Greetings, friends and followers:
Community Mediation is sad to announce a period of reduced activity as our Board of Directors presses PAUSE to step back and reassess the current and future context for our work. Our current staff will all be leaving by the end of November, and we will close the office at 3013 Dixwell by the end of the year.
We are glad to announce that we are undertaking a re-visioning process! We will be reaching out soon to engage all of you, and other community partners and stakeholders, in a series of meetings and events. We will imagine together how we can best manifest our vision of inclusive communities whose members collaborate to resolve conflict effectively. Our new mailing address as of 12/1/17:
Community Mediation, Inc.
Whitneyville Cultural Commons
1253 Whitney Ave
Hamden, CT 06517
Community Mediation, Inc. is currently looking for a Part-Time Program Coordinator:
About the Position
Community Mediation is seeking an experienced Program Coordinator. The Organization is in a transition as our historical sources of revenue have been drastically reduced. Our long-term Executive Director has moved on, and we are closing our offices in Hamden. During this period of reduced operations, we are seeking an experienced and self-motivated individual to maintain communication with and among current clients, contract and volunteer mediators, trainers, and facilitators, potential new clients, and our active Board of Directors. The position reports directly to the President of the Board of Directors. It is anticipated that most of the work could be done remotely on a flexible schedule. [Community Mediation will establish a new small office location in greater New Haven with access to meeting rooms and other support functions.]
- Maintain a calendar of ongoing activity and respond to phone calls and emails as needed
- Coordinate schedules of contract and volunteer staff with client needs
- Work with contract bookkeeper to submit bills and remit payment to contractors
- Provide funding reports to donors in a timely manner
- May provide some event coordination support for the Board in fundraising and other events
- Commitment to the mission of Community Mediation
- At least 2 years program management experience
- Excellent communication skills;
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
- Self-motivated leader who can work independently as well as part of a team
- Understands and respects the diversity of people‘s economic, linguistic and cultural backgrounds and situations that may affect in conflict situations.
This is an hourly, part-time position requiring 10-15 hours per week.
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience and level of responsibility.
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
Check out Harry Mazadoorian’s article on CM: http://www.ctlawtribune.com/cs/wrapper/ct/CLT071017/mobile/index.html#p=42
Don’t forget our NVC practice group meets every other Tuesday! If you are interested in attending this group, please contact:
We offer FREE Mediation Services to Veterans!
Are you a veteran who is experiencing conflict with someone? Do you know a veteran who is having a conflict with someone? Supported by the generosity of donors, Community Mediation has trained local veterans to become mediators and set-up a program to offer free mediation services to veterans who are struggling with a conflict using our trained service members as impartial facilitators. Conflicts come in all sizes and shapes and are everywhere. You may be a tenant having conflict with your landlord, or you could be having conflict with a business, a family member, or you could be in conflict with a supervisor, co-worker, neighbor or going through a divorce. Our veteran mediators can help you resolve your conflict through mediation, which is a confidential and self-determined process. Our Intake Coordinator, Jacques Lewis, will be happy to hear from you—call him at (203) 782-3508 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.