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Administrative Advocate Coordinator

Administrative Advocate Coordinator W.O.M.E.N.

 

 

Job Type: Full-time

 

 

Job Categories:

  • Administrative Support

  • Communications/Marketing

  • Counseling

  • Human Resources

  • Public Relations

  • Social Services

 

 

Position Description – Responsibilities and Requirements:

This job description is a broad outline of the responsibilities and duties of the Administrative Coordinator and will be amended as needed to meet program priorities and its work requirements. The Administrative Coordinator should be an experienced polished professional with advanced administrative skills. This description should not be construed a contract.

 

Qualifications: Minimum 4 years administrative and/or advocacy experience Bilingual Spanish Preferred Excellent computer/Microsoft Office skills and office equipment printers etc Ability to work independently and with people of diverse backgrounds Ability to multi-task and complete tasks appropriately Must have and be able to build community relations Legal advocacy experience is a plus Flexible team member Have valid driver’s license, auto insurance and dependable car.

 

 

Key Requirements: The Administrative Advocate Coordinator must have: exceptional administrative skills; advocacy and outreach skills;  perform a variety of administrative duties; serve as information and communication manager; have exceptional letter development/writing skills; have resource development experience; conduct research; have experience with social media postings; assist clients upon program entry; follow directions and give directions clearly; public relations experience; organize meetings; prepare weekly report of activities; disseminate information; event planning and implementation experience; meticulous and accurate in all outgoing correspondence; ability to troubleshoot; be courteous, tactful, discrete in relating to the public; maintain confidentiality of others; have outgoing personality and be respectful of others; coordinate with others inside and outside the organization; completeness and/or procedural compliance; log track and monitor progress of requests, actions, files, documents, programs, etc.; maintain files; attend meetings and take/distribute minutes; screen calls/visitors; manage databases; and perform other departmental related duties. The position will learn web development.

 

 

Qualifications: Experience working in deadline-driven confidential environments; able to meet outcome goals; ability to multi-task; ability to effectively establish maintain supportive staff, families, visitors, volunteers, vendors relations; be willing to flex hours some evenings/weekends; accept other duties as assigned.

 

 

Contact Information and Procedure:

How To Apply To be considered for the position, please email (1. and 2.) items below in two separate PDF documents with your name as the filename to jobs@educatingwomen.org    

(1.) Your substantive cover letter will have the following information: (A) where you found the position listed, (B) your interest in the position and the organization, (C) your salary requirements, (D) how you meet the key responsibilities, experience and skills of the position the date you are available to start, and (E) contact information for three professional references.

(2.) A résumé no longer than 2 pages outlining your educational and professional experience.   Put “Administrative Advocate Coordinator” in the email subject line. Please follow instructions carefully. Your submission will not be considered if all of (1. and 2.) are not included in your email submission   Thank you!

 

Please Note:

NO TELEPHONE CALLS WILL BE ACCEPTED  

Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition is an equal opportunity employer . 

 

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