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Program Assistant - position filled
  • Status: Full Time – 35 hours/week
  • Salary: $40,000
  • Expected Start Date: ASAP

 

Under the leadership of the Program Director, the Program Assistant oversees the day to day administrative responsibilities of the Health Promotion Programs and site. The Program Assistant is responsible for but not limited to program orders, tracking and payments, logistical support, and resolving administrative issues that move the Health Promotion Programs mission and outcomes.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage administrative tasks for the Health Promotions Programs, including but not limited to program orders
  • Conduct and ensure program expenditures, staff logs are accurate and organized
  • Oversee general facility maintenance and communicate with consultants and agency staff as needed
  • Welcome participants into the space and maintain a well organized waiting area/lounge space
  • Ensure a clean and organized space during drop-in programming, including the outer entrance
  • Act as a resource for participants sharing resources and referrals as necessary
  • Assist in the planning and organizing of staff and DWDC events, such as meetings, fairs, fundraisers, etc.
  • Arrange equipment and services as well as provide event support with some nights and weekends as required
  • Coordinate communication (internally/externally)
  • Participate in staff meetings and record and distribute minutes as appropriate
  • Other projects and tasks as assigned

 

Additional qualifications and experience:

  • Associates/Bachelor Degree in Non Profit Management, Human Services, Social Work, Sociology or related field and/ or 2+ years of experience in program development or related field
  • Strong writing skills; strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, familiarity with AIRS and Adobe In Design, Illustrator, Photoshop or other graphic design program a plus
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English)
  • Ability to work independently and multi task
  • Team player with motivation and enthusiasm for innovative work
  • Approachable attitude
  • Ability to work with diverse communities (sex, gender, ethnic, lingual, political, etc.)
  • Strong organizational skills and demonstrated experience in coordinating event and office logistics
  • Strong commitment and identification with social justice issues and the mission and vision of DWDC
  • Work schedule will require some flexibility and will be determined with Supervisor

 

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