University of Nebraska Medical Center

Project Coordinator, Latino Center of the Midlands

The Latino Center of the Midlands is seeking a Project Coordinator (full time, but can be flexible if needed).

The Family and Community Well-Being program provides a culturally-sensitive approach to help address well-being in the community.  With four main pillars, the program focuses on: physical health, behavioral health, financial stability, and social integration. The program allows our community the opportunity to access available resources to meet and to take tangible steps towards achieving comprehensive well-being, stability, and self-sufficiency.


The Family and Community Well-Being Project Coordinator reports directly to the FCW Program Director. The Coordinator provides direct assistance to community members seeking general help and guidance at the Latino Center of the Midlands (LCM).  Specifically, the Coordinator will head our Physical and Behavioral well-being projects. The Coordinator fulfills a very important role at the center: mainly that of providing solid and consistent support to community members in need of assistance and coordinating well-being focused projects, workshops and events. Employing creative thinking and providing accurate information and exemplifying courtesy at all times is a requirement of this position.


Coordinating and facilitating the program will require diverse skill sets. Candidates should have working knowledge of community resources and partners; have strong communication and interpersonal skills; be a critical thinker and continuous learner; have effective leadership and coordinating skills; and show compassion and empathy.


See full job description below. If interested, send resume to Viridiana Almanza, Director of Family and Community Well-Being.