LOCATION: Saint Paul, MN
The Administrative Assistant provides a positive impression as the first point of contact with Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa and assists with bookkeeping for Finance department. This position also provides administrative support to Conservation Corps headquarters staff and maintains office supply inventory and large conference room set-up.
-- Assist Finance department with bookkeeping, timekeeping tracking system management and processing credit card statements
-- Serve as primary contact for external inquiries, staff front desk / reception area and main telephone line
-- Assist with general Finance duties as assigned
-- Assist with planning and/or implementation of department and program-specific events as needed
-- Assist Program staff with onboarding of program participants, including helping to prepare hiring paperwork and assisting with participant entry into payroll system
-- Maintain office supply inventory, manage office equipment and large conference room setup, and make bulk program purchases
-- Manage postage / postage machine and distribute incoming office mail to staff
-- High School Diploma
-- Advanced proficiency with MS Excel and Outlook
-- Detail-oriented, with excellent organization and communication skills
-- Professional demeanor and good interpersonal skills
-- Self-motivated, with proven ability to organize and prioritize work and meet critical deadlines.
-- Positive attitude, enthusiasm and commitment to Conservation Corps mission and values.
-- Bachelor’s Degree or 2-year Associates Degree in Office Administration or related field
-- Previous experience with bookkeeping or other accounting duties
-- Previous experience with nonprofit organizations
-- Familiarity with AmeriCorps and/or environmental conservation work
-- This is a benefits-eligible, 40 hours/week, hourly position.
-- Pay is $15-17/hr, depending upon qualifications.
-- Occasional evening and weekend work is required.
TO APPLY, send resume and cover letter to HR@conservationcorps.org.
DEADLINE: August 16, 2017