56 Island Street
Lawrence, MA 01840
Date Posted: June 27, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
Position SummaryReporting to the
Executive Director, the Office Assistant will provide a range of services in
support of daily operations and programs.
This is a part-time position of 20 hours per week, year-round. This is a 3 to 4 days per week schedule,
working Tuesday through Friday during hours in afternoon up to 7 pm. All work will be performed at EAC. Rate of pay
is $15 / hr.
—Routine administrative support including answering telephones, preparing
mailings, copying, scanning, and data entry—Supply ordering and organizing, as well as designing new, more efficient
organizational systems—Welcoming visitors, offering tours of our facilities, assisting students
with course registration—Social media posting—Coordinating volunteers and maintaining a volunteer database—Support a range of live events and meetings—Other duties as assigned
across multiple sectors, with strong verbal, written, and interpersonal skills—Highly organized,
detail-oriented, and able to prioritize competing assignments and deliver
quality results on deadline—Demonstrated ability to
work independently and as part of a team—Takes initiative and is
accountable, and trustworthy, with an ability to adapt to change—Committed to superlative
—Expertise with Mac and
Windows operating systems, Google Suite, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel
(including Excel’s basic accounting functions and mailing list functions)—Customer service—Data entry, especially
using databases for contacts, donors, or registrations—Spanish language ability—Management of social
media accounts for a non-profit or for-profit
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Candidates will be reviewed as applications are received.
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