote adoption of our financial literacy workshops. 
  • Handle escalations of interest in our programs. 
  • Establish scalable tools and processes across markets that monitor performance including quality control and appropriate forecasting of building resources. Work with and communicate progress to internal stakeholders and ensure that projects are scoped properly and handed off seamlessly for deployment. 
  • Manage program goals, scope, schedules, and resources to ensure timelines and goals are aligned across multiple markets. Report quality metrics with informative analysis on a monthly basis. 
  • Handle day-to-day administrative tasks. 
  • Handle volunteer management. 
  • Handle curriculum coordination. 
  • Promptly and clearly respond to urgent requests. 
  • Independently manage and coordinate multiple assigned projects, activities, dates, resources, and dependencies according to priorities and deadlines; set/reset expectations as appropriate 
  • Creatively harnesses technology to streamline activities and effectively deliver responsibilities. 
  • Draft effective communications for internal and external purposes.


Education/Experience Required 

  • Bachelor’s degree required in Logistics, Nonprofit Management, Business, or a related field. 
  • Embrace our mission, and comfortability working with people from financial services and academia. 
  • Prior experience in a fast-paced environment 
  • 3+ years of experience in program coordination or logistics operations required
  • Prior experience working with volunteer groups, educators, and students.
  • Team player 
  • A keen eye for detail 
  • A good decision-maker and problem solver 
  • Adaptable 
  • Strong problem-solving skills; strong presentation and public speaking skills
  • 3-5 years of related community and outreach experience. 
  • 5-7 years of program management/organizational development experience 
  • Experience leading coalitions, field campaigns, or managing volunteer networks.
  • History of local community engagement and leadership positions. 
  • Strong technology skills with all Google Suite applications and familiarity with Salesforce and Zoom conferencing. 

Preferred Qualifications 

  • Experience in scaling processes for new businesses. 
  • Excited about the fast pace and fluid organizational structure of a startup environment. 
  • Salesforce proficient 
  • GSuite proficient

Additional Information


Salary and Benefits: 

  • $47,000 – $50,000/ year 
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance 
  • 401(k) 
  • Paid Time Off 
  • Holiday Pay 

Benefits start after 90 days of employment. 

Location: Franklin, TN (Hybrid in Office Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays) 

Travel: 10%, seasonally 

Effort: 40 hours/week

How to Apply

Only those who include a cover letter stating their interest in working with us at Rock The Street, Wall Street will be considered. Those only local to Nashville will be considered. Send resume with cover letter to Catherine Park with the subject line, “RTSWS Program Coordinator”. 

Email: catherine.p@rockthestreetwallstreet.com 



  • Date Posted: August 18, 2023
  • Type: Full-Time
  • Job Function: Programs and Service Delivery
  • Service Area: Education
  • Start Date: 08/31/2023
  • Salary Range: $47,000 - $50,000
  • Working Hours: 40 hrs/wk M-F