Part-time Administrative Coordinator
Statement of Duties
Perform a wide range of administrative, office support and accounting activities to facilitate the efficient operation of the organization.
This is a part time position. It will be 16 hours/week through August with the possibility of continuing with fewer hours through the winter. Compensation will be $14-$15/hour, commensurate with experience.
Primary Responsibilities include: Answering phones, maintaining a schedule of work for as-needed staff Creating invoices, formatting corresponding reports, and e-mailing/mailing those reports taking in plans for review, filing, returning plans after review Bookkeeping, entering receipts, and reconciling accounts.
Other Possible tasks may include: Outreach, updating RCCD social media, maintain RCCD website Managing contact lists and database.
The qualified candidate should have or be pursuing a degree in business, administration, accounting, or finance. The qualified candidate should have computer skills and knowledge of relevant software such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Publisher. Previous experience with Quickbooks is preferred. Knowledge of clerical and administrative procedures and systems such as filing and record keeping is also preferred. The most important qualification is a positive, friendly attitude and the ability to provide good customer service. Must be willing to work as a team.
Key Competencies: Communication skills – written and verbal, planning and organizing, prioritizing, problem assessment and problem solving, information gathering and information monitoring, attention to detail and accuracy, flexibility, adaptability, customer service orientation, and teamwork.
This position requires frequent contact with the public, town administrators and landowners. Other contacts are typically with the local conservation commissions, planners, planning boards, road agents, selectmen, and environmental organizations, as well as other county personnel, state and federal agencies. Contacts occur in person, over the telephone, and through email and writing.
The Administrative Coordinator will be supervised by the District Manager and serve under the Board of Supervisors. The District Manager receives policy direction and specific work objectives from the Board of Supervisors on a monthly basis. The Administrative Coordinator needs to observe and follow federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations, as well as policies of the local Board. Work is reviewed by oral and written reports on an annual basis by the District Manager and Board of Supervisors.
How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter detailing your interest in the position, what qualifications you have and your availability for the summer months, to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 25th, 2019