The Project Coordinator reports to the Associate Director of Government Relations and Special Projects and is based in downtown Seattle (5th & Union) in our administrative offices but will be remote/hybrid during Covid-19. Currently, the ability to work remotely is necessary. LLTK will provide a laptop and will reasonably accommodate other equipment needs to work remotely. You will need to provide a reliable internet connection and be able to be reached by phone (LLTK provides a $20/month cell phone stipend, paid quarterly). We are planning a return to some in-office workdays for most staff on a voluntary basis this summer. Our hybrid work environment is evolving, and at some point in the future we may create 1-2 “anchor days” where staff are expected to be in the office. When in

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